“As long as we continue act like we're in a melodrama, we will never see the true sides of all the characters, their motivations, machinations and the parts they really play,” writes E. Kent Winward.
The Ogden City Council passed a measure this week affirming Ogden’s commitment to the civil liberties of immigrants. “I hope the federal government steps in,” one reader said.
The allegations have become so caught up in the bitter, partisan battles raging in Washington that Americans have no way of knowing where the truth lies.
“Redouble oversight of this errant president. Follow the facts, especially the Comey memos. And let the chips fall where they may,” writes Charles Krauthammer.
The article "Can you trust a Realtor in stilettos?" on the front page of Home & Family in the May 12, 2017, edition of your newspaper is extremely offensive, misleading and not news. The title itself is very sexist, and leads one to believe the article would be sexist. Once reading, it's seem...
“We can argue about the best ways to train higher-skilled workers or to cushion the blow to workers of economic change, but technophobia is a formula for stagnation,” writes Rich Lowry.
“Whoever wants to win their votes in 2020 will be rewarded if they start making investments in Latino voter education and outreach right now,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
My hat's off to North Ogden Mayor Brent Taylor. He is trying to make the Utah Transit Authority a better organization and more responsible to the taxpaying public (”North Ogden mayor calls for UTA board leadership to step down,” May 3 Standard-Examiner). But apparently the only...