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Thursday, April 17,2014

Why the latest climate report will be ignored

By Paul Danish
Nuclear power is a mature technology. It does not require further development (although further development will make it more efficient, economical and safer). Unlike wind and solar, it can supply base-load electricity at a competitive price. Until wind and solar can supply base-load electricity, they are not adequate replacements for fossil fuels.
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Thursday, April 3,2014

Marijuana along the Rio Grande

By Paul Danish
The Arizona Republic printed a terrific story last Sunday on the on-going war on marijuana smuggling being waged along the Rio Grande River in Texas.
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Thursday, March 20,2014

The green whine over U.S. gas exports

By Paul Danish
Coming from environmental organizations, the solicitous concern about the American consumers being socked with higher gas prices resulting from American natural gas exports is touching and about as surprising as Jack the Ripper coming out against vivisection.
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Thursday, March 6,2014

Obama, Putin and pigeon chess

By Paul Danish
So far, the response of the administration and its main European allies to Russia’s seizure of the Crimea and massing of troops on the Ukrainian border has been ludicrously flaccid.
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Thursday, February 20,2014

How to increase Colorado’s water supply

By Paul Danish
The best way to increase Colorado´s water supply is by increasing California´s. Really.
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Thursday, February 6,2014

A modest proposal to begin updating our national symbols

Start by replacing the eagle with the rat.

By Paul Danish
The time has come to replace the tired old bald eagle on the great seal of the United States and in other patriotic venues with a critter more in keeping with the lifestyle, values and morals of 21st-century America: The rat.
Thursday, January 30,2014

Boulder: The shape of things to come

What will be the biggest changes in Boulder 20 years from now, and how will Boulder Weekly be covering them?

By Paul Danish
The biggest and most noticeable change in Boulder in 2034 will be that most of the cars and trucks on the streets will drive themselves.
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Thursday, January 23,2014

America needs more secret meetings

Public meetings hamper compromise

By Paul Danish
The reason nothing gets done in Washington anymore is not, as commonly supposed, due to the lack of civility in the national political conversation. Meaningful political compromises can only be negotiated in secret, and the bigger the compromise, the more secret the negotiations have to be.
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Thursday, January 9,2014

Pot legalization day in Colorado more orderly than Black Friday

No reports of disturbances, no arrests, fist fights or tramplings

By Paul Danish
The early lines were not particularly long (dozens, not hundreds, by most accounts) and were laid-back, good-tempered and orderly — which is more than can be said for the crowds at a lot of New Year’s parties.
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Thursday, December 26,2013

Total elapsed time: 80 seconds

Good guy with gun stops bad guy with gun

By Paul Danish
The Arapahoe High attack occurred one day before the first anniversary of the Sandy Hook massacre. Its outcome showed that NRA President Wayne LaPierre was right
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