“Our present and future depend on science and scientists and, fortunately, both scientists...
The state’s new .05 blood alcohol law is back in the news, courtesy of an ad urging Idahoans to cancel their vacations in Utah. That wouldn’t bother some readers one bit.
“Our present and future depend on science and scientists and, fortunately, both scientists and scientists-to-be want to help,” writes David Ferro.
I’m told there are plenty of women who are specifically attracted to ex-cons. However, I think that would probably be a big red flag for me.
Doc Rivers may not publicly plan around the Jazz’s Rudy Gobert for Game 5, but you can bet every Clippers player will. They have to.
“The newsworthy issue here is the lawyer who is supposed to represent the government of the United States said he was ‘amazed’ a judge did his job,” writes E. Kent Winward
Here’s how readers reacted when U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz announced he wouldn’t seek a sixth term — then said he might step down early.
Higher education is a valuable U.S. export, and the Trump administration’s travel ban is hurting it, writes Jeff Steagall.
It’s really quite inspirational to see all the competent and dedicated inmates donating their time and expertise to help their fellow prisoners by creating and facilitating these courses, inmate Brian Wood writes.
“Our First Amendment rights protecting us against censorship mean nothing if we do not read,” writes E. Kent Winward.