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The people’s park

It’s 7 a.m. on a summer Saturday...

Dems shouldn’t smirk over Santorum

In 1981, when I was a high school junior, a law was passed in the United States that made it illegal for lenders to discriminate according to sex or marital status. The law — called the Equal Credit Opportunity Act — grew out of the fact that women found themselves ...

Foreskin follies

Last year, when I wrote a column supporting an end to routine circumcision of male newborns, I got a letter from a reader who blasted me for being hypocritical. How can you support freedom of choice for women, the reader asked, and not support freedom of choice for ...

Rethinking pink

The furor over the Susan G. Komen Foundation’s decision to cut funding to Planned Parenthood for cancer screenings (and then reversal) revealed the questionable nature of the foundation’s policies and the strength of a quiet majority that refuses to allow extremists ...

Shooters should clean up their act

A shredded television. Shattered glass bottles. Empty ammo boxes. Endless shotgun shells. Brass bullet casings sprinkled across the forest floor. Orange bits of clay pigeons...

Larceny in the heart

It’s time you worked for free. Why...

Carr goes off the rails

In the past couple of years, the city of Boulder has done a number of things not to help the homeless, but rather to make life much more difficult for them...

Santorum gives us reason to fear the fringe

During my adult years, I’ve watched the issue of reproductive rights descend from a debate about abortion to a debate about contraception, including condoms...

Defending divorce

It’s almost time for the legislative session to begin in Colorado, which means it’s time for those “small government” Republicans to search for new and more intrusive ways to meddle in your life...

Closing down freedom

Beware government bureaucrats who want to make rules to protect your safety. Far too often their goal is something far more insidious...

Is the war really over?

The war in Iraq began on March 20, 2003, among protests that spanned the globe...

Industry doesn’t give a frack

As Colorado struggles with the increasingly pressing issue of fracking — short for hydraulic fracturing — news comes from Wyoming that fracking has been linked to groundwater pollution for the first time...
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