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Email letters, January 23, 2014

By Staff

Interior has long violated state laws regarding our legal rights Welcome to the party, Daily Sentinel. Thursday’s editorial was “spot on” in saying that Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell violated Colorado state law with the ...


Printed letters, January 23, 2014

By Staff

With all of the flurry around the airport, it appears some of the most vital information is missing. I have been involved with this for the past three years, and it needs to be made clear that the current Airport Authority members are the ...


Email letters, January 22, 2014

By Staff

After feds refuse to pay PILT, is it time to take lands back? OK, let me see. The federal government, through the BLM, wants to close more than 67 percent of our access to our public lands. The Forest Service is rapidly closing roads and ...


Printed letters, January 22, 2014

By Staff

Without going into all the details, there is a great gulf between sportsmen and “hunters.” Sportsmen respect the animals they hunt and their fellow sportsmen. They adhere to the fair-chase concept and follow the rules. When there ...


Email letters, January 21, 2014

By Staff

U.S. must change laws, policies that favor wealthiest 5 percent I am a fan of David Brooks, but I take exception with his column, “Inequality argument attacks the effect, not the causes of income differences,” published in ...


Printed letters, January 21, 2014

By Staff

On Jan. 1 The Daily Sentinel ran an editorial entitled, “Local governments must dare greatly.” Since that editorial, various columns and letters to the editor have followed, expressing varying degrees of support for the ...


Email letters, January 20, 2014

By Staff

TV ads only teach children greed I am writing in reference to the TV ads for AT7T 4GLTE network, with the gentleman and the group of young kids (sitting at a table, or on balance balls, or on the floor). Does anyone else find these ads ...


Printed letters, January 19, 2014

By Staff

It was great to read that Grand Junction is 19th best on the Kaufmann Association list of “Hotbeds of Tech Startup.” That is good news for our town. Surely lists like this one and “Best Places to Retire” are good ...


Email letters, January 17, 2014

By Staff

Clapper’s lying to Congress denigrates founders’ vision Why should James Clapper, Obama’s director of National Intelligence, be prosecuted for lying to Congress about the NSA, which is a felony? The central tenet of ...


Printed letters, January 17, 2014

By Staff

Somehow, I didn’t expect a politician to come out in favor of air pollution, but Rep. Ray Scott has. Maybe that takes a special kind of courage. As we slowly move to Mesa County, we are learning about local pols. The learning process ...


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