|Published October 14, 2008|
Letter to the Editor: About Sarah Palin
Sarah Palin is a brilliant strategist who has far reaching vision. And if you believe that, there's a bridge in Brooklyn you may be interested in.
Letter to the Editor: Time for a county commission change
After witnessing our county commission in action at their last meeting, I realize that now is the time to make a change in our form of county government. I propose that Emery County change to a five member commission to eliminate what has gone on...
Letter to the Editor: Make a difference to a child
I am a student at Utah State University's Salt Lake Center. As I'm older, I am what some call a nontraditional student. An assignment in one of my classes led me to the Utah PTA web page. Browsing their site brought back memories of days spent in...
Letter to the Editor: Feelings on the presidential debate
When watching the Presidential debate last Friday the roles the participants played became obvious to me. Senator Obama was the student returning home from his first year of college and explaining to his father, whom he is now smarter than, why h...
Letter to the Editor: Straight talk for John McCain
Though I was a Republican for 40 years, I actually stopped voting for Republican presidential candidates 20 plus years ago, opting for third party candidates. This year, after supporting Ron Paul in the primaries, I changed my registration to "in...
Letter to the Editor: On the justice system
I have long held a belief that when an issue goes to trial the truth is beside the point. I believe it's more about who has the best story, who can sell their story the best, and who has the longest reach with those who are in authority (or contr...
Letter to the Editor: Is it justice?
On Oct. 6, Drew Sitterud was released from a six-day sentence in the Emery County Jail. I've thought a lot about this situation over the last few days. I've wondered what purpose was accomplished? Was the jail time a show to satisfy some angry c...
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