Boulder District Judge Andrew Hartman has denied the Colorado Attorney General’s suit against Boulder Country Clerk Hillary Hall to stop same sex marriages. Read the full ruling here. The judge stated “[t]he Court holds that the Marriage Ban violates plaintiffs’ due process […]
The Hispanic Access Foundation is taking Latino college students to national parks in the west on a tour called “Four Stops one Destination“. Some of those students tell Hannah Leigh Myers more about themselves and the tour.
(Update 7/16/14 – see below) It may seem like some harmless fun, but ask most women who have been wolf whistled at on the street, it can be embarrassing, uncomfortable and unwelcome. That was the experience of 18 year old Esme […]
by Shelley Schlender This edition features a conversation between Dr. Rohini Kanniganti, a physician at Rocky Mountain Senior Care, and Rabbi Zalman Schacter-Shalomi (August 28 1924 – 3 July 2014). Reb Zalman was founder of the Jewish Renewal Movement, a professor emeritus at […]
Politico reporter Kenneth P. Vogel follows the trail of money in the American political system Big Money: 2.5 Billion Dollars, One Suspicious Vehicle, and a Pimp – on the trail of the Ultra-Rich Hijacking American Politics
On Wednesday, President Obama was in Denver to speak to supporters and to raise money for Senator Mark Udall’s campaign for the US Senate. In Cheeseman Park downtown, he was met by those who expressed concern for the Palestinian people […]
On this week’s Weed Between the Lines, Leland Rucker shares his experience with cannabis edibles. In the pursuit of true journalism Leland tried some edibles over the weekend and he offers suggestions for keeping away from bad experiences. He also […]
In his new book Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance To Dismantle The Corporate State, Ralph Nader argues that we are at one of the most pivotal moments in our country’s political history: Americans are more disillusioned with their political leaders than ever before and […]