Posted on December 31st, 2008 in blogging, clean government, Climate Hysteria, Colorado Politics, Commemorative, Cultural Conservatism, Education, Fiscal Policy, General, Labor, My Life, National Politics | Written by Ben | No Comments »
It’s the last day of 2008, and time for a quick month-by-month retrospective. The following are posts I’ve selected as the best posts for each month:
- January: Why did Ritter Leave Worker Protections Out of His Order?
- February: Getting the Whole Story Behind Ritter’s Climate Action Plan
- March: High-Ranking Democrat: Property Tax Hike Not Just for Schools
- April: What Was All That Money Doing in Ritter’s Inaugural in the First Place?
- May: Colorado Dems Fail to Lead or Take Responsibility, Irony Lost on Dead Guvs
- June: Bill Ritter, Tax Increases, Unions, and the Colorado Supreme Court
- July: Majority of Coloradans Don’t Think Bill Ritter is Doing a Terrible Job
- August: It’s Official: Colorado Government 100% Unionized, Thanks to Bill Ritter
- September: Romanoff & Kennedy: Saving TABOR’s Heart by Driving a Stake Through It
- October: Conservative Lesson from CoDA: Time to Latch on to Transparency Issue
- November: Amendments 47, 49, & 54 as Good as Grandma’s Freshly-Baked Cookies
- December: Democrat Cary Kennedy: Protecting Coloradans from Open Government
Notice any themes developing? I didn’t think so. Anyway, I hope my handful of faithful readers enjoyed that brief walk down memory lane. On to 2009….
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