Smugglers drop children over US border barrier

Thank you, President Biden. Ages 3 and 5.  Video released Wednesday by U.S. officials shows two Ecuadoran children being dropped by smugglers over a 14-foot-high barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border. The two were checked for injuries and are now in the care of U.S. authorities. (March 31)

OpEd: Bemoaning the Demise of Fourth Estate

This OpEd ran in today’s Moscow-Pullman Daily News.  We need media that provide unbiased reporting of the news. And the press like to market themselves as that Fourth Estate. Two classic examples of their acting in that role are the investigations of Nixon’s Watergate activities and Edward Snowden’s revelations about the NSA. However, the media has a …

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Idaho Lt. Governor Concerned City of Moscow is Prosecuting Teens for Stickers

From Moscow Report:  Coeur d’Alene, Idaho–Saturday, Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin expressed concern that City of Moscow is prosecuting teens for posting stickers on poles. “There are some in power that do not believe our people are still experiencing restrictions on their freedoms,” McGeachin said, speaking at the Kootenai County Republican Lincoln Day event. McGeachin shared …

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Idaho Churchgoers Sue Police, City Government After Being Arrested For Not Wearing Masks Outside

It also made national news on the Daily Wire:  Three Idaho churchgoers who were arrested last fall for not wearing masks at an outdoor service are suing city authorities for violating their constitutional rights. The Thomas More Society filed a lawsuit this week on behalf of Gabriel Rench, Sean Bohnet, and Rachel Bohnet against the City of …

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Three people arrested at singing event sue Moscow

Former Latah County Commission candidate Rench, Moscow couple sue city for allegedly violating their First Amendment rights at September event outside City Hall Here’s the rub for the city of Moscow: they have admitted publicly that the arrests were illegal, then they passed a resolution to fix the loophole.  From the Moscow-Pullman Daily News:  The …

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