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This New Year, I’m committing to the anti-resolution

Resolutions offer the thrill of irrational optimism, but rarely manifest human growth.

(Francisco Kjolseth | The Salt Lake Tribune) Marina Gomberg.

Listen, I love life and goals and achievement as much as the next person. I really do. Reach higher, and all that.

In fact, to those who are refreshed and enthused by this change of year (what are you on?), I fully support you. Get it. Accomplish! Or don’t. I’ll still love you the same.

But this year, unless the resolution is to keep surviving, count me out. I’m nearly out of craps to give, so I’m holding on to the ones I’ve got for things that really matter.

It’s not that personal growth doesn’t matter; we just know New Year’s resolutions rarely manifest it. I wrote about that the same year I made a resolution, so by all means, I understand the thrill of irrational optimism.

Hope in the face of doubt is a drug. But my stash has been running low (blame the supply chain) since the proverbial poop hit the pandemic fan.

Since I can’t get high by flipping the bird to chance, I’m trying out a different approach: The anti-resolution.

Do you want to know why? Because we don’t need to change. If you are reading this, you are living. What a remarkable feat that alone is!

I mean it. Life right now, despite all the spoils of modern technology and convenience, is no cakewalk.

Things are expensive. We all fight a lot. There’s this raging pandemic. Earth is hurting. We’re expected to do stuff. And Mondays happen (weekly, no less).

It’s a lot.

But, to have even exhaled a single breath is to have contributed to the world. And when we can make it through a day causing minimal damage, that is a success. To make a plan or make any progress is an absolute triumph.

It occurs to me that instead of collectively deciding, during the coldest and darkest part of the year, that we’re not good enough, maybe we could try something less terrible.

Like what if we honored stillness? Or, if you’re on a roll, celebrate the momentum you’ve generated? And if you’re feeling like you want to blossom, there are 364 other days a year when that’s also possible.

Some might suggest this goes against the American work ethic grain or is a departure from typical optimism, and I’d respectfully disagree.

We are human beings, after all, not human doers. So, just because ladders exist doesn’t mean we all need to be climbing them.

There has been some painful loss of life in my world over the last couple of weeks and I can tell you that it’s not what those humans accomplished that makes us ache for their presence. It’s how they made us feel. It’s the time we won’t get to spend together. Resumes and trophies are a lot less comforting than a big hug.

I know there is a lot to do in the world, and we’ll get it done or we won’t. But I suggest we separate that from our measurements of value and worth.

That, and weight. Don’t let diet culture tell you otherwise.

So, [insert whatever feelings you’re having] New Year to you. You’re enough.

Marina Gomberg is a professional communicator, a practicing optimist and a lover of love. She lives in Salt Lake City with her wife, Elenor Gomberg, and their son, Harvey. You can reach Marina at mgomberg@sltrib.com.

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While there currently is not a public health order issued by Dr. Dunn, I would vote to overturn any effort to mandate...

