Letters to the editor
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Letter to the Editor: Biblically speaking

I read with interest the Sept. 7 article by Jessica Gibbs on The State of the Bible in 2017. It is of course no surprise that most people who read the Bible are older. Many youth (not all) today and … more

Letter: Parkway still problematic

The recent article on the Jefferson Parkway does a good job of presenting the arguments for the JP, but not as much for the opposition.  As Dan Hartman said, it "is a bad project that will … more

Letter: The limitations of U.S. might

If indeed 'Might can make right' as claimed in an Aug. 3 letter, would not 1940's Germany and Japan have been the most righteous nations on earth? How has the so-called 'strength' … more

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Letter: Bereft of NREL's cost benefit

How is it that after almost 40 years of hoopla re NREL no one has ever reported a cost benefit analysis on the so-called 'National Renewal Energy Lab'? What actually are the annual and total … more

Letter: Agency needs to be protected

July 21 was the birthday of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. The CFPB is a federal agency with the sole purpose of protecting the average consumer from being taken advantage of by big banks … more

Letter: Nothing is free

What one critic of the Republican healthcare plan didn't say in last week's letter to the editor is that she wants socialized medicine. What she and others don't seem to know is that single payer … more

Letter: Don't disparage Dan

We Jefferson County taxpayers and parents look forward to school management by new superintendent Dr. Jason Glass. He's friendly and talented, as was his predecessor Dan McMinimee. But let's not … more

Letter: No to Trumpcare

The American people deserve comprehensive healthcare at low prices that is provided in other countries. It is time to model their plans and that will make America strong. We should not be going … more

Letter: Excited for Glass

I'm excited to welcome Dr. Jason Glass to Jeffco Schools and even more excited about the fresh ideas and possibilities he will bring our students. Dr. Glass brings experience from a wide variety … more

Letter: Ruining regulations

Republicans in Congress define what it means to be a walking contradiction. They decry government as too slow to match the speed of corporate innovation. Yet, instead of giving government the tools … more

Letter: This day in history

If on June 27, 1986, "The International Court of Justice in the Hague ruled that the United States had broken international law and violated the sovereignty of Nicaragua by aiding the Contras.", … more

Letter: The ACA helped me

Please urge your readers to fight against the proposed American Health Care Act. After being laid off, the ACA allowed me to shift my focus from work to family support. This included helping my … more

Letter: Seniors should be supported

I am requesting that your newspaper publish an editorial urging your state's U.S. Senators to preserve in the repeal / replace of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) provisions in the ACA that have … more

Letter: Let's be clear with Glass

It would appear short memory syndrome has conveniently set in for those folks disapproving of the salary for our new superintendent, Dr. Glass.  They have conveniently forgotten, the previous … more

Letter: Fishing expedition

Imagine a political cartoon likened to the story of Moby Dick with all its symbolism. Captain Ahab is standing on the quarterdeck of his whaling ship Pequod. Ahab looks a bit like … more

Letter: A bad bill

The American Health Care Act, which is being drafted in Congress, would mean higher prices for some consumers, less coverage, and tax breaks for big drug and insurance companies. These tax breaks … more
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