<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Danish Plan]]> <![CDATA[Will Colorado come apart?]]> <![CDATA[Why Romney lost — and how to win next time]]> <![CDATA[How to increase Colorado’s water supply]]> <![CDATA[How to stop illegal immigration]]> <![CDATA[Total elapsed time: 80 seconds]]> <![CDATA[Boulder’s insane densification]]> <![CDATA[Obama, Spain and Kitty Genovese's neighbors]]> There is a good historical parallel for the Western world’s reaction to the Syrian Civil War: The Western world’s reaction to the Spanish Civil War.]]> <![CDATA[Banning corporate personhood would destroy U.S. economy]]> About the anti-corporate personhood referendum that might be on the Boulder ballot this November — I smell a rat. Several, in fact. The ballot proposal put forward by Councilman Macon Cowles would put Boulder voters on record as favoring an amendment to the U.S. Constitution to “abolish corporate personhood and prohibit the granting of constitutional rights to any entity other than a human being.” ]]> <![CDATA[Barack and the Choom Gang]]> According to a new Rasmussen poll of likely voters, 56 percent of those surveyed favor legalizing marijuana and regulating it like alcohol. That might turn into something of a problem for the current president of the United States, who according to a new biography was a serious stoner in his high school days.]]> <![CDATA[Why the latest climate report will be ignored]]> <![CDATA[Ten years after 9/11]]> Since 9/11, we have liquidated the Since 9/11, we have liquidated the Taliban regime in Afghanistan and the Ba’athist regime in Iraq; shot bin Laden and thousands of his excitable boys; dragged Saddam out of a hole and enabled his hanging; stood up a working, if not exactly flourishing, democracy in Iraq; foiled dozens of terror plots and prevented another terror attack of 9/11 proportions from taking place in the American homeland...]]> <![CDATA[Putin and anti-fracking activism]]> <![CDATA[The Hansen letter]]> <![CDATA[Supreme Court gives McCain-Feingold a thumpin']]> <![CDATA[The toxic hell of fracking (children welcome)]]> The anti-fracking activists who demonstrated at an oil rig on Boulder County open space last Saturday obviously don’t think fracking is very dangerous. How else do you explain the fact that they brought their kids to the demonstration?]]> <![CDATA[My persons of the year]]> <![CDATA[Think globally and frack locally]]> <![CDATA[Blacks, police and marijuana]]> <![CDATA[Boulder needs a municipal oil company]]> <![CDATA[Think globally, mine locally]]>