The Great Salt Lake is a foul body of water because that which flows into it never leaves. It just stays and stays and stagnates.
Sort of reminds you of Congress.
Late last month the Utah County Clerk admitted his office had made a big mistake. The office had sent GOP primary ballots to 60,000 voters in Utah County who weren’t supposed to receive them. An election was being held but these voters were not allowed to participate.Read more
Protecting the role of religious belief in public life as well as the constitutional right to free exercise of religious expression for all.Read more
Advocating the importance of human stewardship over Utah’s environment that conserves natural resources, promotes renewable energy, and leads to clean air and water to sustain and improve human life.Read more
Preserving the free market system as the engine for future economic growth. However, such economic growth must “raise all boats” and therefore public policy must promote economic opportunity for all, regardless of social and economic class.Read more
Judge David Nuffer ordered the Utah Election Office to place Jim Bennett’s name on the ballot as a candidate for the United Utah Party in the Third Congressional District special election this fall.Read more
If you follow the news and connect the dots it’s easy to see that many current events spring from the fact that the party of Trump isn’t listening.
The ruling finally came. We are grateful to receive it. Judge Nuffer told the state to place Jim’s name on the ballot. We are elated at the news.
Check out this Op-ed piece by United Utah Party Chairman Richard Davis in the Salt Lake Tribune!Read more
“Voters should choose their representatives, not the other way around.” That’s how Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said it as she wrote for the majority in a 2015 Supreme Court decision.