Letters

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Email letters, January 22, 2013

By Staff

Teaching realities of U.S. history can be a tricky balancing act In the article by Emily Shockley, “Teaching American History,” I am once again confronted with a disregard for what I am teaching in our middle schools, although it ...


Email letters, January 21, 2013

By Staff

U.S. citizens enjoy more freedom than ever before I am writing in response to Robert Burkholder’s letter in which he writes “When we were governed by God, we had no need for threat of force or for ever-increasing government ...


Printed letters, January 22, 2013

By Staff

I am concerned about the plans to drill for natural gas near my home east of Mesa. I have witnessed how the air quality has declined along the Colorado River near Rifle as the gas industry has expanded recently. It only takes one’s sense ...


Printed letters, January 20, 2013

By Staff

Why the large headline in the Thursday Sentinel? “Affidavit: Sex while sons roasted.” How naive of us not to expect it. We should congratulate ourselves. The two kids dying while their mother and her lover were having ...


Email letters, January 18, 2013

By Staff

After vote to legalize pot, Jensens’ deaths unsurprising Why the large headline in the Thursday Sentinel?  “Affidavit: Sex while sons roasted.” How naive of us not to expect it. We should congratulate ourselves. The ...


Printed letters, January 18, 2013

By Staff

As expected, there are those who are critical of Congressman Scott Tipton’s vote against the Senate bill (actually it is more accurate to call it a “deal”), which some claimed would avert the so-called fiscal cliff. Those ...


Email letters, January 17, 2013

By Staff

Armed school employees could deter another tragedy I understand the emotional need to take some action to prevent further tragedies like that at Sandy Hook, but we need to exercise reason over emotion in fashioning a solution. Outlawing ...


Printed letters, January 17, 2013

By Staff

I’ve seen several stories recently about Colorado’s new, all Democratic-controlled government. The House, Senate and governor are ready to get right to work on the important issue facing Colorado. It’s not education, jobs or ...


Email letters, January 16, 2013

By Staff

Contact Bennet, Udall to urge reform of filibuster rules Since the inception of representative government and the universal installation and respect for a one representative-one vote system of ethics, the rule by majority has made way for a ...


Printed letters, January 16, 2013

By Staff

I want to thank the District 51 Board of Education for hosting open houses last week to gather input on proposed calendars for the 2013-14 school year. I was unable to attend, but my husband participated in the event at Pomona Elementary and ...


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