Guest Commentary

D'Souza's 'America' is two films; one more partisan than the

Dinesh D’Souza is a talented political documentary filmmaker, arguably a Michael Moore for the right-wing. His latest film, “America: Imagine the World


Siler upset by Lohat in MMA bout

Saturday in San Jose, Calif., Ogden MMA professional Steven Siler lost his third UFC fight in a row, suffering an upset to featherweight Noad Lahat. Lahat, (8-1)


170 years ago, preacher convinced many Christ was about to

I’m reading an uncorrected proof copy of “America 1844: Religious Fervor, Westward Expansion, and the Presidential Election that Transformed the


Ogden UFC pro Steve Siler fights Saturday on TV

Ogden professional mixed martial artist Steven Siler fights Saturday in San Jose, Calif., in a UFC-promoted card that will be nationally televised on Fox Sports.


MMA winners include Lattimer and Frazier

In a brutal 25-minute championship bout with ebbs and flows, veteran Kerry Lattimer (16-10) rallied to win a five-round decision over prospect Randy Yellowhair (5


Another MMA card at Legacy Events Center

Although mixed martial arts promoter SteelFist has sparred with Farmington city over having alcoholic beverages at sports cards at the Legacy Events Center, another


Orson F. Whitney biography captures the contradictions of faith

Orson F. Whitney, an apostle for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for almost a quarter century in the early part of the 20th century, is perhaps best


'The Thieves of Summer' a last novel from Linda Sillitoe

This month Signature Books is releasing a novel, “The Thieves of Summer,” drafted by Linda Sillitoe just before her death in 2010. Sillitoe is best


Pratt's book was must-Mormon reading long ago

I have always wanted to read early Mormon apostle Parley P. Pratt’s “Key to the Science of Theology,” a book that was heavily read by church

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