The Hub Sheet – Sept 12, 2015: Book Reviews, Coups, and Zombie Bees

Hub Book Review: American Exceptionalism: An Experiment.

Kim Davis hurts religious liberty by violating the rule of law.

Salt Lake Tribune takes a look back at historic big bands in Utah.

A Utah doctors group who supported Healthy Utah oppose a new plan in which they’d help pay for it.

Do US laws extend to email servers located overseas?We’ll find out soon.

Judge David Sam appointed to Recapture Canyon case.

ACLU going to bat for animal rights activists charged in Lagoon zoo protest.

Youngsters disrupt Olds at Jackson Hole federal reserve soiree.

Nathaniel Givens isn’t giving up on Romney 2016.

Navy Leap Frog parachute team video of jump into Rice-Eccles for Friday night’s game.

Stan Swim and Mark Lawrence discuss World Congress of Families coming to Salt Lake City in Oct.

10 western mining sites have halted work entirely after Colorado spill.

Anyone planning a coup should read this first.

Utah v. United States: A title jurisdiction dispute and the Quiet Title Act petition.

Gov. Herbert launches Do The Write Thing challenge to stop youth violence.

An endangered grey wold was shot and killed by a coyote hunter in Beaver, UT.

California lawmakers are moving ahead with automatic voter registration bill.

And, finally, oh yay! Zombie Bees!

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