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Toon in Wednesday

Toon in Wednesday

Prop 68: No dice, Colorado

Prop 68: No dice, Colorado

Colorado doesn’t need just a closer place to milk gamblers too unmotivated to get to the state’s sad, high-country gambling factories. It needs a plan. Vote “no” on 68 and wait for a complete proposal

No on Amendment 67: Don’t be fooled by end run on medical rights and privacy

No on Amendment 67: Don’t be fooled by end run on medical rights and privacy

Make no mistake, this measure has nothing to do with protecting the rights or health of women, and this has everything to do with usurping the medical privacy guarantees for women created by the U.S. Supreme Court

Toon in Tuesday

Toon in Tuesday

No on Proposition 2D: Putting an end to Aurora’s dangerous pit bull charade

No on Proposition 2D: Putting an end to Aurora’s dangerous pit bull charade

Of the 38 people who were killed in the United States by dogs last year, two-thirds of those deaths involved pit bulls, which make up about 4 percent of the U.S. dog population. Get it?

MORGAN CARROLL: Cory Gardner’s fake birth control ploy

MORGAN CARROLL: Cory Gardner’s fake birth control ploy

Gardner knows that if voters find out the truth about his long history of voting to undermine Colorado women and families, he has no chance of winning in November

Toon in Monday

Toon in Monday

REAGAN: Homeland the Beautiful

REAGAN: Homeland the Beautiful

“‘Homeland’ isn’t really an American word, it’s not something we used to say or say now. It has a vaguely Teutonic ring — Ve must help ze Fuehrer protect ze Homeland! — and Republicans must always be on guard against sounding Teutonic.”

Toon in Friday

Toon in Friday

EDITORIAL: The road to an Aurora casino is paved with misinformation

EDITORIAL: The road to an Aurora casino is paved with misinformation

There are many good reasons to allow the construction of a casino at Arapahoe Park race track, and there are many serious detriments. But it seems that a conversation between potential casino owners and local government officials over future road improvements would take that issue off the table, or truly make it a centerpiece for the opposition