Editorials

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Retire this junkyard

By The Daily Sentinel

No one can accuse Mesa County officials of acting hastily in their effort to eliminate an illegal tire dump on 17 acres near De Beque. They began their quest to get the tires removed from Stan Eisenach’s property in 1996, and proceeded ...


No need for this juvenile change

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County District Attorney Pete Hautzinger is right about legislation at the state Capitol aimed at reducing the life sentences of 48 people convicted of murders they committed as juveniles. There is no reason these violent killers deserve ...


Dodging the deficit won’t help country

By The Daily Sentinel

There is a growing realization in Washington, D.C., these days that the time is ripe to do something about our deficit and the national debt. Many politicians of both parties, along with economic experts and political pundits, say we must act ...


This doesn’t compute

By The Daily Sentinel

In the second decade of the 21st century, Colorado continues to depend on — and have problems with — computer systems seemingly designed in the age of giant mainframes and floppy disks for home computers. Witness the latest ...


Reasonable limits on driving stoned

By The Daily Sentinel

Legislation wending its way through the state Capitol would set specific, measurable limits on how much THC — the active ingredient in marijuana — a person could have in his or her system before being considered too impaired to ...


What’s in a name change?

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa State College, as most folks in this area know, is contemplating a name change. So, beginning next week, students and faculty, staff members and alumni will start receiving surveys asking them to list their preferences among more than 60 ...


Carry on

By The Daily Sentinel

Those who wish to carry concealed weapons in Colorado can continue to do so — under the same requirements that have been in place for the better part of a decade. They won’t be able to legally pack a pistol in their pocket without ...


Fuel of the future

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s premature to predict the death of the nuclear energy industry, as some folks are already doing in the wake of the Japanese power-plant disaster following an earthquake and tsunami earlier this month. But it’s clear that ...


Revolt in Utah over open records

By The Daily Sentinel

Members of the Republican-dominated Utah state Legislature must have been patting themselves on the back earlier this month after they overwhelmingly passed a bill eviscerating Utah’s open records law, especially as it applies to the ...


There are no goals for the no-fly zone

By The Daily Sentinel

The United States and its NATO allies — with vocal support from the Arab League but little actual military assistance — are now engaged in a war in Libya. It’s called enforcing a no-fly zone. But, make no mistake about it, ...


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