Stuff my dad taught me: How to plant a tomato

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My dad has had a large garden for as long as I can remember. He grows carrots, red beets, yellow crook-neck squash, and tomatoes, amongst other plants. He uses a planting technique that would seemingly defy conventional logic. He buys the biggest plants he can find from one of the local greenhouses. Then he pinches…

Meet the Candidate: John Swallow, candidate for Utah AG

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County Delegates and Alternates, in an effort to help you become acquainted with various candidates, I am forwarding on the contents of an email from the John Swallow for Utah AG team. Mr. Swallow is not the only candidate for the office and I encourage you to research each candidate before casting your vote. You…

Reminder for State Delegates: Senate Debate Tonight!

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Tonight, April 4th 2012, is the Debate between candidates for Utah’s Senate seat (currently held by Orrin Hatch). If you weren’t able to get a ticket and attend in person, please watch the event online! Precinct members are also encouraged to watch, then contact your State Delegates with recommendations for whom to consider to nominate…

Information for County Delegates and Alternates from our Leg. Chair.

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Our Legislative Chair, Marv Cook, has asked to relay some information to our County Delegates and Alternates. The largest concern for the upcoming convention is for the office of County Commissioner.  The candidates for this office are: Mark Jacobs John Petroff Terry Spencer John Petroff is the incumbant.  We haven’t had any communication about Cottage Meetings, “meet-and-greets”, or…

Why should preppers be concerned about gardening?

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Preppers, in general, prepare for the unexpected. Whether that’s a disaster, an emergency, or simply un- or under-employment. Planting a garden can help provide food when store-bought food may be scarce. Additionally, a core tenant of prepping is self-sufficiency — gardening is a means to that end. Many people have pre-established gardens that they’ve tended…

Do Your Candidates Support Liberty?

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Can you depend on common sense from the government? Consider the following headlines from recently reported events: Police shut down lemonade stand run by two little girls SWAT team raids Amish farm for selling milk straight from the cow Federal Bureaucrats fine Missouri family $4 million for son’s sale of $4500 worth of rabbits Is…

U.S. Senate candidate debate webcast

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The Sutherland Institute is bringing one of the two debates between three candidates for the U.S. Senate: Orrin Hatch, Chris Herrod, and Dan Liljenquist Join us tomorrow evening for a live webcast of the U.S. Senate candidate debate hosted by Utah Valley Republican Women and Utah Federation of Republican Women: Tomorrow (Wednesday, April 4, 2012) at 7 p.m.…