Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: A compilation of the shortest political books ever written

Published: Sunday, April 20 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT

Why I’m So Disappointed that Jim Matheson Retired,” by Mia Love

Eliminating Passion in All Things,” by Rep. Greg Hughes

Lobbyists Get Paid Too Much,” by members of the Capitol Hill Lobbyist Association

Why the Republican Party Doesn’t Really Need Your Donation,” by State GOP Chair James Evans

Gov. Gary Herbert — Action Figure,” by House Speaker Rebecca Lockhart

The Incompetence of Old Politicians,” by U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch

The Constitution is Overrated,” by U.S. Sen. Mike Lee

"My Affection for Ultra-Liberals," by Congressman Jim Matheson

Sports Department:

Highlights of the 2013-2014 Season,” by the Utah Jazz PR office

Dominance in the PAC 12,” by the University of Utah Sports Information Office.

How to be Wild and Crazy at BYU,” by football coach Bronco Mendenhall

10 Steps to Becoming an NBA All-Star as a Rookie,” by Jimmer Fredette

Striving to be a Normal Couch Potato," by Olympic silver medalist and Utah mother Noelle Pikus Pace

"How to Talk Good and Write Even Gooder,” by Frank Pignanelli and LaVarr Webb

Republican LaVarr Webb is a political consultant and lobbyist. Previously he was policy deputy to Gov. Mike Leavitt and Deseret News managing editor. Email: lwebb@exoro.com. Democrat Frank Pignanelli is a Salt Lake attorney, lobbyist and political adviser. Pignanelli served 10 years in the Utah House of Representatives, six years as minority leader. His spouse, D’Arcy Dixon Pignanelli, is a state tax commissioner. Email: frankp@xmission.com

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