Charles Krauthammer: What to do for little Charlie Gard
One cannot imagine a more wrenching moral dilemma than the case of little Charlie Gard. He is a beautiful 11-month-old boy with an incurable genetic disease.
LaVarr Webb and Frank R. Pignanelli: Politicians’ banners on Pioneer Day floats — seriously!
They should allow political floats, but the float themes and banners must be honest. We believe this would be the result:
Hal Boyd: In defense of denominations and disciples from Mormonism to Lutheranism
When Christians sit in a pew and profess creeds and make covenants they also spend time with like-minded believers striving to live out the highest of human ideals amidst a sometimes-hostile world.
Ralph Becker: We have free agency to change our destiny
How we intelligently decide what we leave for our children and grandchildren is important for all of us. We have societal free agency to affect our destiny with the best information and smartest decisions.
Op-ed: The false choice of working daughters
Businesses must do more to support working caregivers. Adopting policies like flexible schedules, paid family leave policies, employee assistance programs and eldercare referrals and subsidiaries will help caregivers navigate their competing roles.
Boyd Matheson: The Senate is currently embroiled in chaos created by a complete lack of leadership
The United States Senate is currently embroiled in a kind of chaos created by a complete lack of leadership and a hyper-focus on political power. A profile in courage the Senate is not.
Kathleen Parker: Homage to a great editor
Behind every great column is a great editor — a truism never more so than when Alan Shearer puts highlighter (not red pen) to copy.
Op-ed: The hallmark of the U.'s Department of Economics is its commitment to competing perspectives
The hallmark of the department is its commitment to competing perspectives and their evolution (i.e., a pluralistic perspective) and as such exposes students to a range of theoretical perspectives, including Marx.
Derek B. Miller: Together we can accomplish the governor's goal of 25,000 jobs in 25 counties
Working together, in the spirit of our pioneer heritage, we can accomplish the governor’s goal of 25,000 jobs in 25 counties and ensure prosperity across all of Utah.
Jay Evensen: Don't overreact by eliminating the elected county recorder's office
Does this mean we have to wait for a similar problem to affect the clerk, surveyor, treasurer, auditor and perhaps even the lieutenant governor before deciding to do away with those offices, too?