Monday, February 19, 2018 -
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Editorials

Does Colorado need the Olympics?

Listen to the winter Olympics promoters, and you’ll learn that never again will a single Coloradan pay a single cent in taxes. You won’t hear a word about values....

The Kansas kids are all right

And they say young people don’t care about politics anymore. Not so fast. One Kansan teen more than cares — he’s running for governor. That is, unless the state...

Half-staff in Colorado

Across the street from the Intermountain Jewish News is the Colorado Dept. of Labor. Two flagpoles stand in front: one, flying the State of Colorado flag; the other, the...

The anti-Holocaust speech law in Poland will have exactly the opposite of its intended effect

Poland let the world know, loud and clear, that it was not responsible for the Holocaust to any extent, in any way, shape or form. Poland passed a law outlawing, for...

Pentagon’s new nuclear weapons, and updated ones: Does this make any sense?

Russia, the US and China can already destroy the world many times over. Why does the US need new nuclear weapons? Do not Russia and the US already possess enough...

Housing shortage? 
High vacancy rates?

On Jan. 24, the lead article in Sunday’s Denver Post was “Denver’s chronic housing shortage.” Yet on Jan. 19, the Denver Post reported: “Thousands of new...

Eighteen years of leadership 

In the 1980s, the leaders of Yeshiva Toras Chaim acknowledged something very important: a yeshiva can and should be more than a high school for its students. They...

No Yiddish-speaking Jews allowed into the US

We think it is quite good enough to say that adults who come to the US illegally do not have many rights here, and that those who would come to the US illegally deserve...

Denver Academy of Torah at 25

We have had occasion to note on these pages recently the admirable track record of three Denver Jewish day schools reaching the half- century mark. It can be difficult...

Hockey sticks ‘em!

What a difference a year makes! It’s a shame that Denver is, to a large degree, a one-team town. Because people are missing out on  the incredible phenomenon that is...