<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Perspectives]]> <![CDATA[The politics — and money — behind our energy blend]]> <![CDATA[The Democratic Party's two faces]]> <![CDATA[Walmart is still bad for the planet]]> <![CDATA[The City of Boulder’s pot power grab]]> Some voters oppose Amendment 64 because it gives local governments too much power. The city of Boulder opposes it because it doesn’t give them enough.]]> <![CDATA[The impacts of privatizing the turnpike]]> <![CDATA[The silent jobless]]> <![CDATA[Colorado's Amendment 64: How the amendment affects the state's budget]]> Amendment 64 isn’t about legalizing marijuana. It’s about money.]]> <![CDATA[Winds of change in the Middle East]]> On Feb. 11, 1979, Islamic revolutionaries took power in Tehran. On Sept. 11, 2001, Osama bin Laden and his al- Qaida terrorists launched their attacks on New York and Washington, killing nearly 3,000 Americans. On Feb. 11, 2011, Hosni Mubarak resigned as president of Egypt.]]> <![CDATA[A wake-up call to us all]]> <![CDATA[A fracking credibility gap]]> <![CDATA[Potholes in the road to privatization]]> <![CDATA[After the deluge: What I told city council]]> <![CDATA[Cooperating on health care]]> <![CDATA[Journalistic stings go mainstream]]> Here's a problem of professional ethics right out of today's headlines: If a news organization prohibits its own staff from using certain reporting techniques - say, deception - should it publish information that somebody else gathered using...]]> <![CDATA[FCC breaks Obama's promise on net neutrality]]> On Dec. 21, the FCC passed new rules written by corporations that will end net neutrality. For the first time in history, the U.S. government approved corporate censorship of the Internet, putting the future of online free speech at risk.]]> <![CDATA[Taking care of our least fortunate]]> <![CDATA[It's time to open the vault on Kennedy]]> <![CDATA[Paying to pump]]> <![CDATA[Amendments 60, 61 and 101 would be disastrous]]> <![CDATA[Boulder County Democrats in conflict]]>