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Governments Have Total Control

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Apr 16,2014 - I want to comment on two letters: Engred Shlee’s concerns about modifying the climate and Jeffe Olafsson’s Obama World War III diatribe [“Everyone’s Out for Themselves,” March 20; “Obama’s Wars,” March 27, City Weekly].

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Costly “Care”

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Apr 16,2014 - I was reading “Young Immortal Care” about getting young people to sign up for Obamacare in your Best of Utah issue [March 27, City Weekly]. I can understand why anyone, young or old, would be reluctant to sign up for Obamacare.

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Cheap Shot

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Apr 16,2014 - It was with a great deal of dismay that I read Hits & Misses [April 10, City Weekly]. As a disc golfer, I am well acquainted with the standard stereotypes of my sport; however, to see how recklessly and easily you dismissed the disc-golf community without so much as an ounce of research is of great concern.

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Karma for Cops

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Apr 9,2014 - I believe in karma; what goes around comes around. Doesn’t he realize just how many people he has practically put in the same position that he is in?

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Time for a New Revelation

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Apr 9,2014 - With Ordain Women again attempting to attend the priesthood session of LDS Conference, it seems a weak argument when The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints says, “Women in the church, by a very large majority, do not share … advocacy for priesthood ordination for women and consider that position to be extreme”

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Know Thy God

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Apr 9,2014 - With the release of the movie Noah, fundamentalists are forced to ponder whether their god is loving, as depicted in the New Testament, or a god who takes psychotic pleasure in genocides.

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The Broken Caucus

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Apr 2,2014 - I attended my first Republican caucus recently. As a proponent of the Count My Vote campaign, I decided I needed to see what really happens at a caucus meeting. I was wrong. I could have gone a lifetime without needing to see what happens there.

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Waste Not

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Mar 12,2014 - Food waste in Salt Lake City and all cities within the United States makes up 21 percent of waste entering landfills [“Wasteland,” Nov. 28, 2013, City Weekly]. Social media is a prominent factor in our everyday lives, so why not use this ability to connect with each other to redistribute food waste?

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Spend on Teachers, Not Tech

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Mar 12,2014 - I could not disagree more with Speaker of the House Becky Lockhart’s proposal to provide a personal electronic device to every Utah student [“Tech Heaven,” Feb. 27, City Weekly].

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Life After Death

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Mar 5,2014 - In The Air We Breathe, broadcast on KUED in February, the effects of smog in the valleys of northern Utah were made clear. The smog is sickening and, in some cases (which is fated to increase in number as the population increases), killing us.
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