|Published April 15, 2008|
Staff column: Denseness is in the eye of the beholder
I do a lot of dumb things and have a hard time figuring out a lot of things that I should easily understand. I have to look around and wonder, however, if denseness runs in families. My kids aren't dense; my parents and my sisters weren't dense; so w...
The Wasatch Behind: Small town frustrations
Last week Barack Obama told a group of rich California Democrats that he understands small town bitterness in America. He said small town people are miserable because they don't have good jobs anymore, and they vent their frustrations through religio...
Rantings and Ravings
Our name helps define who we are and differentiates us from all others. Names are one of the areas we get into trouble for in the newspaper. Get it right and people are happy, but add and extra "n" or leave out an "e" and the phone will ring....
Letter to the Editor: Seek the truth
On Jan. 24, 2008 I wrote a letter to the editor criticizing Representative Maurice Hinchey, (D-NY) for working in Congress to lock up more than 9 and-a-half million acres of Utah's public lands as federal wilderness. I suggested in that letter that t...
Letter to the Editor: Stick, not carrot
So our legislators are looking at tax incentives for corporations that retain and create jobs in the United States. They're using the wrong approach. How about using the stick instead of the carrot? In lieu of rewarding good corporate behavior, they ...
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