Updated on Dec 11, 2013 12:49PM
Raise it, we say:
— U.S. economy needs a higher minimum wage — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
“... Financial inequality is only getting worse, which means that more and more money is pooling in places where it is useless to the broader economy, behaving as so much mosquito-breeding brackish water. ...”
[I must say, that’s a sentence I’m rather proud of.]
— The minimum wage boost — Baltimore Sun Editorial
“... We reject the notion that the minimum wage is destructive to economic prosperi...
Updated on Dec 9, 2013 04:21PM
— Everybody into the (insurance) pool — George Pyle | the Salt Lake Tribune
“... Choosing to go without insurance, or insisting on the right to keep the kind of junk policies that President Obama was so harshly criticized for cancelling, is highly irresponsible, both as an individual and as a citizen. ...”
— Utah should expand Medicaid for a lot of reasons — David Entwistle | For The Salt Lake Tribune
“... Whether it’s economics or simply considering the well being of so many people in our communities, embracing Medicaid expansion is an option that will ...
Updated on Dec 5, 2013 01:47PM
The American Legislative Exchange Council, a secretive right-wing group that encourages state legislatures to deregulate some things — like polluters and guns — and crack down on others — like poor folks and ethnic groups who vote — met in Salt Lake City in the summer of 2012. Stirred up some fuss.
— ALEC works in secrecy, Utah activists in public — Peg McEntee | The Salt Lake Tribune 7/27/12
More fuss has turned up more recently:
Updated on Dec 2, 2013 05:32PM
Pundits around the world the last few days have been writing about the pope, and his controversial statements suggesting that people are more important than dogma — religious or economic.
It is possible that the ending to my contribution:
— Religion provides a good excuse for being good. Or bad — George Pyle | The Salt Lake Tribune
“... In Utah, more than 100 religious leaders of almost all stripes have joined in making a statement similar to the pope’s. A full-page ad in the Nov. 20 Tribune and Deseret News called upon Gov. Gary Herbert to go ahead with...
Updated on Nov 26, 2013 12:45PM
Three commentary pieces that are about Utah. Even though they never use the word:
— Obamacare works — in California — Paul Krugman | The New York Times
“ ... Now, California isn’t the only place where Obamacare is looking pretty good. A number of states that are running their own online health exchanges instead of relying on HealthCare.gov are doing well. Kentucky’s Kynect is a huge success; so is Access Health CT in Connecticut. New York is doing OK. And we shouldn’t forget that Massachusetts has had an Obamacare-like program since 2006, put into effect by a guy named Mitt Romney. ...”
Updated on Nov 24, 2013 12:58PM
After months of slow but steady build-up, Thursday, the dam broke:
— Swallow resigns, proclaiming innocence: ‘Time for the madness to stop.’ — Robert Gehrke | The Salt Lake Tribune
“... Attorney General John Swallow was defiant as he stood before reporters, taking swipes at what he called politically motivated attacks that had exacted an unsustainable personal and financial toll on himself and his family. ..”
— Swallow’s overdue exit leaves need for exemplary replacement — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
“... whomever the ...
Updated on Nov 21, 2013 11:47AM
After some 10 months of drip, drip, drip, the sad affair of John Swallow’s time in the Utah Attorney General’s office may be coming to an end.
— Swallow resignation expected as soon as today — Robert Gehrke | The Salt Lake Tribune
“Utah Attorney General John Swallow is expected to tender his resignation by week’s end in the face of mounting investigations and a report expected from the lieutenant governor’s office that could result in his ouster.
“Multiple high-level sources familiar with the discussions and sp...
Updated on Nov 20, 2013 12:42PM
The editorialists at Bloomberg View have take note of those Pacific Rim trade talks going on in Salt Lake City. Like the protesters in the street, they disapprove of the secrecy surrounding the process.
— Conduct trade talks in the open — Bloomberg View
“Negotiators meeting this week to put the final touches on what would be the biggest free-trade deal in U.S. history must be wondering if their American hosts are helping or hurting the cause.
“The talks concern the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a trade agreement linking several economies — those of the Unit...
