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Wildlands reconsidered

By The Daily Sentinel

The acknowledgment by Bureau of Land Management Director Robert Abbey Tuesday that federal officials “did a terrible job” of explaining a short-lived wildlands plan was a refreshing bit of reflection by a top federal official. To ...


Voters stay centered

By The Daily Sentinel

Back in the glory days of the Democratic Party — circa 2008 — there was much talk that the Republican Party had been so badly vanquished that it might never fully recover. It could end up as little more than a regional political ...


Can Congress deliver mail Rx?

By The Daily Sentinel

On Monday, Democrats in Congress introduced legislation that would give the U.S. Postal Service an additional three months to figure out how it will make a $5 billion payment to a fund for its future retirees. Such an extension would be a ...


Rick Perry on point about Social Security

By The Daily Sentinel

Texas Gov. Rick Perry seems to create a fresh controversy every week, even as polls show him moving further ahead of his fellow GOP presidential contenders. During last week’s Republican debate, Mitt Romney tried to score points against ...


Scott ‘What conflict?’ Gessler

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler is again pushing the boundaries of political conflict of interest, then wondering why anyone would raise questions about his behavior. In the latest installment, Republican Gessler has agreed to ...


The legacy of 9/11

By The Daily Sentinel

Remember that sense of unity that existed in the days and weeks immediately after Sept. 11, 2001? The feeling that we were one nation, mourning, but ready to take on a common enemy? A decade later, that seems like a quaint notion, a ...


Release photo of bin Laden for 9/11

By The Daily Sentinel

Four months after Osama bin Laden was tracked down and killed by American intelligence and military teams — and 10 years after he engineered the devastating terrorist attacks against the United States — it’s time to release ...


The jobs dilemma

By The Daily Sentinel

Whether one is Democrat or Republican, a Keynesian or a supply-sider, you may be confused about the best means to spur job development in our stagnant economy. Take President Barack Obama’s latest jobs plan, announced last night. ...


Don’t waste money on Flaming Gorge fiasco

By The Daily Sentinel

When the Colorado Water Board Meets in Grand Junction next week, the state’s lead water agency will be asked to spend $150,000 to establish a task force to investigate the Flaming Gorge Pipeline proposal. The water conservation board ...


More rural reps are needed on state panel

By The Daily Sentinel

After fielding questions last week about the makeup of a new state education panel — only three of the 38 members are from the Western Slope and there are none from the Eastern Plains — a spokeswoman for Lt. Gov. Joe Garcia said ...


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