Can't we all just get along? In harmony?
What's the worst that could happen if Utah legalized marijuana?
I have lived through 12 U.S. presidents and 17 presidential elections before this one.
Most of them are bigoted diatribes.
"Holy mother of God," tweeted Rosanne Cash, "Bob Dylan won the Nobel Prize."
My hope is that I'm wrong and these men continue in the spirit of American freedom.
I was afraid of this. The first sniff of white supremacy in or around the White House came with the appointment of Stephen Bannon as special adviser to President-elect Donald Trump. (Still can't get used to saying that ... President Trump).
The booklets were titled To Serve Man, as a show of friendship and commitment.
The only trace of Star Trek I noticed was a bumper sticker that read, "Beam me up, Scotty. There is no intelligent life on this planet."
He just might write a song about it. In fact, he did.
It turns out "Jokerman" wasn't your standard purple smoke-and-mirrors music video. It was actually educational.
The treat goes to whichever candidate tricks us into electing them president of the United States.
Our government system of checks and balances has worn down like an old brake drum-lining and we are rolling forward, downhill, out of control without any brakes.
For the city and county mayors, the problem is the ugly visual reminder on our streets that many citizens cannot afford a place to live.
Lee saw beyond the litter of beer cans and construction debris. He saw an uncommon, natural landscape, surrounded by houses, worth reclaiming from decades of neglect.
National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the history and traditions of America's second-fastest-growing ethnic group (after Asians). To learn more about this holiday and the nearly 400,000 Latinos in Utah, there is no better source than well-known Utah educator and activist Archie Archuleta.
Andy Warhol asserted that everyone will be famous for 15 minutes. Singing, stinging, soaring, exploring—you get the idea—15 minutes in the limelight before the final curtain.
Your many friends and neighbors, your teachers, doctors, lawyers and food servers, you never know. Any one of us, certainly, could become your worst nightmare.
Examining "population control strategy."
They are smart and hard to catch, but the ones she does catch are fitted with high-tech collars that enable her to track them.
On another game of chance we play in Utah: death by earthquake.
While playing Russian roulette has never been my kind of fun, the political analogy got me to thinking of another lethal game of chance we play here in Utah, death by earthquake.