Letters

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Printed letters, May 5, 2012

By Staff

I’ve been perplexed by the continuous battles about the future of oil shale in Colorado highlighted in recent newspaper articles. I started in the oil shale industry in Garfield County in the 1950s, worked on oil shale projects here ...


Printed letters, May 4, 2012

By Staff

The Recent exoneration of Robert Dewey for the murder of Jacie Taylor in 1994 is a considerable substantiation in the argument for eliminating capital punishment. We can be thankful that he was acquitted of first degree murder by the jury in ...


Printed letters, May 3, 2012

By Staff

The recent discussions in The Daily Sentinel on radiation exposure in western Colorado, while somewhat informative, do a great disservice to the average citizen by dismissing the true risk and consequence of radiation exposure. The quotes from ...


Email letters, May 2, 2012

By Staff

Why can’t political ads offer anything positive? I am so discouraged watching the anti-president ads on TV, to know our country has come to this sort of ugly dialogue. Above all, people placing these ads should be honest in their ...


Printed letters, May 2, 2012

By Staff

Recently, in a rare moment of short-sightedness, George Will endorsed the legalization of drugs as a solution to drug cartel violence. His rationale was that this would undercut profits and put them out of business. If only it were that ...


Email letters, May 1, 2012

By Staff

Oil shale industry has paid for many improvements I’ve been perplexed by the continuous battles about the future of oil shale in Colorado highlighted in recent newspaper articles. I started in the oil shale industry in Garfield County ...


Printed letters, May 1, 2012

By Staff

I’m responding to Kathleen Duhamel’s April 20 letter titled “Democrats are responsible for many positive actions.” She stated that without Democrats, we would not have Social Security, Medicare, the G.I. Bill and a ...


Email letters, April 30, 2012

By Staff

Legalizing drugs will prey on human weakness and addiction Recently, in a rare moment of short-sightedness, George Will endorsed the legalization of drugs as a solution to drug cartel violence. His rationale was that this would undercut ...


Printed letters, April 29, 2012

By Staff

The recent moves by our county commissioners to push the BLM to open more acres to oil shale development is troublesome, as stated in the April 17 Daily Sentinel story, “Mesa County commissioners adopt flawed resolution on oil ...


Email letters, April 27, 2012

By Staff

People should have to work to pay back student loans I listened with interest to the arguments of the perpetual campaigner President Obama in Boulder on April 24 — and other colleges this week — and his proposal to keep the ...


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