Letters

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Email letters, April 6, 2012

By Staff

Sentinel should publish more, short letters It sure would be nice to go back to the old style “letters to the editor” section where one could see the views and opinions of six to eight different writers rather that the new policy ...


Printed letters, April 6, 2012

By Staff

Regarding Paul Shockley’s March 29 story about Marvin Ellis taking a plea deal in illegal lion hunts: How sick does someone have to be to intentionally wound an animal so that it can be more easily tracked down at a later time? How ...


Email letters, April 5, 2012

By Staff

Kindness reminded visitor of Easter’s message of hope I would like to express my thanks and the gratitude of my family to the people of Grand Junction this Easter. As a soldier deployed to Afghanistan, I flew in to your town from Herat ...


Printed letters, April 5, 2012

By Staff

Regarding the April 1 Daily Sentinel columns, “The best way to teach math in the 21st century”: Jody Mimmack and Bill Larsen argue, in their endorsement of yet another new approach to new math, that 21st century skills also require ...


Email letters, April 4, 2012

By Staff

Obama shows lack of constitutional knowledge In his speech on April 3 to the Associated Press Luncheon, our esteemed president showed his lack of knowledge again. He refereed to unelected judges overturning acts of Congress. I am surprised, ...


Printed letters, April 4, 2012

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel recently reported that Endangered Species Act “Protection of 3 wildflowers could cost millions in oil, gas impacts.” As explicitly stated in the government’s economic analysis, critical habitat ...


Email letters, April 3, 2012

By Staff

More research is needed on Parkinson’s Disease April is Parkinson’s awareness month. According to the National Parkinson’s Foundation, “one million individuals in the U.S. live with Parkinson’s, with ...


Printed letters, April 3, 2012

By Staff

The recent news of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s interference in the Piñon Ridge uranium mill licensing issue, as reported in the March 15 edition of The Daily Sentinel, raises some important and alarming concerns. First is ...


Email letters, April 2, 2012

By Staff

What is liberal and what is conservative? Reinhold Niebuhr, esteemed Christian theologian of a few generations ago, begins his two-volume work on the Nature and Destiny of Man with this observation: “Man has always been his own most ...


Printed letters, April 1, 2012

By Staff

How long has it been since you stood in front of a classroom of students to teach? For most people, never. And for many making decisions about the direction of your school district, they have not been in front of students in a dozen or more ...


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