Posted by Steve DeBry - Salt Lake County Council on Friday, January 7, 2022

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It may well be that only 1 in 10 cases is counted now."},{"_id":"YQOOYMC5ORGPHJMLUP7HOLTQYM","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779724,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Dr. Michelle Hofmann, deputy director of the Utah Department of Health, expects daily case counts to reach about 12,000 a day in Utah by month’s end — an estimate that seems reasonable but somewhat conservative to me."},{"_id":"NDAZTAIK5RBGRPP36EJRMYI4RA","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779725,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"If you look at what’s happening on the East Coast, those states are currently getting about 3,000 coronavirus cases a day per million residents on average, with spikes up to 5,000 or 6,000 on good testing days. Those states have more vaccination immunity than Utah but generally less history of previous infection. Have those states peaked? 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There haven’t really been conclusive apples-to-apples studies on omicron sensitivity across these various tests."},{"_id":"RONDDHHHWBA73DTATSS2WNVEZU","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779741,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"But there are things we do know about the at-home tests. First, at-home tests have been shown to have disappointing reliability in the early days of infection — especially before symptoms show up. In one study of 30 people who were being tested by both PCR and rapid daily for their jobs, the rapid test didn’t test positive until one or two days after the PCR test did. 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Australian researchers found comparable results, and the FDA hasn’t released its data."},{"_id":"OA55LWNTWBD5NKPZZOLJ5E2YSQ","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779743,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"We also have pretty good data that says PCR tests are more effective more quickly with throat and saliva samples than nasal ones with omicron — perhaps a function of where it’s most likely to reproduce. Most of the at-home tests still ask you to swab just your nose. And despite the research, the FDA has asked people to still follow the nose directions, because they don’t have any data on how the tests work with the other samples. I’ve talked before about how I wish the FDA would adopt the clear direction of scientific studies earlier, and this is one such example, though I understand that it’s tricky to do with the multiples of tests out there."},{"_id":"O36CVL2JWFDYXJQGBDU6Z6GQ4M","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779744,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"What would my advice be in getting tested? First, if the situation is mission critical, it’s still best to do a PCR test at a testing facility, a list of which you can find at coronavirus.utah.gov. Right now, many of those facilities are experiencing delays in both appointment and turnaround times, so don’t be afraid to call around and ask what the current status is at each location to get results as quickly as possible."},{"_id":"6JQ3Y7Y6ZVERPIGP3BJM5B2MKI","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779745,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"One option that cuts off the appointment-scheduling wait is Intermountain Healthcare’s self-serve tests. Essentially, you pick up the PCR test, swab yourself at your home or in your car, then drop off the sample at an Intermountain facility. Intermountain then emails you the results. Those results still may take over 24 hours to receive, but it may be the quickest or most convenient option for people who can’t make an appointment work."},{"_id":"PYCDZZHUVNCZDCM7QQE5OGOPPA","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779746,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"If results will just take too long on those tests, then rapid tests may be your only choice. Those have been difficult to find recently."},{"_id":"2SF2K6RYZZC3JAGDSVDVVFL3XI","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779747,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Online product trackers like NowInStock track when online retailers have various tests in stock to ship to your door. I recommend watching that site and stocking a couple of them in advance of getting sick. Then you’ll have the tests when you need them."},{"_id":"6MZCF555DNCAHOHON56QL33SKQ","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779748,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"What if you can’t wait for them to be shipped? I recommend going to the websites of big retailers like Walmart, Target and CVS to see what stores have which tests in stock on shelves. As of this writing, Walmart and Target had no tests in stock, and CVS didn’t have any tests available close to me in Salt Lake City — but if I drove out to their West Valley City or West Jordan locations, they had them on shelves."