Monthly Archives: November 2010

Ploy to kill health-care law has roots in history

Rep. Rob Bishop is at the fore of an effort in the House to chip away at the health-care reform law via an amendment to the U.S. Constitution. It’s a state’s rights move that seems unlikely to get far, but … Read More

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Mini-blizzard and the media-technology hype

It was a potentially deadly blizzard roaring toward Utah on Tuesday. Everyone had plenty of warning, and many made preparations and got home early. Did our saturation of information help save the day? Or was the Blizzard of Death an … Read More

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Pressure to lower concealed-weapon age on campuses

A Texas court fight is highlighting the issue of whether people ages 18-20 should be able to carry concealed weapons in public. Specifically, the practical question is: Should college students under 21 be able to pack guns on campus? Campus … Read More

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Hatch’s budget bluster lacks detail

Sen. Orrin Hatch has a prescription for our government’s ills. It is, sadly, a vague agenda of toothless resolutions and go-nowhere message bills. His opinion piece in the Standard-Examiner today is loaded, of course, with the expected attacks on liberals … Read More

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Holograms are becoming tangible

Holograms, staple of Star Trek, Star Wars and innumerable other science fiction universes, are creeping closer to reality.

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