Updated on Nov 19, 2013 01:36PM
Old Abe was known for his sense of humor. So he would probably like the above bit.
The 150th Anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, which summed it all up in about half as many words as your average Salt Lake Tribune editorial. Show-off.
— The Gettysburg Address, what America is all about, in 272 words — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
“It may have been the most inaccurate statement ever uttered by any president of the United States. But it wasn’t a lie. It was just hum...
Updated on Nov 18, 2013 12:34PM
So a bunch of folks, including Bill Clinton, tell Barack Obama to keep his If-you-like-you-health-plan-you-can-keep-it promise. And he does, sorta.
So a bunch more folks don’t like that:
— Sub-par health policies didn’t deserve rescue — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
“This is one time when Bill Clinton should have kept his mouth shut.
“Despite the eloquent explainer-in-chief’s assistance in getting Barack Obama re-elected president last year, the 42nd president (who hopes to be the husband of the 45th president) really pu...
Updated on Nov 15, 2013 09:48AM
— Could Utah be in mix for new Boeing plant? — Tom Wharton | The Salt Lake Tribune
Talks » The company is looking around after the union in Washington state rejected contract offer over benefit cuts.
— Under My Thumb — Tim Egan | The New York Times
“SEATTLE — This is how the middle class dies, not with a bang, but a forced squeeze. After a global corporation posts record profits, it asks the state that has long nurtured its...
Updated on Nov 14, 2013 12:29PM
“We pass over the silly remarks of the President. For the credit of the nation we are willing that the veil of oblivion shall be dropped over them and that they shall be no more repeated or thought of.”
— Harrisburg Patriot & Union, Nov. 24, 1863
About a month ago, you will surely recall, we on the Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board were moved to look up our endorsement editorial from the 2010 U.S. Senate race in Utah. We did that because we were intrigued by the news that our editorial brethren at The Houston Chronicle — in the midst of all the govern...
Updated on Nov 13, 2013 04:41PM
For those of you who would never admit you aren’t hip enough to get every Pat Bagley cartoon - but weren’t sure about today’s - some background:
— Jenny McCarthy’s dangerous views — Michael Specter | The New Yorker
“ ... McCarthy, who is savvy, telegenic, and pulchritudinous, is also the person most visibly associated with the deadly and authoritatively discredited anti-vaccine movement in the United States. ...”
— I’ve Got Whooping Cough. Thanks a Lot, Jenny McCarthy. — Julie Ioffe | The New Republic
Updated on Nov 13, 2013 12:24PM
Unknowingly chasing a Tommie Burr story from The Salt Lake Tribune, Boston Globe columnist Scot Lehigh has a piece about how former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney — you remember him — is going on about how his fellow Republicans should pick their candidates with primary elections, not caucuses or conventions.
— Mitt says, Primaries, not caucuses — Scot Lehigh | The Boston Globe
“... one need only look west (or midwest), to Iowa’s famous-by-virtue-of-being-first caucuses. The process there often elevates candidates who have little chance of winning the GOP nomination and even less of ever becoming president. .....
Updated on Nov 11, 2013 05:18PM
New news. Not so new news. And old movies. Make more sense when you consider them all together.
My Sunday Tribune column was about how the latest CBS debacle, the withdrawn story about the attack at Benghazi, sounded like the CBS/Dan Rather withdrawn story about George W. Bush’s Air National Guard service, or the lack thereof. Which sounded like the classic movie, “Witness for the Prosecution.”
— ‘Witness for the Prosecution’ trickery can work in politics — George Pyle | The Salt Lake Tribune
“... I always thought that the real source of Rather’s discre...
Updated on Nov 11, 2013 01:13PM
— The enigma of Janet Yellen — George F. Will | The Washington Post
“... There is no reason to doubt Yellen’s intellectual integrity; there is reason to wonder where she thinks the autonomous Fed now fits in the government. The Fed seems to be evolving into a central economic planner with a roving commission to right social wrongs such as unemployment. About this Yellen talks with a humane passion that speaks well of her but is more suited to a political official. ...”
