Letters

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Printed letters, March 12, 2013

By Staff

Recently, the Colorado Legislature rejected House Bill 1045, Jared Wright’s essential legislation nullifying the president’s practiced authority of detaining U.S. citizens without due process, counsel or habeas corpus. Based on ...


Printed letters, March 10, 2013

By Staff

School District 51 seems to be interested in safety measures that are going to have a significant budgetary impact. I have another idea. What about an airport-like security fence around the property? Staffed gates would control access. Most ...


Email letters, March 8, 2013

By Staff

President dishonest about sequestration One can’t help but wonder how many ardent supporters of President Obama would now be willing to acknowledge how dishonest he has been with all Americans regarding the origination, implementation ...


Printed letters, March 8, 2013

By Staff

I haven’t heard a single good argument from gun advocates as to why ordinary citizens need assault weapons or high-magazine clips. One of their arguments is that many law-abiding citizens have these weapons and ammo, they use them ...


Email letters March 7, 2013

By Staff

Editorial aptly assessed flaws of Senate Bill 195 It’s always interesting when on occasion a Sentinel editorial position lends particular insight into a controversial subject that enlightens all of us, regardless of our political ...


Printed letters, March 7, 2013

By Staff

Brady Trucking has been, and continues to be, a good corporate citizen of Grand Junction. It has played by the rules in every respect in developing its property. Brady Trucking granted a significant part of its property for the riverfront ...


Email letters, March 6, 2013

By Staff

Assault weapons supporters offer only weak arguments I haven’t heard a single good argument from gun advocates as to why ordinary citizens need assault weapons or high-magazine clips. One of their arguments is that many law-abiding ...


Email letters, March 5, 2013

By Staff

Gun control further erodes freedom One of the thoughts that went through my mind when I joined the Marine Corps in 1966 was “someone has to be willing to die for their country.” Freedom has a price, and throughout the history of ...


Printed letters, March 6, 2013

By Staff

Duffy Hayes has done a superb job of tracking the treatment of Chantal Unfug’s firing. To quote his last article: “A Daily Sentinel analysis of the emails sent and received by Unfug and the three commissioners between the dates of ...


Printed letters, March 5, 2013

By Staff

It is amazing how quickly the corruption of politics in Denver ruins our elected representatives, or maybe just exposes them for what they are. A classic case is Colorado’s 59th District Rep. Mike McLachlan. Twenty-four hours before he ...


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