“Should Kim Jong Un go over the line in his insults and threats, our president might have a...
I have had a disability since I was 15 months old. I would like to challenge to President Trump and members of Congress to spend two days in a manual wheelchair or a walker, but you can’t use accessible parking spots, ramps made for wheelchairs or buttons to open automatics doors. Before the...
“Spreading is where prisoners get together and make a big meal. In prison, food is entertainment,” Brian Wood writes this week.
“Voters in Virginia (and New Jersey and elsewhere) said to Washington Democrats: Stop it with your stupid fights. We have work to do,” writes E.J. Dionne Jr.
This week’s topics: Online sex ed, grandfamilies and the opioid epidemic, “It’s OK to be white” posters and students building a better community at George Washington High School.
“A Clinton reckoning — whatever that means — will likely come in some form. But it may have to wait until the world shifts further toward the more equitable balance that Clinton himself, for all his grim faults, sought to bring forth,” writes Francis Wilkinson.
I wonder if people understand a simple formula: Cost (from the wholesaler) + transportation costs + markup (merchant profit) + taxes = consumer cost. I have to ask this question, because we in Weber and Davis counties are being taken to the cleaners on fuel prices. My wife and I went to Southern...
“If Christian discipleship is the key to a healthy society, states at the top of the religiosity scale should do far better than those at the bottom in fostering safety, strong families and wholesome behavior. But they don't — not by a long way,” writes Steve Chapman.
No matter what the North Ogden City Council decides about urban deer, it’s going to alienate someone. But by using data, it can make the best decision possible.
“The fox has firmly entrenched itself back in the henhouse, and one of the last watch dogs on the job just stepped down,” writes E. Kent Winward.
Davis School District should ignore petition and respect students' "Phoenix" choice. Because students are much more mature than a certain group of Farmington residents.