High time for a peaceful revival
The International Peace Gardens Festival has promoted peace every year since 1947, where attendance has steadily dwindled. Read more»
Sunday, Sept. 14 2014 10:30 p.m. MDT


Domestic violence isn't a distraction — it's an issue the NFL needs to address
Continuing to talk honestly and openly about domestic violence is the only way to bring real and lasting changes. Let's hope the NFL decides to be a leader on the issue instead of an Read more»
Sunday, Sept. 14 2014 10:15 p.m. MDT
Utah-Fresno State series is far from yesteryear
Teams that used to be contemporaries now look miles apart. The money of big conferences can do that. Read more»
Sunday, Sept. 7 2014 12:06 a.m. MDT
Is BYU quarterback Taysom Hill running too much?
He's big, he's fast, and he is very effective at catching opposing defenses off-guard with his legs, but is BYU junior quarterback Taysom Hill taking on too much work when he runs the Read more»
Monday, Sept. 15 2014 8:30 p.m. MDT
The NFL still doesn't get it
A man struck a woman and, remarkably, no one could figure out what to do. The Ray Rice case wasn't all that complicated, but everyone made it so, including Commissioner Goodell, who Read more»
Tuesday, Sept. 9 2014 6:20 p.m. MDT
BYU's greatest quarterback getting long-overdue honor
The greatest quarterback in the history of BYU is finally graduating and will make BYU's Hall of Fame. Read more»
Friday, Sept. 12 2014 1:15 p.m. MDT


Tips for stretching dollars in a leaky budget
Here are some ideas to help stretch your dollars and plug those leaks. You’ll be amazed at how much money these tactics will save. Read more»
Tuesday, Sept. 16 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT
Sometimes a 'serious' office is actually a silly place
The average corporate office is a serious place full of serious people doing serious work. Or so we'd like to believe. The reality is, to paraphrase Monty Python, that Cubeville is Read more»
Tuesday, Sept. 16 2014 8:30 a.m. MDT
Setting our sights on education
Investing in America’s future workforce is the most viable long-term strategy for helping us emerge from financial crisis and for laying the long-term foundation for a strong, Read more»
Tuesday, Sept. 9 2014 3:28 p.m. MDT


Islamic State — Obama gets the mission right, strategy wrong
In his Islamic State speech, President Obama said many of the right things. Most importantly, he finally got the mission right: degrade and destroy the enemy. Read more»
Thursday, Sept. 11 2014 11:20 p.m. MDT
Will the NFL recover from initially fumbling the Rice case?
The NFL commissioner and the Baltimore Ravens initially fumbled the handling of Ray Rice's domestic abuse incident. Despite recovering this week with an immediate termination and indefinite Read more»
Thursday, Sept. 11 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT
Dissatisfaction with Utah's congressmen and Congress as a whole
Usually, Americans like their own members of Congress but greatly dislike Congress as an institution. However, recent national polling shows more voters are blaming their own congressmen Read more»
Sunday, Sept. 14 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT
Putin's fascist revival is more dangerous than the Islamic State
The Islamic State is a nasty problem that can be remedied if its neighbors, assisted by the United States, decide to do so. Vladimir Putin's fascist revival is a crisis that tests the Read more»
Tuesday, Sept. 2 2014 6:50 p.m. MDT
We need a school board elected by voters
We need a state school board that is elected by the voters who have the public’s interest and the future of our students as their focus, without being encumbered with political Read more»
Saturday, Sept. 13 2014 1:56 p.m. MDT
Unknowingly raising another man's child
The number of men who had DNA tests administered for themselves and at least one of their children rose by 64 percent last decade, according to The New York Times. The DNA tests confirm Read more»
Monday, Sept. 15 2014 7:30 a.m. MDT
School start times are designed for everything but the kids we're trying to educate
The American Academy of Pediatrics says we're starting school too early for teenagers to thrive. It's a simple fix, it says, but one that policymakers seem reluctant to take for a lot Read more»
Tuesday, Aug. 26 2014 9:22 p.m. MDT
Income inequality personified: The case of George and Mitt
Tax cuts have been most beneficial to the rich and have contributed to a greater inequality in the U.S. today than existed 50 years ago. No wonder many in the middle class feel further Read more»
Wednesday, Sept. 10 2014 11:47 a.m. MDT
Obama should not move forward without congressional approval
When a commander in chief proposes to engage in acts of war that are not part of a short-term emergency but are commitments that stretch over an indefinite period of time, he should Read more»
Monday, Sept. 15 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT


