Letters: 11/15/18

Opinion

Don’t frack so close to me

Coloradans will vote on a ballot initiative in November that requires new oil and gas projects to be set back at least 2,500 feet...

Letters: 10/4/18

On Kavanaugh Honesty requires astute scrutiny of anyone who would aspire to hold a high position. Can dishonest people apply such scrutiny? We have difficulty...

Beware the one-party autocracy

The Republicans control all of the elected branches of the federal government, but they play the victim. There is a good reason for that....

Putting traumatized immigrant children out of sight

In June, our immigrant-bashing president ordered an end to his own warped policy of forcibly tearing terrified migrant children from the arms of their...

Letters: 9/27/18

Yes on Prop 112 Initiative 97 has been accepted onto the fall election ballot as Proposition 112, requiring all new Colorado oil and gas development...

CU should expand in Louisville, not on South Boulder Creek

There’s a much better place for the University of Colorado Boulder to build its putative academic village than in the mined-out gravel pit at...

The shame of climate-change deniers

Shame is that queasy feeling you get when you realize you’ve done something improper, ridiculous... or just flat-out contemptible. But it’s socially invaluable, for...

Letters: 9/20/18

Speak out for a better world Have we made progress since “the world turned upside down” in 1968? (Re: “The long shadow of 1968,” The...

Council acted in Boulder’s best interests

The Peoples League for Action Now (PLAN)-Boulder County supports City Council’s Aug. 22 decision to proceed with the CU South Campus flood mitigation scheme,...

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,...
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