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Best Threat to the Tranquility of Highlands Ranch Denver 2007 - The Question Alliance

There's a growing threat to the manicured Pleasantville atmosphere of Highlands Ranch: the Question Alliance. Spearheaded by locals James and Diane Schrack, the Question Alliance is essentially the community-outreach wing of the increasingly loud and proud Highlands Ranch Democrats. These inquisitive activists requisition the corner of University Avenue and Highlands Ranch Parkway roughly one Saturday morning a month and wave carefully coordinated signs, which bear a new question each session: "Should more of our soldiers die in Iraq?" "Has our government forgotten Katrina victims?" "Is the U.S. doing enough to stop the genocide in Darfur, Sudan?" These are not the usual thoughts that occupy Highland Ranchers as they go about their weekend errands, but the Question Alliance isn't going away -- at least not until they get some answers.
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Kendra
Kendra

Growing up in Highlands Ranch, I wish I would have known about this group earlier. Highlands Ranch is such a stuffy, uptight place that their biggest concern is where they can bulid a bigger parking lot for the ten new christian churches that are being built. Im glad someone has the balls to get out there and get these peoples heads out of their behinds!

CC Colorado
CC Colorado

The Best threat to the status quo is the increasing turn toward God which is the single biggest threat to the growth of the Highlands Ranch Democrats.

Debbie Waugh
Debbie Waugh

Regardless of our political beliefs, these questions concern us all. I am glad to know that residents of Highlands Ranch are reminded to reflect on those issues facing our country. Kudos to the Question Alliance!

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