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Letter: Social Security funds and the future

Recently our U. S. Congressman Blake Moore addressed the fact that the funds in our Social Security could run out by the next 10 years. Well, that fact might be very true, but if the Republican political party that he belongs to and its leadership would replace the $2.7 trillion dollars former ...

Letter: Honoring our democracy this Memorial Day

This Memorial Day honored those who died defending our nation. WWII Veterans and their families are nearly gone. Those lost in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan have joined our honorees. And, if we do not take care, we will soon be memorializing our Constitutional Republic, as Trump and his MAGA ...

Letter: Remembering the sacrifice of a fallen soldier

Today I thought of my fellow soldiers who made the ultimate sacrifice in “my” war, the Viet Nam War. But one stands out: Captain Bill Taylor. As a brand new second lieutenant, I was his artillery forward observer in B Company, 2nd Battalion, 5th Infantry, 1st Cavalry Division. After a ...

Letter: MAGA candidates only care about serving Donald Trump, not America

I am dismayed watching all the Republican senatorial candidates' ads on TV as each tries to out-MAGA the others. Since they all seem to just want to represent MAGA values, I suggest they drop their campaigns and send their resumes directly to the Trump organization and join the payroll with the ...

Letter: Learn from failed networks like iProvo and UTOPIA, say no to broadband

As a resident of Utah, I am deeply concerned about the recent push for governments to control our internet infrastructure. This move not only goes against the principles of free-market economics but also poses significant economic risks to taxpayers. What happened to iProvo should serve as a ...

Letter: Careful study of Trump, Biden will point the way

Two recent intelligently written letters in your May 16 paper, “How billionaires negatively affect our lives” and “When did we get Mayor ‘Mike Nadolski’?” are examples of people who come to inaccurate conclusions based upon insufficient information. In this coming presidential ...