Friday, 16 November 2018

Campaign investments can become social media ghost towns

Campaign investments can become social media ghost towns

By Parrish Miller

Political campaigns tend to be stressful and even frenetic endeavors as candidates struggle to fill out surveys, attend forums and debates, answer constituent questions, and keep up with advertising and social media. If a candidate is fortunate, they are able…

Gunman? Or Attacker?

By T.R. Scott

Journalists are a special breed of communicators. My mother was a small town newspaper editor, a teacher in a one-room schoolhouse, and a small-time poet. I grew up with a passion for the importance of language. Language is a sacred…

Democrats Plan Attack On Second Amendment

By R. Cort Kirkwood

— Published with Permission of — The Democrats are coming for your guns, the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times reported on Friday. The new majority of angry leftists, which includes open socialists and economic illiterates such as former barmaid Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez,…

Massive Election Fraud in at least 4 States!

By Elaine D. Willman, MPA

This information below absolutely MUST be given to the Acting U.S. Attorney General, Matt Whitaker, and the WHITE HOUSE legal counsel. As noted below, the corruption in this election has caused the likely loss of three Republican Senators (Montana, Arizona,…

The Obama/Soros machine beats Trump

By Cliff Kincaid

— Published with Permission of — The election results are hardly the “great victory” claimed by President Trump. Republicans picked up a few seats in the Senate only because unpopular Democrats were up for re-election in conservative states, and…

Open letter to Rob Curley, editor of the Spokesman Review

By Tom Horne

November 9, 2018 Dear Mr. Curley, Regarding your articles in the Sunday October 28 Spokesman Review about Scott Morris and the sale of Avista to Hydro One. Scott Morris is definitely a personable and impressive man: (from Avista fact sheet…