Letters

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Email letters, March, 2, 2012

By Staff

Where is the Sentinel story on the airport? As an involved airport tenant since the early 1980s, I am aware that The Daily Sentinel has been given a significant amount of information of public interest regarding the management of the airport. ...


Email letters, March 1, 2012

By Staff

Campaign-finance reform is needed I hear a lot of noise these days strongly suggesting that the cure for all our problems will be smaller, simpler government. No details, just, magically, smaller, simpler government. I’d seriously ...


Printed letters, March 1, 2012

By Staff

I am writing to express my outrage over the antics of the Lions Club members during their parade. Their actions are more reminiscent of a poorly thought-out college prank than those of so-called community leaders. They have set quite an ...


Email letters, Feb. 29, 2012

By Staff

There is enough land for oil shale research More often than not, The Daily Sentinel takes a level-headed approach to energy. However, the paper’s recent editorial on the Salazar oil shale plan misses the mark. If anything, the plan ...


Printed letters, Feb. 29, 2012

By Staff

As a photographer, I love having access to the mountains and wide expanses of open areas like those in the Bear Ranch land exchange. Having this land available to the public through this land exchange would be a benefit in many ways. It ...


Email letters, Feb. 28, 2012

By Staff

Visiting Aussies appreciate the hospitality It took us three years to get to the U.S.A. to see our son’s university, Colorado Mesa and can I publicly say how impressed we are ! As Australians (prefer state of Tasmania) the friendliness ...


Printed letters, Feb. 28, 2012

By Staff

Billions of dollars in revenue are lost every year for cities, counties and states as a result of religious organizations that enjoy tax-exempt status. However, this tax exemption contradicts the First Amendment, which requires government to ...


Email letters, Feb. 27, 2012

By Staff

Corporations have all the control The Occupy protesters have some things correct in that they know that 1 percent of the population owns, runs and has orchestrated the current recession which is the greatest hoax on the American people in our ...


Printed letters, Feb. 26, 2012

By Staff

Enough already. The front page of The Daily Sentinel Thursday had yet another article about Laura Bradford, stating “Cop suspected Bradford drunk.” Now he is guesstimating that she was a 0.2 on the blood-alcohol scale, which, of ...


Email letters, Feb. 24, 2012

By Staff

More thoughts on Bradford debacle As the recent front-page story makes clear: Laura Bradford is the victim of a police protection racket. If only she had been arrested and jailed — like most of the other folks without legislative ...


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