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  • The dangers of public art

    The dangers of public art0

    • June 8, 2018

    Okay. I’ll reluctantly admit it. I think Blucifer rocks. I love that creepy, devilish blue “Mustang” statue you drive by on the way to DIA. It is powerful and eerie. And, in full-on Steven King-like glory, this spawn of evil literally killed its own creator. Seriously. While building the monster, Luis Jiménez had the artery

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  • Why your child is safer in a plane than in school

    Why your child is safer in a plane than in school0

    • June 4, 2018

    There hasn’t been a hijacking of a commercial American aircraft since the attack on the World Trade Center in 2001, even as hijacking continue around the world. There could be a multitude of reasons for this success including stronger cockpit doors and tougher TSA screening, or at least the illusion of tougher TSA screenings. Apparently,

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  • Swift condemnation for Boulder climate lawsuit and DC think tank

    Swift condemnation for Boulder climate lawsuit and DC think tank0

    • April 27, 2018

    “That was fast,” writes Energy in Depth’s Rebecca Simon regarding how quickly leading Coloradans and others denounced the city of Boulder and its “especially unfortunate” climate change lawsuit against the oil and gas industry. Her excellent summary includes commentary from the Denver Post, former Attorney General and Secretary of Interior Gale Norton, former head of

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  • I couldn’t go to work Friday when teachers abandoned my kids

    I couldn’t go to work Friday when teachers abandoned my kids0

    • April 27, 2018

    We all feel underpaid, and somehow our employers all feel we’re overpaid. So, who’s right? Well, if we keep working for the amount they’re paying us, and our boss keeps paying that amount instead of letting us go, then it’s pretty safe to say that’s the market amount for our circumstance. We are programmed from

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  • No, it’s not you, Peter Pan. It’s the law that prevents you from growing up.

    No, it’s not you, Peter Pan. It’s the law that prevents you from growing up.0

    • March 16, 2018

    Many progressives want to lower the voting age to 16, yet they want to raise the age to buy a long gun to 21, all while Obamacare lets them stay on mommy’s health care plan until they’re 26. So just when does someone become an adult anymore? Is it any wonder young people today seem

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  • My compromise offer to the politically correct

    My compromise offer to the politically correct0

    • February 16, 2018

    In our hyper-sensitive culture, where it’s not what you say but the words you use to say it, enough Americans needed to elect a president proved they’re sick and tired of feeling censored. Middle America voters can only be told their white-privileged micro-aggressions are triggering some victim’s oppression so often before Trump’s crudeness becomes a welcome and needed relief.

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