},{"_id":"KTWVQDUGWVCTBHGN4LOSH5U65A","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779749,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Of course, in-store stock tracking is never perfect, and please be nice to the employees at pharmacies, retail stores and testing facilities if they aren’t able to meet your needs. To be sure, the lack of testing availability is a huge bungling of mismanagement in the face of extremely predictable demand — but not by the actual workers at those places."},{"_id":"YJP3BYB52RGO3PFS753C7JN2JA","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641504779750,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Those are just normal folks, doing the best that they can in the face of unprecedented levels of sickness in our community. And boy, do most of us know that feeling."},{"_id":"BPLPYO2ZFZEL7OJNM2MKUC7HNY","type":"text","additional_properties":{"_id":1641509867255,"comments":[],"inline_comments":[]},"content":"Andy Larsen is a data columnist for The Salt Lake Tribune. 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To curators and historians, the evolving meaning of our objects is far more fascinating than whom they label as unrighteous. The collections of the Smithsonian contain, for instance, pikes from John Brown’s failed slave rebellion in the South in 1859. At different moments since then, his pikes have symbolized a demented terrorist’s scheme for mass murder, a religious fanatic’s fiery crusade and a hero’s lonely struggle for justice.","type":"text"},{"content":"President Andrew Jackson’s dueling pistols — once proof of the aggressive populism of a fighter honored in Democratic banquets and the names of generations of boys — now could not be displayed without mention of the ethnic cleansing of Native Americans for which he often fought.","type":"text"},{"content":"Moments that outwardly resemble Jan. 6, involving both violent mobs and their powerful enablers, have proved particularly ripe for revision, following a familiar pattern of normalization and valorization. When gangs of anti-Catholic bigots rampaged through a convent in Charlestown, Mass., before burning it to the ground in 1834, it was among the most explosive flare-ups of the 19th century’s rampant nativism. Yet in the wake of the attack, no less a figure than the telegraph developer (and vocal immigration opponent) Samuel Morse sounded eerily like recent apologists defending the so-called political prisoners of Jan. 6. “I know of no one who justifies the illegal violence,” he opined, “but I unhesitatingly say, that the feeling of indignation which animated the populace, was a just and proper feeling.”","type":"text"},{"content":"Nothing in our past, no matter how blatant it may seem to us today, is guaranteed eternal condemnation. Even bloody antidemocratic coups can find their monuments. In the aftermath of the 1872 Louisiana governor’s election, won by a multiracial Republican coalition 56 to 43 percent, the losing white supremacist Democrats launched two uprisings, murdered policemen, warred with federal troops in the streets of New Orleans and even captured the former Confederate Gen. James Longstreet (then fighting against the coup). An obelisk commemorating the second of those insurrections went up in New Orleans 18 years after the shooting stopped and came down only in 2017.","type":"text"},{"content":"Of course, our immediate future may shape the distant memory of Jan. 6. The elections in 2022 and 2024 will help determine whether the big lie becomes the official truth. Already a significant segment of the population has embraced fictions about the Capitol attack. In a national poll recently released by the University of Massachusetts, more than 30 percent of respondents said they do not accept the legitimacy of President Biden’s 2020 victory, and 25 percent opposed investigating those who sought to overturn the election.","type":"text"},{"content":"Our recent reckoning with American history has shown the indelible impact of staid forms of institutional power, like dedicating monuments, inscribing plaques and holding hearings. Enshrining rioters as heroes could be done fairly quietly. Those living in a bubble of fake news have shown their willingness to also fake history. After the 1776 Commission and state-level bans on teaching about America’s racist past, we should be ready to see the whitewashing of Jan. 6 as well.","type":"text"},{"content":"History also shows that unknowable politics of the distant future will color the memory of Jan. 6. Like latter-day rebels who have embraced the Confederate flag as a hazy symbol of Southern heritage, white supremacy and general misanthropy, Jan. 6 could be honored by people who share little more than the desire to offend. Or a national reconciliation, after our age of division is finally over, might lead Americans to both-sides this history into meaninglessness, displaying riot shields from far-right terrorists and liberal counterprotesters side by side in museums as moral equivalents.","type":"text"},{"content":"And no matter who wins the history wars of the future, the horrific attack on the Capitol will likely bore schoolkids one day, quizzed on Bunker Hill, the Compromise of 1850, the Battle of the Bulge and Jan. 6, whatever that was. Our trauma will be their homework.","type":"text"},{"content":"There’s no