Tag Archives: Utah

Do Government Experiments in Civility Work?

Recently the Mayor of Salt Lake City and Utah’s Lt. Gov., Greg Bell, launched an initiative to improve civility or rather public discourse in the state. As I read through the website and the associated media write-ups on the civility … Continue reading

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Karl Rove in SLC

I had a chance today to attend a workshop with Karl Rove, who was in town promoting his new book: Courage & Consequence. It was an interesting hour. I was a little disappointed that much of the time was spent … Continue reading

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“Provide for the Common Defense” – Handcuffs on Police

By John F. Pilmer US Constitution: “provide for the common defense” – one of the pillars of government’s purpose. While Washington is chasing control of one fifth of the US economy (healthcare), they have totally lost focus of a primary … Continue reading

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