• LETTERS: The path of the dinosaurs; let all the animals retire

    Letters
    Published: Mon, Jun 8, 2015

    The path of the dinosaurs Dinosaurs disappeared because they didn't adapt to changing conditions. The dinosaur that is the Republican Party, which has lost the popular vote in five out of six of the last presidential elections, is likely to become extinct because it refuses to respond...

  • EDITORIAL: EPA says fracking OK for H2O

    Updated: Sun, Jun 7, 2015

    It seemed like common sense to say fracking posed no substantial threat to lakes, rivers, streams and underground water. After all, no major water contamination catastrophes had occurred in more than four decades of the practice. Besides, fracking fluid is 99.5 percent water and sand....

  • GUEST COLUMN: Campaigning to reintegrate veterans into communities

    Terrance McWilliams
    Published: Sun, Jun 7, 2015

    The Department of Veterans Affairs recently announced it would be partnering with 50 communities, beginning with 25 this summer, to help get veterans and their families better integrated into their communities. The VA is calling this campaign the Veterans Economic Communities...

  • GUEST COLUMN: Springs NAACP continues to serve the community

    Henry D. Allen Jr.
    Published: Sun, Jun 7, 2015

    On April 25, as I watched the city of Baltimore erupt into total chaos, I found myself utterly confused. What was confusing to me was the city of Baltimore is home of the largest civil rights organization in the world, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and...

  • LETTERS: AFA flight training too low; pushing an agenda

    Letters
    Published: Sat, Jun 6, 2015

    AFA aircraft flight patterns Tom Roeder's article, "Air Force Academy adjusts flight training to minimize noise, plans meeting with neighbors," on May 31 failed to present important facts that validate the concerns of the civilians who, two years ago, discovered they were unwillingly...

  • LETTERS: Geo-engineering in full swing; property tax increases

    Letters
    Published: Fri, Jun 5, 2015

    Geo-engineering in full swing In the article titled "World a 'stewpot' of weird, extreme May weather" (Gazette, Saturday, May 30), the authors quote a number of climate scientists who each try to explain possible causes for the extraordinarily intense weather phenomena occurring in...

  • Potholes are not our city's only concern

    The Gazette editorial
    Published: Thu, Jun 4, 2015

    The art of local politics is the art of managing potholes. Any politician who loses sight of potholes has a limited future in local government. Never has this truth been more evident than this spring in Colorado Springs, as record-breaking rains, unstable temperatures, old asphalt and...

  • LETTERS: No to gun free zones; don't need Santa government

    Letters
    Published: Thu, Jun 4, 2015

    Upstanding, law-abiding people Colorado is an "open carry state" concerning guns, which means you can carry openly anywhere it is not posted that guns are not allowed. Costco has no signs yet denied entry to a shopper because of his "concealed carry" gun, which was spotted on his...

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