Letters to the editor
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Letters to the editor

Time to end PERA’s plight Regarding  Public Employee’s Retirement Association plight, how often have we heard its beneficiaries, legislators, and state office seekers aver that ‘the taxpayer … more

Letter to the Editor: About Alcorn and the need for education evolution

Michael Alcorn’s March 1 editorial on his thinking on the “Concept of Institutional Trust” was enjoyable but his conclusions of importance to parents and students in Drake Middle School’s … more

Letter to the Editor: We need to defend civil rights

Recently three state legislators – Senator Lundberg(R), Senator Lambert(R), and Representative Rankin(R) – defunded the Colorado Civil Rights Division (CCRD). In order to insure the CCRD … more

Letter to the Editor: A troubling question about school shootings

A troubling question about school shootings Has it occurred to anyone to ask; “Why are school shootings and violence occurring exclusively in Public Schools” and “Why is this mostly … more

Letter to the Editor: The Civil Rights Commission debate

What Coloradan would think that he would get a fair-shake, if he were brought before a panel dealing largely in thought-crimes (i.e. the Colorado Civil Rights Commission), which functions as a … more

Letter to the Editor: A negative state

Watching the State of the Union address by President Trump was an eye opener regarding the state of society. No matter what your political belief, it would seem that you would want your country to … more

Letter to the Editor: A gentleman does not patronize

Regarding Michael Alcorn’s “Battle of the Sexes” column... I am a 70 yr.old bipartisan, grandmother from Golden, politically active since the 60’s.Michael … more

Letter to the Editor: Cannot legislate morality

In response to “not facing the problem” letter to the editor last week: There is nothing wrong with the letter writer’s moral compass, however, you cannot legislate morality or … more

Letter to the Editor: Not facing the problem

Not facing the problem It is good and right that Colorado state lawmakers are “Facing the Problem” of opioid addiction and the resulting overdose deaths. As reported in the Jan. 4 newspaper … more
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