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Our View: We need to respect police

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We need to respect the police. It’s that simple. There are occasional bad exceptions, of course, and we read about them in the media, but the overwhelming majority of law enforcement officers

Letters

God is either unjust or unreal

Editor, President Obama has rightly decried the brutal death of American journalist James Foley, beheaded by the Islamic State of Syria. “No just God would


National Commentary

Evil strikes back

Just as World War I didn't prove to be "the war to end all wars," the 20th century didn't turn out to be when the nearly unimaginable brutality and indescribable


National Commentary

The right presidential reaction

As the tumultuous situation in Ferguson, Mo., entered its second week, President Obama stood before the nation and offered a mild, balanced plea. There is


National Commentary

We’re spending way too much on raising our kids

The Department of Agriculture has released its annual report on the cost of raising children, and the upshot is what you probably already know: It’s expensive.


Guest Commentary

A fee on carbon: good for the economy and the climate

Imagine receiving $45 per month directly deposited into your checking account just because you are an American. This deposit would increase to $396/month in


Our View

Our View: Utah, get Medicaid expansion!

Utah is losing out on the benefits of Medicaid expansion. Our state leaders are denying tens of thousands of our residents the opportunity to have affordable health


Letters

Please keep your private business to yourself

Editor, Why do some discuss their private bedroom lives to people who would like to keep that a private matter? It’s invading  people’s comfort


Letters

Why government openness matters

Editor, One of the fundamental lessons of the 9/11 tragedy was that our government carried a share of blame for the failure to stop the attacks. Not because it was


Letters

Don't wait too long to start West Davis Corridor

Editor, Regarding the Aug. 12 news story, “West Davis Corridor decision delayed 6 months,” hello, "Utah to smarts,“ you already have a corridor


Guest Commentary

I got 'doored' while biking home

I got “doored” while biking home from the Weber County Fair, Saturday night, about 11:30 p.m., at the intersection of Second Street and Pingree Avenue.


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Our View: We need to respect police

We need to respect the police. It’s that simple. There are occasional bad exceptions, of course, and we read about them in the media, but the overwhelming...


Evil strikes back

Just as World War I didn't prove to be "the war to end all wars," the 20th century didn't turn out to be when the nearly unimaginable brutality and indescribable...