Letters

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E-mail letters, August 23, 2010

By Staff

Lack of confidence in Obama has spurred debate over Ground Zero mosque Regarding the mosque slated to be built in New York City: This project has been approved by the mayor of New York City. A city community board voted 29-1 in favor of the ...


Printed letters, August 24, 2010

By Staff

City doesn’t keep business local I see in a recent edition of The Daily Sentinel that the city of Grand Junction has a Denver law firm representing them in a suit filed by a woman who has alleged she was raped by a former Grand Junction ...


Printed letters, August 22, 2010

By Staff

Mosque will be victory monument for Islam The proposed Mosque near Ground Zero in New York City is the Islamic Mount Suribachi. RALPH NASH Grand Junction Salazar’s land-swap plan is a win-win situation I am writing to address a ...


E-mail letters, August 20, 2010

By Staff

What is Buescher’s agenda? Scott Gessler’s recent letter to the editor pointed out that our Secretary of State Bernie Buescher and Western Slope resident requested that Colorado be exempted from the federal election law ...


Printed letters, August 20, 2010

By Staff

Political change won’t come from inside party system Now that the primary elections have come to a close, I find myself not a Democrat, Republican or “tea partier,” but rather a political agnostic. While there are some ...


E-mail letters, August 19, 2010

By Staff

Traffic situation lacks common sense Our traffic situation in this town is laughable. The city is projected to double by 2030 and yet our traffic system has gone back to the dark ages. What is going on is nothing new. Our city has done its ...


E-mail letters, Aug. 18, 2010

By Staff

Sentinel should not use immigration’ regarding ‘illegal immigration’ The Daily Sentinel headline Aug. 18 is misleading and indicative of why the illegal alien debate is constantly skewed towards a political vernacular ...


Printed letters, August 19, 2010

By Staff

Record shows Republicans are the real big spenders The Republicans accuse the Democrats of being big spenders. Let’s look at history and the facts. Because of World War I, the deficit stood at $16 billion in 1930. In 1946, after World ...


Printed letters, August 18, 2010

By Staff

Oil industry has never been properly monitored Years ago, at a congressional hearing in Fort Bragg, a fishing town in northern California, I testified against gas drilling off that wild Pacific coast. The citizens hung bed sheets from their ...


E-mail letters, Aug 17, 2010

By Staff

Quote source correctly if you use it in a letter Hans Croeber provided a quote from Thomas Jefferson in the closing lines of his Aug. 16 letter to the editor. It is unfortunate that many like him, who have arguments that might otherwise be ...


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