controlling what the future will say about us. Generations just keep coming, re-evaluating old heroes and asking new questions. Children present at the unveiling of the Capitol’s shaman statue in 2086 (should that or other mind-boggling commemorations come to pass) could grow up to challenge their parents’ narratives about Jan. 6. Maybe the Smithsonian’s objects from the day — the dusty suit of a congressman who helped clean up the Capitol after the attack, the badges worn by National Guard members who protected Washington in the aftermath, the signs with religious and political slogans rioters used to justify violence — will help guide those young people to a reading of the past that is based on evidence.","type":"text"},{"content":"We cannot know; we have no ownership over what is to come. The best we can do is map our moment scrupulously, to preserve the signposts that will lead to a place we’ll never see.","type":"text"},{"content":"As curators, as historians, as citizens, we are frequently reminded that the past is a foreign country. But so is the future.","type":"text"},{"content":"Jon Grinspan is a curator of political history at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and the author of “The Age of Acrimony: How Americans Fought to Fix Their Democracy, 1865-1915.” ","type":"text"},{"content":"Peter Manseau is the director of the museum’s Center for the Understanding of Religion in American History and a project adviser for Uncivil Religion, a digital resource about the religious dimensions of Jan. 6.","type":"text"},{"content":"This article originally appeared in The New York Times.","type":"text"}],"credits":{"by":[{"name":"Jon Grinspan and Peter Manseau | For The New York Times"}]},"display_date":"2022-01-08T16:00:00Z","headlines":{"basic":"Commentary: This is what American history may look like in 2086"},"last_updated_date":"2022-01-08T16:00:00.791Z","promo_items":{"basic":{"caption":"(Mark Peterson for The New York Times)","url":"https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/sltrib/RC53QAIESRGLXA44UJTUQ45BCE.jpg"}},"publish_date":"2022-01-08T16:00:00Z","subheadlines":{"basic":"Historians are regularly confronted by hard physical evidence of just how slippery the past can be."},"taxonomy":{"primary_section":{"_id":"/opinion/commentary","name":"Commentary","parent_id":"/opinion","path":"/opinion/commentary"},"sites":[{"name":"Commentary","path":"/opinion/commentary"},{"name":"Opinion","path":"/opinion"}],"tags":[{"description":"National commentary","slug":"commentary-national","text":"National commentary"}]},"website_url":"/opinion/commentary/2022/01/08/commentary-this-is-what"},{"_id":"6X6LW2XWCJAB5K7YQGJG5NUBEE","canonical_url":"/opinion/commentary/2022/01/08/david-brooks-why","content_elements":[{"content":"When it comes to elections, the Republican Party operates within a carapace of lies. So we rely on the Democrats to preserve our system of government.","type":"text"},{"content":"The problem is that Democrats live within their own insular echo chamber. Within that bubble, convenient falsehoods spread, go unchallenged and make it harder to focus on the real crisis. So let’s clear away some of these myths that are distorting Democratic behavior:","type":"text"},{"content":"The whole electoral system is in crisis. Elections have three phases: registering and casting votes, counting votes and certifying results. When it comes to the first two phases, the American system has its flaws but is not in crisis. As Yuval Levin noted in The New York Times a few days ago, it’s become much easier in most places to register and vote than it was years ago. We just had a 2020 election with remarkably high turnout. The votes were counted with essentially zero fraud.","type":"text"},{"content":"The emergency is in the third phase — Republican efforts to overturn votes that have been counted. But Democratic voting bills — the For the People Act and its update, the Freedom to Vote Act — were not overhauled to address the threats that have been blindingly obvious since Jan. 6 last year. They are sprawling measures covering everything from mail-in ballots to campaign finance. They basically include every idea that’s been on activist agendas for years.","type":"text"},{"content":"These bills are hard to explain and hard to pass. By catering to D.C. interest groups, Democrats have spent a year distracting themselves from the emergency right in front of us.","type":"text"},{"content":"Voter suppression efforts are a major threat to democracy. Given the racial history of this country, efforts to limit voting, as some states have been implementing, are heinous. I get why Democrats want to repel them. But this, too, is not the major crisis facing us. That’s because tighter voting laws often don’t actually restrict voting all that much. Academics have studied this extensively. A recent well-researched study suggested that voter ID laws do not reduce turnout. States tighten or loosen their voting laws, often seemingly without a big effect on turnout. The general rule is that people who want to vote end up voting.","type":"text"},{"content":"Just as many efforts to limit the electorate don’t have much of an effect, the Democratic bills to make it easier