A Quest to End Chronic Homelessness
Every year on a specific night in January the State of Utah conducts a census of homeless persons called The Point in Time Count. This past January 30th throughout the State, homeless service providers teamed up with volunteers to count the people sleeping in homeless shelters, on the streets, in cars or camped out.
Dad - Mom Needs Your Help
Things come at a sixteen year old girl fast—friends, school, homework, dates, sports, family, church, work. Thus, many high school juniors don’t think much about their future education. However, it’s not too early to think about admission tests, scholarships, and college savings
Good Jobs for Utah
Those of us with a bit of gray hair remember when it was hard to find a job in Utah. Many Utahns had to leave the state. Today, good jobs are much more available in our state.
"It's not enough that we do our best; sometimes we have to do what's required." Sir Winston Churchill
"CNBC is reporting that America lost 129,000 millionaires last year. Or as Mitt Romney calls them, 'an endangered species we have to protect.'" –Jay Leno [Political Humor]
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How Bad is Benghazi?
Rep. Jason Chaffetz has suggested the way the Obama Administration handled the attacks on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi may eventually rise to an impeachable offense. Our insiders and readers weigh in on the seriousness of the situation.
Matheson vs. Love Round Two
After a narrow loss in 2012, Saratoga Springs Mayor Mia Love is planning to challenge Congressman Jim Matheson again in 2014. We asked our readers and political insiders to rate her chances of pulling off the win the second time around.
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Ten Things You Need to Know for Tuesday
Backers of an alternative route to the ballot weigh their options. Utah Senator wants to lure gun manufacturers to Utah. Salt Lake County considers creating an official registry for unmarried couples.
Chaffetz and the Impeachment Option
In an interview with National Review, Rep. Jason Chaffetz says impeachment proceedings against Pres. Obama will remain a possibility so long as the administration continues to hide the truth about the Benghazi terror attack.
Hatch, Baucus Seek Answers from IRS
In a letter to the outgoing chief of the Internal Revenue Service, Sens. Orrin Hatch and Max Baucus demand answers to 41 questions surrounding the tax agency's targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status.
Only Republicans Believe IRS and Benghazi are 'Scandals'
Why is Obama’s approval rating holding steady at just over 53% despite what many believe was a very bad week for his administration with the IRS and Benghazi scandals? Mainly because polling data suggest it’s only Republicans who think those issues are a scandal.
Podcast: Chris Hoffman, Creator of Salt City Strangers
Chris Hoffman is the creator of Salt City Strangers, the first comic about an all-LDS superhero team. He speaks with Managing Editor Bryan Schott about how he came up with the idea, and how he wants to use the characters to explore different facets of Utah's culture.
Video: Bernick and Schott on Politics - April 26, 2013
Satiate your thirst for political wonkitude! Although there's not much happening right now in Utah politics, Bob Bernick and Bryan Schott manage to find something to talk about - including the race for Utah GOP Chair, the Salt Lake County Democrats and why Mark Zuckerberg is targeting Orrin Hatch on immigration.
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