Letters

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E-mail letters, November 11, 2010

By Staff

Allard is misinformed about money from Roan In a Nov. 5 article, “Allard: Roan plan could have helped,” former U.S. Sen. Wayne Allard seems to have been seriously misinformed about the economics of drilling the Roan Plateau. ...


Printed letters, Nov. 12, 2010

By Staff

I’ll get right to the point. Commissioner Craig Meis is not the villain many are making him out to be, including The Daily Sentinel. It surprises me that so many have suspended their minds as not to think. Here is the Meis family ...


Printed letters, November 11, 2010

By Staff

Diverse interests can protect public lands One of the most remarkable developments in public policy in this country is the convergence of diverse interests, stakeholders and federal and state agencies in broad coalitions to protect and ...


E-mail letters, November 10, 2010

By Staff

Don’t be overly offended by Hickenlooper’s comment Yes, Gov.-elect John Hickenlooper may have inappropriately labeled rural Coloradans as backward-thinking. But, after reading Gary Taylor’s reasoning in demanding an apology ...


E-mail letters, November 9, 2010

By Staff

Sharia Law is a threat to entire United States If people not familiar with Sharia Law, they might want to familiarize themselves with it, especially women. Believe it or not it appeared on the ballot in Oklahoma.  Fortunately 70 percent ...


Printed letters, Nov. 10, 2010

By Staff

Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper made a comment I believe deserves a response from a rural, native-born Coloradan with American Indian roots. His arrogant comment was that rural Coloradans were backward-thinking. I would like to sum up who we ...


Printed letters, Nov. 9, 2010

By Staff

Meis’ actions amount to abuse of power I’m trying to figure out my reaction to the story about Craig Meis’ “personal tea party” protest. If I read the facts correctly, he allowed his son to break a state law on ...


E-mail letters, Nov. 8, 2010

By Staff

Politicians should expect to get fired if they don’t do their job Reactions to recent newspaper news regarding our latest election: First, there are the thoughts of letter writer Jose Lucero in his letter of Nov. 4,  in which he ...


Printed letters, Nov. 7, 2010

By Staff

Really? You are a big game hunter and you cannot tell the difference between a moose and an elk? If you are that inept at identifying big game animals — moose or elk in North America — then you had better go to WalMart and get a ...


E-mail letters, Nov. 5, 2010

By Staff

Book on Obama’s fiscal policy should be require reading A new book out by Denish D’Souza, “Roots of Obama’s Rage” should be required reading for everyone under 60-years of age. Our children and grandchildren will ...


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