Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Biden will fight domestic violence

  During my first campaign to represent House District 24, I vowed that I would use my position to create more pathways for survivors of domestic violence to escape abusive relationships and … more

Letter to the editor: Congressional choice

  I consider myself to be neither an alt-right conservative nor a bleeding-heart liberal; I am fairly mainstream. I don’t unquestioningly vote the party line, I vote *my* line, and I … more

Letter to the editor: Why not all

  In regard to the Sept. 3, 2020 article on the Golden arch sign printed in the Golden Transcript: Why can we not be among the first to say “All Lives Matter”? Don Mabry, … more

Letter to the editor: Craig Marshall Smith column was a keeper

Column was keeper I frequently want to write to thank Craig Marshall Smith for saying, so much better, what I think. Today is the day. When I read his column about driving in our current world I … more

Letter to the editor: Choosing a president

  Our upcoming presidential election has made me think about what I want to see in the President of the United States. I’d like to have a president in office who thinks exactly like I … more

Letter to the editor: Divisive group doesn't deserve banner spot

A group calling themselves “Golden United” has been working behind the scenes to obtain approval from the Golden Council to hang a “Black Lives Matter” banner below the … more

Letter to the editor: Silent Gardner should speak up

Silent Gardner should speak up Senator Cory Gardner has been rather noisy lately. Noisy about meeting with start-ups in Colorado Springs, health centers in Grand Junction (as he supports the lawsuit … more

Letter to the editor: Add air quality to the fight

Add air quality to the fight The current fight for Black Lives Matter make it impossible to ignore systemic inequity in our communities. As part of this awakening we must also acknowledge that … more

Letter to the editor: Gardner's bipartisan bonafides

Gardner's bipartisan bonafides Most of us agree that our country is sorely needing more bipartisan, constructive dialogue and cooperation these days. Senator Cory Gardner embodies this much-needed … more

Letter to the editor: Place debt spotlight on colleges

Place debt spotlight on colleges Got a college loan you can’t pay because you can’t find a good enough job? Your beef should be with the college that you paid for your education, not the … more

Letter to the editor: Back troops, not Trump

Back troops, not Trump The greatest insult from Trump's actions to disrupt processing and delivery of the mail is that in so doing he is disenfranchising our troops. Never mind us here at home, our … more

Letter to the editor: Vote for Proposition 113

Vote for Proposition 113 Imagine: ● Presidential candidates campaigning and paying attention to ALL states, not just a handful of swing states! ● Republicans in California (or Colorado) and … more

Letter to the editor: Gardner is unfit to serve

Gardner is unfit to serve One would think by now that Sen. Cory Gardner would have admitted President Trump has been an abject failure in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Asked by CNN for the … more

Letter to the editor: Support for Alcorn’s alternative

  To the Modernist’s Letter who found Michael Alcorn editorial “tone deaf and insensitive” to our history of race and slavery, it is you who needs to educate yourself before … more

Letter to the editor: Not a Trump Republican

  I am a lifelong Republican. I am 94. I first voted for Thomas E. Dewey. But I am not a Trump Republican. He has hijacked the Republican party. I am a Christian. My conscience would not let … more

Letter to the editor: Lapsed assistance

  This week more than 330,000 Coloradans are put in a “terrifying” position after Senator Cory Gardner broke his promise that the Senate wouldn’t “drop the ball” … more

Letter to the editor: Gardner should go

  Back in May, the House Democrats passed the HEROES Act which would continue the $600 per week unemployment past July for folks who have lost their job due to COVID-19.  Sadly, … more

Letter to the editor: Two questions about Elijah McClain

  Are there not two issues apparent in the tragic death of Elijah McClain? First, what are the so-called demonstrators who block streets and highways in Aurora (and other cities as well) … more

Letter to the editor: We all must vote

  One of the most serious threats to the Democracy of the United States is the lack of participation in voting. In many elections less than 50% of registered voters vote. In Colorado it is … more

Letter to the editor: Inman for county commissioner

  This November we will be choosing those who will serve us as our elected officials and in my opinion, there has never been a better choice for Jefferson County Commissioner than Joni … more
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