Editorials

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Don’t read this, Jong-un

By Staff

Sony Pictures Entertainment may have had legitimate reasons for deciding not to release Seth Rogen’s new comedy “The Interview.” Threats lodged against the company if it had gone ahead with its planned Christmas Day release ...


Time for a different approach on Cuba

By The Daily Sentinel

America’s posture toward Cuba has changed little over the past half-century: Deny the legitimacy of its communist government by severing diplomatic relations and hope that privations from a unilateral embargo could stimulate a popular ...


Mirror, mirror on the wall

By The Daily Sentinel

The unsavory details of Paige Birgfeld’s personal life emerged as detectives attempted to identify her killer. Those details were amassed in a public document and formed the basis of a front page story in Sunday’s edition. If ...


Mind-body connection

By The Daily Sentinel

The opening of a new 11-bed in-patient psychiatric facility in Grand Junction adds an important resource for the Western Slope, which had lacked a way of treating those in psychiatric crisis. Transitions at West Springs fills a critical gap ...


The uphill battle to demonize marijuana

By The Daily Sentinel

Hollywood man of the moment Seth Rogen wanted to come to Colorado and organize a group smoke of legal marijuana during an early screening of his latest movie. “We are going to do a screening of #TheInterviewMovie in Colorado where I get ...


A different approach to economic development

By The Daily Sentinel

The work of the Mesa Land Trust has proven invaluable over the years as an economic development tool, even if that’s not the primary reason it has undertaken an ambitious “visioning” process for the Monument Road ...


‘Western Slope Way’ may offer a solution

By The Daily Sentinel

The more the Colorado Oil and Gas Task Force hears, the more convoluted the drilling controversy becomes. Based on comments from opposing sides of the state’s regulatory divide, it seems clear that a one-size-fits-all approach may ...


CIA lies exposed and we’re better for it

By The Daily Sentinel

There’s no shortage of shameful chapters in our history as a country. Slavery, segregation, the Trail of Tears and the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II are just a few examples of government-sanctioned human rights ...


A rudderless ship

By The Daily Sentinel

One of the more popular refrains during election season is that government should be run more like a business. But this view exposes a fundamental misunderstanding of the roles of the private and public sector. Efficiency in the private ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 9, 2014

By Staff

National public lands in states’ hands is a bad idea I appreciate the Sentinel bringing some common sense to the kooky notion of some of our leaders that we should spend time and resources tilting at windmills to force the federal ...


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