<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Danish Plan]]> <![CDATA[The flood of the century? Not exactly]]> In Boulder, they say it was a 100-year flood. Uh, not exactly.]]> <![CDATA[Obama learns to love fracking]]> <![CDATA[The Hansen letter]]> <![CDATA[Climate science — and why the world won't listen]]> <![CDATA[How to stop illegal immigration]]> <![CDATA[The eagle has landed — with extreme prejudice]]> <![CDATA[What should we do with Edward Snowden?]]> <![CDATA[Who killed Proposition 19?]]> First, when it comes to ballot proposals generally, the tendency is to vote no. When voters are uncertain about what a ballot measure will do and they often are they usually conclude that the safest course of action is to maintain the status quo by voting no.]]> <![CDATA[Ban fracking? Why stop there?]]> <![CDATA[Boulder targets medical marijuana — and heads should roll ]]> <![CDATA[How to quit worrying and save the desert tortoise]]> <![CDATA[Who was hiding the snake?]]> Late last Sunday evening, a Navy SEAL team dropped in unexpectedly on Osama bin Laden and said, in so many words, 'Hi, asshole. We understand you want to die for your religion, and we think that's a great idea. We're from the federal government, and we'd like to help.']]> <![CDATA[Repeal the Second Amendment? How about the First?]]> <![CDATA[Marijuana along the Rio Grande]]> <![CDATA[Want to bring back the draft? Here's how.]]> <![CDATA[The censored arguments for Proposition 64]]> When one side in a political discussion resorts to censorship to keep you from hearing the other side’s arguments, the censored arguments usually deserve serious consideration.]]> <![CDATA[Total elapsed time: 80 seconds]]> <![CDATA[The green whine over U.S. gas exports]]> <![CDATA[Pot legalization day in Colorado more orderly than Black Friday]]> <![CDATA[Double your bet on ClimateSmart]]>