Letters

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Printed letters, Jan. 20

By Staff

It is commendable that the United States and other countries, including the United Nations, can mobilize their resources so quickly and at great expense to rescue and rehabilitate the unfortunate people of Haiti. It is a shame and perhaps ...


E-mail letters, Jan. 20, 2010

By Staff

Candidates need more than a killer smile Recently, I had the pleasure of listening to a very bright young man named Ali Hasan. He is a Republican candidate running to become our next state treasurer. Mr. Hasan seemed to be a vibrant young ...


Printed letters, Jan. 21, 2010

By Staff

Science and religion are not disconnected Recent letter writers stress the importance of teaching evolution and decry the possibility of “old myths” undermining scientific research. Evolution is proclaimed as scientific fact and ...


Jan. 18, E-mail letters

By Staff

Money going to Haiti should have gone earlier It is commendable that the United States, and other countries, including the United Nations, can mobilize their resources so quickly and at great expense to rescue and rehabilitate the unfortunate ...


Printed letters, Jan. 17, 2010

By Staff

Congratulate lawmaker for his mitigation bill The Daily Sentinel’s Jan. 12, editorial, “Mitigation bill runs against the current,” struck a very pessimistic tone about basin-of-origin legislation to be introduced by Rep. ...


Printed letters, Jan. 15, 2010

By Staff

What comes next in airport security? Thanks to Richard Reid, the notorious “shoe bomber,” we have had to take off our shoes every time we fly for the past several years. OK, it is what it is. But now, in light of the Christmas ...


Printed letters, Jan. 14, 2010

By Staff

I don’t see how The Daily Sentinel’s Jan. 13 editorial preference on the latest tax scheme makes any improvement in the proposed health insurance reform. The tax on my so-called Cadillac plan is the only thing in the Senate ...


E-mail letters, Jan. 13, 2010

By Staff

Congratulate lawmaker for pushing mitigation bill The Daily Sentinel’s Jan. 12, editorial, “Mitigation bill runs against the current,” struck a very pessimistic tone about “basin-of-origin” legislation to be ...


Printed letters, Jan. 14, 2010

By Staff

Ritters deserves thanks for fighting gas firms Thank you to Gov. Ritter for being a crusader for our health, wildlife and environment. During his tenure, he was assertive and stood his ground in protecting these precious necessities. He ...


Printed letters, Jan. 13, 2010

By Staff

Minimum-wage law helps drive inflation In reference to Bill Grant’s column in The Daily Sentinel Jan. 6, as an employer in Grand Junction I have no intention of lowering the minimum wage for my employees by 3 cents. Since Amendment 42 ...


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