Letters

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Email letters, Feb. 15, 2012

By Staff

No one is perfect, especially in politics I am writing to suggest that many persons in our society use what I call “lazy thinking” regarding their attitude about politics. For example, many assume that their favorite candidate ...


Printed letters, Feb. 15, 2012

By Staff

Now that the ethics inquiry regarding Rep. Laura Bradford has foundered because there was nothing there to inquire about, it is time to form a new panel to investigate House Speaker Frank McNulty. He has exhibited bad behavior, merely because ...


Email letters, Feb. 14, 2012

By Staff

Bill will help prevent suicide Colorado has the sixth highest rate of suicide in the nation. 867 Coloradans died by suicide in 2010. The largest number of suicides is among men of working age, 35 to 54. These men are sons, husbands, fathers, ...


Printed letters, Feb. 14, 2012

By Staff

In response to the Feb. 8 article on local students needing remedial work before starting college: Bill Larsen was quoted as saying a dip in funding for college-preparation programs in the district may have had something to do with the ...


Printed letters, Feb. 12, 2012

By Staff

The news media from all sources have been having a field day adding fuel to the fire with the pro-life and pro-choice groups at opposite ends of the spectrum. Recently on the MSNBC.com an article was published originating from Reuters and ...


Printed letters, Feb. 12, 2012

By Staff

The news media from all sources have been having a field day adding fuel to the fire with the pro-life and pro-choice groups at opposite ends of the spectrum. Recently on the MSNBC.com an article was published originating from Reuters and ...


Email letters, Feb. 10, 212

By Staff

Governing via religion is antiquated In his letter to the editor, Richard Puter asserts that majority of the founding fathers were Christians and that is justification for this statement that “to water down the Gospel only emboldens ...


Printed letters, Feb. 10, 2012

By Staff

Bill Grant’s story on the “Komen Foundation blunder” opened with the line, “A shock ran through women of every political persuasion when the Komen for the Cure Foundation announced it was terminating its long support ...


Email letters, Feb. 9, 2012

By Staff

Planned Parenthood is a savior to low income women The news media from all sources have been having a field day adding fuel to the fire with the pro-life and pro-choice groups at opposite ends of the spectrum. Recently on the MSNBC.com an ...


Printed letters, Feb. 9, 2012

By Staff

I agree with Rick Wagner’s assessment of parking meters downtown. Why should shoppers feed the meters downtown while shopping, dining or simply wandering about, paying the same sales taxes they pay at the Mesa Mall or other shopping ...


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