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2014/07/24 22:33
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If there is one thing Hamas is really good at, it’s digging tunnels. Hamas, and like-minded militant factions like Islamic Jihad, have dug more than a thousand tunnels under the Gaza-Egyptian border....
2014/07/24 22:33
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2014/07/24 22:33
2014/07/24 22:33
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Excellent news, people. Let me put it to you as a number: 8.7 million. That’s how many new jobs the American economy has generated since the “Great Recession” officially ended in 2009 — and it also...
2014/07/23 17:33
2014/07/23 17:33
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Portland stoner-metal act, Red Fang, who was the subject of a recent Boulder Weekly music feature called "The jokers of spades," released a new EP to Bandcamp today. And in a double-twist of...
2014/07/17 23:33
2014/07/17 23:33
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Editor’s Note: Long-time Boulder Weekly columnist Paul Danish has made numerous trips to Israel during times of conflict. So we asked him for his opinion of what is happening in the region at this...
2014/07/17 23:33
2014/07/17 23:33
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Kids safer in home countries You write, “These are real kids with real names and real families and real hopes and dreams and fears who are literally dying for a chance at a better life in this...
2014/07/17 23:33
2014/07/17 23:33
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I don’t think so, but Cargill Inc. is doing its damndest to get away with its version of the old admonition that eating your cake today means not having it tomorrow. Cargill, the $2.3 billion-a-year...
2014/07/17 23:33
2014/07/17 23:33
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A recent Pew survey states that 50 percent of conservative voters and 35 percent of progressives say that it’s important to live where most people share their political views. In Colorado, this...
2014/07/10 18:34
2014/07/10 18:34
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Editor’s note: In this week’s editorial pages, columnist Paul Danish and BW editor Joel Dyer tackle the same subject: children illegally crossing the U.S./ Mexican border. As you may have guessed,...
2014/07/10 18:34
2014/07/10 18:34
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I’m trying not to use the word ‘magical’,” Liz Marsh warned me as we sat down to discuss the upcoming season of the Boulder Outdoor Cinema (BOC), which opens on Saturday, July 12. Marsh, along with...
2014/07/03 19:33
2014/07/03 19:33
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The Koch boys live in their own special world, enshrouded in a rarefied atmosphere created by the fumes emanating from their family’s enormous stockpiles of wealth. Thus, Charles and David have...
2014/07/03 19:33
2014/07/03 19:33
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A comedy show that pretends to be a quiz, or a quiz that pretends to be a comedy show — depending on how funny you find it — is how host Peter Sagal describes his National Public Radio show, “Wait...
2014/07/03 19:33
2014/07/03 19:33
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In March 2003, the United States military, accompanied by a coalition of international forces, invaded Iraq. In December 2011, after nearly 9 years of occupation and continuous fighting against first...
2014/07/03 19:33
2014/07/03 19:33
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In America today, only 11.8 percent of workers are union members. When the labor movement was more powerful, union workers generally had a 20 percent wage advantage and many nonunion firms tended to...
2014/06/26 19:33
2014/06/26 19:33
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Though downtown Boulder has its share of classy joints, when discerning Boulderites are looking for somewhere to wear their dress North Face jacket, or that little black dress that perfectly matches...
2014/06/26 19:33
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Here’s an inconvenient little truth that keeps getting lost in the shuffle when local activists start hyper-ventillating about fracking: If you want to ban fracking, you may end up paying through the...
2014/06/26 19:33
2014/06/26 19:33
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Amazing! Some people who’ve long enjoyed a lifestyle of oldmoney elegance, are suddenly trying to downscale their lives and show a bit more of the common touch. They’re not corporate chieftains, but...
2014/07/24 22:33
2014/07/24 22:33
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