Opinion

Children are going hungry this summer in Weber County. You can help them eat

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The working poor don’t get a break from hunger just because it’s summer. Neither do...

Letters

America's growing racial divide flies in the face of reason

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The remake of a 1977 epic TV miniseries “Roots” required re-examination of data relative to the history of slavery in America. The 2016 version of “Roots” traces the journey of slaves as they became “freemen” then citizens of the USA. Important events along the...


Letters

Trump's "rookie mistake" isn't acceptable

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According to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Donald Trump's remarks on NATO can be attributed to a “rookie mistake.” Such mistakes are OK when you are an Ogden Raptor in the rookie league. However, for the person who has control of the nuclear button and is the commander in...


National Commentary

How Hillary Clinton can take advantage of the Cleveland calamity

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“Clinton cannot rely on voters' disgust with Donald Trump to elect her president,” writes Jennifer Rubin. “In 2012, Mitt Romney learned it is not enough to slam the other guy.”


National Commentary

Sizing up Trump and Clinton on foreign policy

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Hillary Clinton believes in diplomacy backed by military strength. What Donald Trump believes about foreign policy is anybody’s guess.


National Commentary

In Trump and the GOP convention, echoes of Hitler's rhetoric

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“The grandest of marketeers, Trump has cast a spell over a swath of America, inspiring them not with soaring rhetoric but with dark harbingers of worse to come,” writes Kathleen Parker. “In the familiar way of despots, tyrants and kings, he has made the many feel better by...


Letters

In the Netherlands, dogs were welcome in restaurants

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While spending 21 years in the military all over the United States and Europe, I saw many unusual things. In the Netherlands, everyone washed their windows (inside and out) and their sidewalks unless it snowed or rained. They also aired out their beds and bedding on a daily basis. One day I did a...


Letters

Diner delighted by Burger King's arrival in Farr West

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I am thrilled beyond words that Burger King has finally arrived at 2700 North in Farr West. I have been writing to the corporate office for years trying to get them to realize we needed a Burger King out here. They finally listened to me. I guess the squeaky wheel does get oiled. Many times, I have...


National Commentary

With Tim Kaine, there is more than meets the eye

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People thought Tim Kaine was boring. They were wrong — he’s the perfect choice for Hillary Clinton’s running mate, writes Jonathan Capehart.


Our View

Who deserves praise and criticism this week?

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The crews who battled Northern Utah wildfires all weekend are heroes, pure and simple. But gangsters put innocent lives at risk Tuesday in Ogden,


National Commentary

Clinton's Philadelphia vs. Trump's Cleveland

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Donald Trump tried to convince voters America is on the verge of collapse. Hillary Clinton will offer a more hopeful vision built on Obama’s legacy, writes E.J. Dionne Jr.


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