Letters

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Email letters, Nov. 23, 2012

By Staff

Pravda writer: Americans will go ‘down into slavery without a fight’ “American capitalism gone with a whimper” was the headline in a recent online edition of Pravda, a Russian newspaper. In this article it says, ...


Published letters, November 23, 2012

By Staff

All of us can keep taxes the way they are on the first $250,000 we earn if the House passes a bill approved by the Senate. President Obama has promised to sign it right away, giving businesses and Christmas shoppers stability and keeping the ...


Printed letters, November 22, 2012

By Staff

Regarding the controversy surrounding the use of Four Mile Road as a heavy-haul road for the energy industry, it is interesting to note that the Garfield County commissioners had no problem approving the use of two main roads in Battlement ...


Email letters, Nov. 21, 2012

By Staff

Proposed cycling race route disregards needs of private citizens The Grand Junction USA Pro Cycling Challenge organizing committee recently submitted a proposal that includes holding the race in the orchards of Palisade and the farmlands of ...


Published letters, November 21, 2012

By Staff

There has been an abundance of almost daily coverage regarding the passage of Amendment 64 (legalization of marijuana), which passed by a margin of 10 percent. Curiously, however, the passage of Amendment 65 (a non-binding petition in support ...


Email letters, Nov. 20, 2012

By Staff

Families ought to prepare for hikes in energy, taxes Charles Ashby’s article today is nothing more than an effort to embarrass and divide conservatives and Republicans in Mesa County. His attempt to portray me as something other than an ...


Letters To The Editor, Nov. 20

By Staff

Wagner has unrealistic view of U.K. way of life This letter is in response to a recent column by Rick Wagner on the election loss by the conservatives. omewhat unrelated to this title, he commented about how bad things are in the U.K. by ...


Email letters, Nov. 19, 2012

By Staff

GARCO commissioners waver in heavy haul road rulings Regarding the controversy surrounding the use of Four Mile Road as a heavy haul road for the energy industry, it is interesting to note that the Garfield County Board of County ...


Printed letters, November 18, 2012

By Staff

In the Nov. 10 story regarding the BLM’s adoption of a plan restricting oil shale development in the American West, federal bureaucrats and Colorado’s Democratic senators seemed to try to outdo each other in making misleading ...


Email letters, Nov. 16, 2012

By Staff

Petraeus ‘sex scandal’ just typifies a societal norm Mickey Shanabarger is dead wrong in his letter published Nov. 14, opining that David Petraeus was not unfaithful to the country, only to his wife. We do not live in isolation. ...


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