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Wednesday, 19 September 2012

Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Although Gov. Mitt Romney has largely confounded the media while trying to sway voters over to his increasingly difficult to pinpoint health care plan, his comments are not evading one 12-year-old Coloradan.
A Future Of Bigger Wildfires More Often For U.S. West
ACLU Settles Breastfeeding Case
Polls Show Obama Gains in Key Swing States
R.I.P. Romney Campaign
Barbra Streisand: Obama vs. Romney: A Clear Choice
Do we want to go backward with Mitt Romney or move forward with President Obama? On Tuesday, November 6th, the American people will have the power to make that choice.
Jason Salzman: A Congressman Turns "Town Hall Meetings" Into Private, Corporate Affairs?
When I think of a "town hall meeting," what does not come to mind is a private gathering for employees at big corporation or even a small corporation. Apparently Mike Coffman is re-inventing the term.
Landon Jones: Millie and Me
Mega-fires like Millie will become increasingly common in the years to come, as climate-change clears our forests. The men and women who fight fires in our country are the best we -- and our government -- have to offer.
Gil Asakawa: A Visit to Nan Desu Kan Anime Convention Spotlights Cosplay
You don't need to be an anime expert to appreciate the crazy freakshow (in the good way) of cosplay that we saw at Nan Desu Kan, Denver's anime convention, now in its 16th year.
Laura Brounstein: 10 Fall 2012 Shows Worth Your Time
In a sea of how'd they convince anyone that was a good idea pilots, there are ten newbies that you should not miss, that everyone will be buzzing about because they are so transportingly fun.

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