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  • LETTERS: Hiding behind religious beliefs; Congress and Keystone pipeline

    Published: Wed, Jan 28, 2015

    Hiding behind religious beliefs I have to vent. This argument about bakeries and other businesses that don't want to serve certain people is just wrong. Hiding behind religious beliefs is just picking and choosing who you serve. Maybe the baker should ask if a couple are legally...

  • LETTERS: The definition of is; accommodating a drug culture

    Published: Tue, Jan 27, 2015

    The definition of 'is' Tom Brady seems to be an example of a young man whose early adult years were experienced during a presidency where the moral character of the holder of our highest office taught us an important life lesson. To succeed (and get away with whatever is necessary to...

  • LETTERS: Poverty and urban decay; bring your A-game

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    Published: Sun, Jan 25, 2015

    Quarterback Brady is correct Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was correct in his assessment of the controversy over deflated footballs: Ridiculous! But as soon as the media adds the suffix "-gate" to a word, you know that it's going to be a long drawn-out "scandal." The pundits, in...

  • LETTERS: Standing around doing nothing; danger lurking on the roads

    Published: Thu, Jan 22, 2015

    Standing around doing nothing In the paper today (Denver Post) the headline was something like: "State of Colorado overwhelmed due to Holmes criminal trial, could take a toll on everyone". On the way to work Jan. 19 at the corner of Old Ranch Road and Powers Blvd. in Colorado Springs...

  • LETTERS: A call for support; maybe Muslims learned from us

    Published: Mon, Jan 19, 2015

    A similar response is needed Dear editor and people of Colorado Springs and surrounding area: Exactly 50 years ago this month a voting rights campaign began in Selma, Ala., that resulted in a nonviolent, peaceful, 54 mile march from Selma to Montgomery, onto the steps of the state...

  • LETTERS: State of confusion address; life worth less than a printed page

    Published: Sun, Jan 18, 2015

    The state of confusion address Most Americans are aware of the upcoming State of the Union this Tuesday; if not, this is a reminder and a critique of some of the rhetoric that will be addressed by Barack Hussein Obama. The economy will be addressed for sure, 
and Obama will use...

  • LETTERS: Must do SCIP right or skip it; the land of the free

    Published: Sat, Jan 17, 2015

    The land of the free I was thinking about the country I love, where I live. I thought of the many times I have left and re-entered my homeland. What makes it special? It, the USA, is after all one of the younger nations - less than 300 years old. I was also thinking about what is...

  • LETTERS: Millions left at the station; a message from South Africa

    Published: Fri, Jan 16, 2015

    Millions left at the station Dr. Martin Luther King Day, what has it meant? I believe it's about a man and his dreams, his hopes for others. The dreams of millions of others that have been left at the station, waiting and hoping for a change that's not happening for them, their dreams...

  • LETTERS: Letting the voters decide; leadership in its simplest form

    Published: Thu, Jan 15, 2015

    Letting the voters decide The City Council needs to let the voters decide if they want to accept the proposal that has been submitted to them by Mayor Steve Bach's plan to address $145 million in backlogged capital improvement projects. We have already shown that we can pay off the...

  • LETTERS: Arrogance the cause; supportive of CASA

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    Published: Tue, Jan 13, 2015

    Our arrogance the cause The murders and violence in France last week are horrendous, inhumane and terrifying. No one deserves that kind of treatment. However, after listening to TV programs where they debate these things, I feel it is our arrogance that is causing these actions. Sure...