Dec 5, 2013
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Nov 22, 2013
EDITORIAL: Don’t risk the worst in the Holmes trial, DA should let Aurora’s mass murderer plead for a life sentence
Clearly, the chances are getting better for Holmes to pull off an insanity defense, which is an unthinkable end to this case. As the Aurora Sentinel and dozens of experts have pointed out, violently sick people do manage to plan and pull off complicated and detailed assaults
Nov 14, 2013
While there are many fundamental problems with the Affordable Care Act that conservative blocks imposed on the system, it’s not too late to make changes that will ease the country into this new health-care model.
Nov 7, 2013
Lost in the marketing campaign are the dozens of reasons why we need to increase funding to public schools, the dozens of reasons why we have no choice but to raise taxes and how an income tax hike is the best, fairest and most pragmatic way to get the job done.
Oct 31, 2013
The hypocrisy, greed and arrogance of these Downtown Denver hoteliers and their backers is astounding, and it’s high time Aurora and other metro residents and groups stand up to them and tell them: no more.
Oct 24, 2013
EDITORIAL: Sentinel choices for school board: Cherry Creek: Perlis; APS: Nelson, Armstrong, Shepherd and Drevon
Just a few miles away, but worlds apart, Aurora Public Schools is at a crossroads. Eight years ago, community activists staged a coup on that school board, shaking off years of denial that the district — inundated with immigrants and struggling families — was failing
Oct 17, 2013
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Oct 3, 2013