“Now, the radicalization of the right threatens the consensual welfare state capitalism that gave the West decades of relative social peace and prosperity,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr. “France is the latest example, and a dramatic one.”
Northern Utah bid a heartfelt farewell to fallen UHP trooper Eric Ellsworth. But meanwhile, somebody did a lot of damage by scattering nails on Harrisville street.
I have to respond to Charlene Hecker’s Nov. 26 letter, “Woman no longer wants to be part of a church whose members supported Trump,” not because of her stance on Donald Trump or her issues with the LDS Church. She is fully entitled to her opinion on both. My issue is with her...
“To become a united country, our goal should be inclusion, to the point where the flag symbolizes protection and prosperity for everyone,” writes E. Kent Winward. “Burning the flag shouldn't turn us into a tribal, mindless tweet mob.”
Blame county commissioners for the 21 percent tax increase. Blame voters. But don’t blame county employees.
“Sooner or later, discrimination against gays will no longer be treated as an acceptable, legal practice,” writes Steve Chapman. “Then Americans will wonder why on earth it took so long.”
We have class wars, race wars and a new one, incorporated vs. unincorporated wars. Government uses these divisions so that they can retain their power and control over the people. The Box Elder County Commissioners feel that the people who live in unincorporated areas are not paying their fair...
During the campaign, Donald Trump promised to keep Carrier in Indiana. But that was news to Trump, writes Katie Zezima.