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Printed letters, January 6, 2013

By Staff

Imagine you have a mansion fully attended and ready to fulfill your every wish. You have a contingent of loyal bodyguards who would gladly sacrifice themselves to protect you. You have a housekeeping staff and chefs second to none. You have ...


Printed letters, January 4, 2012

By Staff

I want to clarify something after reading Timothy Brass’ letter published Jan. 1 concerning how new motorized routes will affect big-game hunting in Area 5 of Bangs Canyon Special Recreation Management Area. I, for one, was encouraged ...


Email letters, Jan, 3, 2013

By Staff

Reducing job hours to avoid insurance costs hurts workers How many of us are facing the new year unemployed or partially employed? How many of us have had our hours taken away, for our employers to avoid providing insurance for us, per ...


Printed letters, January 3, 2013

By Staff

The Sandy Hook massacre rightfully impassioned us. It’s hard to believe what happened. The question is how can we stop it. Believers in restricting the right to defend oneself think disarming all people will protect us. What about ...


Email letters, Jan, 2, 2013

By Staff

Reducing feral cat numbers can be accomplished humanely Throughout history when cats have fallen out of favor, humans have suffered. The glaring example is the Dark Ages. Cats were exterminated. Rats thrived, hosting the fleas that carried ...


Printed letters, January 2, 2013

By Staff

The class-warfare mongers on the left would have you believe that the top 2 percent pay no taxes whatsoever. According to the Tax Foundation and Daniel Horowitz in Red State, in 2010 the 1 percenters, with the full force of the Bush tax ...


Printed letters, January 1, 2013

By Staff

I want to elaborate on Bill Grant’s recent column on a proposal to expand motorized use within Area 5 of the Bangs Canyon Special Recreation Management Area, an area designated as backcountry and recognized for its wilderness ...


Email letters, Dec. 31, 2012

By Staff

Moving our culture forward requires critical thinking I have to wonder…. Since folks were certain that the president was wholly responsible when gas prices were pushing $4 a gallon, will they likewise offer him kudos now that a gallon ...


Printed letters, December 30, 2012

By Staff

When the TABOR override measure to provide funds to pay off the Riverside Parkway was voted on, it was presented as a temporary increase. We were led to believe that the tax increase would end when the parkway was paid off. Now the city wants ...


Email letters, Dec. 28, 2012

By Staff

Heed political radical’s word before relinquishing liberties As I read through The Daily Sentinel published on Dec. 23, I noted that you believe there’s nothing unconstitutional about a ban of so-called “assault ...


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