Rocky Reveals His True Colors

Talking Utah… Salt Lake City Mayor, Rocky “the Squirrel” Anderson, is at it again.  You can really tell a politicians character by what they do when they think it won’t affect their re-election. Politicians act on a fallacy that the average voter has a short memory.  They believe this especially pertains to actions that are against the grain.  So, they feel that they can do stupid things as long as they aren’t too close to the election. Well, Rocky has done it again.  He has managed to say something that is so stupid.  I hope that the Salt Lake citizens

Have a Sober New Years

What do you remember from your New Years’ Parties of the past? Do you remember who you were with? Do you remember who (or if) you kissed someone to ring in the new year? I can. Well, Sort of. As I get older, I seem to forget. But I can honestly say that the day after each new year, I remeber what I did the night before. Why? Because I am a teatottler. That’s right. I have never tasted an alcoholic beverage in my entire life. I am STONE COLD SOBER. Actually, I just don’t get the drunk thing. What

President Gordon B. Hinkley

On Sunday, Larry King interviewed President Gordon B. Hinkley of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  I was going to make comment on it.  However, I as reviewed the transcript, I realized that President Hinkley spoke so well, that I should just use his own words: ON WAR AND EVIL IN THE WORLD: “With that freedom comes responsibility and accountability.” “I don’t think religion has failed. It’s man who has failed. Christ hasn’t failed. The Gospel hasn’t failed. The teachings of God have not failed.” “I see the war, the terrorism factor, as the work of a group

A Mormon Christmas

Some of my fondest memories are during Christmas. Actually, Christmas has been my favorite Holiday for as long as I can remember. I loved the time together with family, I loved the food, I loved the anticipation of Santa Claus, I love Christmas. There are two Christmas stories for Mormons (members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints). The first is the very commonly known story of the Christ child being born to the the virgin Mary. This is the true and accurate story of the birth of the Savior of the World. However, it isn’t the complete