School funding, gun violence, acting AG

Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 letters: School funding, gun violence, acting AG




Academics and college students deserve higher from Colorado

Coming from a household of academics in Colorado, we’re saddened and heartbroken concerning the lack of assist Colorado voters gave to Colorado public colleges, educators and college students in our state in voting down Modification 73. The funding that may have gone to our colleges may have made the distinction in attracting and retaining high quality academics, decreasing class sizes, enhancing a lot wanted know-how and provides, in addition to offering sufficient salaries to academics to allow them to afford to dwell in our state. As a substitute we bought slapped within the face. When will Colorado start to care about public schooling in our communities? Possibly when our academics begin crossing state traces to show in districts that pay twice as a lot.

Kimberly Guinn, Arvada

Let’s discuss gun violence

Re: “Don’t clamor for our weapons,” Nov. 10 letters to the editor and “Pat Tillman and patriotic discourse” Nov. 10 commentary

I discovered the letters to the editor in Saturday’s paper concerning the Border Line taking pictures very fascinating. Some good factors have been made by all of the writers. I agree that the issue goes means past the kind of weapon and possession. I don’t discover arguments primarily based on situations in California or blaming the opposite political celebration to be useful.

Just under the letters to the editor part was a commentary written by Pat Tillman’s widow, Marie Tillman. What an enlightened piece. She is spot on when she writes, “I consider we’re at our greatest as People once we have interaction in constructive dialogue round our variations with the aim of understanding each other. This mindset is the place change occurs, progress is made and bridges are constructed.”

Slightly than argue the subject of weapons in America within the pages of The Denver Submit, we as a nation should take this subject head-on — nationally. I’m optimistic that People need the killing to cease. Let’s put rhetoric apart and face this downside. We are able to do that!

Carl Douhan, Littleton

Oppose the performing AG decide

President Trump has named to supervise the particular counsel’s Russia investigation a political loyalist who has overtly disparaged its legitimacy — in ignorance of no matter investigators are making ready to show. The form of bias already displayed by Matthew Whitaker would have disqualified him to function an odd juror, a lot much less as Trump’s new performing lawyer common.

Trump’s brazen disregard of the necessity for an impartial Justice Division investigation presents Congress with a constitutional disaster during which lawmakers should take a stand.

Which brings us to the silence of Colorado Sen. Cory Gardner. To this point, he has lacked the spine to problem the president’s appointment of a political hack to manage an investigation during which Trump or his household may very well be implicated.

If Gardner hopes for re-election in 2020, he may be aware of Colorado voters’ clear message final Tuesday: In January, he’ll grow to be the one Trump supporter nonetheless clinging to statewide workplace. It’s long gone time for Gardner to get up and scent the White Home.

Jim Crawford, Broomfield

If the Mueller investigation concerned Hillary Clinton or Barack Obama, you possibly can wager that the Republican-dominated Senate would need — certainly, would insist — that it proceed, at ramming pace … proper now!

If Donald Trump has nothing to concern (or to cover), why wouldn’t he need his claims of “no collusion” or “no obstruction” to be validated, and his identify cleared as soon as and for all?

It’s fairly apparent that his option to succeed Jeff Classes and exchange Rod Rosenstein because the investigation’s director is biased in opposition to particular counsel Robert Mueller and the probe, and shouldn’t be the individual to direct or terminate it.

R. Kiefer, Arvada




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