"The LDS church doesn't want educated women because they will start to think for themselves and will question what they are told."
commenting on the Nov. 6 Tribune editorial, "Earning degrees: Women need to complete college"
"The electoral college needs a higher dropout rate."
commenting on the Nov. 6 Washington Post editorial, "The Electoral College"
"There's a lot both Dems and the GOP could learn from Jim Matheson. Trouble is, they won't stop arguing long enough to listen."
commenting on the Nov. 7 sltrib.com article, "Matheson ekes out narrow win over Mia Love"
"Romney's concession speech was the best one of the campaign."
commenting on the Nov. 7 AP/sltrib.com article, "After defeat, cloudy future ahead for Mitt Romney"
"This is the perfect outcome. The church gets the spotlight but doesn't have to live with the problems of a Mormon in the White House. ... if people thought Romney was making bad decisions, they might blame the church. No decisions to be made, no backsplash."
commenting on the Nov. 7 sltrib.com article, "'Mormon moment' ends with a loss but his religion still won"
"If the Republicans would, in general, start caring less about who marries who, who uses birth control and who gets an abortion, then I would be much more open to hearing what they have to say about the economy."
commenting on the Nov. 6 Bloomberg/sltrib.com article, "Obama re-elected, defeating Romney in crucial states"