Will Senator Cruz’s Antifa Hearing Make a Difference?

Protecting speech, stopping anarchist violence. Why is that hard to agree on? Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) led a congressional hearing on the anarchist violence of Antifa framed by the co-occurring issue of protecting free speech amid peaceful protests. Though Senator Cruz’s Antifa hearing was aimed at drawing attention to the violence being perpetrated by Antifa, …

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Why Are Protesters Burning Bibles & Flags?

The scene Americans awakened to over the weekend could have been out of an ISIS propaganda video: images of protesters in Portland burning bibles and American flags. The bible and flag burnings were part of the continuing protests at the Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse in Portland. Those protests, which turned violent after midnight, were …

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Portland mayor decries violent protesters

PORTLAND, Ore. — The mayor of Portland, a city wracked by nearly 70 consecutive nights of unrest, on Thursday angrily denounced those who attempted to set a police precinct on fire with officers stationed inside as props in President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign and said those individuals were not protesters, but criminals. “You are not …

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Joe Biden Holds A Diversity Training Seminar For The African American Community

WILMINGTON, DE—During a recent interview, Joe Biden made comments stating that unlike the African American community, Latinos are diverse with a multitude of opinions and attitudes. Biden has now decided to address this lack of diversity himself and host a diversity training seminar for the black community. https://babylonbee.com/news/joe-biden-holds-a-diversity-training-seminar-for-the-african-american-community/

Moscow will start school year with hybrid model

If Moscow Schools can pack 5-days worth of schooling into two days, why not just make school two days long?  And what of all those classes that are not taught? Band, orchestra, PE, electives?  The Moscow School Board voted unanimously Tuesday night to begin the school year with a hybrid instructional model, which includes two …

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Christian schools soldiering onward

With the fall semester rapidly approaching, three private Christian K-12 schools on the Palouse say they are carefully preparing to resume fully in-person classes as infection rates continue to surge both nationally and regionally. … Leaders with Logos School, a classical Christian school in Moscow, said it too plans to resume face-to-face instruction. Logos Superintendent …

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Police talk ‘next step’ in mask compliance

Moscow City Council feels it is time to get serious about enforcing the order; chief says officers will continue to use discretion with regard to warnings, citations Moscow police officers will continue to educate when responding to alleged face mask order violations, but violators should expect to receive at least a verbal or written warning …

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NSA: ‘No riots. No masks. In person. This fall.’

New Saint Andrews College in Moscow is moving forward with in-person instruction for the fall semester and while the school plans to keep students 6 feet apart at all times, it will not require them to wear face masks in school facilities. NSA President Ben Merkle said because the school does not offer services like …

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UI Would Lose At Least Another 28 Million Dollars If Classes Moved Online This Year

The University of Idaho would lose at least another 28 million dollars in revenue if the institution moved to online instruction for the upcoming academic year. UI President Scott Green discussed the institution’s plans during a virtual town hall with employees on Tuesday. Green says the university remains committed to in-person classroom instruction this Fall …

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Idaho North Central District of Public Health Now Showing Over 55% of Cases as Recovered, Latah County Adds 10 New Cases Over the Weekend

LATAH COUNTY – The Idaho North Central District of Public Health reported a total of 10 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Latah County over the weekend, bringing the county total to 83. Of the 83 confirmed cases, 38 (45.7%) have recovered, and there have been zero deaths. Of those ten new cases, seven are …

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