LETTERS: Anti-gun publicity; not part of the working world

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Resurgence of anti-gun publicity

There seems to be an increase in anti-gun publicity in the media and other news outlets. Some episodes have occurred in isolated places where we would never hear of ... like a...

LETTERS: Alternative health plan; led down the wrong path again

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An alternative health care plan

With the candidates vying for votes by proposing shutdown of Obamacare and complaints about the Veterans Administration's foul-ups, I have wondered why no one has proposed just...

LETTERS: Wondering about city leadership; opinions on several issues

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Wondering about leadership

I appreciate our elected officials. The work they do is arduous and thankless. However, I'm left wondering about leadership when I read that our City Council is considering an...

LETTERS: Making sitting down a crime; good people do exist

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Making sitting down a crime

It would seem that a sharp divide is prevalent amongst the folks of Colorado Springs. There are those who feel that a new proposal for a law criminalizing sitting on a planter is...

LETTERS: A recipe for continued failure; importance of immigration reform

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A recipe for continued failure

I know that courts need to follow to the letter of law, punishment, but the Erin Lanosga case leaves me heartbroken. This young woman made a tragic decision to drive while...

LETTERS: City's antiquated power system; thanking Springs' wonderful people

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Our antiquated power system

I attended the meeting of the Colorado Clean Air Commission meeting on Aug. 20. I was pleased to see that The Gazette gave coverage to this meeting on the front page of the paper....

LETTERS: Police work well done; some more important questions

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Police work appreciated

I am writing to commend Colorado Springs police officer M. Jelmo, badge 3072, for service he provided me in response to a barrage of harassing and threatening phone calls I was...

LETTERS: So much for justice; human beings not 'guilty'

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So much for justice

So much for justice being done in the case of Walter Palmer, DDS. He has not been charged for illegally killing Cecil the lion in Africa, and it's my guess that he'll only get a "slap on...