First off, I maintain a web site
on hiking and peakbagging in Idaho. Lately, I have received a lot of feedback through that site reasoning that Borah Peak should actually be called Beauty Peak.
The person that first ascended the peak (T.M. Bannon) named the peak Beauty.
The benchmark atop the peak is named Beauty.
USGS topos refer to the highpoint as Beauty (and Borah Peak). Check here.
Arguably, Beauty is a better name for the peak.
It was named after William E. Borah while he was still alive, which is against USGS naming policy.
I find these arguments interesting and they actually seem prudent. Not a lot different between this and a few arguments in other states... except it wasn't named after a politician from outside the state (though some in rural Idaho would argue that Boise is its' own state).