to vote might not have much impact on turnout or on which party wins. As my Times colleague Nate Cohn wrote last April, “Expanding voting options to make it more convenient hasn’t seemed to have a huge effect on turnout or electoral outcomes. That’s the finding of decades of political science research on advance, early and absentee voting.”","type":"text"},{"content":"Higher turnout helps Democrats. This popular assumption is also false. Political scientists Daron R. Shaw and John R. Petrocik, authors of “The Turnout Myth,” looked at 70 years of election data and found “no evidence that turnout is correlated with partisan vote choice.”","type":"text"},{"content":"The best way to address the crisis is top down. Democrats have focused their energies in Washington, trying to pass these big bills. The bills would override state laws and dictate a lot of election procedures from the national level.","type":"text"},{"content":"Given how local Republicans are behaving, I understand why Democrats want to centralize things. But it’s a little weird to be arguing that in order to save democracy we have to take power away from local elected officials. Plus, if you tell local people they’re not fit to govern themselves, you’re going to further inflame the populist backlash.","type":"text"},{"content":"But the real problem is that Democrats are not focusing on crucial state and local arenas. The Times’ Charles Homans had a fascinating report from Pennsylvania, where Donald Trump backers were running for local office, including judge of elections, while Democrats struggled to even find candidates. “I’m not sure what the Democratic Party was worried about, but it didn’t feel like they were worried about school board and judge of elections races — all of these little positions,” a failed Democratic candidate said.","type":"text"},{"content":"Democrats do not seem to be fighting hard in key local races. They do not seem to be rallying the masses so that state legislators pay a price if they support democracy-weakening legislation.","type":"text"},{"content":"Maybe some of the energy that has been spent over the past year analyzing and berating Joe Manchin could have been better spent grooming and supporting good state and local candidates. Maybe the best way to repulse a populist uprising is not by firing up all your allies in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C.","type":"text"},{"content":"The crisis of democracy is right in front of us. We have a massive populist mob that thinks the country is now controlled by a coastal progressive oligarchy that looks down on them. We’re caught in cycles of polarization that threaten to turn America into Northern Ireland during the Troubles. We have Republican hacks taking power away from the brave state officials who stood up to Trumpian bullying after the 2020 election.","type":"text"},{"content":"Democrats have spent too much time on measures that they mistakenly think would give them an advantage. The right response would be: Do the unsexy work at the local level, where things are in flux. Pass the parts of the Freedom to Vote Act that are germane, like the protections for elections officials against partisan removal, and measures to limit purging voter rolls. Reform the Electoral Count Act to prevent Congress from derailing election certifications.","type":"text"},{"content":"When your house is on fire, drop what you were doing and put it out. Maybe, finally, Democrats will do that.","type":"text"},{"content":"
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Stores nationwide saw similar supply problems when the delta variant was running wild. And labor shortages, exacerbated by the pandemic, may make it more difficult to produce those items and get them onto shelves.","type":"text"},{"content":"Here, by category, are some of the scarce items in Utah, according to people who responded to The Tribune’s request for comments:","type":"text"},{"content":"Produce • Carrots, broccoli, lettuce, cilantro and other vegetables; bananas and other fruit (though “no one wanted the grapes and blueberries,” one respondent said), and bagged salad kits.","type":"text"},{"content":"Staples • Milk, canned beans, ramen noodles, Pillsbury biscuits and crescent rolls, bagels, chicken, sausage and large containers of Greek yogurt.","type":"text"},{"content":"Other food • Pasta sauce, chips, toaster strudel and spices — one respondent listed several spices and ingredients that are believed to have antibacterial properties: Nutmeg, cloves, ginger, garlic, honey and apple cider vinegar.","type":"text"},{"content":"Beverages • Orange juice, ginger ale, Gatorade and Fresca were mentioned — and one person said “alcohol,” though it wasn’t clear whether they meant beer or rubbing alcohol.","type":"text"},{"content":"Other household items • Garbage bags, cat food and cat litter.","type":"text"},{"content":"Medicine • Cold medicine, chewable Pepto-Bismol — and one of the hardest commodities anywhere: COVID-19 home tests.","type":"text"},{"content":"Even when groceries are available, inflation has led to a decline in Utah’s consumer sentiment, according to a new study published by the Kem C. 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