A few readers don’t like the sharply pointed critical observations of Trina Pettingill about President Trump. But for many other readers, she crisply exemplifies the courage it takes under the First Amendment to place in public space shared opinions that speak truth to power. Critics are the…
While President Trump is pardoning two turkeys for Thanksgiving, every one of us can exercise that same presidential power by choosing a nonviolent Thanksgiving observance.
Jerry Sehlke’s article appearing in the Nov. 16 edition of the Post Register was squarely on.
Mr. Little won the Idaho governorship, not as the best person for the job, but as the lesser of two evils.
While is was not surprising, noting his political persuasion, for Neal Larson to attribute to Jesus the Webster definition of “compassion”, perhaps it is time for him to reread the New Testament.
Alan Larson’s latest column attacking Idaho’s Proposition 2 is similar to other articles I have come across, the main goal of which seem to be to ensure that the name Obama never makes it into future history books.
I was able to listen to the debate between Janice McGeachin and Kristen Collum on public radio.
On a recent trip to Arizona to attend a family event, I brought along a book, "Miracle at Philadelphia, the story of the Constitutional Convention." Having read it carefully many years ago, the underlined parts remained in my memory as unusually significant.
For almost two years now I have listened to Ms. Pettingill share with us her extreme dislike of President Trump as presented in letters to the editor. Someone with her mindset appears to be me to be lacking in a complete sense of civility based on her continued foul mouth, most recently call…
Dear Neal Larson,