Salt Lake City, UT – Just a day after thousands of Utahns rallied to both applaud and protest President George W. Bush, he dfended his war strategy before a cheering crowd of veterans at the American Legion's national convention. KUER's Jenny Brundin has this report:
Salt Lake City, UT – The ability to assist one another - to make sacrifices for one another - is a characteristic that makes us human. But "help" isn't an overly simple concept. We all need it from time to time, but how do we know that the aid we are offering is actually wanted or effective? What does it mean to help? Author Garret Keizer joins Doug for a look at the necessity, the limits and the contradictions of helping our fellow man. (Repeat)
Salt Lake City, UT – President George W. Bush arrived in Utah last night to cheering crowds at the Air National Guard base. Earlier in the day, however, thousands rallied to protest the war in Iraq and the President, while others gathered in support of the troops. Here's our report, beginning with KUER's Tasha Cook, followed by Dan Bammes and Jenny Brundin.
Salt Lake City, UT – U.S. Secretary of State Condolezza Rice and U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld visited Salt Lake City yesterday. President Bush's top advisors addressed thousands of veterans at their annual convention at the Salt Palace. KUER's Tasha Cook has this report.
Salt Lake City, UT – With the rallies surrounding George W. Bush's visit to Salt Lake City in full swing, Doug talks to Brookings Institution scholar Charles O Jones about Bush's presidency. Then, he turns to Monday's arrest of Warren Steed Jeffs, and asks FLDS historian Ken Driggs what it means for Jeffs' polygamous community.
Salt Lake City, UT – Salt Lake City will be dominated by protests and rallies in anticipation of President George W. Bush's third visit to Utah. Bush will address veterans at the 88th American Legion convention on Thursday, August 31st. But on Wednesday, Utahns will have the chance to participate in one of at least six rallies. So far, they include anti-war, pro-Bush, pro-immigration reform, pro-troop and anti-Israel rallies, among others. As KUER's Jenny Brundin reports, the day is expected to be an emotional one for many Utahns.