Posted on September 10th, 2009 in Colorado Politics, Fiscal Policy, General, Journalism, liberty, PPC, property rights | Written by Ben | 5 Comments »
Last week I pointed out that financial concerns might end up pushing the Colorado Springs Gazette to abandon its longstanding position as a beacon of limited government, personal liberty, and fiscal sanity. Well, buckle up, because it’s started happening really quickly.
Witness today’s Gazette editorial co-signed by publisher Steven Pope and John Weiss, publisher of the Lefty Colorado Springs Independent, pulling out the big scare to support a tax hike on the city’s ballot.
If the Gazette losing its independent, libertarian voice concerns you in the least, now is the time to speak up.
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