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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Jon Caldara
Jon Caldara has never actually lived in Colorado Springs — he's a longtime Boulder resident — but Saturday he cast a ballot in the recall election of state Sen. John Morse, who represents a district in Colorado Springs.
Next week's historic Colorado recall election is being viewed as a key litmus test of the nation's appetite for gun control laws, but it's also the test run for the state's hotly contested elections law.
Coming soon to the University of Colorado at Boulder, what many had assumed was an extinct or at least endangered species: the conservative professor.
After taking a beating at the hands of Missouri voters in August, "Obamacare" could be roughed up once again at the ballot box in November.
For the record, Mr. Caldara, who heads the Independence Institute in Denver, said he didn't actually mark his ballot.
"Let's just assume I committed voter fraud," he said. "The ballot is already cast."