<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Perspectives]]> <![CDATA[It's time to open the vault on Kennedy]]> <![CDATA[Single-payer health care is the answer]]> <![CDATA[Danish is wrong on guns]]> <![CDATA[A more egalitarian economy]]> <![CDATA[Limit corporate welfare]]> <![CDATA[ALEC’s attack on renewables arrives in Colorado]]> <![CDATA[Towns fight back against fracking]]> <![CDATA[A fracking credibility gap]]> <![CDATA[We need justice on foreclosure fraud]]> <![CDATA[After the deluge: What I told city council]]> <![CDATA[Sometimes, the government comes in handy]]> <![CDATA[Passing the TPP: Not so fast]]> <![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[Boulder County Democrats in conflict]]> <![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[The Zinn witch hunt continues]]> <![CDATA[Paying to pump]]> <![CDATA[Bowl a strike for reproductive freedom]]> <![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 cold realities of a complicated conflict]]>