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Rocky students learn to think big in negotiation class


It took some time, but the 20-some students in an upper-division negotiation class at Rocky Mountain College recently came to an agreement under which North Korea will give up all its nuclear weapons. Better yet, the international community agreed at the last minute that universal nuclear disarmament was a good idea, too, so all nations will eliminate their stocks of nuclear weapons within 10 years. (more…) Continue Reading →

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The Land Rover Defender: Discontinued but immortal


On Friday, Jan. 29, the final Land Rover Defender rolled off the assembly line in the Midlands town of Solihull, England. The demise of this legendary line of four-wheel- drive automotive workhorses marks a significant milestone in automotive history. The world seems just a bit smaller and a lot softer for it. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Israeli flag in Crow Tribe’s veterans park stirs contention


When Crow elected officials raised a new flag at the Apsaalooke Veterans Park last week, it immediately raised eyebrows—and the ire—of some tribal members. Flying alongside flags representing the state of Montana, the Crow Nation, the United States and the U.S. military was the Israeli “Star of David” flag. (more…) Continue Reading →

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So-called scientists need to get their ducks in a row

I hope you all saw the brilliant letter to the editor in the Gazette this morning. It was a masterpiece — clever, sarcastic and absolutely irrefutable. And short. So short I’ll just reprint it, rather than linking to it:

“I see the United Nations is backing another summit on climate change. I wish the alarmists would make up their minds. Continue Reading →

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