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The Commentariat: A sampling of reader comments posted on sltrib.com

Published May 2, 2014 5:37 pm
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2014, and information in the article may be outdated. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted.

"Here's an idea, why don't we raise grazing fees to help manage the number of wild horses? If ranchers paid anything close to what it actually costs to manage grazing on public lands this wouldn't be a problem."

— SLCdon

commenting on the May 1 sltrib.com article, "Utah ranchers sue BLM, demand removal of wild horses"



"We give goons like this power because we worship money rather than behavior."

— Open Mind

commenting on the May 1 Tribune editorial, "Sterling case is about more than race"

"Wait, I thought immigrants were lazy and just wanted to live off the dole. Are you telling me — gasp! —they work hard and want better things for their kids? Amazing!"

— inprovo

commenting on the May 1 sltrib.com article, "First-generation students graduating from U. of Utah"

"If they trespass, then follow through and arrest them this time. The rule of law has no authority unless enforced."

— ChairmanMauzer

commenting on the May 1 sltrib.com article, "BLM urges halt to illegal Recapture Canyon ATV ride"

"The civil rights awareness in Utah is on par with Chevron's preventative maintenance."

— Stepfordson

commenting on the May 1 sltrib.com article, "Utah lawmaker Lifferth apologizes for bad-mouthing NAACP"

"The environmentalists were actively working to stop people from harming the land, while the others were actively working to stop people from stopping them from harming the land... if that makes any sense."

— MyNameIsStrange

commenting on the May 2 sltrib.com article, "Lands fight: Five acts of environmental disobedience"

 

 

 

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