Letters

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Printed letters, November 11, 2012

By Staff

The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission has proposed standards to allow drilling and fracking operations to co-exist with Colorado communities. Once adopted, these standards will likely be in place for a long time, so it is prudent ...


Email letters, Nov. 9, 2012

By Staff

Government must earn respect of investors to grow economy The battle is over. The president is Barack Obama and the House is Republican. By most accounts we are a more divided nation than we have been in 50 years. Outside of cities, we are ...


Printed letters, November 9, 2012

By Staff

As I watched the election coverage Tuesday night, I asked myself, “Am I or my family better off than we were four years ago?” Let me see, my health insurance has gone up just for me more than $600 a year. Groceries, gas and ...


Email letters, Nov. 8, 2012

By Staff

Dreams of middle-class subscriber encouraged by president I assume that your front page has now become the editorial page. The first paragraph of your story about President Obama winning the election was someone’s opinion about the ...


Printed letters, November 8, 2012

By Staff

When the shedding of tears subsides and the high fives have ceased, we can all be thankful that there are no riots or fighting in the streets or militias storming government offices. Regardless of our choices, democracy wins again. Now all we ...


Email letters, Nov. 7, 2012

By Staff

Remember to thank veterans as one way to pull together I can’t remember ever being as relieved as when Election Day finally came and went this year. I’m sure it’ll stay the main topic of conversation for a few more days ...


Printed letters, November 7, 2012

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel published a story last Sunday that claimed the reason that four Americans were killed Sept. 11 in Benghazi, Libya, was because the military couldn’t get there in time. This story raises more questions than it ...


Email letters, Nov. 5, 2012

By Staff

Oil, gas commission can elevate its standards to protect citizens The Colorado Oil and Gas Commission has proposed standards to allow drilling and fracking operations to co-exist with Colorado communities. Once adopted, these standards will ...


Printed letters, November 6, 2012

By Staff

It is unfortunate and insulting that a handful of state and local officials in Nevada and Arizona would take it upon themselves to support an ill-conceived and politically motivated BLM proposal to eliminate the vast majority of prospective ...


Printed letters, November 4, 2012

By Staff

Oil shale proponents are claiming that trillions of barrels of oil are available in the public lands of the American West in the form of oil shale. That is reason enough, they say, to lease those lands for extracting the oil, even if scarce ...


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