Letters: 9/20/18

Opinion

Another reason to vote

The tide is turning. Donald Trump’s popularity is sinking fast, and it looks like the Democrats may win control of the U.S. House and...

Cowboys for Liberty

What’s in a name? By definition, the name of a person, place or thing is its personal designation... a distinct way of being known...

Letters: 9/13/18

Science alone can’t solve climate change My career as a scientist has consistently reaffirmed that there’s often no free lunch: as you solve one problem,...

I fought for our country. Now NFL players are kneeling for...

I’m a veteran of the U.S. Army. So it may come as a surprise that the day I read about NFL players kneeling during...

Straight out of CU (and Louisville): A battery that could change...

This could be huge. Really huge. Let’s hope it is. There’s a startup company in Louisville that started registering on the radar this week. Its name is...

How many tweety birds does it take to tweet the truth?

In CorporateWorld, when trouble pops up and things get sticky, CEOs don’t wring their hands and try to dodge the issue. No-sir-ee, the chief...

Letters: 9/6/18

Nationwide prison strike Prisoners nationwide are on strike and many are fasting. This is a 19-day strike ending on Sept. 9. It is on schedule...

UMAS remains as important as ever as it turns 50

Whenever the topic of civil rights is discussed, the conversation almost always revolves around relations between whites and African Americans. It is interesting that...

Sessions slams the door on immigrants desperate to escape domestic violence

Recently, U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan sharply criticized the government for deporting two ACLU clients — a woman and her child who had fled...

How to make Labor Day matter again

It’s practically unanimous: Nine out of 10 establishment economists agree that America’s solid job growth and the low unemployment rate truly make ours “the...

Letters: 8/30/18

Hill Hotel: Bad idea for Boulderites The Hill Hotel is not a done deal. City Council will make a determination whether this project will move...

Floods and the city, CU edition

According to the Daily Camera, the Boulder City Council last week “voted to move forward with a flood mitigation plan that ignored expert advice,...
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