Letters

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Printed letters, January 12, 2012

By Staff

The endless theater of the absurd that is the Republican presidential nomination process reached a new high in New Hampshire. Most of the candidates ganged up on Mitt Romney and accused him of being — gasp! — a capitalist doing ...


Email letters, Jan 10, 2012

By Staff

Build a refinery instead of a pipeline Xcel wants a rate hike because it has shut down some major coal-fired power plants, and power from gas-fired plants costs several times more than from coal fired. Plus it increases the price of gas to ...


Printed letters, Jan. 11, 2012

By Staff

Emily Anderson’s article, “Tough sell,” painted an accurate picture of the decline in the number of Realtors in the Grand Junction area. However, by choosing to lead her story with Lori Garrison’s description of her ...


Email letters, Jan. 9, 2012

By Staff

A healthy mouth can mean a healthier Colorado economy While many Coloradans focus on their 2012 New Year’s resolutions, community and public health leaders across the state are pledging to improve the oral health of all Coloradans. ...


Printed letters, Jan. 10, 2012

By Staff

Rhetoric regarding American energy independence is regularly used to justify risky extraction activities. Simple research easily shows that energy has been among the top three U.S. exports for years now, suggesting that current policy favors ...


Printed letters, Jan. 8, 2012

By Staff

While the Mesa Valley Education Association values all that is done on the part of The Daily Sentinel to inform the community and support the students and staff of School District 51, we take exception to a comment stated in the Sentinel ...


Email letter, Jan. 6, 2012

By Staff

Make local economy an ‘energy beets economy’ Mark my words: A decade of stagflation is coming upon the United States that will make the Nixon era look like a picnic. This is because of our $15 trillion national debt and the $1 ...


Email letters, Jan. 5, 2012

By Staff

Capitalism will work better with less restrictions While capitalism has been called the worst economic system there is, that’s only true until it’s compared to any other economic system. It’s acknowledged that it isn’t ...


Printed letters, Jan. 6, 2011

By Staff

I had to repress a hearty laugh when I read the former Colorado National Monument superintendent’s comment about her “close working relationships” with the school district. During the two years that I worked with her as ...


Email letters, Jan. 4, 2012

By Staff

Organizing committee relied on bully tactics The Dec. 31 Daily Sentinel article which recounts Joan Anzelmo, former Monument Superintendent, talking to the High Country News about her stressful and often hostile experience dealing with the ...


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