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QUIDNUNC: There's old Beauz like a knew Beauz

QUIDNUNC: There’s old Beauz like a knew Beauz

Maybe Bob would fare better running for governor in Texas or Oklahoma where that message makes sense

PERRY: The end of diplomacy — Close Colorado roads to out-of-staters, we’re full

PERRY: The end of diplomacy — Close Colorado roads to out-of-staters, we’re full

We have no choice but to close the state borders. Until we close public schools so we can spend all the money on asphalt and ski trains, or raise gasoline taxes or tolls, we’re going to have to start turning people away. Sorry.

STAMPER BROWN: Defense Cuts Reveal Out-of-Whack Priorities

STAMPER BROWN: Defense Cuts Reveal Out-of-Whack Priorities

Obama's ineffectual "yes man" Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's recent announcement that defense spending will be scaled back to pre-WWII levels shows the Obama administration has little interest in executing the federal government's primary constitutionally mandated role to keep us safe

JENSEN: Confronting the left on Obamacare premiums

JENSEN: Confronting the left on Obamacare premiums

Lberal Lenny caught me coming out of a real restaurant in Delaware, not one of Joe Biden’s imagination, shouting, “Hey! How ya like my man Harry Reid takin’ out them Koch brothers on the senate floor?” “I thought that was …

REAGAN: It's the Desert, Stupid

REAGAN: It’s the Desert, Stupid

Now we've got 37 million Californians and a government that's more interested in tearing down dams, diverting river water to save endangered fish and building $68 billion bullet trains than investing in our future water needs

HUNTER and HOLEN: Living on food stamps not exactly a SNAP

HUNTER and HOLEN: Living on food stamps not exactly a SNAP

Lesson one – shopping on a limited budget takes time and creativity. Experience in the kitchen does have its advantages when creating sustainable, healthy, tasty meals. Arapahoe County offers healthy cooking classes to anyone on SNAP

PERRY: If you could read, Aurora, these folks think you might weep about how sad your lives are

PERRY: If you could read, Aurora, these folks think you might weep about how sad your lives are

So it was Aurora’s turn to make the list, being grouped in with other sullied, vapid communities like Anaheim, Calif.; San Antonio, Texas and Mesa, Ariz., clearly iconic bastions of stupidity you never knew about because you can’t read

JENSEN: Washington Looking More and More Like Hollywood

JENSEN: Washington Looking More and More Like Hollywood

We expect a few relatively inexpensive tubs of lard in the pork barrel like a $98,000 outhouse on a deserted Alaskan trail, a million dollar heated bus stop in Arlington, Virginia that fails to keep people warm, ten grand for "utility pole performance art," $335,000 for a study that shows couples are happier after an argument when the woman calms down (duh), and a million dollars for a stack of flat rocks called "art" at an embassy.

DUPUY: Don't Like Food Stamps? Raise the Minimum Wage

DUPUY: Don’t Like Food Stamps? Raise the Minimum Wage

There are 46.2 million impoverished citizens in this country. That's more than the populations of Tunisia, Greece, Portugal, Switzerland and Ireland combined. Of these 46.2 million, about 10.4 million are the working poor. The others are largely elderly, disabled or children

REAGAN: The Bill & Hillary Blame Game is For Losers

REAGAN: The Bill & Hillary Blame Game is For Losers

Reminding everyone Clinton was a professional sex hound, Sen. Paul said he didn't think it'd be a good idea to elect Hillary president because her unseemly hubby would have the run of the Oval Office again. What was Sen. Paul thinking — or not thinking?