Utah’s 2 Constitutional Amendments On Your Ballot – My Analysis

| October 24, 2012

As we all (hopefully) head to the polls this year, we’ll not only be voting for candidates and judges, but also two different constitutional amendments. Below is my analysis and recommendations. Constitutional Amendment A: Required Severance Tax Deposits In The Permanent Trust Fund. My Recommendation: VOTE “NO” For those who don’t know, severance taxes are what the […]

Chris Stewart Claims He Didn’t Take Stimulus – Here’s The Proof He Did

| October 18, 2012

Republican candidate for Congress in Utah’s 2nd District, Chris Stewart, is claiming in the Salt Lake Tribune that he never took any stimulus funds, but it turns out.. he’s lying. Earlier today, 2nd Congressional District candidate Jay Seegmiller pointed out the hypocrisy of his Republican opponent Chris Stewart campaigning against the stimulus, when he himself […]

False Claims? Companies Say They Never Endorsed Mayoral Candidate Crockett

| October 7, 2012

In the final month of campaigning, the race to see who will succeed Salt Lake County Mayor Peter Corroon is heating up. But it seems that one candidate isn’t being exactly truthful in his advertising. Throughout his campaign, Salt Lake County Mayoral candidate Mark Crockett has repeatedly made the claim that he is the most […]

Crockett Sends “Cease & Desist” Letter For Negative Tweets

| October 4, 2012

Salt Lake County Mayoral Candidate Mark Crockett REALLY doesn’t like people who post unfavorable tweets, apparently. When I got home this evening, I was greeted by a “Cease and Desist” letter from his attorneys. Back on October 1st, local blogger and host of The Left Show JM Bell posted a blog with copies of the […]

Mia Love vs Jim Matheson; KSL Debate Recap

| October 2, 2012

After this morning’s KSL debate between Congressman Jim Matheson and challenger Mia Love – many people were left wondering where Mia Love actually stands on some of the issues. In their opening statements, Jim Matheson touted his bipartisan voting record – saying that working with both Democrats and Republicans in Congress is critical to accomplishing […]