|Published January 21, 2003|
Following Lewis and Clark's trek
Not too many people in Utah probably even stopped to think that last Saturday had any historical significance. After all our state had little to do with the voyage of discovery that connected America together, but last Saturday began the bicentenn...
The much maligned refrigerator
With the Super Bowl on it's way next weekend all attention will be centered on an important appliance in the armory of ease performing machines that Americans have in their homes....
Iraq war will cost more than blood
As the Bush Administration prepares for war in Iraq, the American people should demand a complete assessment of the costs of the war-which go beyond potential military and civilian casualties. ...
Letter to the Editor: China's Economic Impact
Beginning in the early 1980s, the vision of a vast consumer market lured transnational corporations to China. However, instead of becoming a huge market for consumer goods, China is "becoming the world's factory floor," notes the October 17 Far Easte...
Letter to the Editor: the silence of you and me
In a speech taken from William Shakspeare's, "Julius Caesar" I have remodeled it to fit the typical actions taken by the radical extreme environmentalist's against Utah's silent citizenry....
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