Editorials

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Body farm plan is not a stinker

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa State College likely won’t go through the city’s planning process to obtain a city permit for its body farm — officially known as a forensic anthropology center — for the simple reason that the law doesn’t ...


Can they track you now?

By The Daily Sentinel

Cell phones have become ubiquitous in modern life. We use them in our homes and cars, while shopping or doing business, perhaps even when we attend political rallies or protest gatherings. Now, the Obama administration wants access to ...


A plan that deserves condemnation

By The Daily Sentinel

To the west of us in Utah a few state lawmakers have ginned up a plan to gain control of federal lands in that state by a simple means: They want to condemn them. Great. All the West needs is every state official or local government potentate ...


Politics getting gassed

By The Daily Sentinel

For the third straight election cycle, rules governing oil and gas drilling in this state are front and center in Colorado’s political campaigns. But the issue has changed dramatically. Four years ago, demand for tougher environmental ...


King puts himself in political crosshairs

By The Daily Sentinel

When a House Ethics Committee began looking into allegations that state Rep. Steve King improperly intermingled state legislative reimbursement funds and campaign money, the Grand Junction Republican claimed it was a politically motivated ...


A fine for public lands

By The Daily Sentinel

Oh great, some people may say, just what the federal government needs — another means to extract large amounts of money from people. In the case of a bill introduced by Colorado Sen. Mark Udall and 3rd District Rep. John Salazar, there ...


Stimulating jobs

By The Daily Sentinel

The latest federal jobs bill making its way around snowbound Washington this week is much less ambitious than a measure approved by the House last December, and it focuses more on tax credits for businesses that hire people who are ...


No legal fix needed for state liquor system

By The Daily Sentinel

Here’s a problem that could drive business-oriented state lawmakers to drink. Some businesses in the state are lobbying hard for the right to expand their ability to sell liquor, arguing it will boost convenience and lower prices for ...


Cameo conundrum

By The Daily Sentinel

Saving jobs in Western Colorado is important, but it shouldn’t come at the expense of conservative principles that argue against government interference in private businesses. Yet that appears to be exactly what is happening with ...


New Orleans recovery effort

By The Daily Sentinel

They may have been a bit dazed and bleary-eyed in New Orleans Monday, following Super Bowl victory parties Sunday night that went into the wee hours of the morning. But, in a city known for its party atmosphere, quick recoveries are expected. ...


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