Salt Lake City Weekly | Issue Archives | May 22, 2014
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  • May 22-28, 2014
  • Vol. 31, No. 2

News

  • Land Justice
  • Land Justice

    Will Cliven Bundy get the DeChristopher treatment for his activism?
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  • Staff Box
  • Pay Per Read

    Are there any local reporters or columnists you would pay to read? Who and how much?
  • Letters
  • Truth and Conspiracy

    I wonder if Scott Renshaw is a lap dog of some wealthy person in power, or if he is just so sheltered from the obvious that he cannot see how Orewellian this world is becoming [“Under Control,” May 1, City Weekly].
  • Letters
  • No, It’s Their Land

    In regard to Stuart McDonald’s letter [“This Land Is Our Land,” May 1, City Weekly], the majority of Shoshone, Paiute and Goshute are on Cliven Bundy’s side because of what the BLM did to the elderly Dann sisters: Kill their cattle, sell them at auction, show up five times with helicopters and assault rifles.

Eat & Drink

  • BBQ & Wine
  • Wine
  • BBQ & Wine

    Try a Mapema, Medalla and more with your Memorial Day Barbecue
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