Category: Opinion

Opinion

Thoughts Concerning Quantum Physics

By Philip A. Deutchman
Reader Contributor

In the Oct. 26 issue of the Reader, there was a column by Suzen Fiskin about the Science of Quantum Happiness.

The article …

Lunch with the Mayor: Part Five

By Mayor Shelby Rognstad
Reader Contributor

I want to thank everyone who came to the first “Lunch With the Mayor” at Cedar St. Bistro on the last Thursday in October. …

Letters

  • Do the Right Thing… Dear Editor, I am asking the Reader to do the right thing by retracting the vile insinuation Ben made that implies I am a Holocaust denier. I have never been and never will be a Holocaust denier. If you print a retraction I will put this behind us. Lee Santa Sandpoint
  • Note to Scarlette… Dear Editor, This message is in response to the last article posted by Scarlette Quille of Single in Sandpoint. Scarlette, your initial thoughts on transgender bathroom use intrigued me. There were some great arguments that helped me ground my own beliefs around the subject matter. A few that stood out to me: Since ...
  • Kudos to Kramer… Dear Editor, I have a few “Bouquets and barbs” to Bonners Ferry! Thank you to the voters in Boundary County for primarily electing Dave Kramer as Sherrif! Mr. Kramer helped me personally at a time when I was having trouble. He is a very kind and strong person and we will be ...
  • Dubious Election… Dear Editor, The approval rating of Hillary Clinton is 42%, and Donald Trump is at 29%. That means that if the election was held today and it was between Hillary, Trump, and none of the above, the latter would win. In fact, I think many would write in “please God please,” ...
  • Dirty Politics… Dear Editor, I listened to “Face to Face” on KSPT today and heard Dan McDonald tell Chris Bessler, sitting in for Bob Wynhausen, that there were dirty politics in recent campaigning in Bonner County. I am only aware of one such incident. The “Face to Face” show on May 13 is being ...