Letters

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Email letters, Oct. 3, 2012

By Staff

How do Garco commissioners determine a majority of citizens? While reviewing the news story concerning the forum for the candidates running for the board of county commisioners, I was disturbed by the comments of Commissioner Martin and his ...


Printed letters, October 3, 2012

By Staff

You pause and look closely at an ancient wall. In the mortar between the rocks you see the outline of fingers. Looking down at your own hand, you feel a human connection to the builder. You think about the time, skill and effort that went ...


Email letters, Oct. 2, 2012

By Staff

Americans can turn nation’s risky course around by getting out to vote As we face a very critical election, one must consider what is at risk. There has never been a clearer contrast between the candidates, especially with the ...


Printed letters, October 2, 2012

By Staff

After I read Jim Spehar’s column on the county’s jobs and economy, an image of two pyramids came to mind. The first pyramid consists of a ranking of top employers. The apex is almost entirely made up of the public sector. The ...


Email letters, Oct. 1, 2012

By Staff

Sentinel readers need explanation of how to keep good jobs in the valley If you “follow the money,” it is not a fact that government originates job creation as asserted by Jim Spehar in his recent column. The funds that create ...


Printed letters, September 30, 2012

By Staff

This is in response to the story that appeared Sept. 22 regarding Mesa County’s largest employers. Identifying the top employers in our community can be a challenging project. The Grand Junction Economic Partnership staff reaches out ...


Email letters, Sept. 28, 2012

By Staff

Energy industry’s contributions to Grand Valley are appreciated This is in response to the story appearing Sept. 22 regarding Mesa County’s largest employers. Identifying the top employers in our community can be a challenging ...


Printed letters, September 28, 2012

By Staff

Would we really be that bad off if Obama gets re-elected? I was pondering that question recently. For one, we would find out how much money we can spend before our huge debt tanks the stock markets, spikes interest rates to double digits and ...


Email letters, Sept. 27, 2012

By Staff

National debt will fall on Americans like heavy house of cards Jim Spehar’s Sept. 25 column touting public sector jobs mysteriously ignored the $16 trillion national debt that government has run up in part to pay for them. The private ...


Printed letters, September 27, 2012

By Staff

Why won’t our law-enforcement legislator show facts to support his dramatic claims about increases of “too stoned to drive” nationwide? Most states have zero tolerance levels to begin with. Accurate for impairment or just ...


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