Letters to the editor
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Isn’t it time balance returned to the Jeffco school board? Don’t we need a couple of board members willing to ask what needs to happen to improve student achievement? I think yes, and … more
Athens, Sparta, or worse? Will the proposed 4th of July military parade in D.C. reported today emulate those of the old Soviet Union and the present N. Korea with ranks of goose stepping soldiers, … more
I read with interest the Sept. 7 article by Jessica Gibbs on The State of the Bible in 2017. It is of course no surprise that most people who read the Bible are older. Many youth (not all) today and … more
The recent article on the Jefferson Parkway does a good job of presenting the arguments for the JP, but not as much for the opposition.  As Dan Hartman said, it "is a bad project that will … more
If indeed 'Might can make right' as claimed in an Aug. 3 letter, would not 1940's Germany and Japan have been the most righteous nations on earth? How has the so-called 'strength' … more
How is it that after almost 40 years of hoopla re NREL no one has ever reported a cost benefit analysis on the so-called 'National Renewal Energy Lab'? What actually are the annual and total … more
What one critic of the Republican healthcare plan didn't say in last week's letter to the editor is that she wants socialized medicine. What she and others don't seem to know is that single payer … more
We Jefferson County taxpayers and parents look forward to school management by new superintendent Dr. Jason Glass. He's friendly and talented, as was his predecessor Dan McMinimee. But let's not … more
The American people deserve comprehensive healthcare at low prices that is provided in other countries. It is time to model their plans and that will make America strong. We should not be going … more
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