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2014/10/23 19:33
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It’s bad enough that the goliaths of Big Beer are consuming each other in a new round of mega-mergers, meaning fewer choices and higher prices for consumers — but the really bad news is that they’re...
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2014/10/23 19:33
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What’s up with these punks?” — Fox News host Gretchen Carlson asking about protesting Jeffco students In a depressing political year, it’s invigorating to see many hundreds of high school students in...
2014/10/23 19:33
2014/10/23 19:33
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As Boulder County's only independently owned newspaper, Boulder Weekly is dedicated to illuminating truth, advancing justice and protecting the First Amendment through ethical, no-holds-barred...
2014/10/16 21:33
2014/10/16 21:33
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Fracking piece further evidence in the case for a ban Thank you for your courageous reporting on the political barriers to banning extreme oil and gas extraction like fracking in Colorado. Joel...
2014/10/16 21:33
2014/10/16 21:33
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Sounds gruesomely lethal, doesn’t it? Luckily, this is not a human disease, nor has it struck America — but it affects us anyway. EMS is a new bacterial outbreak that’s been devastating Thailand’s...
2014/10/16 21:33
2014/10/16 21:33
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Our reliance upon fossil fuels has allowed human impact to overshoot the long-term carrying capacity of our environment. Recent studies by NASA and MIT show we are rapidly approaching a perfect storm...
2014/10/10 20:33
2014/10/10 20:33
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Amendment 67, which proposes to apply definitions of “person” and “child” in Colorado’s criminal code and wrongful death act to include unborn humans, is a solution in search of a problem. For one,...
2014/10/10 20:33
2014/10/10 20:33
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Sorry, Boulder Weekly, but this is a wreckless recommendation for Colorado. That's because if Hickenlooper doesn't make it back into his seat, then the state is stuck with Beuaprez. Any statement made...
2014/10/09 20:33
2014/10/09 20:33
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Tenacity can be a virtue. But the persistent push by giant food conglomerates to deceive us consumers has turned their tenacity into raw mendacity. Brand-name food peddlers are spending hundreds of...
2014/10/09 20:33
2014/10/09 20:33
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United States Senator Mark Udall has done a lot of things right in the six years since he was elected to the U.S. Senate. He crafted the “Not My Boss’s Business Act” in response to the Supreme Court...
2014/10/09 20:33
2014/10/09 20:33
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Can democracy just consist of voting at the ballot box when we spend much of our time living under a dictatorship at the workplace? Increasingly, Americans are saying no. Under the radar, many are...
2014/10/09 20:33
2014/10/09 20:33
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It’s that time again … time to exercise our greatest privilege and responsibility as citizens by voting. As has become the norm, we have Democratic, Republican, Independent, Green Party and...
2014/10/09 20:33
2014/10/09 20:33
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At first glance, determining who to blame for the fact that Colorado voters will not get their chance to decide for themselves who controls oil and gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing in their...
2014/10/03 16:33
2014/10/03 16:33
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In “Dissecting the political party landscape” [Commentary, Sept. 25] Dave Anderson cites Carl Davidson’s political analysis that there are really six parties — two factions in the Republican Party and...
2014/10/02 20:33
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Question: Is making higher education available to every American more important to our national interest than letting Wall Street profiteers make a few more billions-of-dollars each year? Answer: Of...
2014/10/02 20:33
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The universe is full of mysteries — such as why anyone would eat at Chick-fil-A in the first place. The fried chicken chunks chain found itself in the spotlight for its owner Dan Cathy’s anti-gay...
2014/10/02 20:33
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Think globally and act locally? Some do it better than others. Starting in 1973, after a 400 percent spike in gasoline prices in the wake of the Yom Kippur War, U.S. politicians started calling for...
2014/10/02 20:33
2014/10/02 20:33
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At first glance, determining who to blame for the fact that Colorado voters will not get their chance to decide for themselves who controls oil and gas drilling and hydraulic fracturing in their...
2014/10/02 20:33
2014/10/02 20:33
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Toward the end of her standing ovation-receiving speech on Sept. 29, Sara Brito, executive director for Chef ’s United, indulged a moment of levity. “Every revolution has a t-shirt,” she said. “We...
2014/10/01 16:33
2014/10/01 16:33
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Boulder City Council members Macon Cowles and Lisa Morzel deserve praise for speaking out against the provision in a proposed public nudity ordinance that would have criminalized toplessness for women...
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