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The Udall fix

By The Daily Sentinel

In the poisonous, partisan atmosphere that marks the nation’s capital these days, bridging the ideological divide and reducing gridlock is difficult, to say the least. Colorado Sen. Mark Udall is trying, and we thank him for that. This ...


‘No’ on Amendment P

By The Daily Sentinel

Three proposed constitutional amendments on this year’s election ballot were placed there by the state Legislature. Amendment P is one of them, and we see little reason for it. Amendment P is designed to transfer the licensing and ...


Maes level 2

This is vindication?

By The Daily Sentinel

Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes released some 25-year-old documents from the Liberal, Kans., Police Department this week, and declared they “vindicated” his earlier statements regarding his brief police ...


Salazar Level 4

Salazar’s unfair slam

By The Daily Sentinel

We don’t know if the folks involved with Rep. John Salazar’s re-election campaign are feeling desperate, or simply believe that going negative against an opponent is the way to win votes. Whatever the thinking, it can’t ...


Vote ‘No’ on Proposition 102

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s rare that prosecutors and defense attorneys agree on a proposed legal change that would affect criminal defendants. It’s equally unusual when police chiefs, county sheriffs, victims-rights groups and organizations that ...


Express your views on Dominguez plan

By The Daily Sentinel

There are still focus group meetings this week for people interested in management of the Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area. And members of the public still have an opportunity to submit their comments on proposed management of ...


Reject 60, 61 and 101

By The Daily Sentinel

Today, we knowingly violate the rule relegating editorials to the editorial page because we hope to shout from the highest point our opposition to Amendments 60, 61 and Proposition 101. We have chosen this unorthodox approach in order to ...


‘No’ on Amendment 62

By The Daily Sentinel

Two years ago, Colorado voters resoundingly rejected a “personhood” amendment to the state Constitution, which would have defined a person — with all the rights of a Colorado resident — as existing from the beginning of ...


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 ...


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