The following is from an email my mother sent out on February 21, 2019 to her children, grandchildren, and some close family friends: We had quite a scene at the Beehive […]
Chris Henrichsen is a high school government teacher.
Officially, this change is part of a shift toward more personal and family study which is home-based. Unofficially, it is a shift away from a meeting structure which has grown stale.
I have not blogged in 2017. This post will make my one and only post of 2017. In some ways, 2016 burned me out early in the year. I didn’t recover in […]
Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal. Few words […]
I turn 40 tomorrow. In my lifetime, Barack Obama is the only Democrat to secure more than 50 percent of the popular vote. Sure, Al Gore and Hillary Clinton got the plurality […]
#NeverTrump of 2016 was a lot like #AnyBodyButBush in 2004. They both failed. I worried about this back in the early summer. In the ballot booth we vote for individuals (or parties). […]
So I was way off with my predictions. The only thing that went my way yesterday was Nevada. Here, Clinton won. Catherine Cortes Masto defeat Joe Heck to keep Harry Reid’s seat […]
Click the map to create your own at 270toWin.com Two months ago, I would have predicted Clinton getting closer to the 350 mark. I think it is still possible, but I also […]
In Idaho, you can register to vote at the polls as long as you can show that you have resided in Idaho for the 30 previous days. This far into Fall semester, […]
Less than two months before he was assassinated, President John F. Kennedy spoke in Salt Lake City, Utah at the Salt Lake Tabernacle of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. […]
The last time I bought red Converse All-Stars, I had just left Casper College. It was a time of deep pain and frustration. When we recently did a little back-to-school shopping, I […]
I just finished teaching a night class at a local university. The five week course covers United States and Nevada political and constitutional history. During our first meeting in July, we covered […]