“Not only did these two repeatedly lie, but Cotton also impugned the integrity of Sen. Richard J. Durbin, D-Ill., who told the truth,” writes Jennifer Rubin.
“We have no idea how this struggle will unfold. But we know how it must end: with a president who raises our sights instead of lowering our standards,” writes Michael Gerson.
The Ogden Winter Market is good for our health, good for the economy and good for our sense of community.
“The U.S. needs immigration reform, so the current discussion on how to keep foreigners out is the wrong discussion,” writes Jeff Steagall.
Earlier this month, a letter to the editor suggested that voters show their displeasure with the Democratic and Republican parties by changing their political affiliation to "non-affiliated" (“Register as an unaffiliated voter this year,” Jan. 2, Calene Van Noy). Of course, when voting...
It was kind of fun to be mentioned by another reader, Bob Burns, in his Jan. 4 letter to the editor encouraging folks to get involved with one of the two main parties. We agree on getting involved, but I maintain that the Republican and Democratic parties are fueling the toxic tribalism that is...
“My friend and I made some other stops, one of which I’ll talk about later, which would have been the highlight of a wonderful day, had it not been for the best possible ending,” Brian Wood writes this week.
“Sure, to some, it might seem like the census data is divisive. But the only thing that makes lifeless data a political weapon is people who use it to make others feel scared and threatened,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
This week: A new system to file police reports online, two caring high school communities, automatic voter registration, and the Davis County Jail.