Letters

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Printed letters, March 30, 2011

By Staff

A celebration marred, opined Bill Grant in his March 23 column about the one-year anniversary of Obamacare. My question for Grant is, do we normally celebrate a disaster? It’s a disaster because the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid ...


E-mail letters, March 28, 2011

By Staff

Solar energy should proceed in way that protects resources Colorado has been chosen as one of several Western states where large-scale alternative energy development will soon begin. The BLM has identified four locations on public land ...


Printed letters, March 29, 2011

By Staff

As a gun dealer licensed to sell firearms in Colorado and also the proud owner of a concealed-carry handgun permit, I have been following HB 1205, the concealed carry bill, with much interest. To be honest, I am not surprised that this bill ...


Printed letters, March 27, 2011

By Staff

In response to Denny Herzog’s Commentary of March 20 regarding the Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association, we would offer that, given the necessary time, PERA will again be without an unfunded liability as it had been 10 years ...


E-mail letters, March 25, 2011

By Staff

Stop blame game on PERA retirment funds In response to Denny Herzog’s March 20 column concerning PERA retirement and unions, it’s time to stop the blame game and work collaboratively to address the economic challenges Colorado ...


Printed letters, March 25, 2011

By Staff

Over the last few years, I have spent significant time observing and providing input to the city. My main issue has been to convince the City Council that they should not take advantage of a loophole in the TABOR Amendment to issue debt, ...


E-mail letters, March 24, 2011

By Staff

There’s no real trust fund for Social Security The Daily Sentinel did a great service to its readers March 20, by printing the column by Charles Krauthammer. This column nicely explains to John Borgen how wrong-headed his letter is, on ...


Email letters, March 23, 2011

By Staff

Unions have protected workers Denny Herzog may not have learned or else conveniently forgotten a time when there was not collective bargaining and because of that, no middle class. There are good reasons we have a system whereby working ...


Printed letters, March 24, 2011

By Staff

I read that the WildEarth Guardians and Sierra Club filed suit against the Oxbow Mining coal lease. I have had it with the tree-hugging, fern-fondling, bunny-bumping, tie-dyed-hippie-looking environmental groups. From what I have seen, they ...


Printed letters, March 23, 2011

By Staff

City voters must study all candidates I would encourage the voters in Grand Junction to check out people they are voting for in the upcoming City Council elections. Jacob Richards sounds like he would support a marijuana dispensary on most ...


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