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Letters to the Editor 7-31-14

Letters to the Editor 7-31-14

Immigration and elections Colorado and the United States is experiencing a marked increase in illegal immigration this last two years. This has a negative effect on American job seekers as well as our public schools, hospitals and public benefits. As the November election approaches, we need to look at which state politicians are supporting legislation […]

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Same old pretense For more than 100 years, the label “progressive” has been used to imply visionary reform.  But that misleading jargon cloaks historic reality, for the so-called “progressive” program is not new or enlightened.  Rather, that design is as old as government itself.  From pharaohs to monarchs to emperors to führers, governments seek ever […]

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

I chewed Coffman’s butt, but… As a veteran of some of the great battles of World War II – I landed on Normandy at D-Day plus 11, fought in the Battle of the Bulge, and crossed the Rhine – I feel unmistakable solidarity with the young men and women who through the generations have served. […]

Vote Fields for HD 37

I am supporting Michael Fields for House District 37 because we need a young face in the Republican Party, and Michael fits that mold. We also need an educator, as there currently are no educators representing our interests in the House. Our children are very important and their interests are not being considered. He is […]

Letters to the Editor 6-12-14

Letters to the Editor 6-12-14

Kent State massacre I read with interest Peter Jones’s very interesting and informative article about retiring Arapahoe County Coroner Dr. Michael Dobersen, who, I learned, was a student at Kent State at the time of the massacre. I, too, was an undergraduate at a small college near Kent at the time of the shootings; I was dismayed, […]

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

CSO needs more I would just like to tell Mr. Robert Sweeney what an informative article he wrote on the Colorado Symphony Orchestra.  My husband and I attend the Pops concerts and enjoy going to Boettcher Concert Hall. We were surprised to learn about the renovation (it is needed but we had not heard it […]

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Thank you  I’m writing regarding the excellent story on me and my novel The Mystical Milestone that appeared in the May 8 edition of your paper. On reflection, I would replace the last two sentences of the story with: “Most countries…and new ones in particular…need inflows of capital. A country is more likely to attract […]

Letter to the Editor 5-15-14

Letter to the Editor 5-15-14

More info about Kerry from sources  In the April 24 Villager Letters to the Editor, Don Peterson questions the accuracy of the book Unfit For Command, a carefully documented, footnoted, eye witness account of John Kerry’s actions in Vietnam. Kerry’s actions as a naval officer in charge of a Swift boat include deserting his fellow boats […]

Letters to the Editor 5-1-14

Letters to the Editor 5-1-14

Legalized pot a disaster for Colorado Recently, a college student, after purchasing and eating a pot cookie, started shaking violently, and then jumped to his death from a Denver hotel room. A local man ate pot laced candy, stated hallucinating, and shot his wife to death. According to the Wall Street Journal, in recent years […]

Letters to the Editor – April 24

Elect Mark Rosser to the Southgate Board The Southgate Water and Sanitation Districts serve about half of Greenwood Village, a significant part of Centennial between I-25 and University Boulelvard and Lone Tree. The Districts’ Board of Directors election is Tuesday, May 6. Our water and sewer districts comprise a critical aspect of our infrastructure. As the […]

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