<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Danish Plan]]> <![CDATA[Oklahoma isn’t the first to see radicalist beheadings]]> <![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[Obama, Putin and pigeon chess]]> <![CDATA[Ban GMOs? First show us the victims]]> <![CDATA[Roger Sherman and the 210,328 complications]]> I can think of a lot of complications that ought to be taken into account when considering whether marijuana should be legalized — 210,328 complications, for openers. That’s the number of Coloradans that have been arrested for possession of marijuana since 1986.]]> <![CDATA[Total elapsed time: 80 seconds]]> <![CDATA[The flood of the century? Not exactly]]> In Boulder, they say it was a 100-year flood. Uh, not exactly.]]> <![CDATA[A modest proposal to begin updating our national symbols]]> <![CDATA[Ban fracking? Why stop there?]]> <![CDATA[Think globally and frack locally]]> <![CDATA[Hamas does not give shelter]]> <![CDATA[If you can count a crowd and keep your virtue %uFFFD]]> <![CDATA[The wrong marijuana message]]> The folks opposed to Amendment 64, which would legalize marijuana and regulate it like alcohol, are claiming (once again) that marijuana should be kept illegal “in order to protect our kids.”]]> <![CDATA[Orwell got it backwards]]> <![CDATA[Hug the children, bill their countries]]> <![CDATA[Repeal the Second Amendment? How about the First?]]> <![CDATA[No water for fracking? No problem]]> One of the latest — and sillier — local whines against fracking is that it is a profligate consumer of water that takes 33,000 acre feet of the stuff permanently out of the state’s hydraulic cycle.]]> <![CDATA[America needs more secret meetings]]> <![CDATA[The heart of the city — what’s to be done?]]> According to a story in the Sunday edition of Brand X paper, Boulder planners are looking for ideas about how to further develop Boulder’s “civic heart” — by which they mean the area bounded by Ninth and 17th Streets on the west and east, and Arapahoe and Canyon on the south and north, with Boulder Creek running through it.]]> <![CDATA[Obama’s clueless view of ISIL]]>