Letters

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Printed Letters: December 29, 2016

By Staff

Human activity brings environmental impacts It was reassuring to read of Greg Walcher’s deep concern about wildlife impacts from energy development on Dec. 23. Implicit in his column is the reality that powering America means tradeoffs, ...


Email Letters: December 28, 2016

By Staff

National columnist an example of a liberal sore loser Kathleen Parker, who is a regular in The Daily Sentinel, just launched her second scathing, nasty, whining, “We lost” article against the new Republican leadership taking over ...


Printed Letters: December 28, 2016

By Staff

America is a republic, not a democracy Bill Grant’s column on Dec. 21 about ending the Electoral College has generated several letters in disagreement. Rick Wagner’s column on Dec. 22 was an excellent discussion of why Grant is ...


Email Letters: December 27, 2016

By Staff

Prayer of St. Francis offers healing during turbulent year I was struggling to make sense of the division that has gripped our country, and yes, even churches, families and friends in this turbulent political year. I found myself pondering ...


Printed Letters: December 27, 2016

By Staff

The Electoral College should stay I guess people don’t realize the historical complaints about the Electoral College and how important it is for a democratic republic. Our founders discussed endlessly the difficulties of pure democracy ...


Printed Letters: December 25, 2016

By Staff

Forget events center, focus on city’s needs The Sentinel editorial staff is quick to jump on the “Event Center Boondoggle Bandwagon!” I’m not sure I can agree that this is “next-level thinking;” rather I ...


Email Letters: December 23, 2016

By Staff

New committee needs to demonstrate commitment to Coloradans Colorado Senate President-Elect Kevin Grantham contributed a column (Dec 18: “New committee demonstrates commitment to natural resources”) in this newspaper touting the ...


Printed Letters: December 23, 2016

By Staff

Grand Junction needs an events center I have read the objections by opponents of the Grand Junction City Council’s idea to pass a bond issue to build an events center to replace Two Rivers Convention Center. One objection is the ...


Email Letters: December 22, 2016

By Staff

Without Electoral College, largest states would choose president According to Mr. Grant, it would be OK for California to choose our president. That is exactly what would happen without the Electoral College system. Clinton won the popular ...


Printed Letters: December 22, 2016

By Staff

Electoral College has served America well What a shock that columnist Bill Grant would be unhappy with the election and demand abolition of the Electoral College. He rails about how unfair it is that Hillary won the popular vote and American ...


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