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Published July 15, 2008

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When the inmates run the asylum


While a minority in our society should have rights, definite, specific and protected rights, when the majority is used as the whipping boy for these rights, there is something definitely wrong....

Letter to the Editor: Drill for American oil now


Drill for American oil now, as Chuck Norris (of 'Walker, Texas Ranger' fame) is demanding, and leave the oil companies alone, is the answer to our oil and gas crisis and we can do it only if we get the government off the backs of the big, and especia...

Letter to the Editor: Vacation by car better deal than flying


Rising ticket prices, fewer daily flights, fuller planes, limited baggage, fewer non-stops and longer layovers between connecting flights doesn't paint a pretty picture for this summer's vacationing families thinking about flying. ...

Letter to the Editor: All time high energy prices


With energy prices reaching all time highs there is a vigorous effort to find new power sources. We look to develop solar, wind, thermal, and biofuels to wean us from the energy we now use. Many dream of finding the perfect form of energy that woul...

Utahns must learn to camp responsibly


Utahns - it's time to camp responsibly

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