Archive For The “Author – Ronald Mortensen” Category

Report: Utah’s Oligarchs – Fighting to Maintain Control

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Report: Utah’s Oligarchs – Fighting to Maintain Control

Report: Utah’s Oligarchs – Fighting to Maintain Control Published May 22, 2018 Filed under US News, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of 1 comment in the discussion. Report: Utah’s Oligarchs – Fighting to Maintain Their Political and Economic Control Take a Dive into Utah’s Swamp An Investigative Report on Utah’s Elite By Ronald Mortensen, Columnist at…

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Want to stop Utah from selling your voter registration information? Here’s how.

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Want to stop Utah from selling your voter registration information? Here’s how.

Want to stop Utah from selling your voter registration information? Here’s how. Published May 21, 2018 Filed under Under Our Dome, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Admin Edit.  Want to stop the state from selling your voter registration information?  Here’s how. By Ronald Mortensen / May 21, 2018 This column…

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Romney and Trump not far apart on legal and illegal immigration policies

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Romney and Trump not far apart on legal and illegal immigration policies

Published March 21, 2018 Filed under Executive, Immigration, Under Our Dome, USN Columnists. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen / March 21 2018 / Columnist at Utah Standard News As governor of Massachusetts and as a presidential candidate Mitt Romney took a very hard line on illegal immigration.  In…

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Utah Legislative Reform: End Washington Style Politics

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Published January 7, 2017 Filed under Under Our Dome, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint Utah legislative reform:  End Washington Style Politics by Ronald Mortensen / Jan 5, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News This is the first in a series of articles on proposed legislative reforms. The…

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Doug Wright – Possibility of an ICE jail in Utah results in 40 minutes of uncivil discourse

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Doug Wright – Possibility of an ICE jail in Utah results in 40 minutes of uncivil discourse

Published October 24, 2017 Filed under Media Bias, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of 2 comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint Doug Wright – Possibility of an ICE jail in Utah results in 40 minutes of uncivil discourse By Ronald Mortensen / Columnist at Utah Standard News / October 24, 2017 at 4:02 PM According to…

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John Curtis – An Ethically Challenged Swamp Dwelling Flip-Flopper?

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Published October 3, 2017 Filed under USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen / Oct 3, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News John Curtis, Republican candidate for the third Congressional District appears to be an ethically challenged flip-flopper.  He, therefore, has what it takes to successfully…

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Utah State Senator’s ties to Mexico and illegal aliens – Who does she really represent?

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Utah State Senator’s ties to Mexico and illegal aliens – Who does she really represent?

Published September 21, 2017 Filed under Under Our Dome, USN Columnists. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen / Sep 21, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News Utah State Senator’s ties to Mexico and illegal aliens – Who does she really represent? Utah State Senator Luz Robles Escamilla needs…

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How Utah’s Third Congressional District Could Go from Red to Blue

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Published May 25, 2017 Filed under Commentary, Under Our Dome, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen / May 25, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News The Republican “Count My Vote” elites have made it possible for Utah progressives to turn Utah’s third congressional district blue…

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Legal Plunder is Flourishing in Utah

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Published May 17, 2017 Filed under Commentary, Under Our Dome, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen /May 17, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News Legal plunder is legalized theft.  It occurs when “the law (government) takes from some persons what belongs to them, and gives…

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Homeless Shelter Flap Shows How Out-of-Touch Legislators Are With Their Constituents

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Published March 26, 2017 Filed under Under Our Dome, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen / Mar 25, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News Homeless Shelter Flap Shows How Out-of-Touch Legislators Are With Their Constituents Utah state legislators’ and the Salt Lake County Mayor’s good…

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Utah State Legislature – Ready, Fire, Aim

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Utah State Legislature – Ready, Fire, Aim

Published March 27, 2017 Filed under Uncategorized, Under Our Dome, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen / Mar 27, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News Utah State Legislature – Ready, Fire, Aim The Utah State Legislature prides itself on its ability to pass more than…

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Are we witnessing a silent coup d’etat?

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Published May 22, 2017 Filed under Commentary, Executive, Judiciary, Legislative, Media Bias, Military & Security, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen / May 22, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News Donald Trump’s victory unquestionably came as a shock to the establishments of both major political…

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Utah Continues to Sell Personal Info of 1.5 Million Utah Voters

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Utah Continues to Sell Personal Info of 1.5 Million Utah Voters

Published March 22, 2017 Filed under Under Our Dome, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen / Mar 22, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News Utah Legislature Kills Voter Protection Bill – Continues to Sell Personal Info of 1.5 Million Utah Voters A Tweet sent on…

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Opponents of Lower Legal Blood Alcohol Limit (.05) for Driving Trash Utah and Mormons

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Published March 20, 2017 Filed under Under Our Dome, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen /Mar 20, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News Opponents of Lower Legal Blood Alcohol Limit (.05) for Driving Trash Utah and Mormons Key Points – Speakers from the Salt Lake…

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Utah Legislative Reform: CONTROL SPENDING & GROWTH OF GOVERNMENT

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Published January 14, 2017 Filed under Under Our Dome, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Utah legislative reform: Control spending and growth of government By Ronald Mortensen / Jan 13, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News This the fourth in a series of columns that present legislative reform proposals. Citizensfortaxfairness.org,…

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UT Lawmakers, Libertas and Others Want Voter’s Personal Info be Public and For Sale

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Published March 10, 2017 Filed under USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen / Mar 9, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News Who demands that Utah Voters Make Their Personal Information Public  – Lots of People HB348 was originally designed to limit the distribution of the…

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UT House BARELY PASSES Bill Allowing Voters to Protect their Private Information. Goes to Senate

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Published March 7, 2017 Filed under Under Our Dome, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Column: Utah House Barely Passes Bill Allowing Voters Who Fear for Their Safety and Security to Protect their Private Information Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen / March 7,, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News Late…

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All is not well in Zion: Legislature must establish a strong oversight committee

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Published March 1, 2018 Filed under Under Our Dome, USN Columnists. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint All is not well in Zion – Legislature must establish a strong oversight committee By Ronald Mortensen / March 1, 2018 / Columnist at Utah Standard News The Utah state legislature has a responsibility to…

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Lack of transparency should disqualify Dayton and Henderson from Congressional Race

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Lack of transparency should disqualify Dayton and Henderson from Congressional Race

Published June 1, 2017 Filed under Commentary, Under Our Dome, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of no comments in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen / June 1, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News As members of the Utah State Senate, Margaret Dayton and Diedre Henderson, candidates for the Republican nomination for U.S. House…

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Utah Lawmakers, SLC Mayor & Police Chief VOW to PROTECT Illegal Alien Identity Thieves

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Published February 28, 2017 Filed under Under Our Dome, USN Columnists, Utah. Total of 1 comment in the discussion. Republish Reprint By Ronald Mortensen / Feb 10, 2017 / Columnist at Utah Standard News Utah State Legislators and Salt Lake City Police Chief Vow to Protect Illegal Alien Identity Thieves During a joint press conference,…

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