Say His Name

Yes, Polls Work

Poll Puzzle; Serving the Wrong Purpose

A recent poll shows that Mia Love is going to win in her efforts to go to Congress. Let's hope that prediction is as accurate as Dewey wins in a run for President.

Myths From the Inside

At age 42, for the first time in my life, I am in prison, and I've discovered 10 common prison myths:

Code Words

Members of churches can learn many skills in leadership. The problem I have with some local candidates is that they use "dog whistles" in their campaign literature to connect with an LDS audience.

Vote Everyone Out; Time Warp

I think it was very cute that Ray Hult, in his column "Mind the Gap" [Sept. 25, City Weekly], suggested we could solve all our problems by voting for Democrats in November.

Out of Sight, Out of Mind

Out of Sight, Out of Mind I watch from the small window of my cell as the city creeps closer to the perimeter of this prison, day by day and year by year, a car lot here and an apartment complex there, inching closer and closer.

Popular Thinking; We Need to Fight; Dangerous Lane

I am a longtime philosophy teacher and am constantly encountering problems with my students when it comes to the relationship between opinion, evidence and expertise.


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