Letters

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Email letters, September 25, 2013

By Staff

Pornography is humiliating, rather than beneficial The latest edition of the CMU student newspaper, Criterion, apparently has little or no criteria as to what is permissible in its rag. One young columnist informs us that “without it ...


Printed letters, September 25, 2013

By Staff

The recent comments of some prospective school board candidates should provoke a response in a number of serious-minded citizens across the valley. Candidate John Sluder wonders “if we throw another billion dollars at our education ...


Email letters, September 24,  2013

By Staff

Citizens must take back government by voting out members of Congress Our Congress, the Senate and the House, is so dysfunctional that it is now time that we, the constituency, need to take a long hard look where our country is headed under ...


Email letters, September 23,  2013

By Staff

Founding Fathers were concerned about the citizens being disarmed I thank Bill Grant for his Sept. 18 example of the best way NOT to, realistically, solve ANY problem, — carefully consider/present only one side. I’m sure t Grant ...


Printed letters, September 24, 2013

By Staff

Jim Spehar has truly outdone himself by writing, “Tragedy, it seems, creates some pretty imaginative conservatives. At least temporarily.” If that statement isn’t the height of arrogance, I’ll eat my ...


Printed letters, September 22, 2013

By Staff

USA Today and The Wall Street Journal confirm polling results of 53 percent disapproval of Obamacare, emphasizing The Daily Sentinel’s recent op-ed on the confusing aspects of the law. Some may think I am one of the “partisan ...


Email letters, September 20,  2013

By Staff

Feds missed warning signs shown by Navy Yard gunman . Leave it up to Bill Grant to blame it on guns than to blame the people who failed to see that a person was a danger to himself and others through his confessions of hearing voices and ...


Printed letters, September 20

By Staff

School board elections are to be nonpartisan for a reason. Partisan elections emphasize politics that are not helpful in selecting school board members. Furthermore, party labels distract voters from asking who has the knowledge and skills to ...


Email letters, September 19,  2013

By Staff

Clifton Elementary shows efficacy of grant money The recent comments of some prospective school board candidates should provoke thoughts of a response in a number of serious-minded citizens across the valley. Candidate John Sluder wonders ...


Printed letters, September 19, 2013

By Staff

I read the opinion piece by the executive director of Citizens Climate Lobby, Mark Reynolds, on Sept. 8. In it he expressed his concern about the loss of coal miners’ jobs in a transition to clean-energy jobs. According to Reynolds, ...


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