In our opinion: Gov. Rick Perry indictment a concern

The recent felony indictments of Perry following his use of constitutional veto power is a dangerous trend.

Letter: Whole story

We have been hearing a lot about the 18-year-old kid who was shot by a police officer in Ferguson. It seems as if all the blame is being placed on the policeman. But whenever we have these accounts either on TV or in the newspaper,... Read more »

Aug. 16, 2014


Greg Bell: New minimum-wage laws — Government as provider

It’s one thing to conclude that the government owes people a living. It’s quite another for the laws to mandate employers to pay workers what the government has generously decided they... Read more »

Aug. 15, 2014


In our opinion: Monument supporters

Gov. Herbert has asked Orrin Hatch’s 14 colleagues to come see Utah for themselves, which is a very good idea. But so far, none of the invited senators have RSVP’d to the... Read more »

Aug. 15, 2014


My view: A comic controversy in Salt Lake? Not really

The good news for geeks like me is that Salt Lake City will, in all likelihood, have a massively successful, well-run comic book convention for years to come. Whether that event is called... Read more »

Aug. 15, 2014


Letter: Server's wages

Utah should increase the tipped wage, but in the meantime, Utahns should tip better. Read more »

Aug. 15, 2014


Letter: NCLB Avoided

Utah State Board of Education voted to keep the waiver on No Child Left Behind Read more »

Aug. 15, 2014


Michael Gerson: The paradox of American diversity

Events in Ferguson demonstrate the paradox of American diversity: An increasingly multicultural nation remains deeply divided by race and class. Read more »

Aug. 14, 2014


Charles Krauthammer: Strategic thinking – Why Hillary got it right

Leave it to Barack Obama's own former secretary of state to acknowledge the fatal flaw of his foreign policy: a total absence of strategic thinking. Read more »

Aug. 14, 2014


Dan Liljenquist: Those who confront death — ISIS and arming the Peshmerga

The ISIS scourge continues as Islamic militants, surging with primeval bloodlust, are torturing, slaughtering and then mutilating the corpses of men, women and children in northern Iraq. Read more »

Aug. 14, 2014


Lee Benson: Talking about life, Larry, baseball and the Bees with Marc Amicone

Marc Amicone, general manager of the Salt Lake Bees, was there when Larry H. Miller first dreamed of buying a professional baseball team. Read more »

Aug. 14, 2014


Mary Barker: What crony capitalism really looks like

A contributor to Forbes recently wrote, “The largest, wealthiest, most powerful organizations in the world [American corporations] are on the public dole. Where is the outrage?” Read more »

Aug. 14, 2014


George F. Will: Into a new void?

This far into the human story, only the historically uninstructed are startled by what they think are new permutations of evil. Read more »

Aug. 14, 2014


Letter: Reckless road bikers

As a road biker, I have little sympathy for road bikers who think they are cars. Read more »

Aug. 14, 2014


Letter: Obama's mistake

Maybe the mistake President Obama made was saying what he wanted to do to make our country great again and that got all the Tea Party doing all they could to make sure that didn't happen. Read more »

Aug. 14, 2014


In our opinion: Intervention in Iraq

There is no value in rearguing the merits of America’s involvement in Iraq, which seems to be the focus of many of the critics. We can’t change what happened then, and what’s... Read more »

Aug. 14, 2014


My view: Learning from Robin Williams' death

When I read about Robin Williams' recent bouts with severe depression that likely led to his death, I thought, “It could’ve been me!” While I have never attempted suicide,... Read more »

Aug. 14, 2014


Robert J. Samuelson: Where have all the entrepreneurs gone (cont.) ?

American businesses are aging, I wrote last week, and a sharp decline in startup companies is a big reason. As the share of young firms shrinks, the surviving companies are naturally older —... Read more »

Aug. 14, 2014


Join the discussion: Is Hillary Clinton distancing herself from Obama's foreign policy?

In a recent interview with Jeffery Goldberg of the Atlantic, Hillary Clinton explained exactly how her foreign policy stance differs from President Obama’s, leading some to speculate that she... Read more »

Aug. 13, 2014


Richard Davis: Despite leaders, Utah needs a comprehensive education plan

Just as the state adopted and implemented a comprehensive transportation plan, so Utah needs a similar education plan that will reform education and increase currently inadequate funding. Read more »

Aug. 13, 2014


In our opinion: Resources needed to guarantee sexual violence is discovered, investigated and prosecuted

National Edition

Recent efforts in Washington to compel colleges to address the problem are appropriate, although there are important questions as to whether they will be able to achieve the necessary results. Read more »

Aug. 13, 2014


My view: Staying safe during the 100 deadliest days of summer

All partners in Zero Fatalities have greatly stepped up efforts to help everyone using Utah’s roadways to travel safe and avoid tragedy during this busy time of year. Read more »

Aug. 13, 2014

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Letter: Immigration considerations

The reality is, neither this country nor the state of Utah is a bottomless pit into which the world can continue to pour it's “huddled masses.” We do not, indeed cannot, pay for full support for existing legal citizens. Read more »

Aug. 13, 2014


Letter: Unstable buildings

This takes me back to our castles on the beach: one good wave and they're gone. Some places are just not smart to build on. Read more »

Aug. 13, 2014


Letter: Bear fees

I am still laughing at the government wanting to charge an extra $41 on top of the $25 entrance fees for bear support so visitors to Yellowstone can see more bears. Read more »

Aug. 13, 2014


Doug Robinson: It's more than just the tennis

Rayfel Bachillor has never accepted money for teaching tennis lessons to kids, but he does require many things that don't have much to do with tennis. Read more »

Aug. 12, 2014

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