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    Letter to the editorLETTER: Boost economy with carbon fee and dividend

    10/22/2014 09:38 PM MDT
    It has been a wild ride on fossil fuels, but now we know about the downsides. All that stuff we unburied- coal, oil, and natural gas- went into the air, heating the planet. Here is something powerful we can do about it, without expanding government, and without sacrificing while others are allowed to wreck havoc with the place we all call home. 
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    Letter to the Editor: Setting the record straight after anti-Semitic accusations
    07/27/2014 07:45 PM MDT - A recent letter to the editor (Monday, July 21, titled "Columnist is anti-Semitic in 'Peace Train' editorial") by Jason Schreiber made accusations of anti-Semitism. He apparently is unaware that there is a difference between legitimately criticizing Israeli policies and anti-Semitism. Please read the article about this distinction by Judith Butler (lrb.co.uk/v25/n16/judith-butler/no-its-not-anti-semitic). Full Story

    Letter: Let's manage resources well and reuse glass
    06/26/2014 12:41 PM MDT - Brian Palmer makes a good point in his Tuesday article in the Colorado Daily that glass jars are healthier than plastic ones — which often leach endocrine disruptors into our food — but that the environmental cost to transport and recycle the heavier glass is still too high. Full Story

    Letter: The Nigerian girls are our daughters
    06/23/2014 01:44 PM MDT - The Igbo people of Nigeria have a saying, "One cannot hear a child's cry and say one is busy." Their children are our children, and we cannot say we are busy. Full Story

    Letters: The intolerance of the tolerant at CU-Boulder
    04/07/2014 10:42 AM MDT - The recent controversy surrounding the University of Colorado's Visiting Scholar of Conservative Thought Steven Hayward should give us all some pause. Full Story

    Letter: Take time to give thanks to your mentors
    01/21/2014 11:51 AM MST - January is National Mentoring Month, but dedicating just one month each year to recognizing mentors and all they do for the lives of those they touch is not nearly enough. Full Story

    Letter: Celebrating Madiba's life, through learning
    12/11/2013 02:02 PM MST - On Thursday, during the last meeting of our Regional Cultures of Africa class at the University of Colorado, we will memorialize Mandela, who is popularly known in his home country of South Africa as "Madiba." Full Story

    Letters: Don't frack our future
    11/04/2013 03:46 PM MST - If you haven't yet voted, please vote YES on 2H.  Full Story

    Letters: Snub a mega-corporation power grab, support local munis
    10/29/2013 04:52 PM MDT - As the electric power franchise with Xcel ends, Boulder wishes to create a municipal utility, with Lafayette also considering going down this path — progress indeed! Full Story

    Letters: The Xcelisaur and Boulder
    10/29/2013 11:27 AM MDT - For many years Boulder has planned and envisioned a community that has deep environmental commitments. But Xcel is acting like a dinosaur and trying to block our progress. Full Story

    (Cliff Grassmick / Daily Camera)
    Colorado football: MacIntyres spending more time together

    Jay showing promise as redshirt wide receiver while playing for his father, Mike
    Jay MacIntyre has spent more time around his dad this fall than he has at any other time in his life. Full Story
    (Cliff Grassmick / Daily Camera)
    Colorado football: MacIntyres spending more time together

    Jay showing promise as redshirt wide receiver while playing for his father, Mike
    Jay MacIntyre has spent more time around his dad this fall than he has at any other time in his life. Full Story
    ( Paul Aiken / Daily Camera)
    Second Story Garage: Run River North

    When you hear Run River North for the first time, you might think to yourself, "This band could really go somewhere." Their songs are just a little bit better than other bands' songs, their singing is a notch superior, their playing is a touch more exciting. Full Story