Letters

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Email letters, February 27, 2013

By Staff

Tipton must aid Coloradans by working to avoid cuts I was dismayed by Rep. Scott Tipton’s remarks reported in Monday’s Sentinel. Clearly, he does not understand what the sequester will mean to everyday Coloradans. There are very ...


Printed letters, February 28, 2013

By Staff

Though I respect Dr. James Schroeder’s opinion expressed in his Feb. 22 letter to the editor titled, “Adults should be armed to protect kids in school,” his views do not reflect the views of all pediatricians. The American ...


Printed letters, February 27, 2013

By Staff

For whatever reason, Bill Grant can’t seem to help but write columns on topics that he knows little about. Last week he decided to cherry pick from a Salt Lake City Tribune article which informed readers that Enefit, the ...


Email letters, February 26, 2013

By Staff

Fracking movie co-producer’s insults marred persuasiveness Sunday night I went to the Avalon Theatre to see the movie “Fracking Nation” with my two teenage kids. Their science teacher had emailed us about it and said that ...


Printed letters, February 26, 2013

By Staff

What amazes me is the contempt that many of my liberal acquaintances have for corporations. They cry that corporations shouldn’t be given the rights of people. Corporate profits are obscene, and they want to be able to control them. This ...


Email letters, February 25, 2013

By Staff

Ranks of those with hands out continue to grow Are we truly doomed as a nation or is there hope for America? We took a giant leap toward socialism during Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s four terms (the reason presidential term limits were ...


Printed letters, February 22, 2013

By Staff

As a pediatric physician, I mourn the deaths at Sandy Hook Elementary, but I can no longer remain silent amid the flood of politicians and celebrities cynically using the Newtown incident to call for infringements on the constitutionally ...


Email letters, February 22, 2013

By Staff

Rep. McLachlan caves in to Biden on gun bills It is amazing how quickly the corruption of politics in Denver ruins our elected representatives, or maybe just exposes them for what they are. A classic case is Colorado 59th District Rep. Mike ...


Printed letters, February 24, 2013

By Staff

When voting for City Council candidates, remember which ones actually did something good. I want to recommend Laura Luke, who took the time to attend our neighborhood meeting to stop the Greyhound Bus terminal from being placed in a ...


Email letters, February 21, 2013

By Staff

Bring John Otto’s vision of national park to fruition The Grand Valley is graced with awesome sandstone towers and canyons minutes from western Colorado’s largest and most diverse communities of Grand Junction, Fruita and ...


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