Letters

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Printed letters, November 18, 2011

By Staff

Conservatives should support Rep. Tipton I am getting really disgruntled with the disgruntled. A year ago, conservatives in Mesa County helped elect a solid tea-party Republican to the U.S. House of Representatives, Scott Tipton. Already, we ...


November 17, 2011 Printed letters

By Staff

Big-time college football should fund higher ed Apparently the world’s oldest profession is thriving at universities across the nation. The revelations in the Nov. 11 column by George Will angered me so much I can barely maintain civil ...


November 16, email letters

By Staff

Don’t let ‘authorities’ control children’s lives The Daily Sentinel’s front-page story, “More than plows, sows and cows” in the Tuesday edition shows us how our lives are increasingly controlled by ...


Printed letters, November 16, 2011

By Staff

People want services, but don’t want to pay A letter to the editor on Nov. 11 specified that the people have spoken regarding school funding. Unfortunately, from my perspective, what we said is that we want services from the school ...


November 15, email letters

By Staff

Tipton should support San Juan wilderness bill It was great news to hear that Congressman Scott Tipton was in southern Colorado last week to hear from local citizens about the San Juan Wilderness bill proposal. I hope that the congressman ...


Printed letters, November 15, 2011

By Staff

I wonder if all the people who are rejoicing about the Vermillion Basin protection are aware of the fact that the Vermillion contains school trust lands. These are, by law, set aside for the express purpose of producing income for public ...


Email letters, Nov. 14, 2011

By Staff

People want to hear candidate’s plan for the economy The recent CNBC debate should give notice to journalists and networks that Americans are interested in our nation’s future, not biased political “gotcha” questions. ...


Printed letters, Nov. 13, 2011

By Staff

Gary Harmon’s article on the Moab uranium tailings requires correction as they are being relocated, not cleaned up. The original tailings dump was beautifully engineered and, prior to being exhumed, was in perfect condition, hermetically ...


Email letters, Nov. 11, 2011

By Staff

Wars involving Americans should be a priority On Aug. 16 we buried my father, a World War II veteran. In his effects, we discovered several citations and medals that we never knew about. When he told us war stories, they were about funny ...


Email letters, Nov. 11, 2011

By Staff

Wars involving Americans should be a priority On Aug. 16 we buried my father, a World War II veteran. In his effects, we discovered several citations and medals that we never knew about. When he told us war stories, they were about funny ...


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