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    Peace TrainPeace Train: Golden Rule and a wake-up call

    12/01/2016 03:27 PM MST
    People early on learn the Golden Rule, essentially to treat others (regardless of differences) as you wish to be treated. 
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    Peace Train: How Adolf Hitler rose to power
    11/17/2016 05:38 PM MST - Five things that seriously destabilized German society enabled Adolf Hitler to become the absolute dictator. Full Story

    Peace Train: Heed Native American wisdom on the environment
    11/10/2016 04:54 PM MST - During the Bill Clinton and Barack Obama administrations, the U.S. had leaders who expressed concern about climate change but who were unable to deliver strong actions to lessen its impact. Full Story

    Peace Train: The people gotta get together
    11/03/2016 02:02 PM MDT - In this time of mind-numbing national and international turmoil, something really wonderful has happened. Full Story

    Peace Train: Is the United States a democracy?
    10/27/2016 06:01 PM MDT - Almost all Americans believe that the United States is a democracy. One important condition of democracy is that the government be equally responsive to the policy preferences of all citizens. Full Story

    Boulder County History: Hilma Skinner warned of 'sex deviate mecca'
    10/24/2016 06:18 PM MDT - Skinner was a 55-year-old housewife in 1973 when she made her first run for Boulder City Council, opposing affirmative action, rent control and a proposed abortion clinic. Full Story

    Peace Train: Beyond the pale
    10/20/2016 02:49 PM MDT - You may have missed this important story due to the mainstream U.S. media's very limited coverage, but in mid-September, the boat Zaytouna-Oliva left Barcelona, Spain, sailing for Gaza. Full Story

    Kate Becker: Space brain -- this is your brain on (the way to) Mars
    10/14/2016 06:05 AM MDT - It sounds like the plot of a sci-fi thriller: A few months into their journey to Mars, a crew of astronauts realizes that something is wrong. They can't think straight. They keep forgetting things. They feel anxious all the time. They are slowly losing their minds — and the longer they are in space, the worse it gets. Full Story

    Peace Train: Nuclear hell in a briefcase
    10/13/2016 03:51 PM MDT - Is there really a nuclear button? As the U.S. approaches the presidential election and the U.S.-dominated NATO has expanded to Russia's borders, creating nuclear tension, more and more people seem to be talking about nuclear weapons and the whereabouts of the "nuclear button. Full Story

    Peace Train: Flirting with Armageddon
    10/06/2016 02:15 PM MDT - Today, hostility between the United States and Russia is more intense than any time since 1985, when Mikhail Gorbachev became leader of the Soviet Union. Likewise, the danger of nuclear war is now greater than ever experienced by any living person under 40. Full Story

    Kate Becker: Will space dust sink spaceships?
    09/30/2016 06:03 AM MDT - Back in college, a friend and I drove a second-hand Ford Ranger from Wisconsin to Tucson, Ariz. We planned a route that would take us past natural wonders like North Dakota's Badlands, but it was a lonesome ride: bare landscapes, dusty horizons, empty space. Full Story

    Peace Train: Justice should be blind
    09/29/2016 02:48 PM MDT - When I was growing up, I saw the image of the blindfolded Lady Justice holding the scale of justice in one hand and a sword in the other. Full Story

    Peace Train: U.S. militarizes space
    09/22/2016 11:18 PM MDT - Gazing at the stars recently, I mused on the fantasy that space should be the world's peaceful commons. Full Story

    Peace Train: A tiny David takes on the giants
    09/01/2016 04:12 PM MDT - "Those without a lot of wealth or a lot of power are getting absolutely killed in America today," according to Michael Snyder from "The American Dream," and the same could be said worldwide. Full Story

    Kate Becker: Proxima b: The world next door
    09/02/2016 06:17 AM MDT - So close, and yet so far. The old cliché has been ringing in my head since last week, when an international team of astronomers announced that they have found a planet circling around the sun's nearest stellar neighbor, Proxima Centauri — a planet that just might be a lot like Earth. Full Story

    Boulder and the Beautiful: Back to school style
    09/01/2016 02:42 PM MDT - For a mom, the first day of first grade is different than the first day of kindergarten. Full Story

