Monthly Archives: June 2019

Girlfriend goes off script

Controlling Murderer’s (Now-Former) Girlfriend Goes “Off Script”—With Tragic Consequences for His Victims By Ken K. Gourdin Jerrod William Baum faces first degree murder charges for allegedly killing teenagers Riley Powell and Brelynne “Breezy” Otteson when he encountered the teens with … Continue reading

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Is OJ Simpson Owed an Apology?

Does the City of Las Vegas or the State of Nevada Owe Former NFL Star OJ Simpson an Apology? By Ken K. Gourdin National Football League Hall-of-Fame running back OJ Simpson was acquitted of murdering his ex-wife Nichole Brown, and … Continue reading

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A Boy Named Becky

The Saga of a Boy Named Becky By Ken K. Gourdin Steven Ray Becky has been charged with several felonies and misdemeanors after purposefully plowing his car into a young girl as she walked her scooter up the side of … Continue reading

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Bob Welti and Me

Remembering Bob Welti: We Did Cross Paths, Once By Ken K. Gourdin Former longtime weather forecaster at Salt Lake City’s KSL television, Bob Welti, has died.  For coverage of his passing in Salt Lake City’s Deseret News, see here (this … Continue reading

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LDS, Aliens, and UFOs

On the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Aliens, and UFOs By Ken K. Gourdin Note: This blog post is the opinion of the author alone, and is not representative of official doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ … Continue reading

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On Science Versus Other Methods

Once Again, on Science Versus Other Methods of Discerning, Evaluating, and Applying Truth By Ken K. Gourdin As it often does, yet again, the utility of science as a means of discerning and applying truth came up at Sic et … Continue reading

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Of Facts and Faith

Of “Facts” and Faith: Do “Facts” Compel a Certain Conclusion When Weighing Matters of Faith? For Some, They Might; For Others, They Don’t. Why The Difference? By Ken K. Gourdin A poster on Mormon Dialogue and Discussion [sic] wrote, “I … Continue reading

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