Letters

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E-mail letters, April 13, 2010

By Staff

‘History Here and Now’ prompts enjoyment, trips I enjoy reading every “History Here and Now,” written by Kathy Jordan.  Every week I drive by the locations that she writes about to see where the history took ...


Printed letters, April 13, 2010

By Staff

Express your opinion without angry rants Lately, while running errands, I have found myself on the receiving end of people’s opinions of President Obama. These opinions are laced with violent threats against the president and it ...


E-mail letters, April 12, 2010

By Staff

Reports of drilling spills are quite disconcerting I was perusing the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission database the other day, doing research for a college paper, and I discovered that records of spills and other releases of ...


Printed letters, April 13, 2010

By Staff

Story on county plan was ‘Pollyannish puff’ I would like to thank Denny Herzog for his timely column explaining the process by which The Daily Sentinel edits its news stories. Now I understand how the story, “County to spend ...


E-mail letters, April 9, 2010

By Staff

Almost half the population are not paying taxes I read the recent front-page article by the Associated Press and was shocked to learn that 47 percent of the U.S. population pays no income tax whatsoever, due to receiving tax credits and ...


Printed letters, April 11, 2010

By Staff

Services Mesa County families depend on have been strained by the recession and ensuing state budget cuts. It is a mistakew to suggest that “virtually every part of state government plans to expand the number of jobs next year,” as ...


Printed letters, April 9

By Staff

Legislature must enact stricter medical pot law The medical marijuana law, Amendment 20, is bad medicine that is raising boils on the body politic. It is time for the Colorado Legislature to get serious and curb this outbreak by enacting ...


E-mail letters, April 8, 2010

By Staff

It’s Toyota’s turn for problems now The massive recalls and lawsuits show that Toyota is not the White Knight for the auto-buying public. What is even more concerning is how long it took them to admit that they had safety problems ...


Printed letters, April 8, 2010

By Staff

I am writing in reference to Rick Wagner’s March 25 column. I am a 56-year-old man whose friends routinely chide him about his liberal political leanings. It is in good fun, and there is generally more humor than rancor in our ...


E-mail letters, April 7, 2010

By Staff

It’s not jingoism to defend our country I would like to remind the young people Dennis Herzog mentioned in his column recently, that their idealism is lacking some facts about our history regarding our supposed jingoism when we defend ...


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