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Letter: School voucher bill completely misses the mark

In response to HB 215 (School choice bill, Utah Fits All Scholarship), the Legislature and Gov. Cox have missed the point. This issue is not about school choice; the matter is about sponsoring two opposing bills together which damages faith between educators and the governor. While building ...

Letter: Looking for logic in the chaos of Washington

What can be said about the terrible division in the Republican House today? Okay, I’ll say it. This in-fighting is part of the plan. Upsetting the rules and causing confusion is not a problem. It is a political tactic. This also explains why January 6th was not such a big deal for ...

Letter: Egg prices are not high enough for the cost

Egg prices have tripled in some states in the past year, largely because of the slaughter of nearly 58 million birds sickened by bird flu. Yet, no price can possibly justify the cruelty inherent in egg production. When chicks are hatched, all "useless" males are ground up alive or suffocated ...

Letter: Concerns about the Open App Markets Act

The Open App Markets Act (S. 2710), originally introduced as part of Democrats’ antitrust initiative, is another bill in an emerging pattern of legislation that purports to address a problem based on unsupported claims of consumer harm and anti-competitive behavior. Unfortunately, the ...

Letter: Disagreement with Froma Harrop column

The 800,000 deaths from Covid-19 over a two year period averages to 400,000 per year. In pondering these numbers, this statistic amounts to one-tenth of one percent of deaths for a nation of 325 million people.  Personally, I am saddened over these and have them in my prayers. I would ask ...

Letter: Putting LGBTQ issues, fight into perspective

Left and right nowadays, we’re seeing representation of the LGBTQ+ community unlike ever before. For those in this community, this is exciting and hopeful, and indicates a brighter future, especially through the threat of legal action imposed that attacks their rights. For some, however, this ...