Do we want energy development on our public lands to intensify global warming or a national energy policy that promotes technologies that are renewable and create four times jobs as fossil fuels?
For the first time, the U.S. House Subcommittee on National Parks, Forest, and Public Lands will consider a bill designed to protect millions of acres of spectacular Utah lands as wilderness.
I encourage everyone, no matter what part of these United States you live in (or even if you live elsewhere), to take a "trip out West" at some point in your life. Get in a car, and go explore everything west of Denver.
Despite his Republican status, Jon Huntsman pushed for equal rights for everyone and advocated energy efficiency in order to battle global warming. Sadly, those days are over now.
Seeing President Obama and his family take in two of the western parks prompted me to strongly encourage everyone -- yes, even you! -- to plan on a trip like this at some point.
Places I viewed as symbols of this so-called Promised Land have disappeared into clear cuts, drilling fields, and open-pit mines. What do our children inherit from this irretrievable loss? Pictures of how it used to be?
22 percent of Americans get their news from talk radio, and conservative talkers, like Hannity and Limbaugh, have been lying to their listeners about what's in the health care bill.
I warn you: smallness is what to expect of your Canadian hosts, and this is why tourism in this beautiful country is still a shabby disaster.
Through hard work, these farmers have developed a method of farming sustainably in the Utah desert at the same time as they improve the soil in these badlands.
The vacuum left by former clown-in-chief George W. Bush, ably lead by sinister foil Dick Cheney, has spawned an entire army of wanna-be Bushes: the ni...
Huntsman actually kept Utah's head largely above water through the economic crisis and you'll agree that he is actually a pretty good Governor.
There is little doubt that the country has made a political left-turn, leaving opportunistic moderates from both parties scrambling to find their cherished middle.
Will Rogers once noted, ""We can't all be heroes, because somebody has to sit on the curb and applaud when they go by." To that end, I found mysel...
We have yet to hear a single realistic scenario from a top Republican that would outline how and when the country could move forward from its current meltdown.
The most porn-loving state in the country appears to be Utah -- you know, the state with the anti-porn "child protection registry" law and a burning, bleeding loathing for same-sex marriage.
I wonder how pill-popping Rush Limbaugh would explain this: a new study out of Harvard Business School finds that red-staters buy more online porn than their blue state compatriots.