Updated: April 30, 2015 11:21:23 PM MDT
 
 
 
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    Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice CenterPeace Train: Banks too big to go to jail

    In the financial crisis of 2008, who was bailed out and who was sacrificed?
    07/30/2015 09:17 PM MDT
    The financial crisis of 2008 not only resulted from Wall Street greed, but also from a failure of rating agencies and government regulators. 
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    Peace Train: Open Letter to Sen. Cory Gardner
    07/16/2015 08:51 PM MDT - Dear Senator Gardner: Last week a delegation from the Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center met with your Denver office manager to urge support for a nuclear agreement with Iran. We presented extensive evidence about why a nuclear agreement would be good for the United States, for Iran, and for the world.  Full Story

    Peace Train: Changing Israeli behavior
    07/10/2015 06:50 PM MDT - 'Gaza is on the threshold of being intentionally reduced to a state of abject destitution," said Karen Koning AbuZayd in January 2008. Full Story

    Peace Train: 'Journey of death'
    07/02/2015 08:59 PM MDT - The Jornada del Muerto Desert in New Mexico was the apocalyptic birthplace of the nuclear age. On July 16, 1945, the first detonation of an atomic weapon was tested in this desolate, lovely desert — truly beginning a "journey of death," as the Spanish phrase translates into English. Full Story

    Peace Train: Giving peace a chance
    06/18/2015 05:59 PM MDT - For several years, Israel has threatened a military attack on Iran over an alleged Iranian nuclear weapons program. In addition, U.S. leaders, including former-president George W. Bush and President Barack Obama have repeatedly said that, if diplomacy fails, "all options are on the table." Full Story

    Peace Train: Two takes, one nuclear impasse
    06/11/2015 07:26 PM MDT - A conference held at the United Nations every five years to chart the progress nuclear nations are making in upholding world commitments, as part of the 1970 Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT), ended recently in failure. Full Story

    Peace Train:The ISDS threat
    05/28/2015 07:39 PM MDT - Corporate-controlled media has hyped the threat from IS (ISIL, ISIS), the self-proclaimed Islamic State. IS has committed horribly brutal acts in part of the Middle East, based on its interpretation of Islam.  Full Story

    Peace Train: The American Empire
    05/14/2015 04:49 PM MDT - On January 5, 2003, the entire cover of the Sunday New York Times Magazine said "The American Empire (Get Used to It)." The accompanying article read: "[W]hat word but 'empire' describes the awesome thing that America is becoming?....Being an imperial power means enforcing such order as there is in the world and doing so in the American interests." Full Story

    Peace Train: Insider views of real politics
    05/10/2015 02:24 PM MDT - During its early history, the U.S. primarily used force to implement its foreign policy. A 1933 speech by U.S. Marine Corps Major General Smedley Butler described this situation well. Full Story

    Peace Train: Media's role in propaganda
    05/04/2015 03:34 PM MDT - The U.S. prides itself on a free media that isn't controlled by the government. It would really be great if our media, especially the influential media — such as the New York Times, the Washington Post, PBS, NPR, the television networks and the cable news channels — would exercise this constitutional freedom. Full Story

    CU football: Buffs ready to take the next step

    MacIntyre feels Colorado is capable of making run at bowl game
    CU BUFFS FALL CAMPWhen: 29 practices beginning Wednesday morning 8:30-11 a.m. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday practices are open to the media and public next week. Full Story
    CU football: Buffs ready to take the next step

    MacIntyre feels Colorado is capable of making run at bowl game
    CU BUFFS FALL CAMPWhen: 29 practices beginning Wednesday morning 8:30-11 a.m. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday practices are open to the media and public next week. Full Story
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    Second Story Garage: Plume Varia

    It didn't take long for Denver music observers to notice Plume Varia. Husband and wife Shon and Cherie Cobbs formed the band only two years ago, but after about a year they started finding themselves on best-of lists and playing the scene's top venues. Full Story