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?)
— Gail Collins is so excited that we’ve got 790 days to talk about Chris Christie and the Iowa caucauses.
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|2.||Movie review: ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ breaks the Marvel mold|
|3.||TV preview: ‘Hell on Wheels’ mocks Mormons|
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|5.||Sean P. Means: In battle of comic cons, Salt Lake is already winning|
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|9.||Rolly: Mormon discount? When it comes to car rentals, faith matters|
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