Forget for a moment that he was predicting the End Times, convincing people to give up their worldly possessions and generally being a nutcase who believes he has an equation for predicting when the world will end. Hes basically telling the world that he just halfassed his math, no big, hell get it right next time.
You might wonder if this is misplaced police resources or a product of how much we love our dogs in Boulder County, but it's probably more a question of available information. Boulder police have been pretty tight-lipped about the sexual assault, saying that the only identifying information on the suspects is that they are males.
Last year, the Colorado General Assembly passed a really stupid law that cost a lot of Coloradans money. In a misguided attempt to recoup sales tax lost when people buy goods from online vendors like Amazon.
It was probably the only time we cheered him (OK, maybe when he expanded daylight savings time, too). We were swept up in the rhetoric about evil and defending our great country. We backed the military engagements that followed, in the name of finding Osama bin Laden, public enemy number one.
So who are the Stupidest of the Stupid, the 11 Republican senators who introduced this bill? They are Sens. Kent Lambert, Bill Cadman, Scott Renfroe, Mark Scheffel, Keith and Steve King, Nancy Spence, Kevin Grantham, Ted Harvey, Mike Kopp and Kevin Lundberg.
So, you may recall that an out-of-state conservative group, Western Tradition Partnership (WTP), ran attack campaigns against liberals in the Longmont City Council election in 2009. Well, they also go by the name American Tradition Partnership (ATP). Identical websites and logo.
Still, he made his point, and it's a point well taken. CU officials can crow all they want about this 'discontinuance' being an unfortunate term, about this not being a budget-cutting exercise, about faculty retaining their positions, about dragging the J school into the 21st century.
But what's missing here is a practical way of making use of this information. Here's an idea for some enterprising computer geek: Create a travel app that provides this critical data before you buy your plane tickets.
But in some ways, Wilson seems to be using this tragedy as an excuse to pursue his own agenda as a Hill resident. Charging fees to bars and restaurants that stay open past 11 p.m., to fund additional police officers needed in the area during the wee hours?.