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Glitches multiplied

The notion that journalism is the first rough-draft of history seems to have originated, at least as a phrase, with the editorial board of The Washington Post in the early 1940s. You can see the...

DATE: May 19, 2020 | CATEGORY: Editorials

Exquisite timing

Not to be deterred – because really, what is there to deter a party when it has majorities in both houses of the state Legislature, if it is neither rain nor heat nor gloom of night, nor a rabid...

DATE: May 12, 2020 | CATEGORY: Editorials

Dog is love

Almost exactly two decades have passed since heavily armed agents of the Border Patrol’s SWAT team entered a Miami home in the pre-dawn hours of Easter Eve and seized 6-year-old Elián González from...

DATE: May 5, 2020 | CATEGORY: Editorials

Money for nothing

It is probably fair to say this has been a difficult time for journalists trying to cover the coronavirus across the country as well as in the other parts of the world where there is a reasonably...

DATE: April 28, 2020 | CATEGORY: Editorials

Not this year

The mysterious coronavirus has already taken many things from us, or we have taken them from ourselves in the belief this is the best way to fight a ghost. And we are missing many of them, from...

DATE: April 21, 2020 | CATEGORY: Editorials

School’s out

We used to think of campaign finance as a Rube Goldberg machine in which lobbyists and just folks gave money to a candidate, let’s say for the U.S. Senate, to fund a run for office because he would...

DATE: April 14, 2020 | CATEGORY: Editorials

Show me a hero

It has been very hard to miss New York Governor Andrew Cuomo over the last several weeks of the pandemic, for several excellent reasons. The packed New York City area quickly and frighteningly has...

DATE: April 9, 2020 | CATEGORY: Editorials

Plague Journal

We were listening to NPR the other morning when, following two hours of its flagship news program, which seemed to be almost entirely devoted to COVID-19, it aired a special, weekly one-hour...

DATE: April 6, 2020 | CATEGORY: Editorials

Plague Journal

This allegedly has been the time of taking the virus seriously in our corner of the world, or more seriously. But it is just not in our nature to believe what we are told at first blush and move in...

DATE: March 30, 2020 | CATEGORY: Editorials

Ranching right

Back in late October 2019 – which now seems an awfully long time ago – we told you about the Leopold Conservation Award, which annually honors landowners in Colorado and 19 other states. Now the...

DATE: March 26, 2020 | CATEGORY: Editorials

Teach who you can

It’s too soon to know how as Americans or humans we are going to get through this pandemic when we are not at the end of the beginning; when one after another shops and businesses shutter, state...

DATE: March 23, 2020 | CATEGORY: Editorials

The big repeal

In 1757, Benjamin Franklin – newspaperman, inventor, Freemason and more – was sent to England by the Pennsylvania Assembly to lobby for the colony. He was sent to protest the machinations of the...

DATE: March 19, 2020 | CATEGORY: Editorials

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