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Pity the Dugongs: U.S. DOD Says Court Has No Jurisdiction

Tom King | Posted 01.25.2015 | Politics
Tom King

The dugong is a sacred animal on Okinawa, associated with the ancient origins of the Okinawan people and with their continuing welfare. As a result, the dugong is officially listed as a "Natural Monument" under Japan's "Law for the Protection of Cultural Properties" (LPCP). What will become of the dugongs' case in Okinawa?

Obama, "Green" Energy, and Indian Tribes

Tom King | Posted 03.24.2014 | Politics
Tom King

Barack Obama, son of an anthropologist, might be expected to respect Indian tribes. Some of his words suggest that he does. But behind his rhetoric, the Obama administration runs roughshod over tribal cultural and spiritual values.

A Fall Color e-Hike On Boulder's South Side (PHOTOS)

Rich Wolf | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Rich Wolf

I know you are busy reading your political blogs but hiking helps to relieve angst so come along with Mandy, the dog, and me for a brief virtual tour...