Commercial interests shouldn’t be making decisions about taxes and fees for using our public airspace, who gets access to which airports, or how quickly our emergency aviation services can respond in a crisis. It’s up to us to tell Congress to not risk this critical resource and reject privatization

During each of the quasi-weekly meeting of the masterminds in Aurora’s star chamber, cameras toss the images of our local legislative celebrities up onto the screen of the star-ship bridge. From the audience, you can settle back with popcorn and watch Mayor Steve Hogan, up close and personal, lecture councilors not about Aurora’s rule of law, but its law of rules, which Hizzoner is quite fond of. Every dated tie, nappy sweater and bodacious bangle is two-stories high and in gorgeous living hi-def faded-color glory