Editorial

Leadership changes needed to prevent next Freedom Festival failure

Freedom Festival LGBT-2

This past week has been a roller coaster for the Freedom Festival and the LGBT community of Utah...

Editorial

Enforcement, not separation, is the issue

Rich Lowry

President Donald Trump climbed down on separating families at the border, but the underlying argument is not going away. The central question isn't whether we should separate families -- even most immigration hawks would prefer to hold families together -- but whether migrants should stay in the...


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Trump and the Invasion of the West

Patrick Buchanan

"It is cruel. It is immoral. And it breaks my heart," says former first lady Laura Bush of the Trump administration policy of "zero tolerance," under which the children of illegal migrants are being detained apart from their parents. "Disgraceful," adds Dr. Franklin Graham. "We need to be ... a...


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Why the only answer is to break up the biggest Wall Street banks

Robert Reich

Federal bank regulators are proposing to allow Wall Street more freedom to make riskier bets with federally insured bank deposits -- such as the money in your checking and savings accounts. Watch your wallets. The new proposal waters down the so-called "Volcker Rule" (named after former Federal...


Editorial

Take critical look at charitable foundation abuse

Clinton Foundation

New York’s attorney general has filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump and his charitable foundation, accusing them of using money illegally to help his businesses and political campaign. Whether the action has any merit remains to be seen. But while we are thinking of abuses...


Editorial

Progressives Save the GOP

Erick Erickson

I have been pretty critical of the Republican Party even though I was, for a time, an elected Republican. I criticized George W. Bush vocally for being what some branded a "big government conservative." Under Bush, the size and scope of the federal government grew at a reckless rate, not for war,...


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Hope and skepticism after U.S.-North Korea summit

North Korea Cyber

The effort showed initiative, but its promise is of a familiar sort. There is something to be said for occasionally abandoning protocol, turning a deaf ear to naysayers and plowing ahead with a goal in mind. That was the path for President Donald Trump, who (last week) concluded a summit with North...


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Weak Environmental Policies Cost Jobs in Utah

Froma Harrop

"The public will no doubt be surprised at the economic importance of this industry as (we measure) the impact of activities like boating, fishing, RVing, hunting, camping, hiking and more." The speaker is U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. The industry goes under the broad name of outdoor...


Editorial

Taking Care of Kids Who Witness Death

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Normally, small research studies don't interest me much because they usually don't include a large cross section of participants. I mean, how can you reach a generalized conclusion if you have only questioned or studied 20 or 30 people, right? But a newly reported effort from the Boston Reentry...


Editorial

Leadership changes needed to prevent next Freedom Festival failure

Freedom Festival LGBT-2

This past week has been a roller coaster for the Freedom Festival and the LGBT community of Utah County. And we don’t mean the fun kind of roller coaster you excitedly wait in hour-long lines for. We mean the one that, at the end of it all, makes you feel a little sick to the stomach from the...


Editorial

Justice Department rebuked in AT&T case

AT T Time Warner Antitrust

President Trump's chilling campaign to politicize the Justice Department ran into a stinging rebuke on Tuesday as a federal judge broadly rejected the government's attempt to block AT&T's $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner. Appearing to pander to the president's hostility to much of the...


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