The four months until the election will clearly be unpleasant and probably not like any political campaign we have ever seen. Read more »
Honest Gary may not have the same ring to it as “Honest Abe,” but you have to respect a man who holds to his convictions even if it relegates him to a relatively unknown party. Read more »
The nonpartisan Citizens’ Climate Lobby believes that putting a fee on carbon sources and returning net revenues to households gives us a fighting chance of staying within our carbon budget. Read more »
One way to demonstrate they have what it takes to be president is to tell voters how they’ll keep Social Security strong for our children, grandchildren and family members with disabilities. Read more »
I want to state that the Utah GOP has a problem with its delegates that is further dividing our party instead of uniting it. Read more »
Utahns are just getting a glimpse of the difficulties and expense involved in the prison move. Read more »
The number of deer passing through our acre lot seems to have remained constant since 1992, when we purchased our home. Read more »
It's been a year since the U.S., Iran and international negotiators reached a historic deal on Iran's nuclear program. Read more »
There are an estimated 58,000 Utahns who would be cover by Medicaid expansion. Read more »
Just in case the Brexit situation wasn't uncertain enough, British leaders have been dragging their heels on triggering Article 50, a step that is required for the nation to leave the European Union. Read more »
After numerous congressional committees have fully exonerated her of the terrible accusations against her relative to Bengazi, many still insist she is still a wicked and deceptive person. Read more »
With the firefighters having so much trouble with drones stopping the firefighting airplanes, I have an easy solution. Read more »
Every year, hundreds of black men, women and children are killed in cities like Chicago, New York and Baltimore, by other blacks, and not a sound is raised by the Black Lives Matter movement. Read more »
While some would have us believe this is due to the effects of segregation, the truth of the matter has more to do with the moral degeneration of our society as a whole. Read more »
Expanding Medicaid is the right choice for Utah for both economic and moral reasons. Read more »
Currently, single people are the only demographic being taxed into poverty! A woman earning wages at the federal poverty line of $12,494 will pay $1,170 in payroll and income tax — being taxed much deeper into poverty! Read more »
Our country needs Gov. Romney as well as the entire Republican leadership to support the GOP nominee. Read more »
Why can't we all be Americans? Why can't we all be on the same team, regardless of our origin? Read more »
It's not bad that people are not satisfied with the two major political parties. Read more »
The explosive power, size, noise, and availability of fireworks authorized for private use under the new state law exceeds common sense limits. Read more »
I would rather have a president who says stupid things than does stupid things. Read more »
We frankly don't understand what the road race (and rage) is all about in Utah. Read more »
A study by researchers monitoring more than 300 air-quality sites throughout the U.S. found that the average concentrations of fine particulate matter, the ones that cause a number of health problems, rose by 42 percent after a... Read more »
The requirement to show specific intent to harm is legally inconsistent with the crime of negligently handling classified material. Read more »
This choice is not based upon party loyalty but rather pure pragmatism. Read more »
If we want to keep teachers in our classrooms, we must find ways to accommodate them, not make them accommodate us. Read more »
Richard Nixon's offense is pale compared to what Hillary Rodham Clinton has established. Read more »
In the long run, I think Britain could become STRONGER and regain its vibrancy by being independent of the maneuverings that usually take place with the EU. Read more »
I love vote by mail! I have used it for several years, and I believe that it makes me a more informed voter. Read more »
In regards to the teacher shortfall, one suggestion to encourage teachers to return to the profession is to give scholarships to offset costs of education to renew licenses. Read more »
This was a vote to take back their nation from the hands of globalists, whose interests are for money and power. Read more »
While many are lauding the Brexit as a victory, their response to this outcome may be shortsighted. Read more »
It is small-minded and unethical for anyone, for any reason, to attack those who are dead and not in a position to defend themselves. Read more »
In Sandy, the freeway and surrounding businesses are being plagued by panhandlers, many standing on the 2 foot wide cement islands on 6-8 lane highways. Read more »
I, for one, wonder but what we should have metal detectors at most public buildings and learn to live with the inconvenience. Read more »
It appears that the Obama administration is substituting its own motives behind the mass killings and ignoring the evidence at hand Read more »
A fee on carbon emissions would level the field by taking into account the adverse cost of carbon emissions on climate change. Read more »
We can’t allow ourselves to be divided. We must come together and get along, worldwide, like people were doing that night at the Utah Arts Festival. Read more »
I am frustrated constantly by all the studies on why Utah — and other states — cannot retain qualified teachers. Read more »
Gun Regulation is not the problem, non-enforcement of the laws that we have on the books already is a big part of the problem. Read more »
The second amendment isn't about hunting at all. All the amendments were God-given rights. They were listed in the order of importance. Read more »
We do what we can to clear the air and save water and snow but will other nations follow? I seriously doubt that. Read more »
The lack of respect for life is the problem and terrorists will not lay down their guns until they are killed. Read more »
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