Get More Smarter with Colorado Pols

Get More Smarter

Together, we can Get More Smarter.

As part of our neverending quest to keep you entertained and informed about Colorado politics, we're happy to introduce a new feature to Colorado Pols today. We're calling it Get More Smarter.

This new feature is something you've no doubt seen before, but it's new to Colorado Pols, so we get to pretend it's totally fresh and clever. It has it's own name, after all, and we even spent 3 minutes creating a Get More Smarter logo.

"Get More Smarter" is a daily update of important stories, links, pictures, videos, and ICYMI content to help keep you at the top of your political news game. We'll include some of our own commentary along with that classic sardonic wit that you've grown to love (or at least tolerate) from Colorado Pols, though we'll intentionally keep the word count low to make it easier to peruse quickly. Or quickly peruse. Whichever.

The point here is to make sure that Colorado Pols readers are regularly informed about the political stories that everyone is talking about, or will be talking about, or should be talking about (or should have been talking about). We'll provide it all in a quick-hit format that is so much more than just a link dump.

So clear out some space inside your melon, and get ready to Get More Smarter. Tomorrow.

14 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. divad says:

    I feel smarter already.

  2. Moderatus says:

    Got "more smarter" with Big Line math? That sounds about right.

    Udall by a landslide! I feel more smarter already.

  3. Gilpin Guy says:

    I hope this isn't one of those gimmicks like New Coke.  The current uneditable editor is a joke but the articles and acid/sardonic back and forth repartee are going to be hard to top.

  4. Duke Cox says:

    wouldn't it be smarter to know how much smarter is appropriate for your age and socio-economic background before taking on any more smarter? I fear too much smarter might not be smart…. 

  5. The realist says:

    The accompanying photo should have been Rick Perry with his "smart" eyeglasses.

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