Letters to the editor
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This is in response to Ms. Kathleen Flynn's recent letter (Noisy trucks too much, May 5). Please let her know that I am in complete agreement with her. It would seem necessary to take the next step: … more
In the 2012 U.S. Supreme Court decision in the court ruled 5-4 that sentencing juveniles to life without parole is unconstitutional. In the decision, Justice Elena Kagan wrote that “Mandatory life without parole for a juvenile precludes … more
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
This is regarding to the Apex Park and Recreation District Ballot A that will be voted on May 3, 2016. Why are we voting next month when in six months there will be a big general election? You can get a lot more people to vote if they wait. I … more
We have heard the story of how, prior to Easter, Jesus spent fourty days and nights alone out in the desert. As the story goes, the devil attempted to lead Jesus into worlly temptations taht were … more
Have you ever wondered what goes on in a Muslim mosque or gathering of Muslim believers? On Feb. 28, about 30 members of the Lakewood United Church of Christ and other Jeffco community members found out. When we arrived at the Islamic Center of … more
As Colorado’s population ages, elder abuse is a growing problem for vulnerable seniors. Law enforcement is working hard to address this issue, and I am proud of the work that District Attorney Peter Weir and his dedicated staff are putting in to … more
You and I pay taxes. Colorado tourists pay taxes. Colorado small businesses do their part. So it makes sense that big corporations should pay their fair share, too. However, some large multinational corporations dodge paying state income taxes by … more
Colorado is the only state in the nation that outlaws the use of rain barrels to collect water off of our roofs to use in our gardens. In a state where people are dedicated to conserving natural … more
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