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2007

  • 2007

    19 December 2007: Life Too Short for Anger

    Life is too short and precious for anger Wow! The fur is flying with regard to the annexation of Floyd Hill by Idaho Springs. More reflections on the specifics of the…

  • 2007

    5 December 2007: Rightwing Authoritarianism

    Rightwing authoritarians are threat to the republic When one thinks of an authoritarian personality, the first inclination is to think of the autocratic leader type. As University of Manitoba researcher and…

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    21 November 2007: Republicans & Fear

    Republicans continue to use fear as tactic The words of the day, with respect to Stephen Colbert who is unable to enlighten us due to the writers’ strike, are triple ex—exercise,…

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    7 November 2007: Honoring All Vets

    We should honor all vets The eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month—so it was decided that would be the proper moment to end the War to End…

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    24 October 2007: Invest in the Future

    Invest in the Future with Ballot Issue 1A Pay now or pay later. That’s an old American aphorism, if we only we believed and practiced it. Since the rise of Ronald…

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    10 October 2007: Moral Treason

    Silencing Criticism is “Moral Treason” Article III, Section 3 of our Constitution reads, “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their…

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    26 September 2007: Georgetown Justice

    G-Town should fight for justice in “Snowgate” scandal When out of town, if you tell a non-local that you live in Georgetown, it is likely you’ll get two questions: How’s your…

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    12 September 2007: Iraq v. 9/11

    Iraq v. 9/11: The greater harm to America? It is now six years and a day since the horrific September 11 attack, and President George W. Bush has failed to bring…

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    29 August 2007: Labor Day or Peasant Day

    Don’t let Labor Day morph into Peasant Day “After 34 years with LTV Steel, I was forced to retire because of a disability. Two years later LTV filed bankruptcy. I lost…

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    15 August 2007; American & Clear Creek Infrastructure

    America’s infrastructure is national security issue With the collapse of the interstate highway bridge in Minnesota, infrastructure is showing up on Americans’ radar—for now. It will be hard put to remain…

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    1 August 2007: Lessons from the Pine Beetle

    Lessons from the pine beetle “Only the rocks live forever.” It is an aphorism from American Indian spiritual philosophy evinced from their empirical observation of the natural world. Quantum physics, however,…

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    18 July 2007: Equal Justice & Abuse of Power

    Is it ‘justice for all’ or ‘justice for some?’ “Equal justice under law is not just a caption on the facade of the Supreme Court building. It is perhaps the most…

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    4 July 2007: Lady Liberty & Informed Citizenship

    Lady Liberty’s legs are wobbly, her face wind-burned If you’re reading this, you’re in the minority: those who read to get news and others’ opinions. The print industry is in decline.…

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    20 June 2007: Terror & Global Warming

    It’s gettin’ hot in here, so take off all your fear On June 21 @ 12:07 MDT, Earth comes to a screeching halt in her tilt. Now that winter has finally…

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    6 June 2007: Mess at the GT Loop RR

    Georgetown lost more than a trusted operator Bizarre as it seems, the Broncos are leaving Denver for Los Angeles after the 2007 season. It’s not that the Broncos want to leave;…