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Email Letters: November 18, 2016

By Staff

Conservatism won and faith is renewed in American people In October, my husband and I traveled through California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah, and Colorado. The only Hillary sign we saw was a “Hillary for Prison” billboard. We saw lots ...


Printed Letters: November 18, 2016

By Staff

All animals change global temperature Ask any globalist and they will tell you that global temperature changes are due to CO2 and methane. Animals, bugs, and people produce most of these two gasses. There are seven billion people, probably 20 ...


Email Letters: November 17, 2016

By Staff

Trump’s election should be a wake up call to those on sidelines Putting politics and profits above principles, we now have Trump. A man who sexually assaulted women, demeaned women, insulted real war heroes, sowed religious and racial ...


Printed Letters: November 17, 2016

By Staff

Higher royalties results in local revenues The Bureau of Land Management oversees the production of oil and natural gas on federal lands. These lands and the minerals they contain are owned by all Americans. A portion of the money generated ...


Email Letters: November 16, 2016

By Staff

Protestors should know that Trump won fair and square Eileen O’Toole (“We really need to talk about bigotry in the open”) takes issue with the notion that conservatives accepted the results of the last eight years. Well, ...


Printed Letters: November 16, 2016

By Staff

Consider building new Senior Citizens Center Now is the time again for the various boards and councils to address the need for a new Senior Citizens Center or Community Recreation Center for the Grand Junction community. These governing ...


Email Letters: November 15, 2016

By Staff

A republic is not the same as a democracy In Sunday’s Sentinel, Gene Goffin points out that he was lied to when he learned in school that we live in a democracy. For what it’s worth, it’s doubtful his teachers were purposely ...


Printed Letters: November 15, 2016

By Staff

We have more pressing needs than roundabout I, like many of the residents in the Redlands, have been following and attending the meetings that have been held explaining the “need” for the Redlands’ Roundabout. I have also ...


Email Letters: November 14, 2016

By Staff

The Electoral College is an anachronistic, imbalanced system One sentence gave me great pause as I was reading the Nov. 11 editorial: “Rural voters punch above their weight in this system and that’s a good thing.” Actually, ...


Printed Letters: November 13, 2016

By Staff

Voters should decide on TABOR refund The Sentinel has taken the editorial position that promises made to voters are meaningless. Several years ago voters gave permission to the City of Grand Junction to use funds, that otherwise would have ...


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