Monthly Archives: April 2011

Steamboat Today: Gallery photo

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Is Kale Pick the next Kerry Meier?

Advertisement Kansas University junior Kale Pick is getting pretty used to being compared to other people. Photo Gallery Kansas Football Practice 4-18 Images from the KU football team’s practice on April 18, 2011. KU receivers coach David Beaty instructs his … Continue reading

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Grand Lake Appraiser

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Some people just don’t get it … or won’t

By Neal Boortz You can click here to read my regular Saturday column in the Atlanta-Journal Constitution. Once again I was making the point that, no matter how satisfying it might be to someone’s sense of wealth envy, raising taxes … Continue reading

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Are the Rich Really Getting Richer?

By Neal Boortz If you find yourself in the company of people who like to pull that “the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer” line all the time, you might want to read this article. Really … Continue reading

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Trump and the Birthers

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Forward Braeden Anderson commits to Kansas

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New Hampshire Tax Haven

View Larger  Seal of New Hampshire By Neal Boortz It’s no secret … Americans, particularly the wealth … are flocking to states with lower taxes, less government spending and right to work laws.  New Hampshire is one of those states … Continue reading

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Steamboat Today: Closing weekend activities at Steamboat Ski Area get started today

Print Comment E-mail to a friend Facebook Digg Delicious More sharing options Copy and paste the link: Blog about this Blog about this page on your steamboatpilot.com blog. Advertisement Springalicious schedule ■ Friday 10 to 4 p.m. Red Bull Buttercup … Continue reading

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A Victory for School Choice

A small victory for vouchers and school choice. The Supreme Court ruled yesterday on a case in Arizona. Basically, Arizona allows residents to send up to $500 to a scholarship fund that they would have otherwise paid in income taxes. … Continue reading

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