— George Will Very Confused by Monetary Policy — Jonathan Chait |New York Magazine
Updated on Nov 11, 2013 12:32PM
The question not enough people are asking: The private health care plans that are supposedly being cancelled in the wake of Obamacare - should anybody really miss them?
We said this:
— Most cancelled health plans are no great loss — Salt Lake Tribune
“... Obama, on the stump and in office, should not have told us, over and over, with so much emphasis and assurance, that Americans who had a privately purchased health insurance policy they liked would be able to keep it, even after he was able to keep his larger campaign promise of overhauling the way Amer...
Updated on Nov 7, 2013 01:12PM
New on the online Salt Lake Tribune Opinion page this morning:
— Dana Milbank on how both sides use anecdotes rather than facts in fight over Obamacare. (Sounds like Dana has fallen into a session of the Utah Legislature.)
— Nick Kristof on how slavery is not something just found in period piece movies.
— Marc Champion on how class warfare is back in Great Britain. (More material for the next generation of Downton Abby?)
Updated on Nov 6, 2013 05:11PM
Reflecting on Tuesday’s election results, starting with education.
— Bond failure shows Jordan needs better plan to address growth — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
“... district officials should not, and cannot, give up on meeting the very real need for more classroom space. But the ongoing effort clearly can’t again take the form of a $495 million bond request.”
— Amendment 66: a $1 billion bust — Denver Post Editorial
“The drubbing of Amendment 66 Tuesday may have been a defeat for education reform and funding equity, b...
Updated on Nov 6, 2013 11:52AM
New today on The Salt Lake Tribune’s online opinion page - How a thriving economy can kill people, why Obamacare isn’t working, dissing Uncle Joe and the feeling of being watched:
— China gets too big to breathe — Thomas L. Friedman | The New York Times
“... Indeed, what good is it having all those sparkling new buildings if you’re trapped inside them? What good is it if China’s rapid growth has enabled 4 million people in Beijing to own cars, but the traffic never moves? What good is it if China’s per capita incomes have risen to a level affording tens of millions of once-poor peasants di...
Updated on Nov 5, 2013 02:15PM
Last night/this morning, The Salt Lake Tribune editorialized thus:
— Legislative panel should keep after Swallow’s computer records — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
“Legislative investigators looking into the sleazy dealings of Attorney General John Swallow — trying to determine if those dealings are sleazy enough to deserve impeachment — must spare no expense in extracting whatever information can be found in the computers belonging to the attorney general and his office.
“Apparently channeling Rose Mary Woods, the loyal secretary who tried to take the rap...
Updated on Nov 4, 2013 12:51PM
A lot of Obamacare chatter among the pundits over the weekend.
I said it’s a mess because of what Obama couldn’t do.
— In Obamacare battle, it’s dogma vs data — George Pyle | The Salt Lake Tribune
“... What doesn’t get a lot of attention — certainly from the side of the argument that is absolutely petrified at the thought of the working poor having the same access to health care that every civilized nation on the planet has long taken for granted — is why the horrid complexity of the health insurance exchanges exists.
Updated on Nov 4, 2013 04:22PM
[Above: Video proof that the stuff below is true. At about 5:40 in.]
It’s not always good for a journalist’s reputation for a public official to say that a question he asked was the “best question ever.” Such praise can just mean that the question allowed said public official to brag, stick to talking points or avoid controversy.
In this case, however, I am eager to claim credit for being the Tribune Editorial Board member who asked Interior Secretary Sally Jewell about poop found on the trail at Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park. It certai...
Updated on Nov 1, 2013 09:40AM
— America declares war on the poor — Paul Krugman | The New York Times
... Republican hostility toward the poor and unfortunate has now reached such a fever pitch that the party doesn’t really stand for anything else — and only willfully blind observers can fail to see that reality. ...
— Backers dodge responsibility for Obamacare — Rich Lowry | The National Review
... It’s a little late to get Republican buy-in, though. That would have required serious compromise back in 2009, when Democrats, at the high tide of their power in the Obama era, saw no reas...
