Editorials

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Democrats divided

By The Daily Sentinel

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs is in hot water with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other congressional Democrats for daring to say publicly what many others have been thinking for a year or more: It’s possible that Democrats ...


Assessing the value of natural gas industry

By The Daily Sentinel

If anyone had any doubt about the importance of the natural gas industry to this region’s economy, one need only look at what has occurred with assessed valuations in Mesa and Garfield counties over the past two years. In Mesa County, ...


The theft of words

By The Daily Sentinel

Plagiarism is an affliction of lazy writers. Especially in the Internet age, people from high-school essayists to college professors to politicians to journalists may find it convenient to lift a few paragraphs or pages from someone ...


Polanski problems

By The Daily Sentinel

There are several lessons to be gleaned from Roman Polanski’s 33-year-long sex case that apparently ended Monday when Swiss authorities refused to extradite the movie director to the United States. One is that if you’re going to ...


Species versus species

By The Daily Sentinel

The fight against tamarisk trees that have invaded much of the Southwest suffered a major setback recently when the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced it was abandoning its program of releasing saltcedar leaf beetles to eat the ...


Support candidates who support CORA

By The Daily Sentinel

When The Daily Sentinel’s Paul Shockley reported last week on the Grand Junction Police Department’s investigation into some officers’ use of pepper spray in apparent violation of department policy, he was able to provide ...


Paging Dr. Nurse

By The Daily Sentinel

It may sound counterintuitive that a person can become a doctor of nursing, but people with doctorate degrees in nursing can actually help reduce the patient crunch for medical doctors. And within a couple of years, folks should be able to ...


Chief Camper’s reluctant crusade

By The Daily Sentinel

If Grand Junction Police Chief John Camper had known a year ago what was facing him when he agreed to become the city’s interim chief, and later become the permanent chief, he probably would have turned his vehicle around and hurried ...


Maes’ mistakes are not ‘parking tickets’’

By The Daily Sentinel

Don’t worry, Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes is telling voters. There’s nothing to see here in the $27,000 worth of fines Maes has agreed to pay for campaign-finance violations. Move along. Why, in the world of campaign ...


Arizona versus Obama

By The Daily Sentinel

There have been no tanks sent into Arizona to quash the fledgling rebellion in that state over illegal immigration, just lawyers sent to federal court. Yet, to hear some comments about the federal lawsuit filed this week over Arizona’s ...


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