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Dave Perry: Preoccupations

Editor of the Aurora Sentinel


Ginger enjoys a spot on a couch Nov. 10 at DMK Rehoming. The shelter DMK is not able to take in all of the pit bulls relinquished by owners who live in city limits. In November, Aurora voters upheld the city’s nearly decade-long pit bull ban by a 2-to-1 margin. (Marla R. Keown/Aurora Sentinel)

The whole thing is a lot like gun control, realizing that all guns can be dangerous in the wrong hands. But unlike that issue, this is akin to understanding that guns that inexplicably and unpredictably just start going off in the hands of even responsible owners are a real problem in a crowded city

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All over the world, refugees head for the border when things get bad enough. And when bus loads of college kids get murdered at the hands of the government, and nobody seems to be outraged enough to do something about it, things have gotten bad enough.

September 26, 2013

In case you were wondering, here’s what the next two years look like in Washington if the GOP regains control of the Senate, so says Texas Senator Ted Cruz, champing at the bit to give Democrat Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid the boot: 1.Jobs for everyone! We’re all going to work for Exxon et al, […]

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, left, reaches out to greet baristas as U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., looks on during a campaign stop for Udall in a coffee shop in the newly-renovated Union Station in Denver on Monday, Oct. 13, 2014. Clinton appeared at an event to raise money for Udall's current re-election campaign and then headed to Las Vegas for another appearance on Monday night. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Hillary Clinton is coming to Aurora Tuesday to stump for Sen. Mark Udall and Andrew Romanoff, Democratic candidate for Aurora’s 6th Congressional District. Yeah, that’s just our vibe these days, much to the chagrin of a lot of the rest of the state, i.e. our step-sister-city to the west, Her Mile Highness

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