Editorials

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Execs don’t deserve special deals on loans

By The Daily Sentinel

There has been much grandstanding over the past few weeks, mostly by congressional Democrats, about ensuring that there are caps on executive compensation in any government rescue legislation for the country’s beleaguered financial ...


‘Yes’ on Amend. 59

By The Daily Sentinel

There is a fundamental contradiction within the Colorado Constitution. The TABOR Amendment limits how much state revenue can grow, while Amendment 23 mandates ever-increasing state spending for public education. The result has been curtailed ...


Re-elect Meis in District 1

By The Daily Sentinel

Many times in races for local elected positions, the candidates have only marginal differences on a few issues and voters are left to choose based primarily on personality. That is not the case in Mesa County Commissioner District 1. ...


We have large voice in presidential vote

By The Daily Sentinel

It’s often hard for the average voter to imagine how his or her one vote can make a difference in an electoral process that includes roughly a hundred million other voters. But, make no mistake about it, your vote counts if you live here ...


What now?

By The Daily Sentinel

Bipartisan efforts put together the $700 billion financial bailout plan over the weekend. And bipartisan efforts killed it. There were 95 Democrats — including Colorado’s 3rd District Rep. John Salazar — who joined 133 ...


Reid’s moratorium move

By The Daily Sentinel

Apparently Nevada Sen. Harry Reid wasn’t busy enough interfering with Henry Paulson’s efforts to save the U.S. economy Thursday. He also found some time to try and deepen our problems by extending a moratorium on domestic energy ...


Tight-fisted Joe

By The Daily Sentinel

There are many measures of character, and charitable giving is an important one. Charitable people are more likely to put the welfare of others in the forefront. And that’s exactly where it belongs if one is running for public ...


‘Yes’ on Amend. 46

By The Daily Sentinel

The first citizens’ initiative Coloradans will encounter on their election ballots this year is Amendment 46, which takes direct aim at affirmative action programs based on race or gender in Colorado government, colleges and ...


Congress focuses on wrong things in bailout

By The Daily Sentinel

The economy just hit a very large pothole, and if the drivers don’t get themselves out of it soon, they risk being permanently paved over by federal regulators. There is no question that the economy needs some help and much of that help ...


Dems stop swimming against offshore tide

By The Daily Sentinel

It was certainly welcome news when Democratic leaders in Congress announced they were abandoning their efforts to keep a ban in place on offshore drilling in most of this country’s coastal waters. Without Congressional action, the ...


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