Up until last week, it was a campaign pledge was more akin to the humor so enjoyed by middle school boys than anything serious.
After all the preaching and preening, it turns out they’re just a bunch of money-grubbers.
You probably haven’t heard of this lady, but at one time she was a pretty big deal.
Two recent news items are worth noting – even though reporters took little note.
To hear them tell it, life itself hangs in the balance.
So, most people would agree, this is kinda’ funny.
So both sides make good points.
It was one promise Barack Obama kept.
Both stories are sad. One, however, is inspirational – the other is a tragedy.
The Gentle Giant is back.
Joe Biden embarrassed himself again. But in what may be a first, this time it's not for what he said. It's for what he didn’t say.
News last week from the razor blade company showed that, despite evidence to the contrary, common sense survives.
Greg Coppola and Tulsi Gabbard have one thing in common.
Elizabeth Eckford would not have fit in at Boise State University.
So if this is such a good deal for us, how come it’s not a good deal for them?
This is one gay guy they weren’t proud about.
This is one of those pictures that just kicks you in the gut. A photo that makes the reader stop, look, try to look away, then contemplate – and that’s saying a lot in a world where we are exposed to thousands of images every day.
Whoever let Burgess Owens in the room should be penalized.
Finally, some good news in the bakery wars.
So, you won’t find it on the best-seller list anytime soon, but a recent report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration is somewhat interesting.
This is one of those news items that readers would quickly recognize as a joke.
Mike Trout signed a contract that will pay him $426.5 million over 12 years. That’s about $35.5 million per year to play baseball. To a sharp-eyed lawyer with a bent for litigation – the Trout contract is more than that.
The good news is they stopped yammering about abolishing ICE.
It’s not new, but this time it is different.
Patrons in the Kootenai School District will also vote May 21 on a supplemental levy. The $750,000 levy is for two years.
So here’s a bit of news you may have missed.
So here’s a potpourri of items collected over the last several weeks that may be of interest. Potpourri, of course, is the French word for “there is a deadline and you better get something done.”
Now here’s a puzzler.
This is one of those crazy stories that just keeps getting crazier.
Here’s a riddle: What’s the difference between Justin and Joe?
So it turns out James Damore was ahead of his time.
So there is no shortage of debate over illegal immigration in this country.
So which came first, the chicken sandwich or the egg?
So here’s a scary thought. We could go to our files, pull out a column written some 30 years ago, run it in this space today – and readers could not tell it was old news.
Measles and Socialism are spreading.
So after recent events, the question arises: Which is the greater danger, farting cows or bloviating politicians?
There was been a blackout for news not related to the blackface scandals. There was, however, one tidbit that surfaced last week that should not be whitewashed.
It turns out that “Me Too” really means “Just Not Us.”
So we are long overdue on an update about the Muslim who converted to Christianity and was arrested.
These are really smart people. They work in places called think tanks. They write for very important newspapers. They make speeches. They talk on TV.
We need a bigger plane.
Since the last thing we want to be is sexist we absolutely refuse to call it a cat fight.
We want to thank all our subscribers, both to our newspaper and Web site, scattered throughout the states and around the world. May you all have a prosperous and healthy New Year!
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The investigation has been ongoing for a long, long time. Occasionally we get snippets of information about what the FBI has uncovered, but for the most part we know very little about what happened.
About the only thing Meng Hongwei and Jamal Khashoggi have in common in that their names are really hard to pronounce.
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Some things are just too bizarre, too outlandish, too absurd to be true.But never underestimate the ability of Leftists to amaze.There is a recent and growing trend among the Left to accost, berate, belittle – even punch – anyone with whom they may disagree. There is some reason to believe t…
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