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My view: Potential drive-thru changes

The Salt Lake City Council is considering adopting a change to its drive-thru ordinance that requires facilities to serve walk-ups and bicyclists through their drive-thru windows or open up their... Read more »

14 hours ago

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John Hoffmire: Save capitalism by focusing on income equality and opportunity

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A robust and relatively wealthy middle-class has long been a trademark of the United States. Read more »

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On Second Thought

A lighthearted look at news of the day. Read more »

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Robert Bennett: Make climate conversations more than just hot air

In the debate over global climate woes, we want more than just either side simply blowing "hot air." We need computer models that are more accurate and thus more useful in helping develop realistic... Read more »

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Frank Pignanelli & LaVarr Webb: Utah's education funding needs a boost, not a crisis

Does Utah face an education crisis because of low per-pupil spending? Should some transportation funding be transferred to schools? Is it time for a tax increase for public education? Pignanelli... Read more »

yesterday

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5 reasons Mitt Romney will probably run for president again

In months prior, former governor of Massachusetts and 2012 presidential candidate Mitt Romney had been adamant that he would not seek another run at the White House. But times have changed. Read more »

Sept. 28, 2014

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Drew Clark: Either view of marriage debate should support Utah's high court case

Whether you support tradition marriage or same-sex marriage, you should be for Utah in the upcoming battle before the Supreme Court. Read more »

Sept. 28, 2014

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Monica Bellenger: Parents deserve full disclosure

One seasonal ritual in Utah is in full bloom: the parent-teacher conference. This year, Utah parents may want to begin their conference session by asking their child’s teacher a new question:... Read more »

Sept. 28, 2014

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Lawrence J. Haas: Putin's aggression won't be stopped by sanctions

Writer is addressing the question, "Should U.S. grant Ukrainian President Poroshenko's appeal for military aid?" Read more »

Sept. 28, 2014

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John B. Quigley: Providing lethal aid to Ukraine would add to mayhem

Writer is addressing the question, "Should U.S. grant Ukrainian President Poroshenko's appeal for military aid?" Read more »

Sept. 28, 2014

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Janna Darnelle: Redefining marriage hurts women, children

The push to present a positive image of same-sex families has hidden the devastation on which many are built. My children and I suffered great losses because of my former husband’s decision... Read more »

Sept. 28, 2014

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John Florez: Let local folks control a new education system

How about parents and teachers running their own schools? Schools where local people have actual control that prepare students to thrive in a new world. Read more »

Sept. 27, 2014

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A. Scott Anderson: Energy development can heal economic woes

The fastest course to a clean environment and reduced carbon emissions is widespread economic security. Traditional energy development is the pathway to get there. Read more »

Sept. 26, 2014

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My view: Don't make women optional in marriage

Women and men are not fungible; they’re not interchangeable in the family nor in other social institutions. Read more »

Sept. 26, 2014

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David Blankenhorn: Think tanks should think, not act as fundraisers

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It’s also worth remembering that there's no such thing as a donation without expectations. As long as we have think tanks, we're going to have donors with motives. Read more »

Sept. 26, 2014

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Michael Gerson: Now is important introspection time for evangelicals

It is fair to say that some cultural views traditionally held by evangelicals are in retreat. Read more »

Sept. 25, 2014

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Charles Krauthammer: Our real Islamic State strategy: containment-plus

Today, jihadism is global, religious and financial institutions ubiquitous and its roots deeply sunk in a world religion of over a billion people. We are on a path — long, difficult,... Read more »

Sept. 25, 2014

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My view: Clearing the haze on what should be Utah's pristine vistas

The officials at the Utah Division of Air Quality need to present a far stronger regional haze plan; one befitting the majesty of the state they are charged with protecting. Read more »

Sept. 25, 2014

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Jay Evensen: War on poverty hasn't worked, why not encourage these ideas?

Fifty years after Lyndon Johnson first declared it, the American war on poverty seems to be dominated by two extremes. Read more »

Sept. 25, 2014

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My view: If the NFL wants to fight domestic violence, they must look to the cause

If he wants to be an agent of change for domestic violence, my advice to Roger Goodell is to start at the root of the issue: with the adults who grew up with it. Read more »

Sept. 25, 2014

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George F. Will: High election stakes in Kansas

Sensible Kansans have a problematic choice to ponder: Electing [Greg] Orman would deepen the Senate's pool of talent, but it might thwart Republican efforts to control the Senate. Read more »

Sept. 24, 2014

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Richard Davis: We're not as culturally liberal as touted

A recent Pew Research study shows some interesting trends — and reversals — regarding same-sex marriage, homosexuality and religion's role in society and politics. It suggests Americans... Read more »

Sept. 24, 2014

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David N. Sundwall: It's time: Expand Medicaid in Utah now

Here are five reasons for my support of Gov. Gary Herbert's Healthy Utah plan in closing the coverage gap for low-income Utahns. Read more »

Sept. 24, 2014

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Catherine Rampell: America is defunding its kids

For all their baby-kissing, politicians know that it's the elderly — not suffrage-ineligible children or their parents — who turn out to vote. This perhaps explains why a smaller... Read more »

Sept. 23, 2014

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Classical liberalism offers sole durable escape from American decline

Political institutions armed with unbounded power are incapable of complete self-regulation. The Founders' mixed system of classical liberalism offers the only durable escape from the current... Read more »

Sept. 23, 2014

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