Editorials

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Gay marriage ruling reflects changing views

By The Daily Sentinel

Nearly a year to the day after the U.S. Supreme Court declared a portion of the federal Defense of Marriage Act unconstitutional, a federal appeals court, in a sweeping decision, ruled that states cannot prevent gay couples from getting ...


Seriously, Lochmiller?

By The Daily Sentinel

The old definition of “hutzpah” refers to a man who murders his parents, then asks for mercy on account of being an orphan. Philip Rand Lochmiller, the mastermind of a $30 million scam that caused great pain for many western ...


Get a warrant

By The Daily Sentinel

The Constitution, through the Fourth Amendment, protects Americans from unreasonable searches and seizures by the government. But technology has a funny way of blurring lines. At one point, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that law enforcement ...


Gooooaaaal!

By Staff

Longtime soccer fans often have bemoaned U.S. sports culture for belittling that “pass time” even though it is hugely followed by virtually every other nation on the planet. Though soccer — or if you prefer, futbol — ...


Surreal headlines

By Staff

The front page of today’s Daily Sentinel features a truly surreal pair of headlines. One reflects state Sen. Steve King’s victory in the Republican primary election over challenger John Pennington, who calls himself a candidate to ...


Rx: Healthy discourse

By Staff

It’s about time that the heads of Community and St. Mary’s hospitals in Grand Junction break bread together. As detailed by The Sentinel’s Greg Ruland on Sunday, the heads of the nonprofit organizations haven’t spoken ...


Time to re-examine Make My Day law?

By The Daily Sentinel

What if Colorado’s Make My Day Law didn’t exist? Rather than finding Joseph Hoskins immune from prosecution in the fatal New Year’s Day shooting of Randy Cook, District Attorney Pete Hautzinger might have concluded that ...


The silence is deafening

By The Daily Sentinel

Mesa County commissioners have asked Colorado National Monument Superintendent Lisa Eckert to reverse her decision to ban trucks from using the East Hill entrance to carry fuel and hazardous materials to Glade Park. Commissioners want a ...


The seeds of change

By The Daily Sentinel

“There are Republicans that believe the climate is changing and humans have a role to play,” Christine Todd Whitman said Wednesday. “They just need some political cover.” In other words, good luck supporting proposals ...


Retire the Redskins

By The Daily Sentinel

Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder is under no obligation to change his team’s outdated name, even though the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ruled that it’s disparaging of Native Americans and should be stripped of trademark ...


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