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Ogden needs realistic ideas to advance

(The June 3 Stanard-Examiner) was an excellent study in two visions for improving the economy in Ogden, one that helps consultants and developers get richer, and one that helps actual people. Consultant Stuart Reid’s apparently unpublicized study, for which he was paid $187,500 of taxpayer...


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Gage Froerer is a Humble and Effective Servant Leader

I have had the opportunity to work closely with both James Ebert and Gage Froerer, and wish to share my experience with Gage Froerer’s remarkable leadership style. I first met Gage before I held any political office when I contacted him as a constituent. He personally responded, and genuinely...


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Don't torture to enforce laws

I am in favor of enforcing our immigration laws. I'm not in favor of torture as a method of law enforcement. Is separating children from parents a form of torture? It would be for me. And it would be for you too, wouldn't it? What are we becoming in this country? I agree with Rep John Curtis, R-...


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Froerer Right Choice for Weber County Commission

It was with great interest that I read the column written by Paul Mero in Saturday’s Standard-Examiner, “Ebert Right Choice for Weber County Commission.” Let me start off by saying, I don’t know Mr. Ebert and have no axe to grind with him. My concern is the tone of Mr....


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Romney comments include dire warning

I read carefully the article in Friday's Standard Examiner, Page A-9, entitled 'Romney Predicts 4 More Years for Trump', and double checked with other sources that Romney actually made the 2 comments I find so interesting; the sources validated the legitimacy of the reported comments. 1. He...


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Another view of Memorial day

For many of our Utah families the holiday weekend started on Thursday or Friday, when the graves were decorated, including for us, a son and nephew who served but came home. TCM had a steady stream of war stories – stories of bravery and sacrifice at home as well as abroad. These lasted...


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Death by gun problem is a human problem

Kay Combe joins John Reynolds and me (and many, many more folks) in agreeing that our death by gun problem is fundamentally a human problem; evil or imbalanced people who get their hands on guns. Reality is that we don't know how, nor do we have the will (Constitutional issues and huge amounts of...


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Time to clean house in Davis County

I know that we are getting a new sheriff in the county but the buck shouldn't stop there. We (citizens of Davis County) need to clean house and replace both county commissioners that are up for re-election. Because apparently the current commissioners were either in awe of the sheriff or they had...


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Nation's problems are us, not guns

In doing some research on guns, the 10MM Glock came on the market in 1982. Using a Glock in 2007, 25 years after first manufacturing, the Virginia Tech shooting occurred. The Bushmaster XM15 E2S was designed in 1980. Using a Bushmaster, in 2002, 22 years after coming on the market, two men went on...


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Kennedy will support President Trump

We need a more conservative U.S. Senate that will support President Trump. I do not believe Mitt Romney is the right person. Mike Kennedy is only 49. His background is a Family Doctor & Attorney and proven conservative State legislator for six years. He is perfect for all conservative values. I...


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