I've been in Southwestern Utah, where the internet connections are iffy-to-impossible and there are towns with names like Virgin and Orderville, one of the sites of early Mormon experiments with communism. Trust me, it didn't work out any better for Orderville than for Kirkutsk.
Or, as my DP said after a gas stop where you must pay inside, "you think the restroom must have a peep hole."
So nothing to report quite yet, except this piece about the Mormons who helped shape the Bush position on torture, from an LDS attorney and former intelligence officer who taught interrogation techniques:
Also, I read this: