To flizz: I say Amen to your comment, "I don't want to hear anymore from republicans about being fiscally conservative."
I wonder if anyone at The Independent can explain to me what a circular I received in the mail today about a Summons, allegedly from the U.S. District Court, announcing that Colorado taxpayers are being sued by Sen. John Morse actually means. I feel like there is a well-funded, but misguided group out there who are out-and-out lying to voters with scare tactics. Is there any basis to this at all? Thanks for any enlightenment you can provide!
I attempted to read the mess of a blog Pete K. recommended above regarding Waldorf education. My sister is a Waldorf teacher trained in Boulder, CO. She has worked in both public and private schools and believes the Waldorf schools she has been associated with offer a more humane approach to becoming a life-long learner than what the factory-assembly-line public education provides. Children are not one-size-fits all and should not be treated that way!
Our public schools are being forced to be attune to all differences in our children. It's a tall order for an institution created like a factory assembly line.
There are many definitions for the word "ranger." I've never assumed "Ranger Rich" was impersonating someone from our military, but instead, is a person who, "ranges or roves."
To Rob Annese: You say that you don't want to pay for people's birth control, but unfortunately, you/we are all paying for the babies who come from unplanned pregnancies. I think it's infinitely cheaper to pay for birth control than for the care of the child after it is born.
I want to thank you, Rich Tosches, for making both my husband and me laugh. Sometimes I feel like poking my eyes out with all the bad news, but then I read your column and I see light at the end of the tunnel!
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