Top Articles from Letters
Thursday, January 31,2013
I am not a resident of Boulder so cannot speak to the legacy of city control, but have aligned in outrage with the conscientious and right-minded citizens of Boulder and formed some impressions concerning the elk murder.
Thursday, January 24,2013
The story entitled “The Chair and the Camera” (cover story, Jan. 17) brought to me a sense of deja vu after reading Boulder County Jail spokesperson Jeff Goetz’s defense of injuring and brutalizing citizens in his care.
Thursday, January 17,2013
While I agreed with much of Andrew O’Connor’s “Danish is wrong on guns” (guest commentary, Jan. 10), I wonder if he doesn’t do as much harm as good by accepting the NRA-backed assumption that a ban on semi-automatic weapons clearly violates the Second Amendment and thus that banning that weapon would mean overturning the Second Amendment.
Thursday, January 10,2013
The People of the Year award brought tears to my eyes, because this was truly a community effort, led by, but transcending, those mentioned in the article.
Thursday, January 3,2013
I represent Ms. Ashley Weber, the subject of Ms. Elizabeth Miller’s thoughtful article in the Boulder Weekly (“Between two laws,” Dec. 13). I was so affected by Ashley’s situation that I sought to represent her.
Thursday, December 27,2012
While making fun of Joel Dyer’s piece on fracking (“Can you hear us now?” DyerTimes, Dec. 6), Charlie Danaher offered zero data to refute Dyer’s predictions or rhetoric.
Thursday, December 20,2012
A letter to the Boulder County commissioners: As a concerned citizen keeping close to the issue of fracking, I can tell you that if you think the public outcry has been bad thus far, it’s been nothing compared to what it will become if you give in to the oil and gas industry.
Thursday, December 13,2012
I was a part of the action at the Dec. 4 Boulder County commissioners meeting. Those of us who initiated the action did so because of the urgency and attention the issue of fracking in Boulder County needs.
Thursday, December 6,2012
Balancing the budget comes under fire from the “have your cake and eat it” crowd on both the left and the right. Spending at a rate that far exceeds the amount of taxes collected can only work for so long. Sooner or later, the bills must be paid.
Thursday, November 29,2012
Dave Anderson’s commentary on the so-called “fiscal cliff” injects sanity into the debate.