OpEd: Placing our Fears on Republicans

My OpEd ran in today’s Moscow-Pullman Daily News.  Echelon Insights, an opinion research and analytics firm, released their February Verified Voter Omnibus Survey that demonstrates how completely differently Democrats and Republicans view the world and where the future of the culture war is going. Echelon asked the following question of Democrats and Democrat-leaning voters: “how concerned are …

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 3/1/21 IDAHO AUTHOR FACES JAIL TIME ON FARCICAL CHARGE MOSCOW, ID – The normally sleepy college town in northern Idaho has long been known as a blue dot in a very red state, a place where red and blue voters—farmers and loggers and university professors—have lived side by side for years with …

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Now It’s Two: Second Woman Claims Cuomo Sexually Harassed Her

Now it’s two. A second woman who worked for Democrat New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is accusing him of sexual harassment. Charlotte Bennett, 25, worked as an executive assistant and health policy adviser in the Cuomo administration until she left in November. She told The New York Times that the harassment began in the spring of …

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$100M in Jobless Claims Went to Inmates

The U.S. Labor Department’s inspector general said this week that roughly $100 million in fraudulent unemployment insurance claims were paid in 2020 to criminals who are already in jail. That’s a tiny share of the estimated tens of billions of dollars in jobless benefits states have given to identity thieves in the past year. To …

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Lambert, Latah County Commissioners oppose property tax bill

There hasn’t been a Moscow politician who didn’t love high taxes.  It’s funny. They complain about the cost of living in Moscow, then they try to tax the residents so that only the wealthy can afford to live here.  It’s because of cities like Moscow and counties like Latah that the Idaho Senate is working …

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These California School Board Members Were Caught Bashing Parents Who Want Schools To Reopen In What They THOUGHT Was a Closed Meeting

I heard about this on Armstrong & Getty today.  Do school board members really talk like this? They should all be immediately fired/recalled.  Clearly, the school board doesn’t represent the parents or kids any any way.  The Oakley, California School Board should be in deep fear of backlash for comments made by members of the board …

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OpEd: It’s imperative to cancel the cancel culture

My OpEd ran in today’s Moscow-Pullman Daily News. It’s about canceling the cancel culture.  Until recently, leftists championed the motto “I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.” No longer. We have seen Antifa’s no platforming strategy morph into the progressives’ “cancel culture,” with Hollywood …

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Critics: 59 million freelancer jobs, $1.2 trillion in annual earnings at stake in debate over PRO Act

Not the party of the little guy.  If enacted, the Democratic-sponsored PRO Act could eliminate most forms of independent contracting, gig work and freelancing – potentially impacting as many as 59 million freelance workers who represent 36 percent of the total U.S. workforce. In 2020, the freelance community accounted for $1.2 trillion in earnings, according …

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