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responses to denver post editorial on the u.s. military budget (3 letters)


my thanks to the denver post for your editorial position that increasing spending for the military at the expense of other departments is unacceptable.






responses to denver post editorial on lying trump and michael flynn (2 letters)


i guess the denver post editorial board has decided to abandon all journalistic pride and professionalism and join the crowd of political hacks by referring to our president as lying trump.






responses to denver post series on marijuana and driving (4 letters)


thank you, denver post, for exposing the ill effects of legalizing marijuana. they confirm and bring to fruition the concerns of we who opposed legalization.






the denver post seeks your letters on our gentrifying city


the denver post will offer a special report on gentrification in denver in its perspective section. send us your letters.






responses to activists being arrested at sen. cory gardner’s office (3 letters)


nothing could illustrate more graphically the heartlessness of the republicans and their tragic health care bill than the photo on the front page of friday's denver post.






civic center and denver’s 4/20 celebration (2 letters)


wile i agree with the denver post's editorial concerning the 4/20 event in civic center, i wonder why the outrage is limited to that event.






the resurgence of oil and gas drilling in colorado (2 letters)


in the editorial celebrating of the "great news" of a resurgence of oil and gas drilling, the denver post neglected to mention the most powerful impact of increased drilling.






“who’s to blame for the violence?” editorial cartoon (3 letters)


re: “who’s to blame for the violence?” june 19 editorial cartoon. i know it must be difficult for the denver post, not being able to use your usual “both sides do it” defense given the president’s antics, but the cartoon by sean delonas was a new low. equating political resistance with political assassination requires either […]






was denver post right to call out trump for comments on judge and media? (2 lett


the editorial in your newspaper that included “lying trump” in the headline has me perplexed. when did you ever have a “lying obama” headline?






the denver post editorial page’s grand revolution


seventy-two years ago, palmer hoyt forever changed the way the denver post reported its news and expressed its opinions.






congratulating the denver post on 125 years in print (4 letters)


congratulations to the denver post on its 125th anniversary in print. there is something more personal in reading newspapers than from some type of device.






passions, prejudices and opinions: colliding views led to “revolution” in the de


seventy-two years ago, palmer hoyt forever changed the way the denver post reported its news and expressed its opinions.






trump’s budget cuts services to pay for the military and a border wall (2 letter


donald trump wants to build a massive military and ridiculous wall at the expense of the environment, diplomacy, scientific research, agriculture, big bird and any other public good to society.






an insulting focus on melania trump’s heels on trip to texas (2 letters)


i find that the commentary that was printed in the denver post written by robin givhan of the washington post regarding the footwear worn by our first lady to be in extremely poor taste.






should denver voters stay the course with dps school board? (2 letters)


denver public schools has been tied to a corporate reform movement for the past 12 years, thanks to the michael bennet/tom boasberg mindset.






military, defense industry fret over trump budget


the u.s. military and the defense industry is reportedly worried president donald trump won’t be able to live up to his promises to significantly boost military and defense spending as the republican fends off critics during his first foray into federal budget politics. on the eve of a potential and...






the times editorial board having an opinion on trump does not make the whole new


most of the letters we received on the six-part series criticizing donald trump agreed with the editorial board’s assessment of the president or expressed opposition to his policies and style of leadership. that doesn’t mean his supporters stayed silent: more than 160 readers wrote in favor of...






trump signs $700 billion military budget into law


president donald trump on tuesday signed into law a sweeping defense policy bill that authorizes a $700 billion budget for the military, including additional spending on missile defense programs to counter north korea's growing nuclear weapons threat. but there's a catch. the $700 billion budget...






editorial: counties must fight trump’s draconian budget cuts


president trump's proposed budget cuts would devastate santa clara county's essential health and social service programs, taking an estimated $500 million away from its $5 billion budget.






military sees dire future if congress doesn't act on budget


the military services are warning that their combat operations and training will be curtailed severely if republicans and democrats fail to end their bickering over the federal budget and pass only a stopgap spending measure, according to pentagon documents.






'but we'll be safe' — the sad defense of the trump budget


to the editor: if president trump’s first proposed federal budget gets implemented, americans will be safe within their border walls. we’ll have lots of munitions to protect us. (“trump's budget proposal is a wish list of perennial gop targets, only less realistic,” editorial, march 16) but inside,...






task force considers confederate monument after public input


savannah, ga. (ap) — after more than 5,000 survey responses, a task force must make recommendations about a confederate monument in georgia’s oldest city. wtoc-tv reports that savannah officials received 17 letters, 181 emails and more than 4,800 online survey responses after asking for input on the memorial. the comment deadline was monday. in august, […]






saluting the pioneers of disability rights in denver (2 letters)


having raised a disabled child in greeley, i have known of the challenges that the disabled face but never knew that the gains they made started just down road from us in denver.






denver council gives blessing to $2 billion city budget and $1.5 billion gate ex


two high-dollar items won approval monday night from the denver city council: a $2 billion city operating budget for 2018 and a $1.5 billion set of contracts for a gate expansion at denver international airport.






marijuana money tapped to help boost transportation spending under $2b denver bu


excess marijuana tax proceeds would provide $10 million for transportation projects, park and recreation center fixes, and a new “community budgeting” program under denver's $2 billion budget proposal.






house budget republicans agree to boost military funding


washington (ap) — republicans on a key house panel have agreed on a budget outline that would give the military more money than president donald trump requested while paving the way for congress to tackle an overhaul of the tax code this fall. the plan, sealed among conservatives who dominate the house budget committee, would […]






trump promises 'rebuilding' of military aboard over-budget ship in newport news


president donald trump said that his defense secretary, james mattis, will lead a "great rebuilding" of the u.s. military, as he visited a new aircraft carrier whose construction in virginia is delayed and over budget. mattis "will be charged with overseeing this great rebuilding of our military...






vicki marble: my take on the cub scout interview


the denver post recently accused me, in an editorial, of “lying” to a group of scouts about comments i made years ago that some saw as racially insensitive. here's my side of the story.






denver city council should ban smoking on 16th street mall (2 letters)


i urge the denver city council to pass this measure. i reside in a denver suburb, and no longer come to 16th street mall to shop or eat due to the unhealthy and dirty cigarette smoke.






denver city council decries “drastic cuts in safety net programs” under trump bu


the denver city council on monday night plans to add its voice to the chorus of colorado politicians calling for congress to reject president donald trump’s budget proposal.






house budget republicans agree to boost military funding


republicans on a key house panel have agreed on a budget outline that would give the military more money than president donald trump requested while paving the way for congress to tackle an overhaul of the tax code this fall.






military budget would swell under senate bill


the senate has overwhelmingly approved a sweeping defense policy bill that would pump $700 billion into the military, putting the u.s. armed forces on track for a budget greater than at any time during the decade-plus wars in iraq and afghanistan.






house budget republicans agree to boost military funding


republicans on a key house panel have agreed on a budget outline that would give the military more money than president donald trump requested while paving the way for congress to tackle an overhaul of the tax code this fall.






big surge for military in trump budget, big cuts elsewhere


president donald trump is proposing a huge $54 billion surge in u.s. military spending for new aircraft, ships and fighters in his first federal budget while slashing big chunks from domestic programs and foreign aid to make the government "do more with less."






teens who sued colorado oil and gas commission know exactly what they’re doing


the denver post editorial board accused me, our children’s trust, and earth guardians of “using teenagers as plaintiffs” in a case about protecting public health, welfare and the environment.