Letters to the editor
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Letter - Moderation needed

Moderation needed The World Economic Forum’s main excuse for all the world’s ills is climate change — tied to the lack of energy supply diversification, food shortages, and cost-of-living … more

Letter - School taxes are worth it

School taxes are worth it I received my property tax bill Jan. 21 and was pleased that my portion to fund Douglas County Schools only reflected a modest increase from last year. My pleasure was … more

Letter - Equality, equity both needed

Equality, equity both needed Intercultural competence is the capability to shift perspective and adapt behavior effectively across cultures. Including learning how to think, act, communicate and work … more

Letter - Avoid disinformation

Avoid disinformation In a recent letter to the editor, Laureen Boll (Douglas County FAIR chapter leader and Douglas County Libraries Foundation chair) writes how “some parents” have taken it upon … more

Letter - Push back against extremism

Push back against extremism I read the recent letters from women defending the FEC and its militia branch the UDAF (United American Defense Force). FEC United and UDAF were founded by opportunists … more

Letter - Get out of the way

Get out of the way Race is a social construct. If you don’t know what that is, look it up. Learn about Kimberlé Crenshaw, Kendall Thomas and Patricia Williams. It is important to understand what … more

Letter - Snow removal falls short

Snow removal falls short Dear Douglas County DOT, I would like to thank you for the abysmal snow clearing job you did after the late December storm. Your complete disregard for neighborhood safety … more

Letter - Intimidation was intent

Intimidation was intent Thank you for covering the appearance of FEC United and the UADF at the December Douglas County School District’s Equity Advisory Council meeting. This is an important … more

Letter - Parents drive change in DCSD

Parents drive change in DCSD At a recent Douglas County School District board meeting, Superintendent Kane was scolded by a public speaker for accepting an award for “defeating that imaginary … more

Letter - Tell the truth

Tell the truth On 12/15/22 Colorado Community Media published an article: “FEC United attends school district meeting,” with the scary subhead “Security provided.” The clear intent of this … more

Letter - Show kindness, not cruelty

Show kindness, not cruelty I was particularly moved by the homily given at Christmas morning Mass about “holy moments,” and how each of us can provide a powerful kindness to another person in … more

Letter - Becoming California

Becoming California Douglas County has many leaders in the county government. The county clerk put woke ideology on the ballot on 5B. How does woke ideology work on a building levy? It does not. The … more

Letter - Interesting news

Interesting news I read my door-delivered Wall Street Journal (WSJ) daily, but today I’m reading my free Parker Chronicle before reading my $55 monthly newspaper. Not much of an overlap in news, … more

Letter - Laydon’s definition differs

Laydon’s definition differs I would like to comment on the article titled “Laydon comes out as aesthete.” I find it interesting that Mr. Laydon’s definition is different than the … more

Letter - Concerned about parent group

Concerned about parent group “Kane honored by Colorado Parent Advocacy Network” in the Nov. 24 edition explains a new group of parents called the “Parent Advocacy Network.” I assume it … more

Letter - Do better

Do better On Monday, Nov. 21, national news covered the tragic mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs. Only minutes later, national news turned toward the increasing ineffectiveness of … more

Letter- CPAN has rhetoric, not solutions

CPAN has rhetoric, not solutions I’m a 23-year resident of DougCo, a parent to two amazing humans with autism, and a Special Education Advocate. On Nov. 13, I attended the launch of a new advocacy … more

Letter - No bridge over troubled waters

No bridge over troubled waters Let’s face it … the right-wing cabal behind the DCSD board majority is wreaking havoc on our community. Somehow, they have taken their election by only 25% of … more

Letter: Unhappy with status quo

Unhappy with status quo A couple of papers back I read a letter from a person who thought that Joe Biden was doing a good job as president. At first I thought I was reading the Denver Post but his … more

Letter - Support arming educators

Support arming educators We are responding to the Oct. 13 letter to the editor from Kyra Storojev about the Douglas County sheriff’s race and school safety. As the parents of Kendrick Castillo, who … more
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