Editorial Cartoons

Early voting has begun. As you cast your ballot for District 32 representative, please consider what it means to live in a democracy. It means living together with people of differing values and opinions and not viewing each other as a threat but as vital to a democratic country. Democracy i…

{span}Pokazuha — An effort to disguise a bad state of affairs by showing off everything in a positive aspect. {/span}The Russians have this name for it because they needed a name for it. And now, I think, so do we.

This past Saturday, Sept. 19, one of the most phenomenal events I have ever witnessed in Idaho Falls took place at Melaleuca Field that included a nationally recognized keynote speaker and 1,400 in attendance despite an earlier hailstorm. Yet the event received no coverage from the Post Regi…

There’s a bill before the US Senate, introduced by Florida Sens. Rubio and Scott, that will extend daylight saving time until November 2021. While an added hour of late afternoon sunlight allows people from Orlando to San Diego extra time for theme parks, beaches and golf courses, along the …

It’s convenient for Bryan Smith to accuse Democrats of breaking the rule of law but leaves out his own party, the Republicans, and the president from ignoring and breaking the law. Get real, Bryan.

Rural hospitals have faced mounting financial pressures for years, but the COVID-19 pandemic has made things worse. For these hospitals to continue treating at-risk patients and strengthening their local economies, Congress needs to provide some relief for them now.

Governors are in charge of public health, not the president. In Europe, the prime ministers are in charge of public health, because they do not have states.

Do you know what the college your child attends is supporting and teaching your child? Many of Idaho’s institutions of higher education are signing up to support the Marxist organization Blacks Lives Matter with over a billion dollars in assets. I watched an interview with one of the founder…

Students shouldn’t feel held back by their school. Every student has unique needs that aren’t always met by a one-size-fits-all environment. And this is true for many students across Idaho.