“I’m going to come out to readers who have speculated on my political leanings: I am...
“Plenty of technological and procedural processes could make U.S. elections more accurately reflect voter sentiment — if we could agree on the problem,” writes David Ferro.
“I’m going to come out to readers who have speculated on my political leanings: I am bipartisan,” writes E. Kent Winward.
Finishing a degree at Weber State in four years costs about $23,000, writes Jeff Steagall. Completing it in six adds another $12,000 to the tab.
Top managers believed Shannon Sebahar and her co-workers when they said they’d been sexually harassed. “I hope your wife, sister, daughter, coworker or friends are believed, too,” Sebahar writes.
“The law is a human creation and, like humans, it can be both good and evil,” writes E. Kent Winward.
U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop debates his Democratic challenger, Peter Clemens, Oct. 17 at Weber State University. Let’s show the presidential candidates how it’s done, writes Carol McNamara.
The courts naturally tend toward maintaining the status quo, and no election is going to change that predilection, writes E. Kent Winward.
Sheriff’s deputies arrested a teenage boy Thursday for allegedly making clown threats. But are adults blowing the issue out of proportion?
“This November, make your voice heard with an informed vote on Utah judges,” writes Shannon Sebahar. “Use the information available to you to know your judges and finish the ballot.”