Updated on Oct 31, 2013 04:48PM
Two national columnists — different papers, different points on the political spectrum — mention Utah in today’s columns.
— No happy second terms for presidents — Gail Collins | The New York Times
... There are worse things than being a second-term president. You could, for instance, be a person who lost to one. Look at poor John Kerry, wandering around the globe having meetings with heads of state we wiretapped. Mitt Romney doesn’t seem to have anything to do but construct new vacation homes. The Salt Lake Tribune recently reported that Romney is building one in Utah that has a bookcase t...
Updated on Oct 31, 2013 01:11PM
New on the Salt Lake Tribune Opinon page - Online Version:
— Sebelius fools House GOP by being honest — Dana Milbank | The Washington Post
Like the Scarecrow, whoever came up with House Republicans’ plan to deal with Kathleen Sebelius on Wednesday didn’t have a brain. It was their big chance to flambé the secretary of health and human services, the person who has overseen the disastrous launch of Obamacare. Instead, they wound up casting her as Judy Garland’s Dorothy. ...
— Friedman too optimistic about Chinese schools — Adam Minter | Bloomberg News...
Updated on Oct 30, 2013 10:11PM
The Tribune carried this op-ed piece from New York Times columnist Frank Bruni, all about how Colorado has this really cool education reform plan on its ballot.
— In Colorado, a bold plan for better schools — Frank Bruni | The New York Times“... The state is on the precipice of something big. On Election Day next Tuesday, Coloradans will decide whether to ratify an ambitious statewide education overhaul that the Legislature already passed and that Gov. John Hickenlooper signed but that voters must now approve, because Colorado law gives them that right in regard to tax increases, which the overhaul entails. Arne Duncan, the ...
Updated on Oct 30, 2013 03:36PM
New today at http://www.sltrib.com/Opinion
— A human face for drone victims — Dana Milbank | The Washington Post
From Washington, the drone-warfare program looks almost aseptic: Remote-controlled aircraft fire with precision on targets half a world away.
But on Tuesday, this anonymous form of warfare assumed a name and a face: that of 9-year-old Nibila ur Rehman, who, along with her father and older brother, came all the way from Pakistan’s tribal region to talk about the drone strike that killed her grandmother a year ago. ...
Updated on Oct 29, 2013 11:31AM
From Eugene Robinson to Eugene, Oregon, people are worried about the National Security Agency’s overreach.
— The NSA is out of control — Eugene Robinson | The Washington Post, via sltrib.com
Let’s get this straight: The National Security Agency snooped on the cellphone conversations of German Chancellor Angela Merkel? Perhaps for as long as a decade? And President Obama didn’t know a thing about it?
Either somebody’s lying or Obama needs to acknowledge that the NSA, in its quest for omniscience beyond anything Orwell could have imagined, is simply out of...
Updated on Oct 28, 2013 01:58PM
My weekend column played Six Degrees of Separation with HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, Sen. Pat Roberts and how Obamacare is making enemies out of old friends:
— Old pals Sebelius and Roberts split by tea party — George Pyle | The Salt Lake Tribune
“The state insurance commissioner — who everyone knew had both the ambition and the ability for higher office — demonstrated both when she sent me a note of congratulations concerning the big-time journalism award I had almost won.
“‘You ought to have yourself cloned,’ Kathleen Sebelius wrote.
Updated on Oct 25, 2013 12:03PM
The question of why people not only do stupid things, but also like to put videos of themselves doing stupid things online for the whole world to see, interests academic, author and Boston Globe contributor Carlo Rotella.
He has taken notice of the two (ex-)Boy Scout leaders from Utah who not only pushed over an ancient rock formation in Goblin Valley State Park, they also posted a YouTube (later removed) video of themselves doing it.
These guys are getting more than their 15 minutes of fame.
Goblin topplers an ancie...
Updated on Oct 23, 2013 04:55PM
Yesterday: — The salesman in chief pitches Obamacare — Dana Milbank | The Washington Post
WASHINGTON — Not since the Ginsu knife cut through an aluminum can and still sliced a tomato has America seen a pitch quite like the one President Obama delivered in the Rose Garden on Monday. ...
