Opinion

National Commentary

There are no winners in Dreamers debate

AP Poll Immigration

“The consequence of this high-visibility fight over DACA recipients will be that — whether our youngest, most idealistic and most Americanized immigrants are cast off or allowed to remain in some sort of imperfect status — we'll all lose,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.


Our View

If lawmakers can reach an agreement on Obamacare, they can renew CHIP

APTOPIX Congress Health Care

Unless Congress does something soon, 9 million of America’s most economically vulnerable children will wake up Jan. 1 without health care.


Guest Commentary

Utah's blind allegiance to the Republican Party

Trump Strange Politics

“Seriously, a majority of Utahns will vote for anyone as long as they are a Republican,” writes Don Porter.


Letters

What does Mark Saal know about experiencing racism?

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It is 2017. That is my response to Mark Saal’s Oct. 10 column, "Dove body was ad racist? Only if you don't watch the whole three seconds." It is 2017, and I have to ask why you chose to have a white male author an opinion piece about whether or not minorities had the right to be offended by...


Standard Deviations

Davis sheriff's request for $15 million the very definition of chutzpah

Davis Sheriff troubles

After all the recent problems in the Davis County Sheriff’s Office — which the sheriff insists aren’t problems at all — are we sure we want to throw more money at it? 


National Commentary

The religious right has become a tribe of sycophants

Trump Family Research Council

“When anyone or anything takes priority over the faith, there is a good, strong religious word for it: idolatry,” writes Michael Gerson.


Our View

A plan to get traffic moving again in I-15 express lanes

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So many drivers use I-15’s express lanes that they’re slowing traffic. The answer? Higher tolls for single-occupant cars and trucks.


Guest Commentary

WSU's Walker Institute encourages and celebrates civility

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“It doesn't take much to create an atmosphere of civility. It just takes kindness,” writes Robert Hunter.


Letters

Republican lawmakers are behind Utah land grab, not LDS Church

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In response to the Sept. 21 “news analysis” by Christine Colbert, “Mormon history explains why we want less federal land,” I don’t know where she got her information, but I really resent her implication that the “Mormon Church” has a stand on...


Behind Bars

Behind Bars: Prison should further inmates' education, not handball skills

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While many inmates become skilled at playing handball, chess, or pinochle, Brian Wood believes their time could be better spent by furthering their education. 


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