Editorials

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Justice demands a harsh sentence

By Staff

Steven Clay Romero may be the only person in this country who doesn’t “get it” when it comes to the grisly nature of the crime he is alleged to have committed — dragging a dog to death — last week on Colorado ...


How to roll strikes in ‘Energy Alley’

By Staff

With apologies to Mark Twain and his remark about the weather, everybody talks about the booms and busts of the western Colorado economy, but nobody does anything about them. Well, it might be time to change that. The Daily Sentinel began a ...


Penry still a force to be reckoned with

By Staff

Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry’s announcement late last week that he will not seek re-election to his Senate post was not quite as surprising as his announcement of a few months ago, when he dropped out of the race for ...


The legally flawed ‘Nebraska Compromise’

By Staff

From the moment health care reform emerged as issue of Congress’ 2009 agenda, Republicans and Democrats have exchanged rhetorical volleys and parliamentary maneuvers aimed at passing, slowing or halting passage of a bill. It’s not ...


Forecast for 2010: It will be unpredictable

By Staff

It’s the start of a new year — even a new decade, if you don’t accept the math-geek argument that this is really the final year of the past decade. So it’s the time when a lot of folks — pundits, politicians, ...


Original purpose of marijuana initiative is going up in smoke

By Staff

The medical marijuana industry in Colorado has gone to pot. There, the obvious pun needed to be said and gotten out of the way, but it’s not too far off the mark. The marijuana dispensary industry, put into place by citizen initiative, ...


California dreamin’

By Staff

Next up on the federal bailout schedule: California. At least that’s what California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is hoping, according to a recent Los Angeles Times news story. Like nearly every other governor in the country, ...


Methane and coal

By Staff

This week’s “Energy Alley” series by Daily Sentinel reporters Gary Harmon and Dennis Webb is providing an enlightening look at the vast and varied energy resources available in this region. Those resources have fueled both ...


Iran in turmoil

By Staff

The brutish dictators who rule Iran obviously fear the democratic protesters who have been rallying against them in the last few days. So, they have done what other authoritarians have done throughout history: They have increased their ...


Terror takes flight in U.S. once again

By Staff

We’re glad to see Homeland Security Director Jane Napolitano has reconsidered her Sunday comment that “the system worked” to thwart a would-be terrorist who tried to blow up a jet airliner bound for Detroit on Christmas ...


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