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Letter to the Editor: Questioning loss of loved ones in war not unique to our time


Citizens who question the loss of loved ones in war are not unique to our time. During General Grant's offensive in 1864 the Union Armies suffered horrible losses. Lincoln's own wife called Grant a butcher. Because of the war Lincoln was cruelly cari...

Letter to the Editor: Veterans need to pull together collectively


Public records show that there are 12,779 military retirees in Utah, of which 5,594 of them are over the age of 65. These are folks who were promised free medical and dental health care for themselves and their dependents for life if they would spend...

Letter to the Editor: the State Simplification Tax Project is a crime against logic


I understand that in the name of simplification, a group of cash-strapped states is proposing the Streamlined Sales Tax Project (SSTP). The goal of the SSTP is supposed to be simplification but it does not succeed in simplifying state and local tax l...

Letter to the Editor: Illegal immigrants cost Americans


The minimum wage in Mexico is $3.85 daily; maquiladora factory workers earn $6 daily. American dollars from "menial labor" exchange into college trained professional salaries in pesos. The $20 billion sent home to Mexico this year is Mexico's largest...




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