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2015/03/05 19:33
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Obama is riding hell-bent for leather toward a nuclear deal with Iran which — if the leaked outlines of it are remotely accurate — will turn the United States into the principal enabler and...
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2015/03/05 19:33
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Being a congress critter is not as cushy a job as many assume. After all, they have to write legislation, organize hearings, write speeches, round up votes and do all sorts of other legislative-y...
2015/03/05 19:33
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3h
The documentary film Old Man is as much a story of a troubled, perhaps marginally dysfunctional family as it is the story of a troubled record store — and, in many ways, a dysfunctional town. The...
2015/03/05 19:33
2015/03/05 19:33
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Jerry Allen wants to sell his home. All he has to do is move it out of Boulder. Allen, 62, and his wife own a manufactured (or mobile) home in the Boulder mobile home park Vista Village. The Allens...
2015/02/26 20:33
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Colorado’s economy is improving and more taxes are being collected. That means the state legislature can start to catch up on spending for vital education and human-service programs which are grossly...
2015/02/26 20:33
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Whenever a corporation issues a statement declaring that it is committed to “treating consumers fairly and with respect,” chances are it’s not. After all, if the outfit was actually doing it, there...
2015/02/26 20:33
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Here’s what we know for sure about the air at Casey Middle School: It smells bad. Since the new, $33 million rebuilt school opened in August 2010 and became home to just under 600 students and about...
2015/02/19 19:48
2015/02/19 19:48
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The people of Chicago are presently grappling with a big question that nearly every urban place faces: Can anyone really govern such a sprawling, brawling city? Reclaim Chicago — an upstart populist...
2015/02/19 19:48
2015/02/19 19:48
14d
Many Boulder residents chafe under the tyranny of Big Oil, which supplies the gasoline, natural gas and asphalt in the Whole Foods parking lot on which their survival depends. But fortunately, there...
2015/02/19 19:48
2015/02/19 19:48
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The artist’s life is one of constant searching. Theirs is a restless journey, one constantly straining to see over the next horizon — and filmmaker Tom Shadyac’s journey has taken some unexpected...
2015/02/12 20:33
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Colorado can become a national policy leader on health care reform just as it has with marijuana, argues T.R. Reid, board chair of the Colorado Foundation for Universal Health Care. The Foundation...
2015/02/12 20:33
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Business schools preach a strict, anti-social doctrine of corporate management that comes down to this: CEOs must be idiots. By that I mean the original Greek word “idiotes,” which applied to people...
2015/02/12 20:33
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On Feb. 26, 2012, supposed “Neighborhood Watchman” George Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin, a 17-year-old black man, as Martin walked home from visiting a convenience store in Sanford, Fla....
2015/02/05 21:33
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Dr. Mitchell Gershten of Paonia had a letter to the editor in the Daily Camera last Saturday certain to have set atwitter the heart of every oil company hater in Boulder County. The letter, which...
2015/02/05 21:33
2015/02/05 21:33
28d
It’s always interesting to see Congress in action — though “interesting” can also be appalling. For example, what a sight it is to watch Republican leaders as they gleefully try to repeal Obamacare —...
2015/01/29 20:33
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The killings at the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo have provoked much discussion about the freedom of expression. Ed Wasserman, the dean of University of California Berkeley’s Graduate School...
2015/01/29 20:33
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My father was an early member of a group now known disparagingly as “ultra-lawn people.” “High,” as everyone called him, was dedicated, body and soul, to the Sisyphean task of trying to maintain a...
2015/01/29 20:33
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Matt Moseley is sitting in his office, a cool structure at the back of his home that at one time might have been a tiny carriage house or garage, but has since evolved into a funky shack full of...
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I was speaking to a classroom full of journalism students a few years back when one of them asked, “How do you decide whom to interview?” At first, I just thought this question was another example of...
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As we pass another milestone in the Boulder Weekly journey — this one with a big 21 prominently displayed — I have a confession to make about this newspaper that has never been shared with our...
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