“The U.S. needs immigration reform, so the current discussion on how to keep foreigners out is the wrong discussion,” writes Jeff Steagall.
"We need to ask ourselves what is truly important,” writes E. Kent Winward, “the outdated "early-to-bed" axiom or our children’s well-being, and ultimately, their futures?”
“It’ll be fun to see Romney on the campaign trail again. He shape-shifts more shamelessly than any politician in memory,” writes Don Porter.
“The habits and behaviors that take up our hours and days and months form us. We are products of our practices,” writes D. Louise Brown.
Should federal law enforcement officials be able to interfere with marijuana sales in states where the drug is legal?
The Cache County School District made national headlines last week after officials fired an art teacher who passed out images of classical paintings that contained nudity and were seen by sixth-graders. Here’s what you had to say when we shared the story on Facebook.
“Think about the people you know, including friends and family, who have those medical conditions that could possibly be relieved or tempered by medical marijuana. Take note of their situations, sign the petition and, when it lands on the ballot, vote yes in November,” writes Don Porter.