Over the past few weeks there have been a lot of wildfires in southern Utah. Itâ€™s been hot and dry and smoky. Luckily, few structures have been destroyed and no one has been hurt. But it was close. So as we were driving through town a few days before Fourth of July, we were amazed to see that they were selling fireworks. Fireworks! Youâ€™d think that at least this year theyâ€™d give it a pass. Leave the incendiary celebrations in the hands of professionals. But, no. Not surprisingly there was a small fire started. Once again, people had to be deployed to put it out. Amazingly, someone wrote in to the paper with the same idea as mine â€“ What are you thinking selling fireworks!!! And just as not- amazingly, someone wrote back this week that what were we going to do next, ban cars and other objects that could hurt us and others? Because in Utah itâ€™s all about individual and property rights and not so much about common sense.