“Sure, to some, it might seem like the census data is divisive. But the only thing that makes lifeless data a political weapon is people who use it to make others feel scared and threatened,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
This week: A new system to file police reports online, two caring high school communities, automatic voter registration, and the Davis County Jail.
“It used to be that enhanced security on the border — and yes, a physical structure that in places is effectively a wall — had bipartisan support,” writes Rich Lowry.
A year or two ago, a lady wrote you a letter expressing her concern about the federal debt. I was also thinking about that and wondering why no one was doing anything about it. The United States is said to be the richest nation in the world, and we can't clear up a debt that has to be affecting the...
Trump’s vulgar reference to Haiti, El Salvador and African countries shows the president’s true colors.
Utah built a system that protects sheriffs from accountability for the safety of their prisoners. That cannot continue.
"We need to ask ourselves what is truly important,” writes E. Kent Winward, “the outdated "early-to-bed" axiom or our children’s well-being, and ultimately, their futures?”
“For her eloquent, lonely statement in a sea of moral cowardice, we can say, well done, Congresswoman Love,” writed Jennifer Rubin.
“The administration wants to stimulate offshore drilling while making it more dangerous,” writes Steve Chapman.
“Trump's main management goal seems to be to keep his employees off balance — unsure of his regard — in order to motivate conspicuous acts of loyalty,” writes Michael Gerson.