Monday, December 19, 2011

Colorado Man Is Among The Last To Come Home From Iraq

Monday, December 19, 2011
Among the last soldiers coming home from Iraq will be Army Physician Captain Mitchell Marzo of Centennial, Colo.
The Streak Stops: Patriots Dominate Broncos
Occupy Denver Meets With Police Chief At DPD Headquarters
Rep. Polis On SOPA: 'The Internet Is For Porn'
Painting Co. Expected To Plead Guilty In Colo. Hydro-Plant Deaths
Conservationists Get Testy Over Horse Castration Plans
Robert Redford: Congress and Keystone XL: A National Disgrace
Let's be clear about the purpose of this move. It's a naked political stunt designed to hurt the president in an election year.
Gary Hart: The Glitter of the Ballroom
A friend asked if I thought former Congressman Newt Gingrich could win the Republican nomination, and the answer is yes. Given our expectations of leaders and rigid expectations of Republican constituencies, this is somewhat astounding.
Tammy Haddad: Hitchens: The TV Gladiator
Every pundit that has tried to make a point, throw a punch, or declare victory should pause today to salute Christopher Hitchens.
Lisa Turner: In Praise of Kale
If you're lucky enough to live in sunnier climes, you'll find plenty of local greens, including kale, at your market. And those of us in less-temperate zones can still enjoy this sort-of seasonal green all winter long.
Jean Fain, L.I.C.S.W., M.S.W.: Columbine Victim Rachel Scott's Kindness Lives On
One of the most inspiring real-life stories is that of Darrell Scott, the founder of Rachel's Challenge. Scott gave life to this non-profit organization after his 17-year-old daughter Rachel went down as the first student killed in one of the deadliest school shootings in U.S. history: Columbine.

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