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Carman: Fourth of July is a chance to finally face some not-so-self-evident truths

It’s Independence Day, a celebration of the declaration that inspired a scrappy people to rise in opposition to their colonial oppressors and establish a great nation.  On this, there is little controversy.  Beautifully written and lofty in its ideals, the Declaration of Independence not only establishes that “all men are created equal,” but beseeches people […]

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With classes set to start online next week, Denver schools are short thousands of computers

Five days from starting a new school year online, the Denver district has a computer shortage. Denver Public Schools ordered 12,500 computers but not all of them have arrived, spokesperson Winna MacLaren said. The district serves about 92,000 students. District officials on Wednesday cited a nationwide device shortage caused by global supply chain issues. Denver […]