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Bigger Love

UT polyamorists: One's not enough

By Jim Catano
POSTED // Jun 1,2011 - The house looks typical enough—an attractive split-level in an established Salt Lake County neighborhood—but the family living here is far from conventional.

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Act Now!

Have I got a deal for you: Become a Rapture business partner!

By Jim Catano
POSTED // May 4,2011 - Hearken, all ye denizens of Earth—both saved and unsaved—the time is nigh. Nay, it is here. All true believers shall be Raptured into heaven ...

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Don't Pay

A citizens' debt strike could restore justice to the American financial system.

By Jim Catano
POSTED // Apr 6,2011 - Glenn Beck has never met a conspiracy theory he didn’t like, so imagine his delight on March 22 unveiling a new “terrorist plot” ...

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Blame Babies, Not Immigrants, for the World's Problems

Immigration reform is needed, but overpopulation is the real issue.

By Jim Catano
POSTED // Sep 29,2010 - Amazing. We’re heading into an election, and the Utah debate on immigration is not being dominated by extreme positions ...

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Utah's Topaz Relocation Center Serves as Reminder, Warning

Are fears about an Islamic cultural center near Ground Zero a sign of things to come?

By Jim Catano
POSTED // Sep 15,2010 - I just visited Utah’s permanent, 626-acre 9/11 memorial site. Chances are you didn’t know we had one.

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Steam Dream: Utah's Geothermal Energy Potential

Utah tempts entrepreneurs with its trifecta of renewable energy sources.

By Jim Catano
POSTED // Sep 1,2010 - It’s the kind of thing that’s “hiding in plain sight.” Most renewable-energy sources are so obvious and abundant, they're almost invisible.

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All Warm, Some Naked: Utah's Hot Springs

Into Hot Water: Utah's love/hate relationship with its natural hot springs.

By Jim Catano
POSTED // Aug 25,2010 - Above, you can almost see the stars rotate as the night passes. The winter air is freezing, but it doesn’t matter. Your body is suspended in 100-degree water...
 
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