Today: — Obamacare gets blamed for everything — Dana Milbank | The Washington Post
WASHINGTON — Fox News’ Sean Hannity, that paragon of journalistic integrity, hosted six “average Americans” on his show this month who were “feeling the pain” of Obamacare.
Updated on Oct 21, 2013 05:21PM
— Greg Bell’s trip through the revolving door — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
The revolving door between those who hold public office and those who seek to influence those in public office will never stop turning.
In the case of former Lt. Gov. Greg Bell, though, there is reason to hope that public good and private benefit may be fully compatible.
Bell announced his resignation a few weeks ago, explaining that his $104,000-a-year state salary just wasn’t enough as he moved toward retirement. The long-time elected official had scarcely turned in his keys wh...
Updated on Oct 16, 2013 01:07PM
Props to our editorial brethren at The Houston Chronicle, who today all but retracted their 2012 endorsement of U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, leader — along with Utah’s Sen. Mike Lee — of the embarrassing and damaging government shutdown.
— Why we miss Kay Bailey Hutchison — Houston Chronicle Editorial
“Does anyone else miss Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison?
“We’re not sure how much difference one person could make in the toxic, chaotic, hyperpartisan atmosphere in Washington, but if we could choose just one it would be Hutchis...
Updated on Oct 14, 2013 07:12AM
Friday evening, I posted my column for this week. Not. One. Link.
My bad. Been fixed. Please have a look:
— Governors don’t like shutdowns — George Pyle | Salt Lake Tribune
... governors, of whatever party, are very different political animals than senators. Senators debate. Governors have to govern. Get things done. Take responsibility, and action, when things break down. That’s ...
Updated on Oct 2, 2013 04:26PM
[The cartoon above, I think, qualifies as an example of the journalistic sin of “false equivalency.” It’s still funny.]
— Obamacare markets deserve a fair shot — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial They shut down the federal government Tuesday to stop Obamacare. But Tuesday, Obamacare started.
Or, to be more precise, Tuesday was the roll-out of a key part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, as the controversial statute is formally known. It was the first day that individuals could go online to search through the many different coverage options t...
Updated on Sep 30, 2013 05:09PM
— Government shutdown would be nothing but madness — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
... If, by the time you read this, all or part of the federal government has gone into shutdown mode, it will be because a minority faction of the minority party pulled out every stop on the organ to try to prevent the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare, from going into effect as scheduled. ...
— Chickens without heads — Ogden Standard-Examiner Editorial
Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, of Texas, and his loyal minion from our state, fellow Republican Sen. Mike Lee, are garnering lo...
Updated on Sep 29, 2013 08:08AM
I swear I wrote my column before I saw Maureen Dowd’s (complete with a death star reference to the Bluffdale NSA center) or Charles Blow’s effort comparing Republicans to Captain Ahab.
(And, Maureen, next time you are in town, come see us. We’ll buy you a gingerbread latte at the Starbucks down the mall. Complete with the ‘c’.)
— How ‘A Space Odyssey’ explains Mike Lee — George Pyle | The Salt Lake Tribune
... The utter derangement of a handful of influential people in Washington, including Utah’s Sen. Mike Lee, and their willingness to commit any for...
Updated on Sep 24, 2013 04:25PM
— Mike Lee’s madness: Drive to defund ACA is insane — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
Mike Lee is not trying to protect the American people from the failure of Obamacare. He is trying to protect himself and his fellow members of the Republican Party’s lunatic fringe from the success of Obamacare.And he is prepared to cripple the economy to do it. ...
— Politics of brinkmanship — Deseret News Editorial
Jeff Flake, the Republican senator from Arizona, may have exhibited the best grasp on reality when he told the Weekly Standard that Congress should leave the A...
