Systemic racism, the public and private policies that create and reinforce advantages for some communities over others, plagues the United Sta… Read more
Vaccinations that will help humans resist COVID-19 have left recipients with the feeling that the confining windows of a global pandemic may f… Read more
Unless Gov. Brad Little utilizes his big red veto stamp, cow pies will become more valuable and more important than human health in Idaho. Read more
Someday, science will be able to show that 24/7 politics kills brain cells. So, take a break and think about something that’s really important… Read more
Rep. Deb Haaland, D-N.M., likely will be the first Native American named to lead the federal agency that has the most influence over the lands and issues that affect the nation’s indigenous people.
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 residence “with the intent to harass, annoy or alarm another person.”
Anyone who ever wondered what the phrases “tying yourself up in knots” and “gaslighting” mean need look no further than U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky. Sadly, what McConnell did, rather than said, may come back to bite Americans in the backside.
A north Idaho State Representative declared this week that the COVID-19 pandemic is over. Of the 1,681 Idahoans who had died at that time, she said, “That is nowhere close to a pandemic.” The death toll has since risen to 1,714, according to the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare.
Margaret Brennan’s interview of former White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Dr. Deborah Birx for the Sunday morning show “Face the Nation” was a master class in how government should function and why it often doesn’t. Americans should take the class lesson seriously.
To turn the page to a more peaceful future, Americans must make solid efforts to tone down rhetoric and seek bipartisan following the inauguration of President Joe Biden. Those changes won’t stick unless the nation confronts the origins of the chaos that led up to today’s transfer of power.
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 Capitol. Those questions all start with the letter W: Why, Who and Where.