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During last week’s festivities to celebrate our nation’s independence, I spent some time reflecting on our unalienable rights — granted by our … more
A little while ago, the family was on our way out — I don’t even remember where we were going — but we were waiting for one of my daughter’s … more
Once again, it looks like many of Colorado’s communities are headed toward a Fourth of July without fireworks. Last year, arguably Colorado’s … more
No, No and No I have a small dome shaped object that plays “no” in about a dozen ways.  The last verse states “what part of no don’t you … more
George “The Animal” Steele was a professional wrestler and a bald-headed maniac. He had these crazy, unorthodox ring antics that would confuse … more
Her intense blue eyes study the watercolor sitting on the table before her. “The lipstick is not good,” she says. Her voice is as fragile as Sue … more
It’s been 25 years ago that the Adams County commissioners agreed to let the City and County of Denver annex 54 square miles of undeveloped land … more
Last week’s Colorado Supreme Court decision to uphold the current school financing system was a good call in my opinion. The “Lobato case” as … more
The sun barely set on the end of the Colorado Legislature and some Republicans decided to pull a recall election on a few Democrats who didn’t vote … more
“Inferno” by Dan Brown c.2013, Doubleday $29.95 / $30.00 Canada 465 pages All your life, you’ve tried to be good. As a child, you were taught … more
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