Letters

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Printed letters, July 20, 2010

By Staff

Maes not celebrating Scott McInnis’ troubles Republican Dan Maes declared his candidacy for governor in March 2009. When Scott McInnis entered the race, he called Maes, strongly encouraging him to step down in deference to a man with ...


Printed letters, July 18, 2010

By Staff

Health czar supports wealth redistribution Via recess appointment we have an Obamacare czar, Dr. Donald Berwick. Dr. Berwick has said: “Any health care funding plan that is just, equitable, civilized and humane must, must redistribute ...


E-mail letters, July 16 2010

By Staff

Right wing should demand that Hickenlooper withdraw So The Denver Post calls for our local Gubernatorial candidate to withdraw? Are you kidding? Seriously? What’s a little plagiarism among legal scholars anyway? This is nothing more ...


Printed letters, July 16 2010

By Staff

Conservation groups did not act in good faith Representing the oil and gas industry, I participated in Northwest Colorado Stewardship for three years until I had to withdraw due to a family emergency. NWCOS worked extremely hard and long to ...


E-mail letters, July 14 2010

By Staff

Meeting is opportunity for sportsmen stewards On Friday, officials from the White House and key federal agencies are coming to Colorado. For sportsmen, this is a unique opportunity to talk face-to-face with national leaders about the impact ...


Printed letters, July 15, 2010

By Staff

Rep. Salazar is aggressive in his community outreach I’d like to respond to Rick Wagner’s recent column in The Daily Sentinel. Congressman John Salazar considers the time he spends with the people of Colorado’s 3rd ...


E-mail letters, July 13 2010

By Staff

Rep. Salazar is aggressive in his community outreach I’d like to respond to Rick Wagner’s recent column in The Daily Sentinel. Congressman John Salazar considers the time he spends with the people of Colorado’s 3rd ...


Printed letters, July 14, 2010

By Staff

Group hasn’t endorsed single-payer health system The Mesa County Medical Society and the Colorado Medical Society would like to set the record straight regarding our position on health care reform and our discussions with the two ...


E-mail letters, July 12, 2010

By Staff

Drilling plan for Vermillion didn’t have full stakeholder support It would have been nice if Christi Zeller and David Ludlam, in their July 4 column in The Daily Sentinel, had bothered to get the facts straight prior to preaching on a ...


Printed letters, July 13, 2010

By Staff

Caskey led the way on immigration reform The illegal alien issues are in the mainstream, again. In 2006, the House District 55 Republican candidate researched and saw firsthand the devastation created by the illegal aliens who crossed the ...


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