George Will: The steep cost of cheap speech
After a season of dangerous talk about responding to idiotic talk by abridging First Amendment protections, Americans should consider how, if at all, to respond to "cheap speech."
In our opinion: Higher completion rates should accompany higher education funding
While investing in campus infrastructure and new facilities is important, we would like to see a concerted effort to put more money toward programs to help the students who use those buildings get their degrees.
Letter: There is no excuse for the elites to attack Trump on the DACA issue
There is no excuse for the elites to attack Trump on the DACA issue.
Letter: It's time for retirement, Senator Hatch
I do feel it is time for a change for Senator Hatch. There is a new elephant in the room and his name starts with an R.
Letter: Equifax made inexcusable errors
It’s not that Equifax had the breach that bothers many Americans, it's the fact that it kept it covered up, in some cases as early as April of 2017.
Letter: Abortion vs. gun rights
Might we consider having a law "requiring a universal background check for all" potential mothers and the doctors who will assist them in the deliberate abortion killing of helpless living babies?
Op-ed: A letter to the Utah delegation from the Peace and Justice Studies Committee at Utah Valley University
The actions you take now will tell us volumes about who are we are as Utahns and what you stand for. Make it so that all children and young people can work, go to school and dream the dreams that are only possible when a future is secure.
Op-ed: Medicare proposal puts Utah patients at risk
Proposed changes to the way federal centers pay home health providers threaten to disrupt access to care for tens of thousands of home health beneficiaries in Utah. Fortunately, there is still time to make a change.
Letter: Bigotry is not religion
Bigotry is not religion.
Letter: Stop child pornography
Child pornography is so evil to the innocent children who are too young to defend themselves.