Jonathan Johnson is asking voters to “give him a thorough job interview” to see if he is qualified to become governor. Read more »
I think we need to continue to promote the use of bicycles rather than do anything to dampen or curtail their use. Read more »
Because Puerto Rico is not a state, nor a nation free to act for itself, the United States Congress has a responsibility to stop the economic bleeding without bailouts. Read more »
I find it ironic that the anti-establishment rhetoric of the tea party and groups like Freedom Works had much to do with Trump’s surprising success in ousting Ted Cruz and capturing the Republican nomination. Read more »
The future of rural Utah is in more parks and monuments - that's the way to most effectively benefit from our public lands. Read more »
The stronger greenback has given American consumers both cheaper imports and less expensive travel. However, it has also made our exports more costly to foreigners, which could discourage their sale. Read more »
I tend to vote for the person I deem most qualified. Read more »
We need to do what we can to protect our wildlife for future generations. Read more »
Let’s look at recent examples of our politicians’ supposed Utah values. Read more »
I firmly believe that those who vote to keep the present gang of lawmakers in office are doing a disservice to many thousands of other Utahns. Read more »
Bernie Sanders will be the death of the American workforce if he is elected. Read more »
I urge my fellow Americans to think clearly and perform their civic duty Read more »
Citizens United has allowed super PACs to thrive. They have no transparency or accountability to Utah voters or any other voters. Read more »
Show me a politician who does not trade access for contributions and I’ll show you a bankrupt dinosaur. Read more »
Countries that enjoy the highest standard of living are those that enjoy Freedom, Liberty and Civil Rights Read more »
Bring bicyclists into the registration and license system. Read more »
I believe that he is one of the best governors we have ever had. Read more »
There is something better that should happen like helping immigrants instead of using the money for the wall. Read more »
We hold the power to relieve the sufferings of not only one, but hundreds of thousands, of innocent human beings. Read more »
I urge Mitt to dispel any thoughts of a third party, and get behind Trump and not only support him, but urge his influential friends to do likewise. Read more »
The beauty of charter schools is that there is no “one-size-fits-all” when it comes to what a charter school looks like. Read more »
In most every key metric, Utah’s economy and quality of life continue to be the envy of the nation. Read more »
I am a Republican. Trump is not, and never has been, a real Republican. Read more »
Making sure taxpayers are appropriately compensated for these assets is time well spent. Read more »
With millions of lives of mothers and children on the line, it is important to do this work sooner rather than later. Read more »
We have a right to defend ourselves at any time with convenience, and it is simply natural law for us to have the power to protect ourselves and our families. Read more »
We teach kids not to be bullies, but now we want to elect Trump? Read more »
The criticisms of Lynette Gay and of the World Congress of Families are unjust. Read more »
SAGE testing could use some revision, but not a complete overhaul. Read more »
When your a part of an organization there is a chance that everything is not going to be the way you want. Read more »
By understanding our past, we light the path to our future. History is the best showcase to rectify and avoid mistakes going forward. Read more »
Not everybody goes to college. Not everybody should. Not everybody could — even if it were free tuition. Read more »
The debt of our federal government now exceeds $18 trillion, which amounts to over $58,000 per capita or a whopping $154,000 per taxpayer, a figure which has doubled in the past eleven years. Read more »
The Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act (S. 2123) will give judges discretion in passing sentences that better fit the crime. Read more »
Forcing all women into the military, whether they want to or not, is not right. Read more »
Federal spending last year was slightly higher than in 1975, and slightly lower than in 1985. Read more »
I find it dismaying that Utah, which prides itself on being "the reddest state in the union" according to Republican majority party rule, has stubbornly refused to throw support behind Mr. Trump, even as the presumptive nominee. Read more »
I haven't supported Donald Trump, but he has had millions of people who voted overwhelmingly for him, across many states. Read more »
With Senator Bennett's passing we have lost a great statesman who represented Utah with honor and dignity. Read more »
If we create a legal framework to draft women to the military, it is an attempt at civilizational suicide and shows that our values have gone where destruction awaits. Read more »
I see nothing wrong with people being able to gain great wealth in America. Read more »
I feel that the curriculum for today's schools does not focus on World War II as much as I think the students would like to. Read more »
Chances are your missionary is snug in bed or out proselyting. Read more »
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