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  • LETTERS: Destruction of recreational access; alternatives to Springs airport

    Letters
    Published: Thu, Aug 14, 2014

    Destruction of recreational access An open letter to Mayor Steve Bach and Rep. Doug Lamborn: Can you tell us how it feels to preside over the destruction of recreational access in the Pikes Peak region? Yours are the worst records in history regarding citizen access to public lands...

  • LETTERS: Unintended consequences; 'gun safety' scam

    Letters
    Published: Wed, Aug 13, 2014

    The unintended consequences Jill Gaebler, you are correct. I do not like the repercussions or the consequences from legal marijuana. I know you are for it, but I hope you will vote not to have recreational stores here in Colorado Springs. I really don't like the growing number of...

  • LETTERS: Exaggerated trials and tribulations; one man and one woman

    Letters
    Published: Tue, Aug 12, 2014

    Exaggerated trials and tribulations I'm not a fan of Obamacare because it doesn't go far enough to ensure that all Americans have access to affordable healthcare, which was the objective of healthcare reform. I also have no doubt that it's been a frustrating and trying transition for...

  • LETTERS: A great Olympic celebration; horses here first

    LETTERS
    Published: Sat, Aug 9, 2014

    A great Olympic celebration Just a quick thank you for a great event. My family and I attended the Downtown Olympic Celebration and had a blast.  We watched XPogo (which was surprisingly super entertaining), wrestled, judo'd, fenced, etc. with OTC athletes and danced to Grass It Up....

  • LETTERS: Colorado's energy potential; taking the Constitution lightly

    Letters
    Published: Sat, Aug 9, 2014

    Colorado's energy potential RE: Front Range pipeline gives Colorado an edge in natural gas liquids. A recent story on the construction of the Front Range pipeline puts the size and scope of the energy industry here in Colorado in perspective. Accessing the property rights, right of...

  • LETTERS: Response to "broken code"; wild horses invading species

    Letters
    Published: Tue, Aug 5, 2014

    Response to "A broken code" Your article, "A Broken Code", was a fine piece of journalism. I applaud you. I have a few comments. The suggestion of improper treatment being given to certain top athletes such as Nick Welch and Antoine Hood is a stretch. I attended the Naval Academy from...

  • LETTERS: There are consequences; putting problems into perspective

    Letters
    Published: Mon, Aug 4, 2014

    There are consequences Responding to the July 28 front-page article in The Gazette about "Campaign against camping ban": It is apparent that Steve Bass has absolutely no motivation to take care of himself. It is by choice he has decided to leach off his friends and society all of...

  • LETTERS: Safety should be first concern; Dionne's transparent position

    Letters
    Published: Mon, Aug 4, 2014

    Safety should be first concern With the recent front page photo of an individual jumping from a rock outcropping in Red Rock Canyon Open Space (July 23), the Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department would like to remind our citizens that such activity is...

  • LETTERS: Keep marriage traditional; Ben Carson for President

    Letters
    Published: Sat, Aug 2, 2014

    Keep marriage traditional Thank God, the courts can step in when common sense slips out the open window. I am not anti-gay not at all. I just believe that marriage is and has been for around 4,350 years between one man and one woman. This great country of ours, the United States Of...

  • LETTERS: Israel isn't an aggressor; rock star President

    Letters
    Published: Fri, Aug 1, 2014

    Israel isn't an aggressor We take issue with those who label Israel an aggressor and an inhumane country. When there was a lull in the first week of this war, Israel provided Gaza with 4,400 tons of food, 900 tons of natural gas and 3.2 million liters of diesel fuel. The nation also...

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