This morning I attended the Bills & Bagels event at the Nebo School District office. The following legislators were in attendance: Norm Thurston Francis Gibson Marc Roberts Dedrie Henderson The meeting felt almost routine in that it was more of a legislative update than anything that was too interactive. They discussed some of their bills, […]
Here is the response. I am not surprised by the lack of procedure for such a decision, and I am unhappy about the outcome. Hi Paul, Thanks for your question. There is not a “set” criterion for an event such as this. A School Board is clearly within their authority to make decisions which they […]
Chris Buttars is at it again, comparing homosexuals to radical muslims. Why do the people of West Valley and South Jordan elect this type of person. Could it be that they support such crazy ideas too? Last year Chris Buttars refered to a bill in the legislature as a black baby, an “ugly black baby.” […]
What is going on, this is awesome. Even though folks in Utah will not support Obama in the election, it is awesome to see that more presidential political donations, in terms of dollars, are going towards Obama. Utah is making me proud in its own way. The Salt Lake Tribune has an interesting application that […]
While I have not seen any scientific studies I am going to assume that Barack Obama is not very popular in my hometown of Spanish Fork. As such, I must post the question, am I turning people away from myself by posting my support of the Senator from Illinois in front of my house? What […]
Well I made it. First stop is union station. The Union Pacific Railroad has some cool trains here. MSNBC has setup shop here as well.
Mandy and I play a game specific to our new home town. The game goes like this: Spot someone in touch with their redneck sense. Ever since we moved to Spanish Fork we have noticed an unusually high number of redneck / country folk. Today’s sighting includes a well molded mullet procuring beer at Albertsons.
I have hear this story a couple times over the past week. Utah has the worst voter participation in the country. For this we should be ashamed. Even though we vote like communists in this state, where most of us just assume that the Republican is the way to vote, at least we could turn […]
Cry your tears Utahns. Flip-flopper Romney is finally out of the race. I am not surprised. I am surprised to see how quickly the local Republicans are trying to spin support towards McCain. It is almost as if the local Utah Republicans like Garry Herbert are afraid that Utahns may actually vote Democratic this year. […]
Romney started off the interview very well. The beginning of the Russert grilling was focused exclusively on Religion. Romney did a very good job of setting a context of religious people and their interaction with Government. Romney addressed the “Freedom requires Religion” argument well by suggesting that freedom require moral individuals. It was a bit […]