<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - DyerTimes]]> <![CDATA[What’s wrong with this picture?]]> Two pro-gun-rights billboards have recently gone up in Greeley and they’re causing quite a stir, as in you can read about them in The Washington Post kind of stir. But why have a couple of political signs sparked so much controversy and who is paying for them?]]> <![CDATA[Don't take the bait]]> <![CDATA[State of Colorado bullies Longmont on behalf of oil and gas industry]]> Longmont city council members knew that the state might sue their community over the new oil and gas regulations that they passed a few weeks back. But it was a risk that they were willing to take in order to protect their town’s residents’ health, property values and overall quality of life. ]]> <![CDATA[It’s past time for Polis to decide on fast track for TPP]]> <![CDATA[Is City Council above the law?]]> At a City Council meeting a couple weeks back, Boulder Mayor Matt Appelbaum spent a fair amount of time suggesting that Boulder’s elected leaders need to do a better job of filling out their legally required disclosure forms, which were, of course, designed to shine light on potential conflicts of interest. The mayor’s right.]]> <![CDATA[COGA lawsuits against Lafayette, Fort Collins are latest insult to citizens by a selfish industry]]> <![CDATA[Fracking activists are the Tea Party of the Left?]]> <![CDATA[Deception, the shared value of both parties]]> <![CDATA[DyerTimes]]> <![CDATA[End municipalization secrecy]]> <![CDATA[For the record, I will be voting in secret]]> Well, it’s another first for Boulder County. Or should I say another black eye? When Nov. 6 rolls around, I hear we will be the only county in the nation that won’t be guaranteeing its citizens the right to a secret ballot, or at least that’s what voter privacy activist Marilyn Marks says.]]> <![CDATA[The coming storm of fracking operations in Boulder County]]> As Boulder County struggles to rewrite its current oil and gas regulations, the petroleum extraction industry has already begun its blitzkrieg of our lands.]]> <![CDATA[Seth Brigham's legacy]]> Regardless of whether or not he heads north, everyone in Boulder owes Brigham a debt of gratitude.]]> <![CDATA[Vaya con Dios]]> Ellen asked me what I was thinking, and it all became clear as the words left my mouth. “I don’t want to live in a world where you can’t ride your horse to Utah.” It was exactly what I was feeling, and it had nothing to do with horses.]]> <![CDATA[A 1,000-week conversation]]> <![CDATA[City’s cleanup of teahouse site actually deserves kudos]]> <![CDATA[Time for Longmont voters to push back on disgusting 'push polls' and those they benefit]]> <![CDATA[Behind the Polis Betrayal]]> <![CDATA[Colorado 'promotes' natural-gas catastrophe that now threatens Colorado River]]> <![CDATA[The bad news: Hickenlooper is not delusional]]> Colorado’s Republi … Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper was in Boulder a few days back speaking at the FrackingSENSE lecture series that the University of Colorado puts on. As is the norm for the governor these days, he spent a fair amount of time bemoaning his reputation as a puppet of the oil and gas industry.]]>