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Hammer Time

A good protest song unites and inspires activists of all ages.

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Mar 16,2011 - Peter, Paul & Mary performed in Salt Lake City in late 1962 or early ’63, my senior year at Highland High School ...

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Mtn. Men

Though they didn't train here, Utahns still owe a debt to the 10th Mtn. Division.

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Mar 2,2011 - On April 16, 2002, then 3rd District Rep. Chris Cannon was quoted extensively in the Congressional Record as supporting the designation of a stretch of Route 224 ...

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Volun-tears

Utah leads the nation in volunteering, but women are carrying the load.

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Feb 23,2011 - I tend to be skeptical of Utah’s best-in-the-nation volunteering status. Were it not for the LDS Church, I don’t think Utah’s standing would be 17 points above the national average ...

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Techno Blues

It's the end of the technology road for this weary traveler.

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Feb 9,2011 - At Christmastime, as I fiddled with my son’s new iPad, I was suddenly overcome by melancholy ...

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Glock Talk

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Jan 19,2011 - Too much of what politicians say these days doesn’t pass the common-sense test. That they get away with it troubles me ...

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Twain Wreck

Altering Huckleberry Finn is an assault on art and words.

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Jan 12,2011 - “Nigger,” the most odious of all racist words in the language, was yet again the subject of controversy two weeks ago following the announcement that a sanitized version of Adventures of Huckleberry Finn will be published.

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What If?

It's vital to prepare kids for the future, whatever it may bring.

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Jan 5,2011 - Put yourself in the role of Fulfillment Consultant (FC). Your clients are Generation Y parents. They want their toddlers to grow up and lead happy, fulfilled lives.

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Man of Letters

Tweets, telephones can't replace a handwritten missive.

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Dec 29,2010 - I grew up in the pre-Internet age. I relied on first-class mail for business and pleasure. In my family, not too many generations removed from Denmark, a letter was better than cardamom bread slathered with butter.

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Open Book

Those who don't read are missing out.

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Dec 15,2010 - A few weeks ago, I bought a used book. I had read a favorable mention of it by a newspaper columnist, and when I searched for the title on Amazon.com, I found a copy for only $5 ...

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Mostly Quit

Sometimes, putting a hobby on the shelf makes it fun again.

By John Rasmuson
POSTED // Nov 10,2010 - I have been thinking about all of the things I have given up over the years. I was surprised to find the list was pretty long ...
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