Letters

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Email letters, December 16, 2015

By Staff

Sentinel should report on projects being implemented by Ash Carter If you agree with the candidates in the Republican debate Tuesday night talking about how they would use the Internet or technology to make America safe, please do an ...


BOCC needs balanced approach to public lands

By Staff

BOCC needs balanced approach to public lands Thank you to the Sentinel for the series on public lands. Having visited and hiked many of the areas, I appreciate knowing what is happening in those beautiful spots. Colorado derives significant ...


Email letters, December 15, 2015

By Staff

We should support Western Colorado Dragway I see the Pro Challenge is getting support from a lot of different people. These people come through town and about all that happens is they cause a lot of congestion on the roads, camp out and take ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 15, 2015

By Staff

Let’s not make too much of albatross’ adaptability Greg Walcher’s recent description of the world’s largest tropical seabird rookery at Midway Atoll National Wildlife Sanctuary in the remote central Pacific is spot ...


Email letters, December 14, 2015

By Staff

Recent letter was a drawn-out contortion of the facts Shakespeare wrote that brevity is the soul of wit. So what are we to make of local comedian, history revisionist, and Democrat spin-master Bill Hugenberg? Witless, well, that’s ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 13, 2015

By Staff

How do you distinguish a good guy from a bad guy in a mass shooting? Alan Metcalfe’s recent letter “Armed citizens are the only deterrent to mass shootings” caused me to pause and consider. Picture yourself at the unfolding ...


Email letters, December 11, 2015

By Staff

There should be no wall between Americans of different faiths We are at a dangerous moment in the history of one of the best countries ever conceived. At a time when fear can nearly justify isolating an entire group of people within our ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 11, 2015

By Staff

The empty case against progressive taxation George Will’s Sunday column (“The empty case for progressive tax”) aptly illustrates the utter vacuity and abject sophistry of what currently passes for “conservative ...


Email letters, December 10, 2015

By Staff

Tighter gun control laws and responsible gun ownership are not mutually exclusive Thursday’s juxtaposition of contrasting letters from Bruce Benson (“Easy access to guns is main factor in mass shootings”) and David Dashner ...


Printed Letters: Dec. 10, 2015

By Staff

Why energy companies will skip BLM forum When it comes to BLM retroactively canceling or altering 65 natural gas leases in Western Colorado, the area’s energy companies, like the Mesa County commissioners, will not be attending ...


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