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Dan Liljenquist
Dan Liljenquist is a former state senator and U.S. Senate candidate.

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It is time once and for all to fix the oft-extended and bloated Highway Trust Fund, now billions of dollars underwater. The best way to do it is for Congress to pass Sen. Mike Lee’s Transportation Empower...
President Obama and his chief negotiator John Kerry have emerged from the U.S.-Iran nuclear negotiations with the worst deal imaginable. Trust is foundational to any treaty. Iran must demonstrate that it can be...
We are addicted to debt, and this addiction is as devastating to our global economy as meth is to the human body. Over the coming weeks and months, we will all witness what happens to a sovereign country when i...
Symbols matter, and the Confederate battle flag has become a symbol of institutional, violent racism. It is time for the permanent retirement of the Confederate battle flag. It should be relegated to museums a...
Adversity is as natural to the human condition as breathing. It’s how we choose to approach our own trials and sufferings that will ultimately determine if we will be defined by them or refined by them.
Greece's economy is in free fall. What the prime minister and leftist party have failed to grasp is that democracy is not so powerful that it can alter reality.
Justin Miller is under investigation for possible embezzlement, wherein he is accused of stealing money from Mayor Ben McAdams' campaign fund. When such an act is under scrutiny, it damages the legislator's hol...
Runaway health care costs are eating through the budgets of individuals, families, employers and governments, like a turbo-charged Pac-Man plowing through barriers, consuming everything in his path.
Utah Sen. Mike Lee has successfully championed the bipartisan USA Freedom Act, which would end the NSA’s blanket “metadata” collection and storage activities. The U.S. Senate convenes Sunday t...
With the recent audit of Utah Retirement System's management and investment practices, the media only highlighted the one subjective section of the report. Some legislators are using that section to insert them...