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Curt Gresseth

After girl’s death by suicide, Utah lawmaker is on a mission to stop bullying

On Saturday, state Rep. Sandra Hollins is bringing teachers together during a conference Saturday in Salt Lake City to end bullying forever.
7 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

Social-media envy got you down during Christmas? Doc has holiday tips.

Social media can unplug your Christmas lights, if you are not careful. A mental health expert stuffs your stockings with tips and advice on how to avoid sliding into holiday depression.
7 months ago
Pearl Harbor...
Curt Gresseth

Child survivor remembers attack on Pearl Harbor — 80 years ago

A man remembers the Pearl Harbor attack as a 3-year-old watching Japanese bombers fly over his home on the island of O'ahu Dec. 7, 1941.
7 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

Dropping ‘Big Lie’ a good first step toward compromise, says former Arizona senator

A first step toward compromise for Republicans is dropping the "Big Lie" about the last presidential election, says former Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake who is about to be sworn in as the next ambassador to Turkey.
7 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

Improving neighborhoods –gentrification — doesn’t have to involve displacing people, says expert

The gentrification of declining neighborhoods is done best when the improvements don't displace the people who once lived there
7 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

Dialogue is dying. Here’s how you can save it.

SALT LAKE CITY — With Thanksgiving days away, families will gather around a table to talk. But will the talk be real dialogue or debate? What’s the difference?  Utah State University professor Scott Hammond of the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business joins Inside Sources host Boyd Matheson to talk about the value of dialogue […]
7 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

Democratic socialism becoming less scary for Americans, says author

Democratic socialist policies are always about the price tag and not what they do to make life better for voters, says an author and teacher.
7 months ago
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Amber Gentry

Bridging the divides: Tim Shriver on the benefit of doubt

The importance of giving someone the benefit of the doubt, said Inside Sources guest Tim Shriver, can help bridge the American divides.
7 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

Now outside looking in, McAdams said Utahns care about solving problems not political games

Former Utah Rep. Ben McAdams said passing legislation to free up traffic and clean up the air -- infrastructure -- is all that matters to Utahns, not which political party claims credit for doing so.
8 months ago
President Joe Biden walks with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of Calif., on Capitol Hill in Washington,...
Boyd Matheson

Biden wins on infrastructure but can he score with social safety net?

Now the focus moves to a $1.75 trillion investment in social safety, namely, climate, child care, preschool education, paid parental leave, and elder care.
8 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

Is suffering good? Author describes balancing pleasure with pain

Some people seek to add meaning to their life through struggle and challenge, said an author and psychology professor.
8 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

Don’t trust your local election? Visit your polling place and see for yourself

If you doubt the security, integrity or transparency of your local election, go visit your county clerk because he or she will be glad to show you the safeguards in place to protect your vote.
8 months ago
Life lessons...
Boyd Matheson

Opinion: Life lessons to learn from those who have passed

During Halloween week, and anytime, we can learn some of life's lessons from those who have passed.
8 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

Pent-up worldwide demand squeezing global supply chain

"[The global supply-chain crisis] is probably gonna get worse before it gets better," said Miles Hansen, president and CEO of World Trade Center Utah.
8 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

Jon Huntsman Jr. remembers his neighbor and friend Colin Powell

Former Utah governor Jon Huntsman Jr. reflects on former Secretary of Defense Colin Powell who died at 84 from complications of COVID-19.
8 months ago
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Boyd Matheson

Opinion: Smartphones keep us distant from wisdom

Most Americans check their smartphones 96 times a day. Could you put yours down for a whole day? Boyd Matheson writes, doing so could change your world.
9 months ago
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Boyd Matheson

Opinion: The monumental volley and folly of Bears Ears

Boyd Matheson argues if we keep creating monuments like Bears Ears by executive order, we can keep expecting future politicians to undo and redo that work.
9 months ago
Millennials and Gen Z...
Curt Gresseth

How Millennials and Gen Z are changing politics

SALT LAKE CITY — As millennials (born 1981-1996) and Gen Z Americans (born 1997-2012) become more involved with politics, how will their influence change the two major political parties in the nation? Republican pollster and millennial Kristen Soltis Anderson discussed the changing political landscape involving these two groups of voters with Inside Sources host Boyd […]
9 months ago
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Boyd Matheson

Developing a listening heart: The beginning of understanding

Boyd Matheson takes a look at how our individual faith traditions may help us all develop what he calls a listening heart.
9 months ago
health care costs...
Curt Gresseth

Health care costs can be reduced if Congress works together, says prof

SALT LAKE CITY — It can be hard to understand what’s happening with health care costs today, and it’s purposely designed that way; it’s bankrupting Americans and it doesn’t need to be that way, says a professor of economics. Utah State University Professor Henry Eyring said there are bipartisan solutions that policymakers could implement to […]
9 months ago
A woman taking time to stop and smell the roses.

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Boyd Matheson

Weary? Take a timeout for sacred idleness.

If you're feeling a little weary today, if you're worn out a bit, it may be worth it to set aside time for a moment of rejuvenating rest and sacred idleness.
9 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

The biggest threats to the US, according to Democrats and Republicans

"I think the danger for Democrats is, if you label half the nation as one of the greatest threats to the nation, you're not exactly going to win them over in a popularity contest."
9 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

Ending unemployment benefit early to fill jobs didn’t work, says state rep

The theory was ending the pandemic unemployment benefit early would move Utahns back into jobs, but the numbers show that did not happen.
10 months ago
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Curt Gresseth

Matching people with autism to tech jobs in Utah

Auticon.us, a global consulting firm that helps place adults with autism in tech-sector jobs, has just opened an office in South Salt Lake.
10 months ago