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01 Jul 2020 07:30 #1 by ramage
Conservative Lauren Boebert Unseats Five-Term Republican Scott Tipton breitbart.com 7/1/20

Five-term Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO), who was backed by President Donald Trump, lost his primary to Lauren Boebert, the owner of Shooters Grill in Colorado.

Dave Wasserman, the editor of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report, called the primary for Boebert over Tipton in Colorado’s third district Republican primary.

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01 Jul 2020 07:34 #2 by ramage
thehill.com 7/1/2020

Former NFL player Burgess Owens wins Utah GOP primary
Former NFL player Burgess Owens won the Republican primary in Utah’s 4th District on Tuesday and he will face off against Rep. Ben McAdams (D) in November.

Owens, a frequent Fox News commentator, won with 43.4 percent of the vote with 97 percent of precincts reporting, according to the Associated Press, prevailing over three other Republicans, including state Rep. Kim Coleman (R).

Oh, by the way, Hickenlooper defeated Romanov 60% to 40% (rounding).

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01 Jul 2020 07:36 #3 by ramage
Try this: CNBC.com 7/1/2020

June private payrolls rose 2.37 million and there was a big positive revision for May, ADP says

KEY POINTS
Private payrolls rose by 2.369 million in June, a bit below the 2.5 million estimate from economists surveyed by Dow Jones, according to ADP.
May’s number saw a stunning revision, going from an initially reported loss of 2.76 million to a gain of 3.065 million.
Hospitality industry workers saw the biggest gain, with 961,000 hires, while small businesses overall added 937,000.

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01 Jul 2020 13:14 #4 by FredHayek
Great news about people returning to work, but you have to worry this might be only temporary. Governor Polis just closed bars and nightclubs again. And other states that are seeing surges will also respond by closing some businesses. Some beaches will be closed for the 4th of July.

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01 Jul 2020 15:58 #5 by ramage
Polis, in his statement closing the bars, said that he did not want Colorado becoming a destination spot for citizens of surrounding states. Just imagine the influx of people from WY, Nebraska, Kansas Oklahoma. New Mexico, Arizona (Four Corners), and Utah. The horror!
But it is O.K. if they come to buy marijuana.

So what will happen? One scenario, buy your beer etc., and gather somewhere. Just like a Rave party.
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01 Jul 2020 16:29 #6 by HEARTLESS
OMG, Colorado might become a tourism draw. Shut that down now!

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01 Jul 2020 17:54 #7 by ramage
What is most troublesome to me is that Polis uses a "one size fits all" solution. Because a bar may be violating his edict regarding capacity, the Crossroads Grill, for example, has to close its bar even though
it is in adherence to the edict ( it is not a law).
As I am typing this comment my neighbors, wonderful people are having a cook-out with friends, and are in violation of social distancing edicts.
Denver/Boulder are the tail that wags the rural/mountainous Colorado dog.

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02 Jul 2020 06:31 #8 by Pony Soldier
I know of a pair of physicians here whose daughter, a friend of my daughter, graduated this year. They threw her a party last weekend with over 200 people-no masks, no social distancing. They claim the virus is still here but will run its course regardless of what we do. They also referred me to the death statistics vs new cases. It paints an interesting picture. They claimed this virus has mutated and is much less deadly now. They also made some other interesting claims but wouldn’t have wanted to go on record with them. These aren’t front line physicians, but, rather, a specialist, and a surgeon. I tend to trust their word.

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02 Jul 2020 07:13 #9 by HEARTLESS
Ramage, I always try to stop at Shooters Grill on my way to train at Front Sight. The first time, many years ago, our waitress was non-other than Lauren Boebert. They moved across the street a few years ago, a bit larger, same great food and service.

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02 Jul 2020 08:30 #10 by FredHayek

ramage wrote: Conservative Lauren Boebert Unseats Five-Term Republican Scott Tipton breitbart.com 7/1/20

Five-term Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO), who was backed by President Donald Trump, lost his primary to Lauren Boebert, the owner of Shooters Grill in Colorado.

Dave Wasserman, the editor of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report, called the primary for Boebert over Tipton in Colorado’s third district Republican primary.


Wow! Didn't expect that! Her opponent has over 300K to spend in the general so you will need donors. Maybe Fox News should cover her upset and her restaurant. She is quite newsworthy.

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