Letters

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Printed letters, September 10, 2013

By Staff

All morning the talking heads have been dancing around the facts of Obama’s present Syrian problem. As I see it, and what they’re carefully not saying is, he cannot get U.N. support because of Russia’s veto power on the ...


Email letters, September 5,  2013

By Debra Dobbins

What is affordable about the “Affordable Care” law? Finally. the word is out about what “Affordable Health Care” really means. As my rates have suddenly doubled, I realize that it means health care will be made ...


Printed letters, September 8, 2013

By Staff

Our country is perched on the precipice of making a disastrous decision to pursue a military intervention into a country that is in the middle of a religious and sectarian civil war. Our president made an ill-advised decision a year ago to ...


Printed letters, September 6, 2013

By Staff

Panhandlers should leave if they won’t work On Sunday morning I was parked in the Walmart parking lot at 2545 Rim Rock Avenue while my wife was doing our weekly grocery shopping. While watching the people coming and going from the ...


Email letters, September 5,  2013

By Staff

Heighten enjoyment of football by placing dumpsters on field In his column on new football rules (Aug. 30), Josh Penry bewails the imminent “dispensation” of a new “targeting” rule. The word Penry was groping for is ...


Printed letters, September 5, 2013

By Staff

National parks are the “best of the best” with their unique natural features. Denali, the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, Yellowstone, Glacier and Crater Lake are examples of our best. They are generally remote from many urban areas and ...


Email letters, September 4,  2013

By Staff

Picking winner in Syria becoming no-win situation Would somebody tell me how our president is planning on picking a winner in Syria from three known losers that all hate us? Hezbollah, al-Qaida and Bashar al-Assad are, all three, ...


Printed letters, September 4, 2013

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel’s account of the renovation of Main Street in the 1960s notes also that uranium production was near its peak. The uranium boom was pumping money into the local economy. The construction of the current Grand Junction ...


Email letters, September 3,  2013

By Staff

In light of domestic issues, Congress must vote no on Syria We can’t negotiate meaningful bipartisan solutions to our current debates on health care, the wages we pay our workers, a concise federal energy policy, Wall Street reform, ...


Printed letters, September 3, 2013

By Staff

Consider the following: Our commander in chief makes foolish statement about drawing a red line in the sand regarding Syria’s use of chemical weapons. He does this without any coordination with other countries to sign on. He then ...


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