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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 ...


Printed letters, December 11, 2013

By Staff

If people read The Daily Sentinel Sunday, they now know that two years ago the Department of Defense signed a secret, no-bid (aka, single-source) contract for more than $1 billion for dozens of Russian helicopters to give to the ...


Email letters, December 9, 2013

By Staff

Reality of Obamacare about to sink in It’s been fun to see local progressive experts argue the merits of Obamacare on your pages. It comes down to their experts being better qualified than you to make decisions about your health ...


Printed letters, December 10, 2013

By Staff

Once again, David Lien, representing the Backcountry Hunters & Anglers and residing in Colorado Springs, writes in favor of closing access to local public lands of which he obviously has little to no knowledge. He has always subscribed to ...


Printed letters, December 8, 2013

By Staff

Republicans are having such a gleeful time over Obamacare that they and the press seem to be missing a few things. Certainly the rollout was flubbed terribly. Leave it to a bunch of baby-boomer bureaucrats to mess up technology. President ...


Email letters, December 6,  2013

By Staff

Grant ignores major scandals, focuses on small state group It appears that Bill Grant in his column published Dec. 4 has myopic vision at best. Perhaps he should make an appointment with an ophthalmologist. With all of the scandals plaguing ...


Email letters, December 5,  2013

By Staff

Obama administration may be manipulating populace Standardized testing shows that American students keep falling farther behind, especially in mathematics. The Obamacare debacle and the American public’s apparent surprise at its ...


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