Beth Klein Boulder Attorney Suggests How to Help Refugees

“Nothing is so firmly believed as that which we least know.” ― Michel de Montaigne, The Complete Essays As America balances on the head of the pin of the future, two camps firmly believe in polar opposite scenarios. And each camp is entrenched in a siloed world view, and the silos must be broken. OverContinue reading “Beth Klein Boulder Attorney Suggests How to Help Refugees”

Who are the electors -give them a call.

Here is a list of the Electors and their current position on their vote. I have also included whether they are mandated to vote in a certain way. Consider talking to them and please let me know who you called and the results. Alabama Electors: 9, pledged but not mandated Federally to vote for DonaldContinue reading “Who are the electors -give them a call.”

Who are the Electors – Call Them?

Here is a list of the Electors and their current position on their vote.  I have also included whether they are mandated to vote in a certain way.  Consider talking to them. Alabama Electors: 9, pledged but not mandated Federally to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President Perry O.Continue reading “Who are the Electors – Call Them?”

Aleppo has fallen

After years of fighting and an incalculable bloody human toll, insurgents agreed to a ceasefire.  Rebels said fighting would end on Tuesday evening and insurgents and the civilians who have been trapped in Aleppo will leave the city for opposition-held areas of the countryside to the west. What brought us to this war? Syrians complainedContinue reading “Aleppo has fallen”

Day 16 – The Long Walk to Justice: The Sioux

History is written by the victors – for a while.  Custer was glorified for his grisly campaign and mourned when he died in the hills in northern Wyoming.  But a new consciousness arose when Helen Hunt Jackson wrote A Century of Dishonor and Dee Brown’s 1970  Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee was published. These booksContinue reading “Day 16 – The Long Walk to Justice: The Sioux”

Beth Klein Boulder Attorney Letter15

Feb. 20, 1962, John Glenn became an iconic explorer.  Breaking the trail into space and advancing technology on earth.  He died today. Millions of people invented materials, electronics, fuels, and a myriad of binary codes to make Glenn’s three trips around the earth possible.  Five hours on Feb. 20, 1962 was a culmination of allContinue reading “Beth Klein Boulder Attorney Letter15”

Daily Letters to Trump: Day 12

Boulder County installed posters assuring employees and visitors to those buildings, that they’re in a “Safe Zone.” There are English and Spanish versions of the posters, which state that “This space respects all aspects of people including race, ethnicity, gender expression, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, political affiliation, age, religion, body shape, size and ability.” BoulderContinue reading “Daily Letters to Trump: Day 12”

Daily Letters to Trump: Day 11

The Spirit of the Cuban People I spend most of the month of May 2016 in Cuba with a delegation from Trees, Water People. Our delegation included solar power experts, a bilingual pediatrician, the Founder of Mother Love (a plant expert), an ornithologist, music promoters, lawyers, a Red-Diaper Baby who runs a toy store inContinue reading “Daily Letters to Trump: Day 11”

Daily Letter to Trump: Day 10

The Marriage of the U2 Dragon Ladies and the White Hat Hackers. In August 1952 – in complete secrecy – at the the Lockheed Skunk Works – the original Dragon Lady first flew. Early flights over the Soviet Union in the late 1950s provided the president and other U.S. decision makers with key intelligence onContinue reading “Daily Letter to Trump: Day 10”

Daily Letter to Trump: Day 9

Should we pardon Turkeys? One of the silliest functions of the Presidency is to pardon the Turkey. An 1865 dispatch from White House reporter Noah Brooks is the oldest-known account of a presidential turkey clemency concerning Abraham Lincoln sparing a a Christmas turkey that his son Tad loved. John F. Kennedy appears to have beenContinue reading “Daily Letter to Trump: Day 9”

Daily Letter to Trump: Day 8

Why do people flee from Central America? Mara Salvatrucha, or MS-13 has made El Salvador the murder capital of the world. Thousands of good men, women and children pay traffickers and make dangerous journeys to escape from the violence. They hope for a peaceful future, education, and prosperity. With 103 homicides per 100,000 residents lastContinue reading “Daily Letter to Trump: Day 8”

Daily Letter to Trump: Day 7

“Often we create prisons for ourselves [and others] by thinking and talking in certain ways. Just shifting the way we use words can be enough to let us out.” (Macaro and Bagini, 2014) During the past week, I was with many talented and powerful women. Two stand out: a former Tenth Circuit Clerk who nowContinue reading “Daily Letter to Trump: Day 7”