Rep. Chad Christensen, R-Ammon, has settled into his role as the Legislature’s Don Quixote, so desperate to be seen slaying giants that windmills all around him take on threatening form.

We don’t say it often, but President Donald Trump is right.

It is our ordinary custom not to respond when a guest columnist criticizes this newspaper. We usually give them the last word. But when a group uses the space we offer to the community to mislead our readers about important matters of fact, that demands a response.

Editorial Cartoons

Rebecca Schroeder wrote a very well worded and thoughtful column about her organization's effort to place an education funding initiative on the ballot. Presumably, this is to do what the state has failed to do: fund K-12 funding at higher levels. For those that will not take the time to vis…

Thanks to the Post Register for publishing Nathan Brown’s well-researched articles on the INL’s involvement with NuScale small modular nuclear reactors and in ensuring the security of electrical distribution of wind energy. The world is increasingly adopting solar and wind energy and other z…

My thanks for another of Jerry Painter’s wonderful front-page articles, this one about Mackay High School’s foray into aquaculture. Great article, great subject and a great teacher. And kudos to your editorial staff for that well-deserved skewering of Chad Christensen. His nitwittery calls t…

I'm all for Reclaim Idaho's plan to tax corporations and the rich 3 percent more in taxes to fund education. In early 2016 an Idaho newspaper found that corporate income taxes amounted to less than 3 percent of our state budget. With the 2017 GOP-Cult of Trump tax cut bonanza to corporations…

The Scheids used their familiar pattern to illustrate a serious problem in our country and malign Congressional Republicans for offering "thoughts and prayers."

When will the tragic car accidents end on these county roads? Last week we lost a young mother of two. That corner has had eight fatalities. Most other corners out here have had multiple deaths and countless injuries from people blowing through the stop signs.

I've a question for Andi Elliott. Elliott asks, in a letter titled "Not allowing guns on premises is a liability," if " ... they have noticed that most mass murders happen in gun-free zones." Which is actually not the case, as the shooting in the Walmart store in Texas, as far as I have read…

I have a 2003 Monte Carlo. I bought it brand new. I have any and everything (door dings, etc.) repaired. I have tried to keep it in pristine condition. I had noticed a rock chip and door ding. All of a sudden I notice rust in all the wheel wells. I am confused; when did this happen? I take i…

I am in shock — I absolutely agree with Mr. Smith's Thursday Post Register column regarding the education of the kids of the country, state and Bonneville County in particular. Whew, the shock is slowly wearing off.

It's good to see that Ammon's initiating the use of water meters has finally stirred some comment from the Post Register's editorial board. It's only taken them four to five years to address this in "Our View" in the Sept. 8 paper.