|Published November 2, 2010|
The Wasatch Behind: Americans vote their future
Today is election day. Thank goodness. I don't think I could take many more sleazy attack ads, shameless political posturing and endless TV analysis. By tonight it will all be history and the sails on our ship of state will be set for another two ye...
Staff editorial: Public upset because stimulus largely invisible
Don't get me wrong. I like roads. They are necessary and proper and a good thing for our state and nation to build and maintain.
Guest column: Oppose further closures
The United States Congress in 1970 enacted legislation known as the Post Office Re-Organization Act and President Richard Nixon signed the bill to take effect on July 1, 1971. The legislation established the U. S. Postal Service to replace the previ...
Letter to the Editor: What would they give up
I want to express my thanks to the publisher of the Sun Advocate and the excellent reporting of Terry Willis for her column (Sun Advocate, Rantings and Ravings, Oct. 26) regarding how much we all rely on the federal government in our everyday lives....
Letter to the Editor: All that is necessary...
All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men accept the lesser of two evils. Okay, so the original quote, which is usually misattributed to Edmund Burke, says "do nothing." But if the choices presented to us are socialism 2.0 and s...
Letter to the Editor: Symbols of victory
Obama's Department of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano recently swore in two additional appointees to senior posts. Arif Alikihan and Kareen Shara both sworn devote Muslims. Adding again to the significant existing and growing number of Obama Musl...
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