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If you are like me, you really enjoy it when you can see a leader leading by example. There are some who lead their families, others lead companies or teams, and still others lead communities, organizations, and associations. And yet the ones we … more
Looking at me now, you would never guess that I played basketball. Looking at me now, you would never guess that I played anything. Maybe the radio. I am not trying to make a favorable impression. I just want to remind myself now and then that I … more
"We are Charlie" seems like a long time ago now. Ferguson seems like a long time ago now. So do the marches and protests over the death of Eric Garner. Four hundred schoolgirls were … more
Most seasoned investors are used to volatility. In fact, in recent years that is all we have ever known — that the stock market is a roller coaster. No matter what the catalyst is, whether it … more
Have you ever found yourself so distracted during a conversation where you had to ask the other person, "What did you say?" And maybe it's not even the fact that you were distracted - maybe the … more
Initiative 300, on the ballot in a special election in Littleton, is a direct attack on private property rights. Why should a property owner have to ask the voters, who have no "skin in the game," … more
The Littleton City Council has, in general, been ignoring the citizens who want a chance to have their input actually heard and considered before making decisions that will create a major financial … more
Urban renewal is the latest in a long string of issues in which the City of Littleton finds itself fighting to effect progressive change against those who would prefer to maintain the status … more
Even though I have two pioneer-spirited daughters, I don’t always think of how women in history seem to be neglected in a male-centric telling of the story. Besides that, breaking boundaries and … more
Congratulations to the city of Littleton as it approaches its 125th birthday in March.  Long-term vision and ongoing reinvestment have led to healthy schools and neighborhoods, strong … more
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