• Issue of
  • May 10-16, 2006
  • Vol. 14, No. 45

News

  • Why I Ran
  • Why I Ran

    A military deserter explains why he left the Army for Canada
  • Why I Ran (UNEDITED TRANSCRIPT)

    Because of space limitations in the print version of BW, our interview with Robin Long was edited for size. Inside, please find the unedited transcript of Rachael Daigle's interview with Long.
  • Kristina Luckey
  • Kristina Luckey

    Boise teacher Kristina Luckey is passionate about finding ways to give more to her students. But the Garfield Elementary teacher is in a unique position to do something about that.

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  • Bull Heck

    If you grew up in Idaho, or maybe if you just occasionally listen to conservative talk radio, you probably think you know what sweaty, drunken aggro-patriotism looks like or sounds like. Maybe you recall certain T-shirts or questionable jokes, or maybe you just think of a decal you once saw on the back of a pickup. But unless you went to the Professional Bull Riders tour stop last weekend at the Idaho Center, you don't know bull. On the PBR, patriotism is the flaming letters U-S-A erupting in the middle of a dirt-filled ring. It's a 10-minute video introduction that actually counters shots of bulls bucking with clips of warfare in the Middle East. It's riders with Army sponsorship logos on their backs, flags on their chests and crosses on their chaps.

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