“The Turkish goons who punched and kicked people should be identified and charged with crimes...
I felt both saddened and amused when I read that in a decade representing Utah in Congress, U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz considers his greatest accomplishments his pursuit of Hillary Clinton's e-mails and his Benghazi fixation — two of the biggest and most ridiculous snipe hunts in American...
As a nation, we once again find ourselves bitterly at odds. Perhaps, if we reflect on Lincoln’s words, we can begin to overcome our differences.
At Weber High School, the principal decided one revealing dress was acceptable at prom but another wasn’t. Readers didn’t show a lot of sympathy for either student.
House Republicans sought to camouflage the basic trade in which they are engaged — reducing access to health care in exchange for tax cuts for the wealthy.
“Saudi Arabia and the other Gulf states publicly declaring war on their bastard terrorist child is significant,” writes Charles Krauthammer.
“In the end,” writes E. Kent Winward, “terrorism forces us to answer a question: How do we best live a life of love and compassion in a world of suffering?”
“The petroleum reserve is a costly and unnecessary solution to a problem we will probably never have. The energy crisis is gone, and it's not coming back,” writes Steve Chapman.
I read the ugly remarks by Doug Rice about Weber County Sheriff Terry Thompson’s views on marijuana, and I was appalled (“Weber Co. Sheriff Terry Thompson has it all wrong on medical cannabis,” May 18 Standard-Examiner). Cannabis is a drug, Mr. Rice. As a medical expert, you know...
“Trump has flailed his way into the appointment of a special counsel and a press corps whipped up into a near-Watergate-level frenzy,” writes Rich Lowry.