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Leadership For Truth

Where Are the Voices of Truth and Liberty? A couple of items popped up on my computer this last week that made me wonder where we are as a Christian community and commitment. First I saw a local church in our community making a bold statement to their flock that said this: “…..Church will not […]

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The Christian Vote

Analyzing The Turnout and The Issues This past election was called by many as “the most important election of our lifetime”. We’ve heard that before and maybe it is true. There is no doubt that if you are a Christian, you have felt the insanity in our government and our culture. If this election was […]

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The Radical Agenda Was Planned

We Have 100 Years of Attacks to Undo The 1964 presidential election between Johnson and Goldwater was the first major election that I was all in on. As a college student that wasn’t yet 21, I couldn’t vote but with my “Goldwater ’64” bumper sticker on the back of my ’55 Chevy I became a […]

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But If Not…

God’s Hand In History As His People Seek Him I am no different than many people in our country as we look for a “red wave” to save us and turn this country around on November 8th. As with most Americans, we realize that we are at a tipping point in our country. The Constitution, […]

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August 30th School Vote Fact Sheet

Be an Informed Voter!! The Coeur d’Alene School District is asking the voters for $80 million over the next 10 years for a variety of projects. Please use these facts as a basis for your vote next Tuesday: The vote is scheduled about 10 weeks before the general election in November. The district could have […]

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CDA School Election: Eight Million Dollars for Ten Years!

You may be asking yourself why are we voting on a school maintenance election on August 30th less than ten weeks before the general election on November 4th? The County Clerk, Jim Brannon, asked the same question at a County Commissioner meeting on July 19th where he said the cost of this “special election” would […]

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A Positive Challenge to Christians

How are we to be salt and light? Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify […]

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Follow The Science!

Governor Brad Little Hasn’t Changed J.D. Rucker summarized the news this last week that “following the recommendations of a Big-Pharma-controlled panel of “doctors” who unanimously voted to approve jabbing young children with the unsafe and completely ineffective Covid-19 “vaccines”, the FDA has approved the shots for any American over 6-months old.” Governor Little who has […]

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A Spiritual Battle or Political?

Putting on the armor for what is ahead! Have we gone from traditional politics into spiritual warfare that attacks the roots of what has made America the greatest county in the history of the world? When we talk about “demonic influence” and the spiritual attacks we face today in almost every aspect of our life […]

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Two Idahos This Election? Or Two Republican Parties?

For patriots and conservatives, the results of the May primary were discouraging and a blow for freedom on a statewide scale. After the two years of lockdowns and restrictions on our state and the tyranny imposed by our Governor, Attorney General and leaders in our legislature we thought the eyes of the electorate would be […]

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Citizenship and Voting — Elections Matter!

“Bad politicians are sent to Washington by good people who don’t vote.” ~ Daniel Webster, US House Representative and Senator Idaho will vote on May 17th and our voting history is interesting and instructive over the past decades. Idaho elected Donald Trump for President by 30 points in 2020. Three counties voted for Biden: Latah […]

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Have We Lost The Culture War? The Long March Won

In the last article that ran recently we went back in time to lay out the complete takeover of the critical institutions that establish truth and morality in our culture. That included education, main stream media, colleges, law, entertainment and popular culture. If you thought that was a stretch you only had to look at […]

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