Monthly Archives: April 2010

It’s time to stop protecting death row inmate

The protests began before the hearing took place. A Utah judge finally signed an execution warrant for Ronnie Lee Gardner and set June 18 as the day for him to be killed by a firing squad. Predictably, outside the hearing … Continue reading

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A proposal that could save us from government health care

I mowed my lawn for the first time this year. In the midst of walking mindless rectangles while mutilating helpless plants for purely aesthetic purposes, I had an epiphany that could resolve the health care crisis. Before I explain my … Continue reading

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Chicken liberators are a bit misguided

Undoubtedly unnoticed by most people last week was a story about some animal rights activists that liberated 72 chickens from a Utah County poultry farm. The group that claimed responsibility for taking the chickens stated they were taken to a … Continue reading

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Tattoos a bad idea for bad guys

I am not a criminal mastermind. While I have high regard and respect for law officers I find that my life is less stressful if I do not have to interact with them in a professional capacity. So I’ve noticed … Continue reading

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