    Words of wisdom: Dear freshmen
    08/21/2016 09:39 PM MDT - I won't presume to know what brought you, dear reader, to the University of Colorado. If I were to presume, I'd say that you're here because you like to smoke weed and play in the mountains, or because you're interested in studying science. Full Story

    Peace Train: Will we never learn?
    08/18/2016 05:48 PM MDT - I have a horrible sense of déjà vu. Recently, every four years, the Democratic and Republican parties nominate candidates who don't threaten the interests of the rich and powerful. Full Story

    Peace Train: Nuclear weapons are an existential peril
    08/11/2016 07:02 PM MDT - The U.S.-dominated NATO generals say, "first use of nuclear weapons must remain in the quiver of escalation," according to Ron Rosenbaum in his book "How the End Begins: The Road to a Nuclear World War III. Full Story

    Peace Train: Do nuclear weapons prevent war?
    08/04/2016 04:22 PM MDT - Nuclear weapons advocates often say that nuclear weapons prevent war and thus make our world safer. Is this assertion credible? Full Story

    Kate Becker: Life on Earth may be a cosmic early bird
    08/05/2016 06:16 AM MDT - Running late starts early.The alarm clock you slept through. The keys you couldn't find. The traffic that wouldn't budge. The agonizing wait in the long, snaking line at the coffee shop. Meetings starting. Deadlines looming. Always, always rushing. Has it always been this way? Full Story

    Peace Train: The golden rule
    07/27/2016 04:27 PM MDT - The golden rule that appears in some form in many religious and ethical traditions is that "we should treat others as we wish to be treated." Full Story

    Kate Becker: Rocky worlds around an ultracool star
    07/22/2016 06:08 AM MDT - "Rocky" is not a sweet word. Rocky starts. Rocky marriages. Rocky roads. But to astronomers searching for planets like Earth, "rocky" sounds sweet indeed. Full Story

    Peace Train: The threat of hegemony
    07/21/2016 04:34 PM MDT - Hegemony — noun: leadership or dominance, especially by one country or social group over others. Full Story

    Peace Train: Brexit and nuclear weapons
    07/15/2016 11:10 AM MDT - On the west coast of Scotland, next to the deep waters of the Gare Loch and Firth of Clyde, reside four Trident-armed Vanguard submarines. Full Story

    Peace Train: NATO must be abolished
    07/14/2016 07:25 PM MDT - The North Atlantic Treaty Organization was founded in April 1949 as a military alliance to protect Western European countries against aggression by the Soviet Union. Full Story

    Rocky Mountain Gamer: Going mobile gets serious
    07/14/2016 01:27 PM MDT - Up to this point, I have eschewed mobile games. With half a dozen game consoles hooked to my TV at any one time, not to mention a PC with an overflowing Steam library, it seemed like an exercise in excess to start playing games on my phone. Full Story

    On Air Next: Told Slant, Guts Club and JC Flowers
    07/18/2016 05:01 PM MDT - This week, we're spinning three incredibly lonely records. These new releases from Told Slant, Guts Club, and JC Flowers all feel extremely personal and vulnerable. Full Story

    Bear With Me: Educated into destitution
    07/18/2016 04:39 PM MDT - After a rather lovely weekend, I finally got around to checking my mail and was somewhat taken aback to see that my student loan payment had jumped from a reasonable $47 a month to a ruinous $450. Full Story

    Peace Train: Time for a nonviolent revolution
    07/08/2016 01:17 PM MDT - One of the events leading up to the start of the American Revolution (secession from Britain) was the 1773 Boston Tea Party. Full Story

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    College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

    Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

    After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

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    (Matt York / Associated Press)
    College footballCU football: Buffs reeling from first blowout loss

    Turnovers, sacks allowed pile up in defeats

    After many of Colorado's Pac-12 losses over the years, there was a helpless feeling coming from the Buffaloes.

    Full Story
    Second Story Garage: Bandits

    Boulder is pretty good at producing rock bands, and by "rock," we mean the in-your-face, guitar-heavy, leather-clad variety — you know, the good kind. For a prime example, look no farther than BANDITS. Full Story

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