Don’t the consumers have the right to have a contract that doesn’t allow for unethical business practices? Read more »
A big part of the solution would be to regulate guns like cars. Read more »
The GOP is using Johnson primarily to send a message to the governor — we did it before, and we can do it again. Read more »
Utah should not rely on California and New York and other states to reject Trump’s hate message. Read more »
In mentioning Mrs. Clinton's "minor missteps," he glosses over the most criminally and ethically corrupt person ever to run for president. Read more »
What is clear is that climate change will put more pressure on communities where coal has been the heart of the economy. We have to fight climate change, but we can’t leave these communities behind either. Read more »
What my conscience cannot allow is the slaughter of any people. Read more »
Be a voice and teacher of peace, understanding, acceptance and compassion. Read more »
Let's support Gov. Herbert and show him we appreciate what he has done for Utah. Read more »
Temperatures in Utah have risen to almost twice that of the global average, a longer-term trend that is not encouraging. Read more »
As much as Donald Trump tends to offend people, I feel it would be very unwise and destructive to our country to put Hillary in the White House. Read more »
Like it or not I think we as Republicans have a duty to rally around and support our nominee and to let some things settle down. Read more »
The editorials keep telling us to vote, when people know full well the Utah State Legislature has manipulated the voting boundaries so that the Republicans will never lose. Read more »
No matter who wins or loses, a strong showing by an independent or third party candidate will send a strong message that not only are we frustrated with the current state of government, but that we are not willing to sell our basic... Read more »
I can in the sports page find out how many points, minutes, rebounds, home runs, hits etc. that certain player has done. I cannot find who in the government voted for the the bills that the house and senate has voted on. Read more »
Mr. Trump will shake things up a bit, both internally and internationally. Read more »
Capitalism is the most successful economic system and Sanders is trying to destroy it. Read more »
China is on pace to bring about another financial crisis. Read more »
I’m grateful for Governor Herbert’s leadership along with a wise and conservative legislature who, jointly, have brought Utah this lofty recognition. Read more »
How can we expect our children to learn respect for property if we are not good stewards of this beautiful park? Read more »
The Republican challenger, Jonathan Johnson, will be a governor we can be proud of. It is time for this change. Read more »
This month, the Legislature’s watered-down Medicaid plan is open for public comment. As written, it does good service for a few. However, our task remains mostly undone. Read more »
We live in a culture of mind games, brainwashing and mixed messages bombarding especially the young, vulnerable group of innocents. Read more »
The media has a unique voice and opportunity to expose corruption in government and business. Read more »
The Republican Party has no one to blame but themselves for the creation of the monster called Donald Trump. Read more »
The solar industry should work on its own to create products that people want. Read more »
Coal power is dwindling as a viable energy resource. Read more »
Mitt Romney should support Trump instead of inadvertently helping Hillary or Bernie. Read more »
The reality is that the Congressional Budget Office has reported that new revenue created by Obamacare is insufficient to cover both health care subsidies and Medicaid expansion. Read more »
Evans unwittingly but symbolically made the case for the "Count My Vote" movement he has fought so hard against. Read more »
We know that other countries are amassing weapons of mass destruction, no matter what agreements they have made with the U.S. Read more »
Our constitutional framers took care of most of my concerns when they created the checks and balances in our government. Read more »
I am convinced that the far right of the Republican Party, which Mr. Johnson represents, is completely out of touch with the majority of Utah voters. Read more »
I’m excited to see what our great state will become if we elect Jonathan Johnson for governor. Read more »
Donald Trump would be a better president than Hillary Clinton. Read more »
Memorial Day is a time to celebrate veterans and family members. Read more »
This voter appreciates Congresswoman Mia Love for showing leadership by holding a town hall to discuss climate solutions for our country. Read more »
The problem I have is people who park in handicap parking who do not belong there, or do not have a placard in their window. Read more »
TSA lines have become longer because of the number of passengers who carry on bags to avoid the bag surcharge. Read more »
The flags of Memorial Day are put away, but the spirit of this day remains all year long in my family. Read more »
If GMO’s are safe, why is the industry exerting all its power to keep them off the ingredient lists of foods we eat every day? Read more »
As the country with the largest nuclear arsenal, the U.S. needs leaders who understand the enormous destruction nuclear weapons can cause. Read more »
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 »
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