Letters to the editor
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Letter to the Editor: Good point on communication

Mary Stobie brought out a very important point with her article “Two men talking about North Korea.” The fact that two men were talking, and even more important listening to each other, … more

Letter to the Editor: Golden getting it right

We applaud Mayor Sloan and the Golden Department of Parks and Recreation for endorsing the 10-minute walk to a park campaign led by The Trust for Public Land, National Recreation and Park … more

Letter to the Editor: Monumental fuss

Who is inciting the mobs of protesters who say that President Trump is not permitted downsize especially those National Monuments which were created solely to ‘lock-up’ vast swaths of the … more

Letter to the Editor: In need of more nice guys

Nice guys don’t finish last, though we may have been told otherwise in our youth. I am amazed that people think that sensitivity and workplace training will really help or are needed.If you … more

Letter to the Editor: Tax cut truths

Knowing the truth about any issue is difficult there are typically two polar opposite portrayals. Even with an objective view of the tax cut plan, gauging its effects is hard. Thus, I don’t … more

Letter to the Editor: Do people change?

The case of Roy Moore brings to our attention a much bigger problem and puzzle for humanity. Do people change? Repent? Are you the same person now you were 30 or 40 years ago? If we assume people do … more

Letter to the Editor: Future of state’s energy up for debate

Xcel has just submitted a plan to the Public Utilities Commission (PUC) that details how Colorado will generate our energy over the next four years. It invests heavily in renewable energy and brings … more

Letter to the Editor: A lot of mumbo jumbo from Jeffco

In response to Dr. Glass and his invitation for a conversation. I don’t know if it was me, and I have a Masters in Poli /Sci, but I didn’t really understand what Dr. Glass was talking … more

Letter to the Editor: Strings attached to this tax cut

Congress describes their proposed tax cut as a wonderful Christmas present for all of us. This sounds delightful, but it is only half of the story. Although the middle class may enjoy minimal tax … more

Letter to the Editor: Constant vigilance

The other week a letter writer questioned what we are doing in Niger. Perhaps the question should be, “What would happen if we were not in Niger?” The United States has a presence in over … more

Letter to the Editor: Power of words

While savoring each word in the art of positive thought in last week’s column by a renowned coach and speaker, I couldn’t help but feel a hint of sardonic humor in the light of remarks … more

Letter to the Editor: What are we doing in Niger?

As the ‘Passing of the figurative Hot-Potato’ re responsibility for the the deaths of the four mercenary American soldiers in ‘wretched’ Niger accelerates, should we not ask … more

Letters to the Editor — West Metro Oct. 26 edition

School board is effective We need effective government in all areas. That’s exactly what we’ve seen from the Jeffco School Board these past two years. This diverse, five-member board has given … more
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