Fiancee struggles with newly baptized Mormon beau away at Marine boot camp
This U.S. Marine Corps fiancee is worried that her new member fiance will abandon his new religion. Does that mean the end of their relationship? Angela gives her advice. Read more»
Monday, Sept. 15 2014 7:04 p.m. MDT
The restoration of the ancient temple
In a path-breaking 1958 article, Hugh Nibley argued that the lost ancient concept of the temple had reappeared suddenly in America in the early 1800s, something explainable only by Read more»
Thursday, Sept. 11 2014 5:00 a.m. MDT
Apostle used bad meal to teach gratitude
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Tuesday, Sept. 9 2014 5:00 a.m. MDT
When the Mormons ran Las Vegas
Some 30 LDS missionaries, led by William Bringhurst, arrived first and went to work building the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort. It was the first structure in the region. Today, the residents Read more»
Wednesday, Sept. 3 2014 5:00 a.m. MDT
The horrors of heroin addiction
Heroin addiction is a growing problem in the U.S. One family's story might help others prevent and deal with the problem as well as helping others become more aware. Read more»
Sunday, Sept. 7 2014 5:00 a.m. MDT
The sadness that comes from lost or ruined photos and documents — and the resolution
Heavy downpours of rain and ensuing landslides over the past three weeks are a reminder to plan ahead for potential big-time calamities. Read more»
Wednesday, Aug. 20 2014 5:38 p.m. MDT
Book review: 'Women at Church' encourages empathy, understanding
"Women at Church" acknowledges or at least implies that change can also lead to unintended consequences, necessitating flexibility and sensitivity rather than wholesale adoption of Read more»
Thursday, Sept. 11 2014 5:00 a.m. MDT


The 'Marathon Man' becomes the 'Broken-down Man'
I announced in May that I was the "Marathon Man" because I planned to run a marathon in a year. I didn't know that marathons are 26 miles long and that they require you to be on a diet Read more»
Friday, Sept. 12 2014 8:59 p.m. MDT
Lessons learned on the mountain with a broken ankle
I decided to try trail running recently. I'll never forget what happened next — and I want my kids to remember, too. Read more»
Tuesday, Sept. 2 2014 4:35 p.m. MDT
Cut the comparisons between stay-at-home and working moms
Why, oh, why does everything always have to come down to comparisons between working and stay-at-home moms? Read more»
Monday, Sept. 8 2014 11:30 a.m. MDT
The role of rocks in the Gaelic nations
There are so many rocks in Gaelic territories that everything is made from them: walls, roads, buildings, more walls, homes, roofs, castles — did I also mention walls — Read more»
Monday, Sept. 15 2014 5:40 p.m. MDT
What to say to a flirtatious co-worker
If you are astute in reporting what is already happening and insightful about the effects it has on things your co-worker cares about, he or she is likely to listen. Read more»
Tuesday, Sept. 2 2014 5:00 a.m. MDT
Reports on cost of raising children discourage potential parents
Here we go again. Yet another report has been circulating recently that claims it costs a quarter of a million dollars to raise a child to age 18. And this, the report ominously warns, Read more»
Tuesday, Sept. 9 2014 5:00 p.m. MDT
Life lessons about popularity
I thought, “If when we're young, we could only envision our posterity and the exponentiality of it and the love we will feel for our family, perspective would make us not care Read more»
Wednesday, Sept. 3 2014 4:40 p.m. MDT
When kids were unbreakable
There was a time when parents trusted the resilience of childhood. There was a sense that flying off the merry-go-round a few times might do a kid some good. Those times have passed. Read more»
Wednesday, Sept. 10 2014 5:00 a.m. MDT