Letters

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Printed letters, Nov. 17, 2010

By Staff

The Daily Sentinel’s coverage of Craig Meis has been nothing but character assassination, not journalistic reporting. Sentinel reporters have not checked the officer’s or his supervisors’ political affiliation and whether ...


Printed letters, Nov. 17, 2010

By Staff

I would like to protest Antero’s request to increase the well density from 160 acres to 10 acres on Silt Mesa. So close to homes and schools? It is just incomprehensible to me. I live in a subdivision with 87 homes. We now have a gas ...


E-mail letters, November 16, 2010

By Staff

Avoid flying and the TSA militia Airline passengers – and justifiably more so, the airlines’ flying employees — are increasingly frustrated with TSA policies that expand intrusive electronic and physical scrutiny. Electronic ...


Printed letters, Nov. 16, 2010

By Staff

Don’t read this. It’s about politics and religion, two topics on the conversation black list. But maybe that’s exactly why we have to talk about them. In fact, if we can talk with civility about politics and religion, we can ...


E-mail letters, Nov. 15, 2010

By Staff

Wagner’s remedies are baseless Rick Wagner’s remedies for undoing what he thinks are Congress’ dastardly economic policies seem baseless. Corporations were contributing 34 percent of federal income tax revenues in the robust ...


Printed letters, Nov. 14, 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. ...


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 ...


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