Jay's Jokes: Hollywood's new code of ethics
A lighthearted look at news of the day.
Letter: It's hard to know who BYU plays
Who is Mississippi State? East Carolina? University of Massachusetts? I understand they are all fine teams, but I do not know them and naturally have a limited interest in the games.
Letter: Humans create religion
I agree that humans have a need for spirituality, as in an attachment to something greater than oneself, but I find it illogical to participate in any one religion since there are so many to choose from.
Op-ed: Earned Income Tax Credit is great, except for one thing
As tax reform is now a front-page headline, a number of people have written to the editor urging retention or expansion of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC). It is efficient, but it has one major flaw.
Letter: Cyclists vs. motorists
It seems like they decide to switch between auto and pedestrian rules whenever they fancy.
In our opinion: Utah, America must avoid a demographic winter
The U.S. should strengthen laws and tax incentives that promote and favor families, as already has happened in France and elsewhere.
Podcast: The overlooked step in preparing to enter a Mormon temple with Jennifer Ann Mackley
Jennifer Ann Mackley is a realist. “I have children, and they don’t ask me questions,” she admits, “They go to Google.”
Letter: What is wrong with Hollywood?
What is wrong with Hollywood? They really don't care about their customers.
Letter: Police should use alternatives to lethal force
In many situations, the media overlook the use of force continuum that officers use, and everyone focuses on the last fatal step.
Letter: Utah needs a new school board
Now that the Utah State School Board approved the Hamilton Education Program, we need a new school board.