Editorials

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When no watchdog barks

By The Daily Sentinel

When Sherlock Holmes searched for a missing racehorse, the fact that a watchdog failed to bark proved to Holmes that no stranger had entered the stable. But in Bell, Calif. — where city officials systematically looted the municipal ...


Park it here

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s been almost two decades since then-Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell and officials with Colorado National Monument began assessing local support for turning the red towers, cliffs and canyons west of Grand Junction into a national ...


Going gaga over political gamesmanship

By The Daily Sentinel

Lady Gaga, it turns out, has only limited political clout. Thank goodness for that. On Monday, the celebrity songstress known for her bizarre outfits, held a rally in Maine, pleading for Congress, including Maine’s two GOP senators ...


Tax cuts tip against the scales of justice

By The Daily Sentinel

A refund check of $530 from Mesa County won’t go far toward putting more people to work — at The Daily Sentinel or any of the other businesses in the county that has received a reimbursement for the county’s share of business ...


Not breathing easy in Battlement Mesa

By The Daily Sentinel

For some time, residents of Battlement Mesa have argued that natural gas drilling in their Garfield County community would have a deleterious effect, not just on their property values and views, but on their health. Now they have an academic ...


Not so positive news

By The Daily Sentinel

To millions of Americans — especially those unable to find decent-paying jobs, or struggling to keep businesses alive or fighting to maintain minimum levels of government service — the announcement Monday that the economic ...


The cat’s meow

By Staff

There’s lynx grandchildren in Colorado now, and that’s wonderful news. Eleven years after the first lynx were reintroduced to this state from Canada and Alaska, the shy cats that live in the mountains now have a self-sustaining ...


Civil Discourse gumball

Gumball grading highlights pettiness of political discourse

By The Daily Sentinel

Let’s face it: Voters of all political ideologies and party affiliations get weary of the pettiness of politics — the childish attacks and snide comments that have nothing to do with issues and everything to do with personalities. ...


McConnell’s crusade

By The Daily Sentinel

Brave Bob McConnell has embarked on a lonely crusade to fight the unconstitutional authority of a federal agency. At least, that’s what the former Republican candidate for the 3rd Congressional District would have readers believe with ...


Anti-establishment candidates clean up

By The Daily Sentinel

If there were any question that voter anger in 2010 is directed not just at Democrats, but at anyone perceived to be tied to the political establishment, this week’s campaign news from Delaware to Colorado should dispel doubt. In the ...


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