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Email letters, August 2, 2012

By Staff

Change needs to come before hoping that economy will improve I want to believe the sorry state of the U.S. economy happened by “accident,” and that it’s the result of well-intentioned policies that didn’t work. But to ...


Email letters, August 1, 2012

By Staff

TABOR essential in helping Coloradans control government spending Alert!  The Taxpayer Bill of Rights is under renewed attack. The Bill of Rights of the Colorado Constitution states that all political power is vested in and derived from ...


Printed letters, Aug. 1, 2012

By Staff

The editorial, “Homelessness and vagrancy,” needs a critical clarification. Including those who are mentally ill in the group defined as “homeless by their own volition” is inaccurate as people do not choose mental ...


Email letters, July 31, 2012

By Staff

Business is the backbone of our country It’s tough to get the truth from political speeches. Once in a while the truth slips through the cracks. When President Obama was talking about business, he meant it when he said, “You ...


Printed letters, July 31, 2012

By Staff

I am responding to the July 27 letter from John Borgen concerning his disagreement with Josh Penry’s column. I do not disagree with the president’s saying, “You didn’t build that business ... somebody else did.” ...


Email letters, July 30, 2012

By Staff

Facism defined as political movement linked to corporatism I missed Bill Grant last week, and, as a lifelong Republican, I enjoy his rants. One point he makes brings to mind those paranoid zealots who crow about rampant voter fraud when a ...


Printed letters, July 29, 2012

By Staff

The Supreme Court’s health care decision is one month behind us, and while the histrionic displays of emotion exhibited by Republicans have subsided, the radical right has launched its latest barrage of character assassination upon ...


Email letters July 27, 2012

By Staff

Pro-Obama letter writer made Mitt Romney’s point John Borgen’s attempt to spin the President’s now infamous “you didn’t build that” speech is the sorry spectacle, not Josh Penry’s July 20 column. ...


Printed letters, July 27, 2012

By Staff

What a sorry spectacle. Daily Sentinel columnist Josh Penry was once thought of as someone who could work with the other side of the political aisle. In his July 20 column, Penry claimed that the president “dissed” entrepreneurs ...


Email letters, July 26, 2012

By Staff

Pugliese lacks education, experience for commissioner job Republicans did a great disservice to Mesa County by promoting and voting Rose Pugliese to be their commissioner candidate this fall. Pugliese is a nice and compassionate woman from ...


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