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    The shooting at Columbine High School in Littleton, Colorado killing thirteen students and teachers shocked the world. “They were video gamers who seemed to be acting out some dark digital fantasy. It was as if all that exposure to computerized violence gave them the idea to go on a rampage – or at least fueled their urges” (Carey 1). The shooters of this incident learned their deadly skills from video games. Seventy percent of children ages eight to eighteen have access to violent video games at

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    ” said Colorado State Senate President John Morse as he quoted Robert F. Kennedy in a senate chamber filled with tension. Not unlike, Robert Kennedy, Morse stood up for what thought was right, he made a conscientious decision that cost him his political career. He decided to take a stance at a time when the nation was mourning the Aurora shootings in which James Holmes, shot and killed twelve people while injuring seventy others. Morse was petitioning to have a bill passed in the Colorado state legislature

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    The Rocky Mountains are an incredible mountain range located in North America in the Western Hemisphere. The mountain range stretches from northern Colorado and into southwestern Canada. It is home to a diverse ecosystem, both geographically and biologically and is revered as a monumental landform worldwide. The geologic history of the Rocky Mountains has come about as an aggregation of millions of years. Briefly speaking, the formation of the Rockies transpired from hundreds and millions of years

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    Water Rights in Colorado

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    Water has long been a controversy in countless places worldwide and Colorado is no exception. The water rights in Colorado involve different stages within the Prior Appropriation Law; the senior and junior water rights. Senior water rights are privileges that were the first to be issued on unappropriated streams in Colorado and are to be filled before the junior water right holders. Junior water rights are similar to senior water rights, but are filled after the senior water holders take their allotted

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    of tax dollars to the government. The State of Colorado and later Washington did just that and now their economic situation is much brighter than it was in the past before the legalization occurred. Whether is a good or bad idea to legalize marijuana can be argued, but the truth of the matter is that there is a lot of money to be made for many groups of individuals. Even high-ranking officials and powerful politicians know this and just like in Colorado, there is now a mutual relationship between the

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    In Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, the main character’s (Willy Loman) life stands to criticize middle-class Americans’ belief in the social mobility of the American dream. His belief that a likable and attractive man will undoubtedly become successful eventually leads to his rapid mental decline. Much like Willy, many Americans believe that success and opportunity are avail-able to all. However, the current inequality in the country and the shifting definition of the American Dream suggest that

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    Travelers and Tourism in Colorado

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    Colorado is such a beautiful state. It brings in a lot of outsiders but not only for its beauty, but for its history as well. Travelers and tourists have been visiting Colorado since before the 19th century. However, during the 19th century, the development of Colorado boomed greatly because of its iconic people and the fact that so many travelers and tourists enjoyed seeing Colorado. The people contributed to making Colorado history more appealing to tourists so the state really emerged. Tourism

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    The Reasons for American Towns as Violent and Lawless Places One of the main reasons law and order was not fulfilled in the newly developed towns was due to the fact that Washington, New York, Chicago ect. Were far away there was no one closer available to enforce the law and it was hard to communicate with the authorities in the more distant states. There was no way to maintain the ordinances laid out to the early settlers. Due to the difficulties surrounding communicating (i.e. Distance)

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    Wyoming-Colorado Border Wars

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    Wyoming-Colorado Border Wars Deep in the heart of the American West lie two of the largest, most rugged, beautiful states in the nation, both of which have long been engaged in a heated rivalry. North and South from one another, Wyoming and Colorado have been at a border war since before either even gained statehood. With 97,195 square miles, Wyoming is the 10th largest of all 50 states. While the state is vast in land, it is scarce in population. As of 2005, a mere 509,294 residents inhabit

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