Saturday, December 12, 2009
In the article "Colorado Springs lab says blood alcohol test wrong" by P. Solomon Banda is about blood-alcohol tests being wrong causing people DUI's. I believe that there's technology out there better than the breathalyzer that cops can carry around with them that would prevent this from happening. This article is important because people need to know the consequences of getting a DUI and how they can prevent themselves from getting one.
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
In the article "More snow and cold expected in Denver" by Victoria Barbatelli is about the weather change for the Denver area from December 5th to December 12th. The weather is either supposed to be snowing and cold. This is important to the world because people need to know how bad the atmosphere is becoming due to pollution. This is important to education because scientists can study the weather patterns and figure out how to fix the economy. This is important to me because I need to know what the temperature is going to be and because I'm helping destroy the environment.
Sunday, December 6, 2009
In the article "Nerf guns banned on CU-Boulder Campus" by Kevin Torres is about Nerf guns being considered weapons on the CU-Boulder Campus. This is important to the world because you don't know for sure if a gun is real or fake. This is important to education because all schools should ban possible weapons such as Nerf guns. This is important to me because someone could bring what looks like a fake gun to school and kill someone else.
Thursday, December 3, 2009
In the article "322 will retire, saving Denver $11 million a year" by the Denver Post explains Mayer John Hookenlooper's program to save Denver $11 million in the future by having 322 people retire. I think this is a good way to get the economy to grow because people will start making more money and have a higher demand for products therefore making others richer and wanting to buy more products. If this cycle continued the cash flow would grow and the U.S could possibly have a better economy.