Letters

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Email letters, February 1, 2013

By Staff

Vanquish drug addiction to reduce gun violence It makes sense to me that an armed assault requires an armed response. Every single act of violence named by Sen. Udall, beginning with Columbine and ending with the shooting at Newtown, Conn., ...


Email letters, January 31, 2013

By Staff

Immigrants seeking citizenship should comply with stipulations Here we go again with the illegal immigrants. I guess my first question is whether people in Congress understand what is meant about being illegal. So, guessing that they will ...


Printed letters, February 1, 2013

By Staff

Front-line combat is no place for a woman. There are many positions in the armed forces for women to fill and play a very important part in supporting the troops in the combat zones. Why was this policy changed? I cannot understand. Would ...


Printed letters, January 31, 2013

By Staff

Those who are railing against a school calendar that possibly starts in early August should perhaps talk to parents of kids who go to schools where this happens (as well as staff). Both the coveted Caprock Academy and Christian Community ...


Email letters, January 30, 2013

By Staff

Members of meritocracy club will continue to limit admission The headline on David Brooks’ column in Tuesday’s paper is ”Liberalism’s quest for equality is trumped by educational meritocracy.” That is both true ...


Printed letters, January 30, 2013

By Staff

Ever since the school shooting at Newtown, I see and read more and more each day that we should go and arm the teachers or school personnel in order to stop these shootings. Yet I also hear and read in the news practically every other day how ...


Email letters, January 29, 2013

By Staff

Societal illness lies behind gun violence A metal device tells itself to load, point and pull its own trigger. So, our wise leaders will ban the metal devices, their scapegoat, just as they believe throwing more money at education will boost ...


Printed letters, January 29, 2013

By Staff

Hunting is a privilege granted and controlled by the state. The right to bear arms is an inalienable right protected by the Second Amendment, and it arises from a power higher than government. If armed citizens had responded in Aurora, ...


Email letters, January 28, 2013

By Staff

Parents should voice opinions on changes to school calendars Are parents are fully aware of what the school board is proposing concerning changing the school calendars?  I know that meetings were held, but information was confusing at ...


Printed letters, January 27, 2013

By Staff

The Grand Junction BLM office released its new resource management plan this month. My initial review confirmed the numbers in The Daily Sentinel Jan. 15.  Of the 1.2 million acres the Grand Junction BLM manages in this RMP, 868,100 ...


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