|Published November 18, 2008|
This Thanksgiving, have an attitude of gratitude
Thanksgiving is much more than a big meal with family and friends. It's a time to reflect on, and be thankful for, all of the good things you have. It's important to be grateful, not just on Thanksgiving, but each and every day. Rather than lamen...
Editor's Notes- About California's Proposition 8
I have been disturbed lately by the controversy concerning Proposition 8 in California. In California in the year 2006 they had an estimated population of 35,893,000 people. Of those people I don't know how many of them are registered voters. But...
Letter to the editor: Transition to Obama
President-elect Obama has a new website to discuss the transition process and what he's going to be implementing after being sworn into office. And in light of that solemn act of being sworn into office, I submitted the following on that website:...
Letter to the editor: The gift of good health
The holiday season is here again. But amidst the hustle and bustle of gift-giving and family get-togethers, seniors enrolled in Medicare Part D should carve out time to consider whether they want to stay with their current prescription drug plan....
Letter to the editor: Students chant "Assassinate Obama" on school bus
I can't believe that Upper Valley Republicans are teaching their children the same thing that the Right Wing Religious Fanatic's of the KKK teach their children. Rexburg is the most Republican county in the nation and they are proud of this. Cont...
Letter to the editor: Create millions of jobs
The $700 billion bailout might free up credit markets, help banks with bad mortgages, and provide relief to people who are in foreclosure, but it will not fix our economy.
Slim Randles' Home Country
This is the polished time, the pinnacle of life. This is fall, when everything puts on its best for the world to see, and that makes it special. The sultry heat of summer has passed, and in its place we have cool mornings when the tiny snap of wi...
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April 25, 2011
Do you you think the national deficit that Congress has been struggling with can be better solved by increasing taxes or by cutting spending?
Increasing taxes (6.01%)
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