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Given the trappings and trimmings and without thankfulness, Thanksgiving becomes unmoored.

My view: Obama and Utah on the same page

The congressional answer to President Obama’s recent immigration proposal should be to adopt it. Utah did. Read more »

9 hours ago

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George F. Will: Government’s legitimacy falls short given recent Wisconsin raids

Wisconsin can repair its reputation by dismantling the "John Doe" process and disciplining those who have abused it. Read more »

11 hours ago

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Susan Roylance: The UN, child rights, parents and sexuality education

As the U.N. celebrated the 25th anniversary of the treaty on the Rights of the Child, many countries spoke out on the rights of the parents to determine the sex education of their children, and a... Read more »

12 hours ago

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Richard Davis: Remember to give thanks for freedoms

In between the turkey dinner and the next football games, we should pause for a minute to consider freedoms we typically don’t think much about — freedoms of speech, of worship, of the... Read more »

yesterday

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My view: Utah needs Congress to kill the PTC

The PTC, which was first created by Congress in 1992, subsidizes renewable energy producers — especially wind companies — for the electricity they generate. This cost taxpayers some... Read more »

yesterday

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Kathleen Parker: True or not, Bill Cosby accusations are part of high-tech lynching

Whatever the truth about Cosby, due process has been the victim of what Clarence Thomas once called a high-tech lynching. Read more »

yesterday

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My view: Nonpartisan board elections ahead

In recent weeks, Judge Clark Waddoups ruled in federal court that the State Board of Education selection process used for the past 10 years is unconstitutional. Read more »

Nov. 25, 2014

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Michael Gerson: The big 'but' — Obama's action on immigration

Following President Obama's ambitious executive order on immigration — not unprecedented in subject matter but unprecedented in scope and ambition — we are left to pick through the... Read more »

Nov. 24, 2014

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John Hoffmire: Dependency, poverty and employee ownership

Full employment, the opportunity for everyone to have a job who wants one, is an indispensable condition to allow all to thrive economically. Read more »

Nov. 24, 2014

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Robert Bennett: Controversial Keystone, immigration events are more about symbolism than substance

Last week, the Senate refused to authorize the Keystone Pipeline and President Obama used his executive powers to establish his version of immigration reform. Both events were highly controversial,... Read more »

Nov. 24, 2014

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Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Hospitality laws, tax increases and other issues in 2015 session

The 2015 legislative session begins in two months. Posturing on issues has already begun. Read more »

Nov. 23, 2014

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Drew Clark: Interfaith conference at Vatican unlocks beautiful language of natural law

So many religions and faith traditions believe that marriage is a union of one man and one woman. Yet we can be isolated within our own faith traditions and take the truth about complementarity in... Read more »

Nov. 23, 2014

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George F. Will: Nelson Rockefeller’s life is pertinent to modern political system

Richard Norton Smith could not have known, when he began his labors 14 years ago, that publication of his "On His Own Terms: A Life of Nelson Rockefeller" would coincide with a presidential... Read more »

Nov. 23, 2014

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Charles Krauthammer: The proposed carbon cap with China is not as good as it sounds

If this were a real breakthrough, I'd be an enthusiastic supporter. I have long advocated for a tangible global agreement to curb carbon. Read more »

Nov. 23, 2014

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My view: Remembering JFK 51 years later

Fascination with and controversy about President John F. Kennedy continues. Last year, there were floods of books, articles and commentaries marking the half-century since his death. Read more »

Nov. 22, 2014

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John Florez: Fundraising is not about the money

Fundraising is about more than raising money. It’s about being together and enjoying the time together. Read more »

Nov. 22, 2014

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Michael Gerson: Obama’s executive order is a confession of democratic failure

Whatever your view on immigration (and I support comprehensive reform), Obama's executive order is a confession of democratic failure, through the adoption of methods that he recently described as... Read more »

Nov. 21, 2014

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Greg Bell: It's time to raise the gas tax

As citizens, we need to accept the reality that our excellent transportation system must continue expanding and must be properly maintained. All this comes at a price. And we need to be willing to... Read more »

Nov. 21, 2014

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Robert J. Samuelson: Our political superstructure may be more at risk than economy

A political system that depends on strong economic growth will, when growth falters, lose its capacity to ensure social peace and stability. Read more »

Nov. 21, 2014

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My view: Impact of high salinity on our homes

Riverton city residents are voting soon on whether to continue to use local well water. Read more »

Nov. 21, 2014

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My view: Global warming needs free market

I unequivocally state pollution is bad and carbon dioxide probably contributes to global warming. But don't use deceptive headlines and false or questionable arguments to sell a dubious scheme. Read more »

Nov. 21, 2014

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My view: Education is the key to our state's future

Education is the key to our state’s future. It is Utah’s most important strategic investment. Read more »

Nov. 20, 2014

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Jay Evensen: Like it or not, ride sharing is here to stay

My driver acknowledged he had violated a city ordinance by picking me up at the airport. Read more »

Nov. 20, 2014

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Dan Liljenquist: Obamacare was a rude awakening for Americans

The Obamacare rollout was a rude awakening for Americans, validating the uneasiness they have felt about the legislation from the beginning. Read more »

Nov. 20, 2014

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