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President Donald Trump and his Republican enablers are ending October the way they began late last winter when the pandemic came to the United States: with gaslighting, misdirection, blatant lying and the largest diversionary propaganda campaign in American political history.
How many U.S. attorneys general can you name? A few Americans may remember Robert F. Kennedy served in his brother’s administration. Fewer may recall John Mitchell, who was eventually imprisoned for crimes committed on behalf of President Richard Nixon. Janet Reno’s newsy eight years as attorney general included President Bill Clinton’s impeachment, in which she did not interfere.
When I was first elected to Congress, I came to Washington, D.C., ready to serve my neighbors, learn from my peers and accomplish legislative goals that benefit Idaho. This has never changed. What has changed, unfortunately, is the rancorous tone in Washington, D.C., and the ever-widening pa…
Our notions of homelessness don’t frequently bring to mind images of school children being among those without secure and stable housing.
“Jared Kushner is under federal investigation for diverting money to terrorist organizations according to a guy I met at the gas station who told me he works for the FBI” is something I would never be allowed to publish.
If you believe that bad information leads to bad outcomes, then you’ll vote yes on Referendum 90 — a bill that puts better information about health, relationships and sex in front of Washington’s school children.
Thank God for the rain. The horrific smoke from the wildfires was killing me. I know that the environmental community is happy, too. They have been in a state of panic and running in full damage control mode for the past couple of months as our Western public lands were being destroyed by ca…
Whatever else you think about Democrat Rudy Soto’s campaign for Congress in Idaho’s 1st District, whether you approve of him and his platform, this much is clear: He’s doing what a candidate should do.
You can be forgiven if you missed a story a few weeks back that in more normal times would have received a great deal more attention. The details seem particularly important in Idaho and in the Pacific Northwest, but certainly no political figure in Idaho — or the region for that matter — ha…
If you are investing for your newborn’s college education or even for that retirement that’s still a few decades away, you’re going to be in the stock market.
Why have no former Idaho Falls Police Department officers been prosecuted for their conduct leading to the conviction of Christopher Tapp? Why has there not been even an announcement of an investigation?
The inability of Seattle’s City Council and Mayor Jenny Durkan to collaborate on police reform and solutions to homelessness is deeply troubling.
I came across a meme this week on Facebook that summed up how I feel about this year’s presidential race. It goes like this: “A vote is not a valentine, you aren’t confessing your love for the candidate. It’s a chess move for the world you want to live in.” And let me add, it is only one move.
During the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic, when almost everything was shut down, people in my Meridian neighborhood found a way to get through those dark days.
Crafting the city of Walla Walla’s two-year budget is always a daunting task. It will be tougher than ever in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Responses to presidential tweets aren’t typical material for this space, but this was an Idaho-focused tweet, and it seems worth a few more than 280 characters.