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Wednesday, November 25,2015
By the way, the liberal progressive voice that elected you in a very expensive race stands for open-minded participatory democracy. We do not want private, clandestine, corporate-favoring trade agreements.
Thursday, November 19,2015
Local governments? As Boulder County Commissioner Elise Jones says, “Unless the COGCC makes significant changes and takes local governments seriously…it will be another disappointing experience.” A disappointing experience? That’s the best we local officials can come up with? How about an OUTRAGE.
Thursday, November 12,2015
Matt Cortina’s recent “Charcuterie Board” article [Re: Cuisine, “Board silly,” Nov. 5], was just damn excellent. It sang, flowed, was coherent, came from a slightly different angle, informative and taught me much. Also dug that it was longer than a half page in the cuisine section.
Thursday, November 5,2015
Thursday, October 29,2015
How we perceive and plan for the continued arrival of people also yearning to live here — as all of us nonnatives have managed to do — deserves thoughtful and sophisticated policies. Indeed, Boulder’s land use and growth control measures of the past decades were profoundly visionary in their holistic approach to guide and shape the city’s growth.
Thursday, October 22,2015
It is shocking to begin to see the lengths to which some will go to achieve their domination over America’s working class citizens. This article requires further investigation on the part of each of us in order to understand the urgent need to be involved in our politics.
Thursday, October 15,2015
Quite frankly I was shocked to hear that the Union would not be supporting her because I know that Shelly has been a strong advocate for teachers, supporting both cost of living adjustments and lower class sizes.
Thursday, October 8,2015
With very few exceptions, everyone running for president is a professional politician. The hype and drivel espoused by most of the candidates amounts to nothing more than the same “Rah-Rah-Team” noise you hear at any high school football game or to childish name-calling by the candidates.
Thursday, October 1,2015
I fully support the community rights approach, which I arrived at after years of study of this issue. I was part of the 2011 campaign that resulted in the adoption of a resolution by the city of Boulder, where it was agreed that there should be a...
Thursday, September 24,2015
I’m glad that Gholson took the trouble to look into statutes, etc. CRS 42-4-1412 is quite helpful, as is CDOT’s “Colorado Bicycling Manual, 8th Edition.” Now I hope she will more fully understand some basic concepts such as impeding traffic, and what many of these not-just-legalese terms mean in practice.