Letters

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Email letters, December 5,  2013

By Staff

Obama administration may be manipulating populace Standardized testing shows that American students keep falling farther behind, especially in mathematics. The Obamacare debacle and the American public’s apparent surprise at its ...


Printed letters, December 6, 2013

By Staff

Thank you, bunny huggers and tree lovers, along with your sponsored government regulations. One mining company down (Oxbow) and two to go. Now that the coal industry is on its way out, it is time for the environmentalists to prove they can ...


Printed letters, December 5, 2013

By Staff

Dr. Michael Pramenko’s commentary on Obamacare raises many interesting questions, but it fails to provide any answers, other than Obamacare is the best solution in all cases. Many health care solutions are more realistic, less expensive ...


Email letters, December 4,  2013

By Staff

Environmentalists sabotage much-needed coal industry Thank you, bunny huggers and tree lovers, along with your sponsored government regulations. One down (Ox Bow) and two to go. Now that the coal industry is on its way out, it is time for ...


Printed letters, December 4, 2013

By Staff

As Colorado’s hunters and anglers know from boots-on-the-ground experience, population growth, energy development and off-highway vehicless have steadily eroded quality wildlife habitat and backcountry hunting opportunities in our ...


Email letters, December 3, 2013

By Staff

Ripped jeans inappropriate as part of medical attire This letter is in response to the letter to the editor headlined “Medical assistants should change their greeting protocol.” What about what they are wearing? I object to a ...


Printed letters, December 3, 2013

By Staff

Concerning the riverfront, in a late effort to make up for my personal shortcomings, I’m sending the Riverfront Foundation a check and sending this letter to the editor. What could these newcomer commissioners possibly be thinking? The ...


Email letters, December 2, 2013

By Staff

As country slips away, our own agendas are blinding us It’s hard to believe people out there will stand behind the government, no matter how bad it makes the living conditions or job market or even how much you have to pay in taxes or ...


Printed letters, December 1, 2013

By Staff

My reaction to The Daily Sentinel editorial on Nov. 21 was identical to Bill Marvel’s — disbelief, as was that of nearly all general aviation pilots I know, most of whom have stopped flying into Grand Junction at all. My old ...


Email letters, November 29, 2013

By Staff

Wright must run on record, rather than fear of others Pardon me for being a bit incredulous after reading the story about Jared Wright’s dirty politics letter regarding Fletcher and Webb. It must have been a slow news day for the ...


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