The Short, Unhappy Existence Of A Libertarian Paradise

Colorado Springs remains fiscally conservative; on this score there’s more agreement than not between elected officials and their constituents.
“This town is so easily scammed,” says John Hazlehurst, himself a former councilmember and now a columnist with the Colorado Springs Business Journal.
Juran wanted to stay put, but he wondered whether he would have trouble attracting young software engineers to Colorado Springs.
Not only did he win, but he arrived in office with powers no mayor of Colorado Springs had ever wielded.
But most of all, what the leaders of Colorado Springs seem most thankful for is that one man’s turmoil begat another man’s harmony.

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