Letters

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Email letters, June 9, 2014

By Staff

Anti-depressant drugs could be huge factor in violence There is interesting information online about teenagers and mass killings that haven’t been headlined: anti-depressant drugs. Virtually all teenage mass murderers (and suicides) ...


Printed Letters: June 8, 2014

By Staff

Constitution protects us from religious zealots In response to Boyd Arnold: Our laws are based on the Constitution, not the Bible. It is against the law to discriminate. Would it be acceptable for a Muslim business owner to refuse service to ...


Email letters, June 6, 2014

By Staff

President must have poor political advisors I have come to the conclusion that the President must have the dumbest political advisors in the world. It is sad that apparently he listens to them. L.W. HUNLEY Grand Junction Timing of terrorist ...


Printed Letters: June 6, 2014

By Staff

Sheriff candidate victim of character assassination It is unfortunate and shameful when normally well-mannered people resort to exaggeration, untruths and character assassination. Sadly, this is what’s happening to John Pennington, the ...


Email letters, June 5, 2014

By Staff

Pennington’s comments indicate disregard of crime In a recent article, Republican Steve King’s opponent for sheriff, John Pennington, said, incredulously, that he “doesn’t feel safeguarded” when he sees the ...


Printed Letters: June 5, 2014

By Staff

Experience matters 
in county sheriff’s race We read with some surprise a recent article in The Daily Sentinel highlighting the positions of Mesa County sheriff candidate John Pennington. While we assume this gentleman is well ...


Email letters, June 4, 2014

By Staff

Global warming is nonexistent; CO2 emissions appear to benefit plant life There is no global warming or cooling from either man or sun. Period. China, their coal-fired power plants, all the SUVs, cars, trucks, buses, all the US coal-fired ...


Printed Letters: June 4, 2014

By Staff

CMU student athletes take school seriously In response to the person who breezed into town from the Front Range last week and felt compelled to throw stones at CMU student athletes, allow me to stand up for them.   While we’re ...


Email letters, June 3, 2014

By Staff

Aquafresca’s actions contradict vocal support of TABOR I would like to urge Mesa County Republicans to select Dan Thurlow as our candidate for the District 55 House seat. Thurlow has stated in no uncertain terms that he will support ...


Printed Letters: June 3, 2014

By Staff

Visitors unimpressed with local behavior My husband and I recently traveled a thousand miles from Midland, Texas, to Grand Junction to attend the graduation of our grandson from Fruita Monument High School. We arrived a few days early in ...


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