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Printed letters, April 24, 2011

By Staff

Kudos to The Daily Sentinel editorial staff for coming out in favor of the Simpson-Bowles deficit-reduction plan. As hard-liners on both the left and right continue to dig in their heels, it becomes more and more likely that our ...


E-mail letters, April 22, 2011

By Staff

Wagner and Ryan wrong on proposed budget remedy Rick Wagner is an ideological partisan whose rants merit only one response from knowledgeable people — unambiguous rejection. Under Rep. Paul Ryan’s plan, the poorest Americans ...


Printed letters, April 22, 2011

By Staff

There is an alarming statewide issue that has gone unmentioned during the name-change discussions at Mesa State College in Grand Junction and Metro State College in Denver. The issue is that Colorado public colleges and universities must ...


E-mail letters, April 21, 2011

By Staff

Palmer’s comment raises the hackles of one reader While I agree that dogs should not be allowed to run wild at the Downtown Farmers Market, I question the time spent by City Council and staff on such a trivial matter. I especially ...


Printed letters, April 21, 2011

By Staff

This is a response to Bill Grant’s recent column regarding the so-called “tea party ways” of Rep. Scott Tipton. Grant appears to be misinformed about some simple facts regarding Medicare and Medicaid, and has also revealed ...


E-mail letters, April 20, 2011

By Staff

Funding issues drive colleges to seek out-of-state students There is an alarming statewide issue that has gone unmentioned during the name-change discussions at Mesa State College in Grand Junction and Metro State College in Denver. The issue ...


Printed letters, April 20, 2011

By Staff

Generally, people on the political left in our country oppose capital punishment, but support abortion, while people on the political right oppose abortion, but support capital punishment. Isn’t there an incongruity within each of these ...


Printed letters, April 19, 2011

By Staff

Name change for college is essential In 2007, Mesa State College came out with a report that showed the college added more than $190 million to the regional economy. Four years later, it is reported that the college contributes more than $300 ...


E-mail letters, April 18, 2011

By Staff

GAO report found government bloat Lost among the news of Mideast riots, Japanese disasters and threats of government shutdowns was a March 1 General Accounting Office Report that uncovered billions of dollars in Washington bloat. Here are ...


Printed letters, April 17, 2011

By Staff

Ryan budget based on Rand’s philosophy Since the publication of Rep. Paul Ryan’s Republican federal budget plan, a lot of people have been trying to pinpoint its philosophical underpinnings. This is no longer a mystery since the ...


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