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As we look back on "Bike to Work Week" we should be thinking about bikes' advantages over automobiles for most of the trips we take around town.
Early, pre-vote thoughts on what to do next, in the unlikely event the Justice Center didn't get enough votes once again, over night became become quite relevant.
That President Obama would appoint as his FCC Chair someone who lobbies the FCC, Congress, and the White House on behalf of communications companies is outrageous.
There was a day when creative Johnson County citizens refused to accept that "There Is No Alternative" to a challenge. The Justice Center requires no less.
Following the Justice Center debate, with vote to come May 7? You should be. There's lots at stake. Two lawyers face off on some of the issues.
There's a happy, win-win approach to Johnson County's courts and jail needs that is well within reach. Let's grab it.
Iowa and Iowa City bet $14.2 million from taxpayers on Nadicom. We'd have been better off if they'd just taken our money to the Riverside Casino.
The FCC gave Iowa's state universities special privilege radio licenses, because their stations would be (a) "educational" and (b) "non-commercial." They're neither.
Here's an effort to pokesa finger up a loophole and explains with video the dance step politicians learn to avoid the obvious.
If "a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step," what's Congress' "single step" on the way to a control of our national debt?
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