Letters

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E-mail letters, June 30, 2011

By Staff

Violent video games are different from cartoons Members of the U.S. Supreme Court may vote as they see fit, of course. Just don’t insult the intelligence of anybody with common sense by claiming that there’s no difference between ...


Printed letters, June 30, 2011

By Staff

I feel compelled to answer a few of the comments made by those who were displeased by the recent amendment to the Fruita city code to allow residents to have chickens. Are these people not aware that the city of Grand Junction allows for ...


Printed letters, June 29, 2011

By Staff

On June 20, the Mesa County commissioners approved a resolution declaring their support for the Taxpayer Bill Of Rights. This was done in response to a lawsuit, brought about by big-government politicians and liberal groups in Denver, ...


E-mail letters, June 28 2011

By Staff

Leaders display good sense on natural gas legislation I have been following the actions of the Environmental Protection Agency and its attempts to curb our emissions. But it’s not just the EPA that is working to do its part. I ...


Printed letters, June 28, 2011

By Staff

I am exhausted by hope. From the “Man from Hope” to “Hope and Change,” all that has occurred is broadening of wealth redistribution, a huge increase in our national debt and an ever-increasing dependent society. I ache ...


E-mail letters, June 27 2011

By Staff

Mesa commissioners show support for TABOR, voters On June 20, the Mesa County commissioners voted to approve a resolution declaring their support for the Taxpayer Bill Of Rights. This was done in response to a lawsuit, brought about by ...


Printed letters, June 26, 2011

By Staff

Many members of the Grand Valley Citizens Alliance, Battlement Concerned Citizens and the Rifle-Silt-Peach Valley-New Castle groups are very disappointed that Garfield County management has fired its Oil and Gas Liaison, Judy Jordan. Although ...


E-mail letters, June 24 2011

By Staff

We should learn lesson of what felled Rome Question: What have we learned in the last 2,066 years? “The budget should be balanced, the Treasury should be refilled, public debt should be reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be ...


Printed letters, June 24, 2011

By Staff

The Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority is spending grant money to put a gate across the access road blocking entrance to the Civil Air Patrol building and hangar at 2868 Aviators Way, which is used for access to the Western Colorado ...


E-mail letters, June 23 2011

By Staff

Authorities should investigate application for airport fence Another fence at Walker Field — oops, I meant Grand Junction Regional Airport — what’s the point? I am a general aviation pilot and I have the privilege of owning ...


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