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Climate change must be addressed, but with far less emotion

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Climate change must be addressed, but with far less emotion The July 14 Sunday Opinion piece on climate change by Barbara Shelly was so lacking in facts. She begins with the 19 Granite Mountain Hot Shots, killed while fighting a forest fire in Arizona. She then ties recent natural disasters to climate change and makes the leap that climate change is human-caused and must stop. No data is provided to tell us whether the number ...

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August 1, 2013
4:34 p.m.

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It's not about Amnesty, it is about 12 million new democrats

August 2, 2013
7:20 a.m.

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Dave, this is no different then Democrats slamming us with Obamacare. The unions were all behind it despite what they were told. They toed the line and did what lemmings do. Once the daze of Obama mania wore off and they came out of their self induced messiah trance, they realized they were screwed. Now they want it stopped. I say feed it to them until they gag. Illegals will take their jobs. They are being told this but again the lemmings line up to be walked off to the slaughter. Democrats are dragging this country down to the level of a third world power. Its votes and voter enrollment first, country last. Illegals translate into huge Democrat votes. Their motives for no borders extend no further then getting votes. Anything else they say is simply a lie.

August 5, 2013
2:08 p.m.

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Regarding the letter: "'Dago' insulting, no matter how it's used"
Let the market decide the appropriateness of the name. People are very good at "voting with their wallet" -- I don't need my nanny-government "protecting" me.
There is no "protection from being offended" in our system of laws. In fact our founders made certain that even unpopular ideas were to be protected.