Letters

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Printed letters, Aug. 13

By Staff

An editorial tells us the editors will be using precise language to help us recognize people who have “rejected much of society’s norms, even while they eagerly accept its charity” from “the truly homeless” who ...


Printed letters, Aug. 13

By Staff

Fruita driveway on legally granted strip of land Regarding the article in Monday’s paper about the proposed hardware store in Fruita, the author states that a homeowner is using part of the property as a de facto driveway to access the ...


Printed letters, Aug. 13

By Staff

I regularly read Bill Grant’s work, though I typically don’t agree with his positions, as I am a Libertarian. I therefore believe that everyone has the same rights and freedoms as everyone else, as long as they don’t use the ...


Email letters, Aug. 10, 2012

By Staff

As last wild river on Colorado Plateau, Yampa is a treasure Credit creativity and collaboration from all parties for good Yampa River flows in drought. During the 2002 drought 10 years ago, the Yampa River nearly went dry. This year, with ...


Email letters, Aug. 9, 2012

By Staff

Constitution has no specific promises on women’s health care rights I regularly read Bill Grant’s work, though I typically don’t agree with his positions, as I am a Libertarian. I therefore believe that everyone has the same ...


printed letters, August 9, 2012

By Staff

On July 17, the Obama for America Campaign, the Democratic National Committee and the Ohio Democratic Party filed suit in Ohio to strike down part of that state’s law governing voting by members of the military. Their suit said that part ...


Email letters, Aug. 8, 2012

By Staff

Four-minute flap stifles job creation for residents of Colorado, Wyoming, Utah Are we seriously willing to hijack a process supporting the potential creation of tens of thousands of jobs and development of a critical energy source for the ...


Printed letters, August 8, 2012

By Staff

I can’t remember the last time I read in the news anything productive being done in the U.S. Congress. Partisanship and the resulting gridlock exist because the few who are willing to work together are silenced with threats from ...


Email letters, August 7, 2012

By Staff

Nixing of oil shale resolution an example of bureaucratic bungling The story from last Friday, “Officials Nix Resolution on Oil Shale,” demonstrates the depths of absurdity to which this nation has descended. A county commission ...


Printed letters, August 7, 2012

By Staff

My job depends on the Colorado River, so when President Obama arrives in Grand Junction this week, I’ll be listening closely to see what the president’s plans are to protect this economic lifeline for the Grand Valley, our state ...


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