Updated on Sep 18, 2013 02:00PM
A few recent opinion pieces on debates in other states, debates that may sound all-too-familiar to Utahns:
As in Utah, there are a lot of folks in Idaho who would like the state to have control over the significant amount of federal land within the state. Idaho Gov. Butch Otter has suggested giving the state a try-out, on a limited amount of land, rather than everyone just taking it on faith that the state can do a better job:
— Otter’s Land Plan Worth a Look — Twin Falls Times News EditorialGov. C.L. “Butch” Otter’s proposal for state management of a ...
Updated on Sep 17, 2013 01:04PM
We at The Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Board try to focus our attention on local and state issues. So do most other newspapers. That doesn’t mean we don’t often wind up writing about the same things. Viz:
— Shut Stericycle: Burden of proof rests with company — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
Gov. Gary Herbert should move immediately to shut down the Stericycle medical waste incinerator in North Salt Lake. He should then expect the operators of that plant, one of the few such facilities left in th...
Updated on Sep 16, 2013 12:53PM
— SITLA reconsiders: Herbert, Bishop efforts get results — Salt Lake Tribune EditorialWhen someone wants to deter any part of Utah state government from drilling an oil well on land that would be much better used for something else, it is apparently helpful if some of those someones are known to carry large rifles.Friday it was announced that pressure from Gov. Gary Herbert and U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop — themselves pressured by hunters and anglers who favor the unspoiled region of southeast Utah known as Bogart Canyon — has been successful in moving the School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration away from a deal that would have allowed fossil-fuel explor...
Updated on Sep 9, 2013 04:17PM
A common thread wafting through many recent editorials:
— Drug testing: Keeping help from the poor — Salt Lake Tribune EditorialIf the intent of Utah’s law requiring welfare applicants to submit to drug testing is to keep the program from helping those it was designed to help, then it seems to be working just fine. But there are problems with discouraging people down on their luck from applying for assistance through Utah’s Family Employment Program. The most obvious is the unfairness of requiring people who otherwise legally qualify for benefits to undergo the privacy invasion of drug testing. ...
Updated on Sep 6, 2013 12:37PM
— No highway is best: Feds agree with local groups — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial“Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it.”— Edmund BurkeIt seems the lessons of recent history are lost on current Utah Department of Transportation officials. UDOT spent four years in the early 2000s in costly litigation over its plan to build the Legacy Parkway through valuable wetlands east of the Great Salt Lake. In the end, the state agency had to make many concessions to mitigate the highway’s effects on wildlife habitat and open space.Now UDOT’s plan to build a four-lane extension of Legacy, again straight through what should be protected wetlands, is sparking p...
Updated on Sep 5, 2013 01:32PM
Time was, long ago, that when an editorial writer, especially an editorial writer for a newspaper other than The New York Times, wrote about foreign policy, it was derided as an exercise in “Afghanistanism,” That meant writing an editorial on a topic that nobody in your readership really cared about, which meant they were unlikely to disagree, be offended or notice if you got something wrong.
Now, Afghanistan is still terribly far away, and we still don’t really know what to do about it. But it is thought to be important. And, this week, so is Syria.
So here is what some editorial writers ...
Updated on Sep 4, 2013 04:53PM
— Who gets an F?: Success depends on Legislature — Salt Lake Tribune EditorialFor years, Utah legislators criticized No Child Left Behind as a matter of principle because they believe the federal government (even President George W. Bush’s federal government, where it started) should butt out of public education, and also because of its one-size-fits-all inflexibility. Today, with the launch of the Legislature’s school grading system and its lists of school grades, it’s obvious the state has adopted many of the failed practices of NCLB....... There is no doubt some schools are deficient. But what are the causes, and what is the Legislature willing to do to help? ...<...
Updated on Aug 29, 2013 01:11PM
— WVC’s new chief: Russo faces a difficult job — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
And, in another case of great minds running in small circles, we have two pieces where cri...
Updated on Aug 28, 2013 03:46PM
— Big polluters: State needs federal oversight — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
Updated on Aug 27, 2013 01:54PM
— Public comments: Imagined risk no cause for alarm — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
Updated on Aug 26, 2013 12:38PM
— Insane time: Spying on Games, Utahns wrong — Salt Lake Tribune Editorial
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