Opinion

National Commentary

Learning from Britain's unnecessary crisis

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“Don't trash democracy or the voters,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr. “Where complicated choices are involved — and Brexit defines complexity — leaders in representative democracies need the guts to make hard calls and submit themselves to voters afterward.”


Guest Commentary

Our criminal justice system is built to determine the truth — and it works

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“Evidence and truth are obtained through our courts,” writes E. Kent Winward. “Our job as a just society is to honor their verdicts.”


Our View

Another look at our endorsements — Gochnour, Hiatt and Herbert

Candidates sound off on county form of government

The Standard-Examiner endorses Caitlin Gochnour, Steve Hiatt and Gov. Gary Herbert in the June 28 primary elections. But ultimately, you decide the winners.


National Commentary

Resisting mob justice

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Politics are one thing, writes Steve Chapman. Criminal prosecutions are another.


Letters

Weber County GOP leaders should resign over Harvey campaign funding

Legislators come out in support of Jim Harvey


National Commentary

Brexit: Same phenomenon, different country

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Are Donald Trump and Brexit related? Jennifer Rubin says they’re both the byproducts of an economic trauma we’ve yet to address.


Guest Commentary

A Lindquist Field tradition ends and a conversation begins

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The grounds crew at Lindquist Field called themselves the “Drag Queens.” After the Orlando massacre, at least one fan considered the act inappropriate.


National Commentary

Supreme Court decisions have consequences. This one had 4 million

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Republicans won’t address immigration reform or give Merrick Garland a hearing. The result is a deadlocked Supreme Court that sent 4 million immigrants back into the shadows.


National Commentary

Hillaryism: Government as gap-filler

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Defending the status quo is a thankless task. But that’s Hillary Clinton’s strategy, writes Charles Krauthammer.


Letters

Carlin's background, love of children qualify her for State Board of Education

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Elizabeth Carlin has a love of children and delights in seeing their progress. Although she has retired, she now substitute teaches because of this love of teaching and working with children. She has taken trips with People to People, which is an organization affiliated with the U.S. Department of...


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