<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Perspectives]]> <![CDATA[Cooperating on health care]]> <![CDATA[Stand up for Walmart workers]]> <![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[A more egalitarian economy]]> <![CDATA[The next NAFTA, but worse]]> <![CDATA[Tycoons and their taxes]]> <![CDATA[Bowl a strike for reproductive freedom]]> <![CDATA[ALEC’s attack on renewables arrives in Colorado]]> <![CDATA[Passing the TPP: Not so fast]]> <![CDATA[Sometimes, the government comes in handy]]> <![CDATA[University of Colorado response to Buffs football scholarship article]]> <![CDATA[State of the Union: What I needed to hear]]> <![CDATA[Stand up for democracy]]> The limitations on corporations were very intentional on the part of the founders of this country who had been exploited and oppressed by corporations chartered by the king of England.]]> <![CDATA[Renewable energy threatens big utilities]]> <![CDATA[It's time to open the vault on Kennedy]]> <![CDATA[Seeger’s true politics]]> <![CDATA[Shooting from the lip]]> The shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is, of course, both heartbreaking and depressing. It’s been years since our country has been through the trauma of a political assassination attempt, and it’s no wonder that even the suggestion of one puts us on edge and stokes our fears. Nevertheless, the sane and rational approach to such an event is to stop, take a deep breath, listen to the facts — and above all, to condemn violence in the harshest possible terms.]]> <![CDATA[A fracking threat to children]]> We’ve all seen (or at least heard of) the movie Erin Brockovich, in which a bold and fiercely determined mom takes on a chemical company for exposing a small town and the families and children that live there to toxic chemicals that have been linked to cancer. It’s Academy Award-winning material. And it’s happening again.]]> <![CDATA[Walmart’s workers unite]]> Walmart is the largest private employer on the planet. The uber-retailer turned 50 this year, and it’s had a somewhat unhappy birthday.]]>