“His wall promise rests on the same basis as a Ponzi scheme,” writes Steve Chapman....
According to my dictionary, assault is: "a threat or attempt to strike or otherwise do physical harm to a person.” I have never seen a rifle assault anyone by itself. A weapon is inanimate. So how can a rifle assault someone without a human misusing it. It is interesting how the National...
“For Trump's opponents, pragmatism is principle — because the stakes are so high,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
This week’s topics: Beloved local legend Ruby Price, the Utah Sheriffs’ Association and the Ogden School Board.
“To punish Gina Haspel more than 15 years later for doing what her country asked her to do, and in response to what she was told were lawful orders, would be a travesty and a disgrace,” writes Rich Lowry.
Wednesday at Layton High School, we participated in the national walkout movement. Although not all attendees agreed politically, we were unified in two causes: First to respect and honor those victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting a month ago, and second to motivate our peers to raise...
Some of the most important protest movements of the last century — Civil Rights, Vietnam, Environmentalism — were powered in large part by youth. And now? Gun control.
“Trump has confirmed over and over that he's a weakling masquerading as a tough guy,” writes Steve Chapman.
Promontory Point Resources desperately doesn’t want you to know its plans for a landfill on a lonely peninsula in the Great Salt Lake. Which means it’s time to start paying attention.
“Federalism is a delicate system that needs constant care, feeding and updating by the courts. But when it works, its successes follow from the recognition that a big country includes many different perspectives and beliefs,” writes Noah Feldman.