Thursday, November 14, 2013

Intermountain hoops fall showcase now available

Watch clips from intermountain hoops fall showcase on our channel 4
Great shot of Utahs up and coming basketball talent.  Intermountain hoops video. You can also purchase a copy of the full game on our store page..

Friday, September 6, 2013


In the world we live in today. It is easy to be confused and puzzled as to what the truth is, and how to find our way to the surface of all the flotsam and jetsam we find ourselves in. I consider myself a patriot, and in my youth had no difficulty in picking out the lies, checking facts and discerning the hearts of those that would have us elect them to represent the values that we hold dear to our hearts. Times have changed. This is the age of information overload, not only over load but you can be whomever you want to be on the internet. A person can be very persuasive and not have to back it up with real data, and just how do you and I know what the real data is? As we move forward in this world of fictional facts. Remember to go back to some simple principles, ones that served our forefathers well. Here are a few considerations.

1. Evaluate your principles and values. Look at yourself and find what is truly important to you. Hold on to those values that make you a better person, strengthens your family and community and put those that don't on a back shelf or better yet discard those that take you in a different direction.

2. Get to know the people around you, develop relationships with those you have contact with, and I don't mean send them a friend request on facebook. Stand up walk ou,t your door and go visit them. If you can incorporate this practice with those in your life that are most important to you, your life will be greatly enriched. This type of getting to know those around you is especially important to know those we send to represent our views as elected officials. It doesn't mean you need to become a politician, but if you meet them and get to know them that way.  You will have a better sense of who they really are, not who they appear to be on television or in print, or worse yet here on the internet.

3. Look for opportunities to help. Everyone of us can always use the excuse of being busy. Lives are hectic and we tend to draw inward. This is not all bad, but if we all were just a little more kind to one another a took the occasional path of lending a helping hand, our world would be a better place for it.

4. I dont know if your a person of faith or not, but if you are I would ask that you bend a knee often. Ask for courage, ask for strength, ask for guidance, and most importantly give thanks for the riches you have.

Well I could go on and on about this, but then no one would take the time to read.  I started this as a puzzled patriot, but some how this little exercise has helped me see thing a little clearer. I'd love to hear your points of view leave me a comment.......

Saturday, April 20, 2013

When in the course of human events..........

This past week has been one of those that will or at least hopefully will be not forgotten quickly. The fact is that the world we live in today is much different than the world that most of us grew up in. Definitions in society are changing day by day. A virtue or value that we could define by a word, now has different or multiple implications. Core values that have helped to make this nation great are being challenged. In many cases people have less value than a perceived notion or whim. Being politically correct has become more important than saying or doing the right thing.
This week we have witnessed evil, tragedy, sorrow, joy, relief, teamwork, vigilance, and to a degree triumph. Many of us no matter where we are in this great country of ours have shared our thoughts. Some out of anger or frustration, others out of hope. What ever reason, each of us hopefully, have had a change of heart, and hopefully for the better. The people of Massachusetts and of Texas have been the recipients of many prayers of faith, these have come from those of a wide variety of Faiths. Even those that do not have a belief in Deity have had thoughts of well wishing and a hope for relief to those that suffer and are in harms way. The bottom line is this, When in the course of human events.... we have shown that we are a compassionate and caring people. That even though there are evil forces and individuals in the world, collectively we still have a decent core. That in and of itself gives me hope for a better day.  May we as a nation be able to heal, to set aside our differences, and work together honestly, frankly, and compassionately.


Monday, April 15, 2013

LIVE tonight Boston marathon explosions

Join us live tonight 7:30 mountain time and we will talk about, review and take your calls about the Boston Marathon attack. tune in 7:30