Letters

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Email letters, May 21, 2012

By Staff

Decision of local Taco Bell franchise owner ‘disappointing’ I find it very disappointing that the new owner of the Grand Junction area Taco Bell franchises, Ken Baysinger, has chosen not to participate in the Colorado Rockies taco ...


Printed letters, May 20, 2012

By Staff

I am extremely pleased with the Town of Palisade’s decision to end fluoridation of our water supply. Mass-medicating everyone, regardless of need and proper medical prescription, is extraordinarily contradictory to any logical ...


Email letters, May 18, 2012

By Staff

Colorado Voter Group calls for more outspoken criticism of HB-1036 We agree with the title of today’s editorial – that the manipulative process used to pass HB-1036 has tainted it. If your paper’s mission includes ...


Printed letters, May 18, 2012

By Staff

Political division in our country is at an all-time high, and I don’t think it will get any better until we have term limits for members of Congress. I firmly believe that many freshmen (of both parties) elected to the House and Senate ...


Email letters, May 17, 2012

By Staff

Public schools should teach homosexuality as crime against nature Shortly after President Obama announced that “Gay Rights are Human Rights” and that he would initiate sanctions against countries that did not protect and promote ...


Printed letters, May 17, 2012

By Staff

The charter-private model for higher education is bad for Colorado. Many governmental programs exist to provide a service the citizens cannot provide as individuals. The vast majority of parents cannot afford the entire cost of their ...


Printed letters, May 16

By Staff

Bill Grant’s opinion-page article warned us that if Mitt Romney gets in as president, our public lands are in danger of being given away to the states or private owners. This is a far reach from reality. The president does not have the ...


Email letters, May 15, 2012

By Staff

Panel rejecting civil unions bill acknowledges will of the people Your page-one story on the GOP-led panel killing the civil unions bill is good news. At least the Republicans are led by men both moral and religious. Too bad that the Sentinel ...


printed letters, May 15

By Staff

Regarding oil shale development on public lands, I agree with The National Parks Conservation Association that the Bush-era plan be revised, and that the BLM’s preferred alternative allows far too many impacts. We should adopt a ...


Email letters, May 14, 2012

By Staff

Sentinel correct not to report on political rally The Sentinel was correct in not covering the WSCA’s “Flop in the Park” last week. One reason for the poor attendance (160) was poor planning. Friday evening at 4 p.m.? Give ...


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