In looking back through some older issues of the Standard-Examiner, I came across the March 10 article “Legislature offers $1 million to keep show.” This is in response to the Outdoor Retailer show planning to leave Utah after state leaders called for the new Bears Ears National...
President Trump has elected not to release his income tax information, something he is not required to do. This causes Democrats to care, a lot — you might even say obsessively. His response is that “people don’t care,” and he is right. Many of us are tired of the game of...
With Chaffetz, we can probably blame his early exit on nothing more complicated than the man’s boundless ambition. Speculation getting the most traction is that he’s going to start early on his campaign for governor — or a regular gig at FOX News.
Utah is already paying for its new law establishing a .05 blood alcohol threshold — and the law doesn’t even take effect for 20 months.
“If the immigration hard-liners magically got their way and the nation's illegal immigrants suddenly disappeared, the United States would lose out on an estimated $11.74 billion in annual state and local tax revenue,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
“Our present and future depend on science and scientists and, fortunately, both scientists and scientists-to-be want to help,” writes David Ferro.
The YCC Family Crisis Center honored three investigators Saturday for their help in the fight against sexual violence. In Ogden, we need their help more than ever.
“Rather than a master strategist, he's a human grab bag of tactics wandering erratically everywhere in search of someone or something to conquer,” writes Kathleen Parker.
“Nothing weakens the rule of law more effectively than gradual erosion. That's why it's important not to treat the Mar-a-Lago post as minimal or insignificant,” writes Noah Feldman.