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I don’t like Justin Beiber. I find him appalling. When I see photos of him sitting in the front row for a professional basketball game with two imposing bodyguards standing behind him blocking the view of regular people, I’m disgusted. But … more
Someone, perhaps her mother, left her on a bench near a bus stop in Beijing. Because she had no identification records of any kind, doctors estimated she was about 3 years old based on weight and height. A woman found her and took her to a … more
The public policy distortions the Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR) has created in Colorado are not readily apparent to the average voter. For the most part, taxpayers have been inclined to believe that TABOR has guaranteed them a veto over tax … more
Congress, after months of prolonged bickering turned into years of unnecessary gridlock, finally passed a full, long-term farm bill. That means strengthened conservation programs, additional resources for managing our forests, funding for rural … more
Have you ever stopped to consider what a marvelously flexible tool the English language is? For instance, consider the difference between the two concepts of “transition” and “cleaning house.” Frequently, a transition implies a change … more
Last week's editorial, "Time for major immigration reform," suggests that those who have come here illegally deserve amnesty via the S. 744 bill. And Amnesty is what the Gang of Eight and bill S.744 … more
‘Orphans’ at The Edge I’ve come to expect excellent theater when I see a production from The Edge Theatre Company. I recently saw the current play “The Orphans” and was not disappointed. Though there did seem to be some blanks in the … more
Hello, my sweets.  Recent events have made it necessary to say a few things to you, just so you understand. I haven’t, and I won’t, always do things that make sense to you. Sometimes, you are going to ask for something and I’m going to say … more
This could be just a heartwarming story of two college friends getting together over Christmas break to compare their respective lives and careers. Yet the implications of this simple visit reach around the globe, bringing diverse cultures and … more
Perhaps it wasn’t an earthshaking news item but some welcome numbers nonetheless. A report released earlier this month noted Colorado realized a 54 percent drop in foreclosure activity the past year, with a foreclosure rate of 1 for every 2,577 … more
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