Letters

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Email letters, October 14,  2013

By Staff

Lazy shotgun fails to shoot anyone Last Tuesday I set my Remington Magnum Wingmaster Model 870 shotgun out in front of my garage. I put in four shells and left it alone and went about my business. While I was in the house, two neighbors ...


Printed letters, October 13, 2013

By Staff

The local showing of “The Reformers,” Brian Malone’s extended-cut, anti-school reform campaign ad, revealed several ironies. The film asserts that schools and school boards should not be partisan, yet the showing was ...


Printed letters, October 11, 2013

By Staff

Remember the political ads on television several years ago of then-candidate Barack Obama, declaring how disgraceful out-of-control government spending had become? He compared it to someone who kept maxing out credit cards and opening more ...


Email letters, October 10,  2013

By Staff

Republicans are irrational on major national issues Scott Tipton and his fellow Republicans in the House of Representatives are blocking a vote on a bill that would end the government shutdown. Whether or not you agree with the bill, it is ...


Printed letters, October 10, 2013

By Staff

Any person in Colorado who voted for former Gov. Bill Owens or any legislator who voted to commission the 2006 Colorado “Blue Ribbon Commission on Health Care Reform” and accepted its findings already supports provisions such as ...


Email letters, October 9,  2013

By Staff

Tea party bears responsibility for ‘make it painful’ strategy Today’s Sentinel editorial (“’Make it painful’ is petty strategy”) was itself profoundly “petty” (ala FoxNoise) – if ...


Printed letters, October 9, 2013

By Staff

Once again the liberal media have chosen to ignore the polls of the American people that clearly showed that most Americans do not want Obamacare. President Obama and the Democrats have blamed Republicans for the shutdown of the government. ...


Email letters, October 8,  2013

By Staff

Editorial on shutdown panders to local sentiments Tuesday’s editorial was interesting. Talk about provincial, self-serving attitudes! Every community in the country has a complaint of some kind about local discomfort caused by the ...


Printed letters, October 8, 2013

By Staff

Here we go again — climate change, according to some from Colorado Outreach, is the culprit for the latest flooding on the Front Range. Somehow, if we follow a green agenda by killing more birds while operating more wind turbines and ...


Email letters, October 7,  2013

By Staff

Community needs to consider suicide rates for LGB youth Missing from otherwise thorough reporting on suicide were studies linking this tragic choice to the despair felt by gay, lesbian and bisexual youth. LGB youth are five times more likely ...


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