I would like to give special thanks to some of the people who have been on my mind as of late. First and foremost, I want to thank our President for his climate change program and the huge increase it has caused in the price we pay for fuel for our homes and cars. I want to thank Dr. Fauci for his inconsistent decisions on masks and his push to have all our children vaccinated with an experimental drug even though they are the least at risk from the Covid 19 virus.
I want to thank all of the heads of the CDC and NIH for not recognizing that there is such a thing as natural immunity. I also want to thank them for the protocols they have issued to all hospitals requiring them to reject the use of hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin on Covid patients even though they have been proven effective.
I want to thank Governor Little for his declaration of a state emergency when none really existed. I want to thank him for closing nonessential businesses, and taking billions in federal aid with lots of strings attached and keeping Idahoans from gaining access to Hydroxychloroquine.
I want to thank the progressive republicans and Speaker Bedke for their terrible handling of the Ethics committee report in censuring Representative Priscilla Giddings, one our most conservative legislators, for exercising her First Amendment right to free speech. I want to thank Alex Lebeau the Chairman of IACI for the leadership role he played in forcing so many of our nurses to leave their jobs because of required vaccinations at our hospitals.
I want to thank all of our public health officials for their promotion of false information and the undue hardships they have caused for their employees and patients and the general public with their mask mandates. I want to thank Mayor Mclean for turning Boise Blue in such a short time and for canceling our Veterans Day and Christmas Day parades. I want to thank all of our progressive republican legislators for wasting over $100,000 of our tax money for a special session that did nothing for the people who elected them to office.
Most of all I want to thank those serving in the military who are the sentries and defenders of Liberty of this great nation we call America and for the civil servants in law enforcement who protect and serve our communities.
Last but not least, I want to thank Kevin Miller of 580KIDO radio for being the Voice of the Treasure Valley and allowing all of his listeners the opportunity to express their views on his show regardless of who they support or represent. His show has truly become the voice of the Treasure Valley and we should all hope and pray that he will be around for a long time to come.
Thanks to our staff and writers for their contributions and to all of our subscribers and readers for their loyalty and donations that have kept this newsletter alive for over 10 years.
May God Bless you all and preserve our great state and nation we live in.
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