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2006

  • 2006

    27 December 2006: KYGT Website Upgrade

    KYGT taking website to a new level Beginning at 5:00 on January 3, KYGT will be offering a bi-weekly news hour that will primarily focus on briefs and updates throughout the…

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    20 December 2006: Graeber’s Latest Rant

    Logic missing from Graeber’s latest rant “Your Majesty!” Sipping a 12-year-old Scotch at a local pub, I was wonderfully surprised to see my old friend, Joe Soccer Dad. “Joe, how have…

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    6 December 2006: Cleaning Up Junk

    Home shouldn’t be where the junk is Before moving to Georgetown, I once lived in a dreadful place I not-so-affectionately call Saudi Aurora, a sprawling expanse that has “developed”—love the irony…

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    22 November 2006: Thanks for Upholding Democracy

    Thanks for upholding democracy One of the delights of a nascent curmudgeon is finding perverse pleasure in being a wet blanket, the rain on another’s parade. Thanksgiving is a particularly good…

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    1 November 2006: New Day Dawning

    A new day may be dawning In last week’s Denver Post, Jessica Peck Corry of the Independence Institute wrote a column headlined “Still a Republican and still proud of it.” I…

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    25 October 2006: 2A& G-TownStreets

    2A bad plan for Georgetown Streets On top of the plethora of statewide ballot initiatives, there are two local ones to be considered: 1A, the open space initiative, and 2A, the…

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    11 October2006: Election Propoganda

    Muddling through the election propaganda “Are you scared yet?” That is Bart Simpson’s tease to Lisa when she is reading Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven.” It came to mind a couple…

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    4 October 2006: Emily Keyes

    Emily Keyes leaves legacy of kindness I didn’t know Emily Keyes, the Platte Canyon High School student murdered in her English classroom, but I feel as though I did. Over the…

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    27 September 2006: Big News in Courant

    Big news lost in pages of Courant The lead headline read “Female prisoner dies in county jail.” The irony of the poor woman’s early demise was found in the subsequent headline,…

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    13 September 2006: Support Referendum I

    Support Referendum I for equality and fairness “…with liberty and justice for all except for gays.” How’s that for an ending to the Pledge of Allegiance? Of course, the Tom Tancredo…

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    6 September 2006: Disaster Anniversaries

    Disaster anniversaries reflect on administration We’re in Virgo now—the time for harvesting grain and picking ripened fruits. Many hold it is their favorite time with warm, dry days, colors changing, and…

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    23 August 2006: Beauprez’s Choice for Lt. Gov.

    Beauprez plays politics with running mate choice When a candidate is labeled a flip-flopper wanting it “both ways,” having a palindrome for a name like Bob—spelling the same forward and backward—doesn’t…

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    9 August 2006: Debasing Freedom of the Press

    Liberal label debases freedom of the press A few weeks back the Bush Administration fired another salvo in conservatism’s ongoing war on the free press when it attacked the NY Times…

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    2 August 2006: Stem-cell Opposition

    Bush inconsistent on stem-cell opposition If George Bush were consistent, he would issue an executive order banning fertility clinics for the same reason he opposes gay marriage and stem sell research.…