Fulcher: This is no time for fear or panic By Chuck Malloy, Idaho Politics Weekly Contributor The deteriorating economy, and hysteria over the coronavirus pandemic, is not what a sitting president should like to see in an election year.
Overlooked bills from this year's Legislature By Steve Taggart, Idaho Politics Weekly Contributor This year's Idaho Legislature will be known for two things: 1) The coronavirus pandemic swirling around the session and 2) The failure to enact property tax relief for homeowners.
No one wants to be labeled an un-woke 'salmon racist' By Stephen Hartgen Dam removal on the lower Snake River below Lewiston is once again in the news, with so-called "experts" like river enthusiasts, journalists and columnist Jim Jones all jumping in feet first to support breaching.
These are the times that try men's souls . . . By Stephen Hartgen He was an obscure pamphleteer even then, a British-born immigrant to the Colonies, but an ardent American patriot. Yet, his little pamphlet, Common Sense, written in early 1776, stirred a continent to action.
Leadership amid a major crisis -- how is the Trump team performing? By LaVarr Webb, Publisher A major crisis is always a severe test of the leadership of the person in charge. Right now, Pres. Trump is being scrutinized and judged on his leadership during the coronavirus pandemic. It will certainly have ramifications for his re-election.