Letters

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Printed Letters: Nov. 20, 2014

By Staff

Pramenko keeps beating a dead horse with ACA Like the snakes in the un-Affordable Care Act that just keep on coming, Dr. Pramenko just keeps on whipping a dead horse. The life that Jonathan Gruber managed to breathe into the act, by subterfuge ...


Email letters, November 19, 2014

By Staff

Those defending Gruber have no credibility To all the Democratic talking heads, the subservient media, and the letter writers who are defending the tactics of Jonathan Gruber to get Obamacare approved – while you may think that voters ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 19, 2014

By Staff

Voting laws and uniformed voters have consequences We can all agree that all who are legally entitled to vote should be given every opportunity to do so. However, after reading the account in the Sentinel on Nov. 9 of the voting that occurred ...


Email letters, November 18, 2014

By Staff

GOP muffled their extreme agenda to appear moderate in the election You have to hand it to the Republicans in this last election. They muffled their extreme right-wing agenda so that they could appear more “moderate.” For example, ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 18, 2014

By Staff

Addiction can’t be punished away; treatment is needed In retrospect, Mesa County had a thriving substance abuse recovery community 20 years ago. The National Council of Alcoholism sponsored Winter School, which trained counselors for ...


Email letters, November 17, 2014

By Staff

Krauthammer’s specious assertions in ‘The Gruber Confession’ debunked Local critics of the Affordable Care Act were undoubtedly thrilled Sunday by Charles Krauthammer’s polemic reveling in “The Gruber ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 16, 2014

By Staff

Money on lawsuit better spent protecting grouse It is unfortunate that the state of Colorado plans to sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over the decision to list the Gunnison sage-grouse as a threatened species. All the money spent on a ...


Email letters, November 14, 2014

By Staff

It’s a good time to contact representatives about further direct military action Back in September, before going on break to focus on the election campaigns, the House of Representatives considered a bill, H.J.R. 124, to keep the ...


Printed Letters: Nov. 14, 2014

By Staff

Bring back school schedule with longer summer break A recent issue in School District 51 is the consistent shortening of the summer vacations over the last few years. While most of us can only guess as to the reason behind this, many are ...


Email letters, November 13, 2014

By Staff

Column articulates need for conversations about end-of-life care and planning Thank you for the insightful, compassionate, and courageous column on Sunday by hospice and palliative care nurse Mary Jo Hughes. She well articulates our need for ...


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