Utah football legend continues to inspire

Columns, Football, Opinion, Sports

On Nov. 18, 1985, Washington quarterback Joe Theismann suffered a gruesome injury to his leg when he was tackled by three-time defensive player of the year Lawrence Taylor. Theismann broke […]

VP debate illuminates our administration’s failures

Columns, Elections, Military/Veterans, News, Opinion, Politics, Utah

In a rare occurrence for American politics, all eyes were on the vice presidential debate on Oct. 7. Sen. Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence took the stage at […]

Odell’s taking care of unfinished business

Columns, Football, Opinion, Sports

In November of 2014, one of the most electrifying plays in NFL history, and certainly in my lifetime, occurred on Sunday Night Football. It was the third quarter of the […]

Amy Coney Barrett will slam the doors RBG opened

Business/Careers, Columns, Elections, News, Opinion, Politics

It’s 1948. Amy Coney Barrett is 18-years-old and venturing into post-high school education. For women, options are limited. She wants to be a lawyer, something her conservative father scoffs at. […]

Vote smart

Columns, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, Opinion

When we were children, bullies threatened us to give them our lunch or money. As adults, bullying is much less straightforward. One form of bullying now is political cyberbullying, where […]

The enemy we know

Columns, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, Opinion

Our world has an enemy; one so powerful that even the largest military force cannot stop it. It doesn’t care about location, gender, status or race. It is responsible for […]