Editorials

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GOP turns to Steele

By The Daily Sentinel

Michael Steele’s challenge isn’t impossible, just daunting. The former lieutenant governor of Maryland was elected chairman of the Republican National Committee Friday, the first black to hold that post. Now, he must try to hold ...


Legislative nannies

By The Daily Sentinel

Oh great. As the nation and the state suffer through the worst economic crisis in many decades, a number of state lawmakers are dreaming up ideas to cost taxpayers more money in order to protect us from what they perceive as our bad ...


Answering questions of annexation anxiety

By The Daily Sentinel

A group of Clifton-area residents has posed some very pertinent questions to the city of Grand Junction regarding the potential annexation of Clifton and Fruitvale to the city. Here’s hoping city officials respond quickly and thoroughly ...


Ex-Gov. Blagojevich

By The Daily Sentinel

This week’s blitz of television talk shows by Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich wasn’t sufficient for him to keep his job. Neither was his last-minute appearance before the Illinois Senate trial on Blagojevich’s ...


Let elected officials control public safety

By The Daily Sentinel

A Front Range lawmaker wants to give police and firefighters throughout the state a right to collective bargaining rights — something that voters in Grand Junction soundly rejected for their own police and firefighters almost a decade ...


This is stimulus?

By The Daily Sentinel

We support the provision in the economic stimulus bill that seeks to boost the U.S. economy by investing money in highways and bridges — all $30 billion of it. That’s the amount included for highways and bridges in the $819 ...


Reprieve for gas rules

By The Daily Sentinel

A few state lawmakers in Denver, including Rep. Laura Bradford, R-Collbran, wanted to say “Nevermind,” on new oil and gas regulations this week. “Nevermind,” that the state Legislature approved legislation two years ...


Leitner-Poma bucks economic trend

By The Daily Sentinel

Gov. Bill Ritter might have summed it up best when he thanked Leitner-Poma of America for its new campus in Grand Junction. “You don’t know what it feels like for a governor to thank a company for expanding business,” Ritter ...


Efficiency demands could backfire

By The Daily Sentinel

President Obama’s desire to have the auto industry drive the country toward energy independence is a worthy enough goal. The president wants autos to burn less gasoline. He’d like the existing automobile-based transportation ...


Family planning will save our economy?

By The Daily Sentinel

There are lots of ways to stimulate an economy and American taxpayers are about to learn about some of them as Congress and President Obama study an $825 billion package ostensibly aimed to do just that. Whether building roads or fixing ...


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