Yeah, me neither. But, here it is anyway. [Read more…]
While many people think of Battlestar Galactica as your typical space opera, the show was much more than that during its five-year run on Sci Fi. The program dealt with difficult issues such as the ambiguity of terrorism, living under an occupying power, torture, the limits of government and the danger of a police state. [Read more…]
In the first episode the “Oh, Schott!” podcast, I sit down with Pat Bagley, award-winning cartoonist for the Salt Lake Tribune. [Read more…]
Earlier this week I was invited to record a couple of segments about Utah’s political scene by KSL Radio’s Ethan Millard. My daughter tagged along and was, shall we say, less than impressed with our pre-recording argument.
Here’s the Vine video Kari surreptitiously captured whilst sitting in the corner of the recording booth.
Former Salt Lake City Mayor Ted Wilson had a sign on his wall when he ran the Hinckley Institute of Politics that read “Politics is the only true sport. Everything else is a game for children.” [Read more…]
This Saturday, delegates to the Utah Democratic convention will vote on whether they will keep the caucus system or go to a direct primary. There’s one very big reason why they won’t pick the primary option. [Read more…]
Missed opportunities. If Mitt Romney had been able to eke out a tie in Tuesday’s debate, we might be saying “game over” for the 2012 election. That didn’t happen. Barack Obama got a slight win, and the momentum has swung back to the President. [Read more…]