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.
|1.||Clinton earns $12M in 16 months|
|2.||Obama’s order protects gay workers; Hatch wants religious exemption|
|3.||Tesla idles Calif. plant to retool for electric SUV|
|4.||Concert review: ‘Frozen’ prince charms crowd in Tabernacle Choir’s summer show|
|5.||Carlino (finally) talks about reason he left BYU|
|6.||Film, TV legend James Garner, reluctant hero, dies|
|7.||Scott D. Pierce: ‘Breaking Bad’ named TCA’s Program of Year|
|8.||Black Mormon pioneers — a rich but forgotten legacy of faith|
|9.||Two brothers from Utah died in Arizona Strip plane crash|
|10.||Trib Talk: Chatting with new NEA leader Lily Eskelsen García|