Tag Archives: Paul Mero

Ancestry.gone?

  As proponents of a statewide nondiscrimination law gathered last night with some of Utah’s most prominent companies to cheer on the cause, one business leader told The Salt Lake Tribune: “We’re trying to attract people into this great state,” … Continue reading

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Inequality Utah

  As homosexual activists continue to push their political agenda throughout Utah, the name of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is incessantly invoked, as are its adherents’ perceived endorsements (through public opinion polls) in support of homosexual … Continue reading

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Don’t chop tax breaks for charitable contributions

  Should government continue to give people tax breaks for donating to charities? Elder Dallin H. Oaks, member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, thinks so. In response to more … Continue reading

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A peek at Paul Mero’s reading list

  If you open Paul Mero’s iPad2 and review his ibooks, here are the books you’ll find: 1. John Adams by David McCullough 2. The Conservative Mind: From Burke to Eliot by Russell Kirk 3. A Queer Thing Happened To … Continue reading

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Mero Moment: Bullies and Discipline

Listen to this week’s Mero Moment below: httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vaado5KS8M&feature=player_profilepage You can also read the text and subscribe to the Mero Moment Podcast.

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Mero: Don’t Let Partisanship Derail Utah Solution for Undocumented Immigration

The following is an op-ed produced by Sutherland Institute President Paul T. Mero and submitted to various newspapers in Utah. This is the piece, unedited, in its entirety. Please forgive me a few personal ruminations. For nearly three years, through … Continue reading

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