A year ago, when Republican Sean Reyes was running to for reelection as Utah’s Attorney General, he was asked a question about who his most important legal client would really be.
Would it be the governor, the legislature, or the people?
Now we have Reyes’ real answer: None of the above.Read more
Endorsing the right of Utahns to possess firearms, as well as regulations that limit firearm possession in the hands of those who would use them irresponsibly.Read more
In today's Deseret News, Lisa Riley Roche wonders whether Jim Bennett will be the first ever 3rd party candidate to make the cut for a Utah Debate Commission debate.Read more
The dangerously dysfunctional presidency of Donald Trump has endowed the nation with a Divider in Chief.Read more
Many of the Trump supporters in Utah liked the way he was willing to pick a fight. The trouble with fight-picking, though, is that our government is set up to require cooperation and compromise. The founders deliberately built a governing machinery that grinds when it gets too hot. It has to cool down to get moving again. At the moment, there are at least two hopeful signs that lubrication may be coming.
United Utah Party candidate notes differences with Curtis and “Party of Trump”Read more
Read Richard Davis' Deseret News Op Ed!
Supporting increased funding for and reform of public education as a vehicle for creating good citizens, preparing Utahns for the future, and improving the economic prospects of all Utah citizens. Favoring significant education funding increases along with accountability from Utah’s education system for its role in educating Utah’s future generations.Read more
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.