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Populist pandering

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There’s no question that many Americans are frustrated by the fact that children of illegal immigrants are citizens of this country simply because they were born within our borders, even if their parents broke the law to get to this ...

College mathematics

By The Daily Sentinel

For those challenged by the numeric nonsense of college athletic conferences these days, here’s a quick calculation as of Tuesday: ✔ Big 10: Has 12 teams. ✔ Big 12: Has 10 teams. ✔ Pac-10: Has 11 teams. Got ...

Council stays mellow on medical marijuana

By The Daily Sentinel

Despite the sign-carrying demonstrators who marched outside City Hall Monday evening, the Grand Junction City Council doesn’t appear inclined to suddenly slam the door on medical marijuana within the city. Rather, the council is taking ...

Salazar caught in an oil slick

By The Daily Sentinel

The BP oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico has taken its toll on birds and fish, wetlands and the coastal economy. A significant number of people also think it should mark the end of Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar’s career as a member ...

Local dream goes cold

By The Daily Sentinel

The long community effort to establish an indoor ice arena in the Grand Valley, and the subsequent use of the Glacier Ice Arena once it opened, have demonstrated convincingly there is immense interest in skating sports — even in the high ...

Moratorium gets drilled

By The Daily Sentinel

The Obama administration was going to be different from the Bush team, candidate Barack Obama assured us. It would be more transparent and would rely on science, not politics, to guide important decisions on natural resources. Yet, in the ...

The Buffaloes head west

By The Daily Sentinel

The University of Colorado Buffaloes utilized their hurry-up offense this week, and with good reason. CU jumped from the Big 12 athletic conference to the Pac- 10, pre-empting the possibility that it could be left without a conference if the ...

Petulance in Palisade

By The Daily Sentinel

The Daily Sentinel has long argued against recall elections for public officials in most circumstances. Recall is a heavy hammer usually brought out to address a few minor problems or public disputes. It should only be employed when there is ...

Safety questions rocked gravel plan

By The Daily Sentinel

Skepticism is always in order when NIMBYism rears its head. No one wants a gas well, garbage dump or gravel pit in his backyard. But we need all of those things in locations that are appropriate. However, just because residents of a certain ...

Primary messages

By The Daily Sentinel

The messages from Tuesday’s primary elections weren’t as clear as some previous primaries, other than the fact that a Y chromosome wasn’t a very useful attribute this week. Women dominated in the primary victories from South ...

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