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October has traditionally been a spooky month, with several market busts landing on the 10th month of the year. However, even though the third-quarter earnings typically add volatility, on average, October is not the worst month of the year. It makes you wonder whether markets, when they defy logic, have a history to follow no matter what the facts are. It could almost appear as a haunting. more
War is peace? Water is dry? Surplus is deficit? Who is confused here? The latest edition of the "Littleton Report" says (page 1 bottom of right-hand column) "Council's recent review of the city's five-year budget deficit highlighted the need for revitalization of commercial centers and how urban renewal can support and improve sales tax revenues." more
According to the Colorado Statesman, Andrew Romanoff, Democrat candidate for Colorado U. S. House District 6, has gotten over $200,00 from the secretive ActBlue PAC (political action committee), which has unknown contributors that earmark donations for specific candidates. more
I attended the Sept. 23 debate between Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman and his Democratic opponent, former Colorado House Speaker Andrew Romanoff. more
The South Suburban Parks and Recreation District is asking voters to approve a 2-mill property tax increase this November. more
It didn’t have anything to do with Second Amendment rights, self-protection, violence, or even the possibility of violence — but when I was little, just about everyone in my Colorado hometown … more
Homer Simpson didn't accept a gay man until one saved his life. In the 1997 “Simpsons” episode, “Homer's Phobia,” Homer and his family became friends with a man named John, who ran a … more
I think the biggest threat to the newspaper industry today resides in the possibility that, in many communities, the local paper is in grave danger of losing its soul. As we have standardized … more
If you are worried about me because I am retreading themes, and that I might be losing my grip, well, don't be worried. more
During a business trip this past week with my associates, we found ourselves in North Carolina and relying heavily upon our GPS system for directions. And with today's technology it is really almost impossible to get lost, unless of course we are either honest about our own operator errors, or fall victim to that relentless and somewhat irritating message: "Recalculating route." more
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