Idaho House Bill 195 deserves a big “Say what?” It would criminalize picketing or demonstrations on a public street or sidewalk in front of a … Read more
To turn the page to a more peaceful future, Americans must make solid efforts to tone down rhetoric and seek bipartisan following the inaugura… Read more
The mob attack on Congress on Wednesday left only questions in its wake, questions that need to be answered quickly in order to resecure the C… Read more
Those begging, pleading and urging Idaho’s Republican legislative leaders to postpone the Legislature’s winter session should step back and reconsider.
The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over, but it looks like its final chapter has begun. That chapter will celebrate the remarkable scientific achievement of development of a vaccine in an astonishingly short time. The vaccine, from Pfizer-BioNTech, was shipped this week just nine months after the p…
It sounds like the city of Hailey is working toward increasing the supply of workforce housing. However, no matter how well-intended, its efforts will fail if it relies only on increasing the supply without controlling the price of rentals and other workforce housing.
Joe Biden can’t officially take over as president of the United States until Jan. 20. Given the damage being done as the current administration both resists a smooth transition and makes damaging last-minute decisions, he should announce some cleanup plans right away.
More than a month after the election, Idaho’s two senators and two representatives are still part of an undistinguished majority of Republican elected officials so cowed by the rants of the defeated president that they will not do the honorable thing and acknowledge that Democrat Joe Biden i…
The election is over, but the false narrative created by President Donald Trump’s outgoing administration is still going strong. That narrative will burrow into the American system and fester for decades, infecting voters’ trust in democracy, unless reality can dig it out.
Idaho top elected officials have refused to hear what citizens say about sticking a 200-foot eyesore of a cell tower in the shadow of the Sawtooth Mountains near Red Fish Lake. Their refusal was arrogant and contemptuous of the public.
Idaho Gov. Brad Little has steadfastly refused to impose a statewide mask order to slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Now the number of cases in the state are at record levels and climbing. Hospitals are sending up SOS signals and announcing that they soon will be overwhelmed.