Letters

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Printed letters, September 28, 2012

By Staff

Would we really be that bad off if Obama gets re-elected? I was pondering that question recently. For one, we would find out how much money we can spend before our huge debt tanks the stock markets, spikes interest rates to double digits and ...


Email letters, Sept. 27, 2012

By Staff

National debt will fall on Americans like heavy house of cards Jim Spehar’s Sept. 25 column touting public sector jobs mysteriously ignored the $16 trillion national debt that government has run up in part to pay for them. The private ...


Printed letters, September 27, 2012

By Staff

Why won’t our law-enforcement legislator show facts to support his dramatic claims about increases of “too stoned to drive” nationwide? Most states have zero tolerance levels to begin with. Accurate for impairment or just ...


Email letters, Sept. 26, 2012

By Staff

Military discharge form essential to receive benefits I’ve had the honor of working for the Colorado State Veterans Home in Rifle for more than six years now. We help veterans come into our home to receive care, whether it is for ...


Printed letters, September 26, 2012

By Staff

This is in response to Neville Woodruff’s Sept. 23 letter castigating The Daily Sentinel’s support of free speech and criticism of Muslim overreaction to the recent anti-Muslim video. Does Woodruff really expect us to relinquish ...


Email letters, Sept. 25, 2012

By Staff

Community has invested nearly 30 years on vision for riverfront Gregg Palmer says the city council was correct in letting the people decide what they want this city to look like in 20 years. For Palmer’s information, that decision was ...


Printed letters, September 25, 2012

By Staff

As the son of a World War II Atlantic theater veteran, I realize that a swastika can be upsetting to some. However, John Otto’s strange 1915 “Rock of Ages,” on display at the Museum of the West, had nothing to do with Hitler ...


Email letters, Sept. 24, 2012

By Staff

Find out how candidates would vote on PERA issues With the election coming, public employees and retirees need to be aware of what the candidates know and how they would vote on PERA issues. During the last legislative session, seven bills as ...


Printed letters, September 23, 2012

By Staff

The local chamber of commerce would have you believe that a business can buy a piece of riverfront land and subsequently claim the right to have the property rezoned to suit its needs. That is to say, one industry trumps the vision and ...


Email letters, Sept. 21, 2012

By Staff

Americans must face up to national debt or suffer consequences If you divide our national debt (more than $16 trillion) by every man, woman and child in America, it is more than $50,000 per U.S. citizen. Next time you’re at the dinner ...


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