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Email Letters: May 26, 2017

By Staff

First four months of the Trump presidency have been truly historic The first four months of the Trump presidency have been truly historic – correct that – hysteric. The crowds at the inauguration were the biggest ever; an ...


Printed Letters: May 26, 2017

By Staff

No one should be above law in politics The Sentinel’s Friday editorial “Let’s trust the process of independent query” approving the Department of Justice appointing Robert Mueller “special counsel” to lead ...


Email Letters: May 25, 2017

By Staff

Some attempt to defend Trump by using excuses, misdirection and misinformation Excuses, misdirection and misinformation. Some people attempt to defend President Trump by using the aforementioned tactics. They point to made up ...


Printed Letters: May 25, 2017

By Staff

County wants to keep policing for profit House Bill 17-1313 is before the governor for his signature. I was appalled at the recent article by our county elected officials (Pugliese, Rubenstein and Lewis) advocating for the veto of the change ...


Email Letters: May 24, 2017

By Staff

Don’t take away local shareholder voice re: public lands Open letter to Interior Secretary Zinke: I read in The Daily Sentinel that you decided to put a hold on the Resource Advisory Councils that serve to provide local input into BLM ...


Printed Letters: May 24, 2017

By Staff

Columnist incorrect about permit denial Greg Walcher’s recent column condemns the National Park Service for not issuing a research permit to Andrew Snelling. He attempts to convince us that the NPS denied the permit because of ...


Email Letters: May 23, 2017

By Staff

Balance and perspective needed for press to regain public’s trust While I do not intend to spend the next 4 years comparing anything the Trump administration does with the previous one, it is however completely fair to look back on ...


Printed Letters: May 23, 2017

By Staff

Is the sage grouse 
really in trouble? Kudos to the Garfield, Rio Blanco, Moffat, and Jackson County commissioners for suing the BLM over the plan to protect the greater sage grouse. The plan is the equivalent of adding the grouse to ...


Email Letters: May 22, 2017

By Staff

Medicare for all in lieu of AHCA makes sense for Americans After following the lively discussions on this page and in the national press, it is clear that Medicare for all in lieu of the AHCA bill passed by the House of Representatives makes ...


Printed Letters: May 21, 2017

By Staff

Kudos for reviving Jordan Cove project Kudos to the Trump administration for reviving the Jordan Cove project and vowing to make the project a priority. It’s refreshing to have an administration that supports energy development and is ...


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