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What’s concealed in latest gun legislation

By The Daily Sentinel

In the decade since Colorado adopted a statewide law authorizing county sheriffs to issue concealed-weapons permits to those who meet certain requirements, the law has worked very well. In 2010 alone, some 19,372 people applied for ...


Deficit dynamics

By The Daily Sentinel

The worst-kept secret in Washington these days is that a bipartisan group of senators has been meeting quietly in an attempt to hammer out a plan to deal with the nation’s budget and deficit problems — including entitlements. The ...


Indefensible

By The Daily Sentinel

The presidential decision announced Wednesday — that the Obama administration will no longer defend the Defense of Marriage Act passed by Congress in 1996 — creates an unnecessary dispute between two branches of the federal ...


A better recipe

By The Daily Sentinel

The process a committee chosen to evaluate potential food-service vendors for Tiara Rado and Lincoln Park golf courses appears to be better designed to meet the needs of the courses and their customers than an earlier, controversial ...


Its not too late to change these fees

By The Daily Sentinel

Few things about the increased vehicle registration fees adopted by the state Legislature in 2009 angered Coloradans as much as the late fees, which could run as much as $100, on top of the new, higher registration costs. State Rep. Randy ...


First-lady follies

By The Daily Sentinel

Michelle Obama is finding the glass house she resides in more transparent than ever, even when she’s on vacation in Colorado. Some of the criticism she’s received in the past week is deserved, but some of it is patently ...


Tipton

Release Naval gas funds to the Western Slope

By The Daily Sentinel

Third District Rep. Scott Tipton is trying to accomplish what several other members of Colorado’s congressional delegation have attempted — so far unsuccessfully. Tipton wants the U.S. Department of Interior to release royalty ...


Bypassing I-70’s bottleneck blues

By The Daily Sentinel

Anyone who has the misfortune to be traveling the wrong direction on Interstate 70 on a busy ski or holiday weekend is familiar with the bottlenecks that develop at several locations as the traffic slows to a crawl. One of the worst such ...


Gov Walker

Wisconsin Dems play Al Capone in reverse

By The Daily Sentinel

Back in the Roaring ‘20s, notorious Chicago mobster Al Capone and his cohorts were known to head north, to hideouts near Madison, Wis., and elsewhere in the Badger State when the heat was on in Illinois. Now, Democrats in the Wisconsin ...


Unions due

By The Daily Sentinel

The legislation introduced in the Colorado Senate on Valentine’s Day, to offer legal status to civil unions between members of the same sex, has numerous cosponsors in the House and Senate. All of them are Democrats. Republicans in the ...


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