Letters to the editor
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Ann Healey's column on the Republican presidential campaign may indeed have a lesson for us in how not to run a campaign. But in all fairness, I would look forward to a companion column on the … more
A day hardly goes by without a news story of how great the jobs market is in Colorado. I agree it’s great — for the employers. For the average “good paying” job … more
We can all agree with the superintendent and Littleton School Public Schools' desire to heal after the tragic shooting at Arapahoe High School.  Having said that, however, I remain concerned … more
At 7 p.m. March 1, Colorado will be one of 15 U.S. states and territories that will participate in Super Tuesday — the mega media date when most states hold primary elections or state caucuses … more
The Scientific and Cultural Facilities District reauthorization bill, SB-016, falls short of good government ideals. Here's why: Accountability SB-016 assesses tax through 2030, funding Tier … more
I am hoping that you will now have an article in your newspaper by someone who believes in God. You state that 35 percent of Millennials are religiously unaffiliated. What about the other … more
Re: "A question of faith"; Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 editions Thank you for your in-depth look at this important topic.  The article did a thorough job of exploring one aspect of the evolving faith … more
I hope the next administration will get rid of the "required" mandate for medical insurance (Obamacare). Regardless of good intentions, did anyone actually think the insurance companies would … more
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