“The nation’s leaders are making checks and balances, a key aspect of America’s identity and success, irrelevant. Along the way, they are destroying confidence in our important institutions,” writes Jeff Steagall.
“Good public policy can promote order and justice. But ending the Chicago massacre will require miracles of mercy,” writes Michael Gerson.
Have you ever seen something in an advertisement that seems like it would completely change your life, but when you buy it, it just doesn’t seem to live up to your expectations? 7-Eleven running out of free slurpees on 7/11. Costco not having enough free sample booths for me to eat at least a...
“Parolees are an easy target. Who wants to fight for rights of people who, at some earlier point, voluntarily forfeited them?” Brian Wood writes this week.
“In corrupt failed states, politics is about lying and misdirection. On guns, our debate is a pack of lies and evasions,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
This week we discuss a dedicated Weber State and Ogden resident, half-baked sentencing reform in Utah, girls in wrestling and yet another taxpayer-funded harebrained lawsuit.
We had another shooting at one our public schools. Several of our young kids were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. How can we keep allowing these senseless murders? Gun violence is happening so often, it is almost daily news. Is it becoming acceptable? Since the...
I was overjoyed to read of Brian Woods’ success in obtaining employment so quickly upon his release (“Hitting the ground running with a job after prison,” Beyond Bars, Feb. 5). Getting hooked on his Monday column was the reason I upgraded from a weekend subscription of the...
Columnist doesn’t want his granddaughters or grandsons ever thinking that a girl can’t say “no” to a boy.
“Outrage is an appropriate response to the carnage in Parkland, but it's not an answer,” writes Steve Chapman.