|Published July 13, 2004|
Stupid or not, American airmen were still brave
I spent Sunday afternoon doing something I never thought I would get to do; exploring the inside of a World War II vintage B-17 bomber.
The reality of Reagan years
As the media spent an entire week memorializing Ronald Reagan, journalists redefined the former president's life and accomplishments with a stream of hagiographies that frequently skewed the facts and glossed over scandal and criticism....
Letter to the Editor: Shock and awe in Castle Country
Have you ever been so "shocked and in awe" that it took you three verses of the National Anthem to recognize the "Star Spangled Banner"? Remember the "Shock and awe scenario" when the United States invaded Iraq? That is what I personally experienced ...
Letter to the Editor: Better than what?
I was very disturbed to hear an interview on the radio with our school superintendent about full-day kindergarten. He said that kindergarten children do better when they are in school all day. Better than what? My children certainly never suffered by...
Letter to the Editor: What they want is power
Stephen Bloch, the attorney representing Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance writes that Ken Larson's editorial does not accurately portray the efforts of SUWA. He states further than SUWA has not sought signatures on a petition in front of Walmart or ...
Letter to the Editor: the real answers
In the June 29 edition of the Sun Advocate you ran an article by Stephan Bloch titled, "A Response from SUWA." I to would like to respond to his article.
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