Category Archives: Culture

Stories of Butch Cassidy and Ann Bassett in Leeds, UT

The following is taken from the book “Leeds; Historical Events in Little Pieces” by Wilma Cox Beale. Ann Willis A friend of mine, Dorothy Spendlove, from Hurricane, Utah, asked me if I knew where Ann Willis was buried. She said … Continue reading

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The Choices We Make Determine the True Nature of Our Character

Every nation has a history and an era that defines that the  nation; when the people of that nation think of themselves, that moment of glory is how they think of themselves as a member of that nation. For England, the … Continue reading

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The Limits of Federal Power

I was having a discussion with a friend on the Bully Pulpit, about the Constitution and the reach of the Supreme Court….and here is my answer No More Mr. Nice Guy said… Let’s stick with that right of privacy, which the … Continue reading

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Women and Culture

The American West, in the period of approximately 1865-1890, was called the ‘Wild West’ for very good reason. There was little that could be called ‘law’ or ‘justice,’ and that justice was very often vigilante justice, which is as good … Continue reading

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The Flag Burning Amendment and Idolatry

We are getting on to summer,  and summer has always been a whacky season of the year, a time for fun and games, a time where people seem to loose their sense of seriousness and go out of their way … Continue reading

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