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Mile High Report's Emmet Smith sees Eddie Royal's sunny side, despite his sophomore slump. For one thing, he'll probably be around next year, unlike a guy who spells his name Brandon Marshall.

The Colorado Independent's John Tomasic notes that Operation Rescue is reportedly looking for people willing to drive "truth trucks" -- vehicles plastered with photos of aborted fetuses. What kind of mileage do they get?

The folks at Colorado Pols think Jane Norton's tea party rhetoric on MSNBC fell flat. Maybe she was drinking Kool-Aid instead.

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