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Published: Tuesday, Aug. 26 2014 2:40 p.m. MDT

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American Fork, UT

Will it still continue turning out editorial columns on demand?

Lake Sammamish, WA

He was ousted...he didn't "step down".

Irony Guy
Bountiful, Utah

Sutherland is a well-funded source of bizarre disinformation. Mr. Mero's departure can only enhance his resume.

John Charity Spring
Back Home in Davis County, UT

This is a clear divergence from the historic practices of this institute. However, the magnitude of divergence is not entirely clear at this time. As Rastignac stated when faced with his dilemma, it is best to understand the mechanism at work before making irrevocable decisions.


I like Paul and I'm sorry to see him go. Best wishes to you for even greater success in your next endeavor!

Vernal, UT

I will miss his radio commentary. Best of luck Mr. Mero.

Heber City, UT

"... the most influential conservative voice in Utah." Ummmm, there is at least one conservative voice in Utah more influential than a think tank most citizens have never heard of. Hint: it's related to this paper.

Lee J. Siegel
Salt Lake City, UT

Good riddance.

Salt Lake City, UT

I do not get the characterization that Paul Mero, the Sutherland Institute, other conservatives, the governor, and the attorney general are "defending traditional marriage." Traditional marriage is not being challenged or put on trial. There have been no changes in the legal aspects and regulations governing traditional marriage. It is non-traditional marriage that is, in effect, being prosecuted.

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