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Published March 29, 2005


Discrimination hurts people, businesses and the whole country

Recently a friend of mine took her car to a quickie oil change place in Salt Lake to get the vehicle serviced. When she got her car in line the service manager told her that the waiting room was being remodeled, and that she could either go to a near...

Letter to the Editor: Factually false statement

One of the most biased, "politically correct" but factually false phrases of our day is the phrase we read almost daily in the media - "constitutional separation of church and state." Our courts rule again and again using that phrase....

Letter to the Editor: Intelligence slip ups not the answer

Intelligence policy discussions have recently centered on failures that have presumably occurred because there was a lack of operatives "on the ground" in foreign - particularly, Middle Eastern - countries. That argument seems to have merit, until o...

Letter to the Editor: Representation diluted

I am wondering about our representative government. I think we have got a lot more government than representation. In 1823 the population was about 9,650 of us. There were 213 representatives at that time in office. There was one representative for a...

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