Electoral College Certification Process was Unconstitutional

Electoral College Certification Process was Unconstitutional

It was a sad day in America on January 6-7, 2021 when President of the Senate Mike Pence and a majority of Congress used an unconstitutional process to “confirm” the results of a fraudulent, corrupt election in favor of candidates...
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Why was Trump’s Speech Censored?

Why was Trump’s Speech Censored?

President Trump’s December 23 speech about the fraudulent General Election was censored by the mainstream media. Fortunately, the speech can still be viewed above or at this link. (Content begins at the 1:30 mark.) Citizens’ testimony during state ...
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Deep State Exposed

Deep State Exposed

If anyone disputes that “Crooked Hillary” deserves such a title and/or that a “Deep State” shadow government headed by Barack Obama exists, this five-minute video published on December 15, 2020, should dispel all doubt: https://www.bitc...
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A Great Reset IS Needed

A Great Reset IS Needed

Part of the so-called “progressives” campaign clamor is to advocate for “The Great Reset” of society. I agree a reset of society is needed, but not in the form they prescribe. “No thanks” to a globalist agenda, riots and cha...
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Ballot Recounts and Audits Do Not Reverse Voter Fraud – What are Possible Solutions?

Ballot Recounts and Audits Do Not Reverse Voter Fraud – What are Possible Solutions?

I commend the many county clerks and other election officials who lawfully and competently conducted this year’s very complicated General Election. I do not believe fraud occurred in my county. Unfortunately, however, fraudulent activities at the county ...
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Open Letter to Governor Brad Little

Open Letter to Governor Brad Little

Dear Governor Little: Our state has made it through winter. The grass is green, calves dot the landscape, the peas have sprouted in the garden, and birds are happily nesting. Instead of focusing on illness, death, and testing 2,000 people...
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Is there Forest Service Bias in Forest Plan Revision?

Is there Forest Service Bias in Forest Plan Revision?

Should Forest Service managers with direct oversight for Forest Plan Revision attend (and chair) meetings of an organization that could influence plan revision? Forest Service personnel from the Salmon-Challis National Forest (SCNF) and Intermountain Region of...
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Rebuttal to Publius Huldah Article on COS Project

Rebuttal to Publius Huldah Article on COS Project

I am writing in response to the “Publius Huldah” (PH) article published by the Gem State Patriot on January 11, 2018. PH derides a mock convention of states (COS) based on the content of the amendments proposed. I agree that...
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Representative Government in Idaho Is Broken

Representative Government in Idaho Is Broken

Submission to Gem State Patriot: September 30, 2017 Evalyn Bennett, 6 East Ute Road, Salmon, Idaho 83467 (208) 756-3974 Publisher’s Note: This article reprints the author’s previously published commentary in the Post Register. Those commentary exce...
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Tax Day – Time to Amend the 16th Amendment

Tax Day – Time to Amend the 16th Amendment

Tax Day is not an occasion Americans celebrate with picnics, presents, or parades. Yet we haven’t always had a Tax Day. The income tax was foisted upon us in 1913 by the generation that passed the 16th amendment to the...
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Obama Family’s Taxpayer-Funded Travel Exceeds $96 Million

Obama Family’s Taxpayer-Funded Travel Exceeds $96 Million

Thanks to Judicial Watch’s Freedom of Information Act requests, Americans now know that the Obama family spent a whopping $96.9 million on travel at taxpayer expense.[i] These expenses far exceed the President’s $100,000 annual travel expense autho...
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Opportunity to Advance Election Integrity and Bible Use Legislation

Opportunity to Advance Election Integrity and Bible Use Legislation

Idaho’s citizens have the opportunity to help advance proposed legislation for the 2017 legislative session. During the 2016 Republican convention, delegates from throughout the state passed three resolutions advocating specific legislation to be enacted...
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