Editorials

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Artistic differences

By The Daily Sentinel

What to make of “Of Stones and Water,” the Christian Quintin painting designed for the Mesa State College Academic Building, but subsequently removed? For one thing, it seems like Sheena the Warrior Princess should be parading ...


Where (tax) credit’s due

By The Daily Sentinel

There is a reasonable argument to be made that the government should not offer tax breaks to encourage certain types of behavior, whether it’s buying a home, producing ethanol or driving a natural-gas powered vehicle. If that were behind ...


Gadhafi

The Libya conundrum

By The Daily Sentinel

A legal war is brewing over our undeclared war in Libya, and its effects may reach well beyond the insurrection in a North African nation. It could end up better defining the role of the executive and legislative branches in pursuing war. On ...


Colorado Roadless Rule makes sense for state

By Staff

The status of 4.2 million acres of inventoried roadless areas in national forests in Colorado has been uncertain for more than a decade, thanks to court cases and political battles. But before long, those backcountry tracts could have ...


So long, Mr. Weiner

By Staff

We admit the headline above sounds like a dirty joke. But, given Congressman Anthony Weiner’s last name and the sex messages he has admitted sending, it’s all but impossible to refer to him without producing smirks. Even some ...


Redistricting as it should be

By The Daily Sentinel

The legislative redistricting process that continued in Denver Monday is not quite the antithesis of the highly politicized congressional redistricting effort that imploded in the state Legislature earlier this year, but it is an example of ...


Gas pains and gains

By The Daily Sentinel

Prices for natural gas futures have risen more than 17 percent the past three months, and they continued to gain last week, in part due to the ongoing heat wave blanketing much of the East Coast and Midwest. That’s because natural gas ...


Montrose No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s easy to understand Montrose City Councilman Thomas Smits’ anger, expressed during a public meeting Tuesday night. It seems two of his colleagues on the council, Councilwomen Carol McDermott and Gail Marvel, took it upon ...


Excess baggage

By The Daily Sentinel

Delta Airlines and several others beat a hasty retreat this week after coming under attack from some U.S. soldiers upset about the airline’s fees for excess baggage. It was the only sensible strategic action for the airline, which ...


Downtown revival

By The Daily Sentinel

Main Street will come alive this afternoon and evening with the opening of the 2011 American National Bank Farmers Market in downtown Grand Junction, an event that will take place each Thursday until Sept. 15. Equally important, the event will ...


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