Letters

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Email leters, Aug. 5, 2011

By Staff

Cutting defense will not serve us well One of the least discussed aspects of the recent debt ceiling legislation is the extreme and mindless reduction in defense spending, especially acute if the super Congress spending reduction targets are ...


Printed letters, August 5, 2011

By Staff

Over the past several months, Bill Grant has praised President Barack Obama and Ken Salazar for their handling of the Gulf oil spill and for removing some areas in Utah from energy exploration. They handled the spill like the amateurs that ...


E-mail letters, August 4, 2011

By Staff

Push to cut spending has bureaucrats worried I think it is interesting that as reported in The Daily Sentinel, the School District 51 survey phone interviews will also ask if the person being surveyed is a member of the tea party. While I am ...


E-mail letters, August 4, 2011

By Staff

Push to cut spending has bureaucrats worried I think it is interesting that as reported in The Daily Sentinel, the School District 51 survey phone interviews will also ask if the person being surveyed is a member of the tea party. While I am ...


Printed letters, August 4, 2011

By Staff

So AARP is now concerned because Obama and Congress are considering cutting billions of dollars from Social Security and Medicare to pay the nation’s bills, according to a recent letter to the editor from AARP council member, Terri ...


E-mail letters, August 3, 2011

By Staff

Government should not be job creators In his Aug. 2nd column, Jim Spehar disparages those who disagree with his view that government creates jobs. He ponders whether “the sloganeers who insist it’s the private sector” that ...


Printed letters, August 2, 2011

By Staff

I am a resident of downtown Grand Junction and a young mother of a kindergartner. Over the past several years, our city’s problem with transients and vagrants has become out of control. While police and social workers seem to be very ...


E-mail letters, August 2, 2011

By Staff

Monument could have hosted premier bike race The top three finishers of this year’s Tour de France recently announced their decisions to participate in Colorado’s USA Pro Challenge bike race August 22¬28. This is a race that ...


Printed letters, August 2, 2011

By Staff

Congress is launching a new assault on our country’s public lands that strikes at the heart of America’s sporting heritage. Similar bills — in the House and the Senate — would open our nation’s roadless ...


E-mail letters, August 1, 2011

By Staff

Seniors can help their grandchildren’s future It’s time to get in front of seniors and challenge them to educate themselves politically and do what’s right for their grandchildren in the next election. America’s debt ...


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