Letters

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Email letters, March 10, 2015

By Staff

Transparency amendment will inform us of data collected on children Software companies are making big money from your children’s data. They know things like name, height or eye color. Some know what a child likes, who her siblings are, ...


Printed Letters: March 10, 2015

By Staff

Commissioners should join effort to improve Internet The Sentinel did a fine job documenting on Sunday how far behind Mesa County is in broadband services. The number one reason businesses don’t come here is poor broadband. Fortunately ...


Email letters, March 9, 2015

By Staff

Editorial suggests it’s OK to reject God if a law allows it If I read Rev. Brown’s editorial properly, she’s saying it’s OK to reject God and his word, condone sin, and commit blasphemy as long as man makes a law ...


Printed Letters: March 8, 2015

By Staff

Right-to-discriminate laws are wrong for Colorado On Monday, March 9, a Colorado House committee will consider House Bill 1161 and HB1171, which would allow individuals and businesses in Colorado to claim that their religious beliefs give them ...


Email letters, March 6, 2015

By Staff

Penry will be missed by the few he likens as ‘Siberian fruit-flies’ On Feb. 6 Josh Penry invited “those over 21” to view the video of ISIS burning the Jordanian pilot. “Inhuman,”” atrocity,” ...


Printed Letters: March 6, 2015

By Staff

Penry’s column obscured madness of foreign policy In his Feb. 20 column, Josh Penry brings up the awful memory of the Holocaust as a justification for escalating our wars in the Middle East that have gone on for 14 years, cost $16 ...


Email letters, March 5, 2015

By Staff

Penry’s column will be missed I love Josh Penry’s writing. Whether I agree or not, he has a gift for phrasing. I will miss his column and hope to see his work again. In the meantime, I wish him well. FRED STEWART Grand ...


Printed Letters: March 5, 2015

By Staff

Mesa County should embrace clean energy It looks like Dan Thurlow and Ray Scott’s attempt to reduce clean energy requirements of utilities is dying in the House, as it should. Another “we can’t do this” legislation ...


Email letters, March 4, 2015

By Staff

Recent headline was disrespectful to teen and her family First of all, I do not know Kelly Myers or her family. This morning when I picked up my paper from the drive, I was horrified to see the “Missing teen linked to meth” ...


Printed Letters: March 4, 2015

By Staff

Make Watson Island a place for off-leash dogs To keep off-leash dogs from bothering people in Grand Junction, here’s an easy solution: Make Watson Island a disc golf course and an off-leash dog park. It’s perfect because: (1) ...


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