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Children Should Not Be Weaponized

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // May 9,2013 - Women are enabled by our court system to do whatever they have to do during divorce proceedings. False charges are commonplace and investigated repeatedly without a shred of evidence.

Letters

You've Been Sprayed

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // May 9,2013 - Nobody in Utah—or anywhere in the world, for that matter—has an inkling as to the shape the planet is truly in.

Letters

Quotas Can Be Hell

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // May 9,2013 - Many religions and the countless denominations within those religions seem like real-estate companies competing to sell afterlife real estate.

Letters

Dads Get Short End of the Stick

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // May 1,2013 - Divorced dads usually get the burnt end of the stick in the shish kebab of divorce court. But there are other losers in custody issues—the kids ...

Letters

Meet With Constituents or Go Home

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // May 1,2013 - Recently, our national Congress was on recess, even though there were a plethora of national issues that needed to be addressed.

Letters

Dads Aren’t Visitors

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // May 1,2013 - Isn’t it telling that in an article about father’s rights [“Disposable Dad,” April 25, City Weekly], we still refer to it as “visitation.”

Letters

Duck Out in a Natural Space

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // May 1,2013 - Recently, I had a profound experience with a mallard. I was walking to school when it stopped doing its duck thing and looked me straight in the face.

Letters

Splashing With Sorensen

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // May 1,2013 - I am prompted to write to D.P. Sorensen after reading the April 18 letter in City Weekly titled “Stale Satire” by Drew Nelson.

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Perfectly Pointless

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Apr 24,2013 - What was the point of the Johnny Bangerter piece [“Johnny’s Rotten,” April 11, City Weekly]? I would call it a cover story, but use of the word “story” implies purpose and reason.

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We're Never Safe From Tyranny

By City Weekly Readers
POSTED // Apr 24,2013 - There are many common American “myths” that are as true as the Easter Bunny. The NRA’s myth that the Second Amendment keeps us safe from tyranny is one of the most egregious and damaging.
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