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Letters: 8/10/17

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Opinion

How Budweiser locks out free enterprise competitors

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The word “free” in “free enterprise” is not an adjective, it’s a verb — as in, let’s “free up” the enterprise of small businesspeople who’re locked out of the marketplace by monopoly power...

Does Obama even know what’s in his TPP deal?

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Last spring, President Obama got downright crabby about people criticizing the gleaming Trans- Pacific Partnership (TPP) he’s trying to sell to Congress and the public...

America’s good food movement

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What better day than Thanksgiving to celebrate our country’s food rebels...

Boulder County commissioners: Can you hear us now?

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First, let me say that I really appreciate the efforts that Boulder County Commissioners Will Toor, Deb Gardner and Cindy Domenico are making to help improve our county’s antiquated oil and gas regulations. I don’t envy them as they work their way through this ...

Big Organic behaving badly (much worse than Monsanto)

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Bad news, anti-GMO-ers. It isn’t Big Ag and Monsanto that’s been ruining your dinner. It’s Big Organic Ag. You don’t have to take my word...

Letters: June 15, 2023

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WHERE’S DEAR WHOLE FOODS DADDY? Where’s the Whole Foods Daddy column? Finally a snarky, cutting-edge satiric column — and poof — it’s gone!?? As a paid...

LETTERS | Week of Jan. 23

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Goodbye, civil liberties...

It’s time to stop persecuting Julian Assange

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As Americans, we should be angry and disgusted that our government, and now the Biden administration, has been engaged in the persecution of Wikileaks...

Letters 4/21/22

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Wrong Way Encouraging use of E-85 is a wrong way to go.  Even changing E-10 to E-15 is a poor idea. E-85 is 85% ethanol...

Banking marijuana requires an ‘act of Congress’

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Despite bankers’ varied attitudes about legalizing marijuana, now that it is legal in Colorado, banks are supportive of government efforts to permit financial services for marijuana businesses. However, numerous obstacles prevent banks from serving marijuana ...

Opinion: National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the resilience of Hispanic entrepreneurs

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Each year, from Sept. 15 – Oct. 15, Americans celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month as a time to recognize the many contributions, diverse cultures,...

Letters: May 7, 2020

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Council’s accessibility issue Boulder City Council’s recent special meeting, in which they voted on a city-wide mask mandate, left out 8.6% of the population —...