Letters

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Email letters, December 18, 2013

By Staff

Improving national health while paring cost is valid goal In an apparent fit of automatic selfishness in his letter published Dec. 18, Tim Carruthers argues against the general insurance principle that a larger population pool can make lower ...


Printed letters, December 19, 2013

By Staff

After reading a recent letter by Jerry Halpin, I want to set the record straight about the Oxbow Mine east of Paonia. It is not owned by the “Koch Brothers,” David and Charles. A third brother, William Koch, maintains the ...


Printed letters, December 18, 2013

By Staff

This letter is in regard to the letter to the editor from Nicolle Bowden regarding taxes, the tea party and spending. Speaking for the tea party I represent, I would love to take us back 237 years, not just 50. When the Constitution was ...


Printed letters, December 17, 2013

By Staff

This letter is in response to Eileen O’Toole’s recent letter to the editor regarding the non-cancellation of policies. She is correct in being “confused” regarding the non-cancellation of policies on Dec. 31. I have ...


Email letters, December 16, 2013

By Staff

Bush administration scandals worse than Obama’s scandals Some conservatives want to label President Obama as an even worse president than G.W. Bush. Let’s compare scandals. Major Bush scandals: The bogus Iraq War (tens of ...


Printed letters, December 15, 2014

By Staff

Please let me be one of the first to agree with the letter by Joe Scheetz regarding closures of roads and trails. I have some thoughts that might add to his position on the trails and roads the BLM is attacking. First of all, it is not the ...


Email letters, December 13, 2013

By Staff

Keep cross, remove judge When any judge fails to support our Constitution and Bill of Rights, should we honor the unjust judge — or should we, the people, support the Constitution? The Bill of Rights was hammered out in the Congress of ...


Email letters, December 12, 2013

By Staff

Working poor deserve some regard In response to Linda Gregory, the tea party is a regressive group that would take us backward 50 years. You must pay taxes to have infrastructure. Just look at North Avenue. Lack of sidewalks, mothers with ...


Printed letters, December 13, 2013

By Staff

I’d like to comment on Larry M. Head’s Dec. 6 letter concerning the closing of the Oxbow mine. He blames the “bunny huggers and tree lovers.” I got a good laugh from that one. In fact, the mine was closed by a fire ...


Printed letters, December 12, 2013

By Staff

A recent comment in “You Said It” referred to Rep. Jared “Less than Forth” Wright. I thought that was quite clever, as opposed to the “Welcome To Fruita” stickers that are about as clever, thoughtful and ...


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