|Published October 17, 2006|
Letter to the Editor: Factory Butte - endangered cactus endangered access
The recent emergency closure of the Factory Butte area illustrates everything that is wrong with the Endangered Species Act and the federal land management agencies. Armed with little more than a burning agenda to pour another 200,000 acres into the ...
Letter to the Editor: Off roaders fund trails for all
Most people give little thought to the time and money it takes to maintain forest trails. It can be time consuming and money is hard to come by with shrinking forest service budgets. Fortunately off-roaders contributed almost $8 million in 2005 for f...
Letter to the Editor: War on drugs
The "war on drugs" has been a sad excuse for a drug policy in this country. Decades of a zealous prohibition and intensive, often unconstitutional, law enforcement efforts to rid the country of illegal drugs have failed us....
Letter to the Editor: Global warming - fact or fiction?
In some court cases, particularly high profile ones, both the prosecutor and the defense attorney hire so-called experts to help win their cases. Today, we have experts claiming that our earth is in peril because of "global warming." There also are m...
Letter to the Editor: Conditions in Iraq
In early August, General John Abizaid, the commander of the U.S. Central Command and the most knowledgeable senior military official about Iraq, expressed his fears to a Senate committee that conditions in Iraq are the very next thing to a "civil war...
Letter to the Editor: Stop cronyism
When voting, don't let conservative vs. liberal, nor democrat vs. republican, nor gay vs. straight, nor racism, nor religion, nor any other ideology, stop us from overcoming cronyism now....
Letter to the Editor: Roads are the natural treasures
I read recently that the Salt Lake Tribune doesn't like the legislation offered by a New Mexico Congressman on R.S. 2477 roads.
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