The New York Times says the Trump campaign used TV-viewership data to identify and run broadcast advertising in areas with a high number of viewers concerned about immigration and anti-Obamacare.
A Utah lawmaker is hoping to lead the Utah Legislature to lower the state’s legal limit for driving under the influence. Here’s what Standard-Examiner readers had to say about the proposal.
“The law and facts are what eliminate fear, and lead to prosperity. Post-truth can only lead to ‘1984’ dystopias.” writes E. Kent Winward.
Columnist Don Porter is heading to the Gettysburg National Military Park for a bike trip with an old friend, so his New Year’s resolution is to exercise more.
“Americans should support technological advances to the ‘safety’ mechanisms that guns have now used for more than 100 years,” writes David Ferro.
Taking a ride into the backcountry on an ATV carries a certain inherent responsibility. This goes beyond wearing protective gear and dressing for the weather. A rider needs to go prepared to help other riders on the trail.
Columnist Brian Woods tells the story of a good day in prison and his journey to appreciating the things he has.
“I hope you can take the warmth and goodwill from your home today and let it emanate outwards into the community,” writes E. Kent Winward. “We start with bringing peace to our corner of the world and let it expand from there.”