|Published September 21, 2004|
Unfairness in times of crisis an American institution
Imagine yourself seated in the most comfortable chair in the house reading a good book when suddenly two men in black suits and hats come through the door without identifying themselves and ask you if you are who you are. When you tell them yes, you ...
As I think back to the events that have unfolded over the past couple weeks I think of sand slowly slipping towards the center of an hour glass. Two weeks ago Thursday evening, before I left on vacation, I attended a College of Eastern Utah Prehistor...
Letter to the Editor: Will guns be banned in other places?
A couple of weeks ago I was told we have a gun range going in Carbon County and once its in, it will be against the law to have a firearm out in the public domain unless there is a hunting reason and a person is carrying the proper weapon for that hu...
Letter to the Editor: Beacon light based on truth
I recently watched "Fahrenheit 9/11" and "Uncovered: The war in Iraq." I was encouraged to see young and old, Democrat and Republican attend both movies. After watching these documentaries I'm now convinced that there is clear and undisputable eviden...
U.S. Workers Sinking Fast
Labor Day 2004 was anything but a picnic for the vast majority of America's 147-million-member labor force. No matter how you slice it, most U.S. workers are worse off than they were at this time last year....
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