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AboutBoulder Welcomes Our Sister Site: OnAspen!

I am Excited and Pleased to announce that OnAspen is up and active!Sister Sites in Boulder and Denver Welcome OnAspen!

As Gerry Goldstein says, “It’s an opportunity for us to cross-pollinate.”  And he has always shared his knowledge. That is true for Aspen, Boulder, and Denver in a truly stand-out way.  The synergistic possibilities for OnDenver, OnAspen, and AboutBoulder are significant.

AboutBoulder can amplify OnAspen’s already strong voice, immediately. Aspen will benefit from the activity level of the Boulder site. And of course AboutBoulder benefits.

I look forward to being a part of the sharing of Aspen’s luminaries in the arts, the sciences, literature, health, the law. sports, and the rest of the greatness that is Aspen. The sites have both unique as well as shared content, and new blog content is always welcome.

We pride ourselves in the humongous number of hits and page views we get. We got a million page views a month for the first four months of 2024. And we’re getting amplified. We also are quite fortunate in having a long history of being syndicated by NewsBreak.com  They are a mega-site with 45 million hit/month. Our blogs are syndicated close to 100% of the time because of the quality of the content.

AboutBoulder is truly the “Mouse That Roared.” And now OnAspen joins the party!

To reach a million page views a month took seven years.  Now that the platform is built, we can significantly boost OnAspen. We will be providing content as smoothly as always.  The meekest mouse can bring forth a roar. You remember The Mouse That Roared? SPOILER AHEAD.

“The Mouse That Roared” is a satirical novel written by Leonard Wibberley in 1955. It tells the story of the tiny, fictional European duchy of Grand Fenwick, which declares war on the United States in a desperate attempt to solve its economic problems. The leaders of Grand Fenwick believe that losing the war will result in generous post-war aid from the U.S., similar to the Marshall Plan.

However, the plan goes awry when Grand Fenwick accidentally wins the war by capturing a powerful American doomsday device. This unexpected victory forces the world to take the tiny nation seriously, highlighting the absurdity of international politics and the power of the “little” people to make a significant impact on the global stage. The book humorously explores themes of power, politics, and the unexpected influence of small entities.

Lenny Lensworth Frieling

Shared Knowledge Is Power!



Leonard Frieling Pen Of Justice Legal Blogger
  • Senior Counsel Emeritus to the Boulder Law firm Dolan + Zimmerman LLP : (720)-610-0951
  • Former Judge
  • Photographer of the Year, AboutBoulder 2023
  • First Chair and Originator of the Colorado Bar Association’s Cannabis Law Committee, a National first.
  • Previous Chair, Boulder Criminal Defense Bar (8 years)
  • Twice chair Executive Counsel, Colorado Bar Association Criminal Law Section
  • NORML Distinguished Counsel Circle
  • Life Member, NORML Legal Committee
  • Life Member, Colorado Criminal Defense Bar
  • Board Member Emeritus, Colorado NORML
  • Chair, Colorado NORML, 7 years including during the successful effort to legalize recreational pot in Colorado
  • Media work, including episodes of Fox’s Power of Attorney, well in excess of many hundreds media interviews, appearances, articles, and podcasts, including co-hosting Time For Hemp for two years.
  • Board member, Author, and Editor for Criminal Law Articles for the Colorado Lawyer, primary publication of the Colorado Bar Assoc. 7 Years, in addition to having 2 Colorado Lawyer cover photos, and numerous articles for the Colorado Lawyer monthly publication.
  • LEAP Speaker, multi-published author, University lectures Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, Denver University Law School, Univ. of New Mexico, Las Vegas NM, and many other schools at all levels.
  • http://www.Lfrieling.com
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