Letters: 2/20/2020

Big change or stability?

Opinion

Sanders, Warren and the art of media distraction

If you follow politics regularly, you have reason to be angry about something every day. Trump deliberately provokes liberal outrage constantly with...

Letters: 1/16/20

NAFTA 2.0 better, but still bad  Congress recently passed the U.S. Mexico Canada Trade Agreement (aka NAFTA 2.0). Thanks...

Trump puts a horse head in the Ayatollah’s bed

It’s easy to over-think Trump’s motives in greasing Iranian General Qasem Soleimani. What he really did was plant a horse head...

History has never mattered more

The Civil War still haunts us. In our bloodiest conflict, we were confronted with dilemmas, which persist in today’s world — the...

Letters 1/9/2020

A metaphor Historically, World War II, “The Last Good War,” was fought to prevent Hitler’s military conquest of Europe...

The Polis administration plays pretend on fracking

As children, we liked to pretend to be adults, usually our parents, but sometimes great athletes and screen idols.

It’s just like the sanctuary city movement, only with live ammunition

Be careful what you wish for, because you might get it. Good and hard. Remember the...

Letters: Jan. 2, 2020

Tesla factory is no miracle Today I read Paul Danish’s opinion piece “Gigafactory 3: Tesla’s miracle in Shanghai” (Re:...

Letters 12/26/19

Toffee troubleshooting I recently was inspired by a recipe in BW (Re: Jean’s Microwave Almond Toffee, in “Dear Santa,”...

History is in the telling

History is not the past. It is the stories we tell about the past. How we tell these stories — triumphantly or...

The people’s fight for open government

A major battle plays out daily in Colorado as some of our elected and appointed officials — all of whom took a...

Letters 12/19/19

An imaginary dialogue with President POTUS          Q: POTUS, Have you abused the office of president...
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