Everyone knows Brown loves Neville, and vice versa, and it goes beyond their mutual dream of eliminating all background checks on anyone who purchases any gun anywhere, in this life or the next.
When Hillary Clinton referred to the escalation of attacks on health care providers as "domestic terrorism" last month, there was a collective gasp in the media. But let's examine the facts behind the assertion.
Recently I had the chance to sit down with Dana Davis for a talk about the carousel of life and the upcoming Carousel Ball. The youngest daughter of Barbara and Marvin Davis, the family was living in Denver during the 70's, when Dana was diagnosed with Type I diabetes.
This is not your grandma's era where people used to pay for news and a map. Today's average consumer thinks they can have their cake for free, and eat it too.
When major brands use hipster images to push everything from jeans to cornflakes, where is the cutting-edge relevance?
Killing "in the name of conservation" or "in the name of education" or "in the name of whatever" simply needs to stop. It is wrong and sets a horrific precedent for future research and for children.
Killing the prairie dogs, or allowing them to be killed, is hardly "radical compassion." Indeed, it's radically dispassionate and utterly sickening. I wonder what Chögyam Trungpa would feel if he knew Naropa turned into a killing field. Let's hope and pray it does not.
Some Republicans, including Congressman Mike Coffman of Aurora, want to ban stem cell research because they consider embryos to be human life, even if the embryos are obtained from fertizilization clinics that would otherwise dispose of them.