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Don’t Drink & Vote (Opinion)
As of this writing, my favorite Election Day story comes from right here in Idaho.  At least one grocer in Idaho Falls posted a sign on the beer cooler telling shoppers there wouldn’t be any beer sales today.
Commentary: Gran Torino is a Great Easter Movie
This Holy Week I’ve been thinking about my favorite Christian film.  It’s also my favorite Clint Eastwood picture.  It’s called Gran Torino.  If you watch the trailer I’m linking to here you’ll start to ge…
Commentary: Our Last Easter Together?
When I think of the early Christian martyrs they no longer appear through a distant lens.  Events of the last few years and especially last two weeks are hammering the final nails into what may well be the next great wave of martyrdom.  My, Lord, they’re threatening to kill…
9 Tasty Peeps Cocktails That’ll Help You Forget Easter
It's Easter weekend, and we all know what that means -- time to eat some ham and get your crunk on. We've always said if you aren't risking an insulin coma, you aren't really drinking, so here are some Peeps-themed cocktails to prove you love Easter but hate your body...
The 9 Cutest Easter Baby Bunnies
Easter's right around the corner, so it's time to get into the holiday spirit. Create some awesome eggs, stuff yourself with Peeps--whatever floats your Easter boat. If none of this prep works for you though, we say take a cue from these Easter bunny babies.
14 Awesome Easter Eggs You Should Definitely Make
Easter is coming! Usually we aren't very excited about this holiday, because ham is an everyday part of life the way we roll. However, these hand-painted eggs have us excited for the holiday we haven't celebrated since 2009.
If you're tired of dunking some eggs in vinegar-scented food …
The 10 Weirdest Bunnies in Pop Culture
You may not be aware, but the Easter Bunny has been around for a long time. Easily one of the most recognizable symbols of the holiday, the loveable critter was first mentioned in an essay by German physician and botanist Georg Franck von Frankenau all the way back in 1682. Funny, we always figured …