Utah never sufficiently honored Tom Welch for his role in bringing the 2002 Winter Olympics to Utah...
D. Louise Brown’s grandparents exchanged love letters during the Great Depression, but they never once used the words “I love you.”
“Why,” asks Don Porter, “have Republicans – and members of Utah’s delegation in particular – been so willing to enable, forgive and ignore this administration’s awful conduct? Is the reversal of the Obama agenda worth their moral sacrifice?”
Utah never sufficiently honored Tom Welch for his role in bringing the 2002 Winter Olympics to Utah, writes Robert Hunter.
“I don’t spend my day reading the financial pages, but when I do, I walk away dismayed, more than a little frightened, and convinced high finance is a world with no real connection to the lives of everyday Americans,” writes E. Kent Winward.
A male-dominated Utah State Legislature committee voted last week on legislation that would permit breastfeeding in any place of public accommodation — whether they cover up or not.
“We need Black History Month because as a society, what hurts black, African and African-American people hurts us all,” writes Adrienne Andrews.
Don Porter admires people who own and run restaurants. He just doesn’t trust them with control of their employees’ tips.
“When you look at what naturalized citizens contribute to Ogden, the state of Utah and the country, you have to wonder why anyone would try to stop a Dreamer from realizing the dream of becoming a citizen,” writes Michael Vaughan.
Meanwhile, the Legislature never bothered to inform Utahns about the original $800 million estimate for a new state prison, writes Don Porter.