Opinion

National Commentary

The world according to Trump

Trump's scripted, telepromptered speech was intended to finally clarify his foreign policy. It produced instead a jumble, writes Charles Krauthammer.


National Commentary

Oh, Ted Cruz. You had the Worst Week in Washington.

“Add it all up and here's what you get: a candidate desperately trying to make it happen,” writes Chris Cilllizza. “And it is not happening.”


National Commentary

Cranks get free speech protection, too

Jim Tracy doesn’t believe the Sandy Hook massacre was real. But that shouldn’t have cost him his job at Florida Atlantic University.


Our View

Vandals defaced the Frame Arch. Don't let them get away with it

The arches belong to all of us, for all time. No one has the right to mar their beauty.


National Commentary

The only man who can stop Trump is Trump

Trump consistently loses to Clinton in hypothetical matchups because of her 20- to 30-point margins among women. Trump seems determined to make that gap even wider.


Letters

Enforce the laws already on the books at Pineview Reservoir

In response to a proposed curfew on Pineview Reservoir beaches and waters, I say Phooey! Once again, local government wants to eliminate our freedoms because they have failed to enforce current laws. Just because a few people have caused issues is no reason to punish the many who obey the...


Letters

Andrew Jackson was a disgrace who had no place on the front of the $20 bill

It is about time they replaced Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. Finally, the outcry has been heard. The slave owner and murderer of Native Americans is a disgrace to our nation. Jackson created the “spoils system,” which corrupts our government by appointing friends to positions instead...


National Commentary

How to play the 'Woman Card'

Unlike Man Cards, Woman Cards do not increase in value as they age. In fact, they depreciate. Do not collect Woman Cards. Even in mint condition, they are worthless.


Our View

Don't feed Utah's opioid epidemic — get rid of your old, unneeded meds

Utah medicine cabinets are full of prescription painkillers, and they’re fueling a health crisis. Saturday, you can safely dispose of the meds you no longer need.


National Commentary

Why felons should be allowed to vote

We don't permanently strip criminals of freedom of speech or religion, the right not to be subjected to unreasonable searches or the right against self-incrimination. Why deprive them of the vote?


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