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Blagojevich defiant

By The Daily Sentinel

The Democratically controlled Illinois state Legislature has formed a special panel to consider the impeachment of Democratic Gov. Rod Blagojevich. The governor and his top aide were arrested by the FBI a week ago on suspension of trying to ...


Not so secure at Homeland Security

By The Daily Sentinel

The U.S. Secret Service is charged, among other things, with protecting high-ranking federal officials. It should have the ability to detect undocumented workers entering the home of, say, its boss, Secretary of Homeland Security Michael ...


What’s appropriate for Appropriations

By The Daily Sentinel

Congratulations to 3rd District Rep. John Salazar. Last week he was named to the influential House Appropriations Committee. That’s no small honor for a congressman just entering his third term in office. The adjective ...


Real school reform needed immediately

By The Daily Sentinel

Word from Washington is that Denver Public Schools Superintendent Michael Bennet is being considered by Barack Obama’s transition team as a possible nominee for secretary of education. Bennet wouldn’t be a bad pick. Under his ...


Governors with hands out

By The Daily Sentinel

The governors of three states appeared before Congress last week like panhandlers on a street corner. They want hundreds of billions of dollars in bailout funds for the states. The governors of Wisconsin, New Jersey and Vermont said the ...


Over the Top, December 11, 2008

By The Daily Sentinel

Today, The Daily Sentinel editorial department is debuting a new weekly video feature on GJSentinel.com called, “Over the Top.” In it, we will focus on extraordinary news stories that we think deserve special comment. Most of the ...


Bernie Buescher for secretary of state

By The Daily Sentinel

We recognize there is a touch of parochialism in endorsing state Rep. Bernie Buescher of Grand Junction to be named Colorado’s next secretary of state. But, with every top state elected position currently occupied by Front Range types, ...


Illinois for sale

By The Daily Sentinel

Reading the affidavit in support of Tuesday’s arrest of Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich is like reading a poorly written political potboiler. It’s hard to believe any 21st century elected official could be as venal or stupid as ...


Continue U.S. attorney presence on West Slope

By The Daily Sentinel

We’re pleased to see that the U.S. Attorney for Colorado, Troy Eid, recognizes that his jurisdiction does not end where the Continental Divide begins. Eid has beefed up the U.S. attorney’s staff in Grand Junction and secured for ...


Museum exhibits money woes

By The Daily Sentinel

The Mesa County Commissioners may have believed their plan for contributing to the Museum of Western Colorado next year would be viewed as generous. After all, by designating $500,000 for museum operations and another $100,000 for capital ...


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