Letters: 3/23/17

Opinion

The Bernie revolution rolls on

In a volatile and anxious time when people’s lives are being upended, cautious middle-of-the-roaders fail to inspire while those who propose big alternative visions...

Are the rich different from you and me? Ask Cadillac!

You know what our country needs right now? I think we need something that can bring us together again, something that can heal the...

Letters: 3/16/17

Time to transition from Xcel Today policy is at a crossroads; a decision must be made whether to adhere to decaying remnants of our past or...

Danish is all about propaganda

I occasionally cruise articles by Paul Danish to see what regurgitated right-wing propaganda looks like. His article on the “slobs” of Standing Rock was exemplary. I...

The man who sold Mars

The most interesting man in the world isn’t the guy selling beer for Dos Equis. It’s Elon Musk. A couple months ago Musk, the founder...

There’s a word for Trump’s latest flimflamming of workers

By gollies, The Donald delivers! Trump and his new blue-ribbon panel of working-class champions have announced a bold initiative to create millions of American jobs....

Letters: 3/9/17

Danish vs. Dyer Unfortunately, I was able to relate all too closely to Danish’s article . During my “hippie years” (early to mid ’70s), I...

Has the business community co-opted Boulder’s non-profits?

New commercial development in Boulder helps finance Affordable Housing (AH) through a charge called a linkage fee for each square foot of development. At...

Not-so-innocent hyperbole

Only 11 percent of the media coverage of the 2016 presidential primaries dealt with the candidates’ policy positions, leadership abilities and professional histories according...

How magical is The Donald?

Donald Trump, the amazing wunderkind of global luxury living — and now our nation’s phantasmagoric, fast-charging president — is proving to be a legislative...

Letters: 3/2/17

Get loud We all have been thrown into a time of drastic change, whether or not we expected or wanted it to come. The climate...

The Cannonball River slobs

The activists protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline call themselves “Water Protectors,” but there’s a more evocative one-syllable Anglo-Saxonism that better describes them. Slobs. Now that the...
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