Letters to the editor
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Letter to the editor: Re: Chauvin conviction

Perhaps last week’s letter writer who claims Derek Chauvin was convicted to appease a mob will join me in condemning all mob violence – in the streets of Minneapolis and by the … more

Letter to the editor: Aghast at letter

  I am a resident of Golden and as I was perusing the Transcript today, I happened upon the Voices page. I read the Letter to the Editor written by Russ Haas and I am totally aghast. … more

Letter to the editor: Re: Derek Chauvin’s conviction

  Jew or white, what difference does it make when the mob wants one that it ‘targeted’? Doesn’t the nationwide ‘schadenfreude’ (taking pleasure re the … more

Letter to the editor: Take action now on climate

I’m a mom and, like every Coloradan parent, my number one issue of concern is my kids. I want to give them the world. I want them to have opportunities, find a good job, be healthy, enjoy the … more

Letter to the editor: Praise for Stern words

  Hats off to George Stern. I didn’t vote for him in 2018 and don’t agree with him on all (or even most) policy areas, but after seeing his response article in last week’s … more

Letter to the editor: Not so fast no filibuster

  I am amazed by how many people think that changing our constitution and rules will make America a better place. Careful changes have been made during our history. Such as the amendments to … more

Letter to the editor: One victory at a time

  I am beginning to worry about the haves and have-nots of COVID-19 vaccinations. People who get vaccinated are rightfully very glad and excited, which is right and good. It is a victory … more

Letter to the editor: 1964 fact check

  In a recent letter to the editor, a letter writer made the assertion that Republicans were opposed to the 1964 Civil Right Act and tried to filibuster the legislation to prevent its … more

Letter to the editor: Being clear about accountability

  I am not quite sure what Michael Alcorn was trying to say in his column of 02/18. I am in agreement with him that we as citizens need to hold all officeholders, from local to national, … more

Letter to the editor: The party of “no”

  In his first few months as Senate Minority Leader, Mitch McConnell has given us a preview of how Republicans will behave for the next four years. They will use every tool at their disposal, … more

Letter to the editor: Not so open spaces

I was disappointed to hear on the news of closure of several Open Space trails in Golden for six months beginning Feb 1. Reported reasons were to allow the local elk herds privacy for birthing and to … more

Letter to the editor: Not so patient

  I’m a fan of John Akal’s column because he brings a perspective to his writing. I like that. Often I agree, and when I don’t he makes me think. With last week’s … more

Letter to the editor: Remember Wisconsin?

  How many remember that a raucous mob was allowed to occupy and trash the Wisconsin State Capitol for several weeks in 2011 (vs hours in DC)? How is it that previous disruptive protests, … more

Letter to the editor: Thanks for the love letter

  Thank you Andrea Doray, for your expression of love for our United States of America. This tribute brought tears to my eyes. Unfortunately, these tears are very close to the surface … more

Letter to the editor: Account for officers

Account for officers Given the large number of reports and identifications of law enforcement officers who traveled to D.C. and participated in the seditious assault upon the Capitol, shouldn’t all … more

A magpie follow-up from Alice Dempsey

 Thank you for the publication of my first submission about the Magpie Wake, this past September.    I watched the magpies return this week to enjoy a pile of holiday nuts and … more

Letter to the editor: Critique of letter policy

Just across the page from the letter you published by Tom Sabel on December 17, I read this rule for letters to the editor: Keep it polite: No name-calling or mud-slinging. How on earth did … more

Letter to the editor: Thou shall not kill

I have not read commentary by church leaders, nor their members, about the thirteen executions that have been approved, including the final three, now two, killings, by the Trump administration … more

Letter to the editor: Having to say sorry

  The preponderance of democratic elected officials who have violated their own advice and ruling has become absurd. Even worse is that they seem to feel they can be absolved with an apology … more

Letter to the editor: This development is a type of cancer

  Last week, the Denver Post reported: “Thornton warns of looming water shortages that could hamper long-term growth in the northern suburb” by John Aguilar.  I responded … more
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