Letters

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Printed letters, September 13, 2013

By Staff

Thanks, Delta County Sheriff Fred McKee. McKee, pictured on the cover of America’s 1st Freedom, along with 54 more Colorado sheriffs, has spearheaded a coalition successfully opposing Colorado’s inane new gun laws, which restrict ...


Email letters, September 12,  2013

By Staff

It’s time to change school board dynamics In reference to James O’Malley’s letter to The Daily Sentinel, the article only covered a very small portion of what questions were asked and what was discussed. If O’Malley ...


Printed letters, September 12, 2013

By Staff

The Club 20 meeting concerning health care, held Sept. 7 at the Two Rivers Convention Center, was the epitome of a public meeting. The guest speakers were knowledgeable and articulate. The audience was interested and inquisitive. The ...


Email letters, September 11,  2013

By Staff

Taxpayers deserve better return on investment on per-pupil spending This letter is concerning the statewide sales tax increase for the public schools. One figure that seems to be brushed aside most of the time is the investment per pupil per ...


Printed letters, September 11, 2013

By Staff

I don’t know whether on past 9/11s, prior to 2012, we had any military assets on alert — just in case. We painfully know that there were none on Sept. 11, 2012. If there had been, perhaps the Benghazi debacle might have turned out ...


Email letters, September 10,  2013

By Staff

School board candidates must not sign off on more brainwashing Although I find myself pleased that more people are getting involved in the local school board elections, I am not seeing new ideas coming from the candidates. The Mesa County ...


Printed letters, September 10, 2013

By Staff

All morning the talking heads have been dancing around the facts of Obama’s present Syrian problem. As I see it, and what they’re carefully not saying is, he cannot get U.N. support because of Russia’s veto power on the ...


Email letters, September 5,  2013

By Debra Dobbins

What is affordable about the “Affordable Care” law? Finally. the word is out about what “Affordable Health Care” really means. As my rates have suddenly doubled, I realize that it means health care will be made ...


Printed letters, September 8, 2013

By Staff

Our country is perched on the precipice of making a disastrous decision to pursue a military intervention into a country that is in the middle of a religious and sectarian civil war. Our president made an ill-advised decision a year ago to ...


Printed letters, September 6, 2013

By Staff

Panhandlers should leave if they won’t work On Sunday morning I was parked in the Walmart parking lot at 2545 Rim Rock Avenue while my wife was doing our weekly grocery shopping. While watching the people coming and going from the ...


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