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Thursday, December 23,2010
Mr. Danish then offers a pseudorationale for unfettered secrecy, providing cover for those who have little interest in peace or respect for international law.
Thursday, December 16,2010
As a measure of virtues, Danish uses Kiplings stirring, patriarchal (and, for the record, imperial) poem If. I have to admit, Ive always had a soft spot for If and for most hero scripts, but Ive never considered Sarah Palin a potential hero, especially one who embodies the old-fashioned integrity Kipling conjures in If.
Thursday, December 9,2010
To me however, the most important issue here isnt the rising tide of cheeky American mediocrity perfectly personified by Palin.
Thursday, December 2,2010
(Re: The truth about genitals, Sophisticated Sex, Nov. 18.) Regarding Dr. Jenni Skylers response to Concerned Mom-To-Bes questions about circumcision, it is great that the Boulder Weekly is addressing this issue, and brava to the mom who wrote in for educating herself.
Wednesday, November 24,2010
(Re: Politics, like rust, never sleeps, Danish Plan, Nov. 4.) I saw your article on Palin through a friends blog. I wanted to write and say I think you are 100 percent correct. Palin 08 and Palin now are totally different people. She is working out the kinks to make sure she wont have the same gotcha media moments she had with McCain.
Thursday, November 18,2010
I am concerned about the WILD series of sermons that Flamingo Road Church in Cooper City, Fla., is presenting. I was shocked to see that, with a full congregation in attendance, an adult, 500-pound caged male lion was wheeled onto the pulpit. This lion was pacing back and forth during the entire service, which caused the cage to move and rock.
Thursday, November 11,2010
The problem is plurality voting, which is a fancy term for one person, one vote; most votes wins. Yes, everybody from your eighth-grade civics teacher to Schoolhouse Rock taught you that this is democracy, and we fought the British for exactly this right.
Thursday, November 4,2010
Its a reality weve more or less become used to over the past 60 or so years, but we are not immune to the corrosive effect this has upon civil discourse. Journalism has become a joke in the eyes of many who would assume our attention spans are too short and our ignorance too smug.
Thursday, October 28,2010
There are many reasons Boulder County citizens should support open space by voting yes on 1B. One big reason is to support our local economy. Make no mistake about it investing in open space is key to our local business climate. It is a big part of the reason that Boulder County has been so successful in attracting employers.
Thursday, October 21,2010
(Re: Ruffled feathers, News, Oct. 14.) What a great article. But I have to say Im with Chris Dailey on this matter. Why is the city of Boulder interjecting itself where it should be the silent partner? Think about it.