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Grandma Feels Used Jul. 30, 2019

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: I'm a grandmother to five children. My son Brian and his wife, Amanda, have a 3-year-old... Read More

Prediction: Romney Will Challenge Trump Jan. 03, 2019

Dick Morris

The newly elected senator from Utah, Mitt Romney, wasted no time. Even before he was officially swor... Read More

Films and Fun at Utah's Sundance Mountain Resort Nov. 18, 2018

Travel and Adventure

By David Latt The ground was wet from snowmelt. Under a bright blue sky I walked to Stewart Falls ab... Read More

The Growing Consensus for Legalizing Marijuana Nov. 08, 2018

Steve Chapman

The United States remains starkly divided between red and blue, with Republicans and Democrats each ... Read More

Women's Ski Clinic at Deer Valley Works Magic Oct. 28, 2018

Travel and Adventure

By Athena Lucero Commit to your turns. Pedal. Smooth and round. Remember, we're the boss of our skis... Read More

An Innocent Dress or Cultural Appropriation? May. 04, 2018

Adriana Cohen

The politically correct cuckoos have flown the coup once again. This week, it was throngs of left-wi... Read More

What German Parents Have That American Parents Crave Feb. 22, 2018

Lenore Skenazy

"Achtung Baby: An American Mom on the German Art of Raising Self-Reliant Children," by Sara Zaske, r... Read More

Time to Stop Criminalizing Parents Whose Kids Play Outside Jan. 18, 2018

Lenore Skenazy

The Utah Legislature is reviewing a bill that would decriminalize the actions of responsible parents... Read More

An Unfond Farewell to Un-statesman Orrin Hatch Jan. 03, 2018

Michelle Malkin

The longest-serving Republican senator in U.S. history announced this week that he will finally, fin... Read More

No, Roy Moore, God Won't Solve Our Problems Nov. 19, 2017

Steve Chapman

Roy Moore's die-hard supporters have shown a vast capacity to accept his denials as a procession of ... Read More

Unsung Capitol Reef National Park Is One of Utah's Most Beautiful Nov. 19, 2016

Travel and Adventure

By Steve Bergsman Travelers to southern Utah's five national parks generally do their visitations in... Read More

The Last Lap Oct. 29, 2016

Mark Shields

We now know that the October surprise of the 2016 presidential campaign has turned out to be first l... Read More

He's Mean, but Is He at Least Bright? Mar. 29, 2016

Dennis Prager

I have said from the outset that I would vote for Donald Trump if he were chosen as the Republican n... Read More

Federal Lands Don't Belong to the States Jun. 11, 2015

Froma Harrop

The federal government owns large chunks of the West. It owns 65 percent of Utah, 69 percent of Alas... Read More

Beauty, Fun and History, Thy Name Is Utah Jan. 03, 2015

Travel and Adventure

By Fyllis Hockman Driving along a winding, narrow cliff, a 1,300-foot drop on the driver's side, I c... Read More

Under a Utah Lake, Hispanic Heritage Lives Dec. 09, 2014

Miguel Perez

Back in 1776, while 13 British colonies were becoming an independent nation on the eastern side of N... Read More

200 Million-Year-Old Arches Are Not Two-Bit Jun. 05, 2014

Treasure Hunt

A few months ago, a disturbing video circulated. It showed an individual — a Boy Scout leader ... Read More

Wee Pals

Mar. 29, 2014

My Trip to the Pot Shop Mar. 26, 2014

Michelle Malkin

PUEBLO WEST, Colo. — It's 9 a.m. on a weekday, and I'm at the Marisol Therapeutics pot shop. T... Read More

A Ruling for Polygamy -- and Freedom Jan. 05, 2014

Steve Chapman

In modern America, sex is increasingly where it should be: outside the reach of government. Anti-sod... Read More