“The job of the state and the law is to protect civil liberties and eliminate discrimination,...
“The job of the state and the law is to protect civil liberties and eliminate discrimination, not promote one belief over another,” writes E. Kent Winward.
The Weber School District suspended Candace Thurgood for giving her students a 1981 “Dear Abby” survey on sexuality and drug use. After about a week, she’s back at Roy High School. Was her suspension warranted?
The protagonist in Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray displays an exterior of youth and beauty. Dorian is fixated on the image he displays to the world. Meanwhile, a portrait hidden in Dorian’s attic provides a continuing visual record of his true character, which is a life of...
“The Trump administration’s defense of its announcement that DACA is being discontinued doesn’t comport with history, the rules, or even its own earlier attempts to use executive power to thwart and control immigration,” writes E. Kent Winward.
“The few yet tragic cases of death in our jail are at a remarkably low level considering the high risk encountered with those we house,” writes Sheriff Terry Thompson.
“Over the last nine days I have tried to unravel what this is about. Why would people come to spread hate at a place the community gathers to learn? I believe it must be fear,” writes Adrienne Andrews.
“I look forward to a world in which technology serves us, not the other way around.” writes Don Porter.
“Contrary to the editorial by the Standard Examiner’s Editorial Board, the Ogden Police Department and Ogden city administration, including Mayor Caldwell, did not obstruct the opening of a much-needed needle-exchange program, we facilitated it,” writes Chief Randy Watt.
"Given the extreme politically charged nature of it, this case could be around a while,” writes E. Kent Winward.