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Marijuana is a sedative; it does not make us violent

Editor, I like it when people who have never smoked marijuana try to write a letter to the editor against its use. Marijuana does not, nor ever will, cause a...


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Will Americans remove their blinders about Israel?

Editor, In what surely must have been the longest letter to the editor ever printed in this column, a reader recently sought to refute my allegations about...


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The 'Golden Arches' breakfast club

Editor, We’re going to be kicked out of North Ogden “Golden Arches.” Any day now I expect the manager to politely but firmly ask our group to...


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Letter fastened to window frame of USS Oriskany

Editor, For the first time since the deadly explosion and fire on USS Oriskany 49 years ago, I have not written an annual letter to my deceased roommate, LCDR...


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Let's build a memorial for veterans of all wars

Editor, In regard to the proposed construction of a replica of the Vietnam Wall in Layton: I understand the emotion and drive to construct this memorial. A...




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Send cartoonist Trudeau back home

Editor, Do you remember during the G.W. Bush presidency when Gary Trudeau, author of “Doonesbury,“ would publish the names of service members killed in...


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Medallion that notes service on headstone available

Editor, On Memorial Day, members of Baker Merrill American Legion Post 9 and family members placed flags on the graves of Veterans in the Ogden Cemetery. This has...


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Honest dialogue needed to protect, maintain public lands

Editor, “Forests brace for climate change,” in the Standard-Examiner, and the Associated Press article, “Catholics organize to promote pope's...


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Veteran appreciates restaurant for military appreciation day

Editor, I wanted to take the time to thank Chick-fil-A for its outstanding tribute to the military with their “military appreciation day“ on Wednesday,...


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Thought control run amok

Editor, Think like me, or else ... The Commander-in-Chief's graduation speech at the Coast Guard Academy this week added command guidance on how to think about...


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Thought control introduced slowly and gradually

I read with interest the letter from Jeremy Taylor of Ogden. Jeremy hit it right on the head. What seems like most folks don't realize is that not only...


SAGE test: Friend or foe?

Editor: Is the SAGE test a teacher's best friend or greatest foe? First, know that SAGE results will likely be factored into the performance evaluations of...