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Published April 17, 2007


Editor's Notes

We, as citizens, have a responsibility for our public lands. If we use these public lands, we must do so wisely.

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After reading Mr. Wright's response (The Great Democrat Conspiracy) which was printed in the Sun Advocate and the Emery County Progress April 3 to my letter (Global Warming) which was printed in the Emery County Progress March 22, I at first decided...

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What do the Chewbacca defense and a Straw Man argument have in common? They are both types of arguments that throw a bunch of useless, non-germane information at an audience to confuse and detract from valid facts. (The former was used by the attorne...

Letter to the Editor: Treatment of animals

In March, U.S. Rep. Chris Cannon (R-3rd) voted against a bill to crack down on the barbaric and inhumane practices of illegal dog fighting and cockfighting, while Reps. Rob Bishop (R-1st) and Jim Matheson (D-2nd) Bishop favored the legislation. The m...

Guest Editorial: Murray speaks to global warming

The New York Coal Trade Association, headquartered in New York City, recently held its 94th annual banquet and meeting at the New York Hilton. One of the guest speakers was Bob Murray, founder and CEO of Murray Energy Corporation and probably one of ...

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