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To the White House Cabal, the Joke is on You

Many questions surround the recent trial and conviction of former President Trump. The trial itself was not related to any behavior while in office, but rather through his business dealings as a private citizen prior to taking office. Most likely the group of suspected conspirators, both within and outside of the White House, are dancing […]

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The Dangers of Blockchain

Knowing the federal government has admitted its commitment to the implementation of Agenda 2030, it becomes easier to recognize how Congress aligns with the dictates of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). H. R. 6572, Deploying American Blockchains Act of 2023, introduced by a Republican, is legislation that promotes “the competitiveness of the United States related […]

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Say No to the “WHO”

The World Health Organization (WHO) will be voting on the Pandemic “Agreement” (which was cleverly renamed as an agreement to avoid required Senate advise and consent if named a Treaty), and revision of the International Health Regulations (IHR) beginning May 27. For ease of reading, this is a shortened version of the agreement. Heck, some […]

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Can Illegal Aliens Vote?

There is much speculation and talk about why so many illegals are being allowed to enter our country, and that one aspect may have to do with building a base of voters, more so for the democratic party.  In 2021, the White House announced Executive Order (EO) 14019, Promoting Access to Voting. It begins by […]

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It’s Not A Conspiracy, Never Has Been

For years, those who have researched Agenda 21 and Agenda 2030 have tried to warn everyone about the dangers it poses. At least now it is being fully exposed as the truth. America has been financially drained for decades to implement these agendas, and will continue to be raped for attaining the goals listed in […]

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Scouting Neutered

As the news focuses on the tantalizing story of former President Trump’s hush money trial, the inflated minority antisemitic chaos across campuses which does not reflect the sentiments of 340 million people, and the latest gossip in entertainment, the evil doers continue their march in destroying one inner core of America that is hideously dismantling […]

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Department Of Defense Playing Doctor?

U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Conceived in 2019, the Department of Defense (DOD), under its Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s (DTRA) Chemical and Biological Technologies Department (DTRA), developed a program called Discovery of MCMs (medical countermeasures) Against Novel Entities (DOMANE) “to rapidly identify a combination of drugs to impact the novel biological threat from multiple targets, which […]

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Internet of Everything

Internet of Things (IoT) is basically a world of devices connected through the internet with most people using some form of this technology. But IoT is not the end goal here, it is the Internet of Everything (IoE). Basically, that means an individual’s whole world will be centered around the internet. In this Cisco commercial, […]

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What About a State Bank?

Doom and gloom messages of a financial apocalypse across the world continue, with many questions as what can be done about it. Most certainly, this federal administration has no intention of taking any corrective action, and the current Idaho governor doesn’t seem to grasp how he has entangled our state into the fray.  Creative solutions […]

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Nullification

Much has been written about the difficulties that are in abundance throughout America, but often there are few concrete solutions offered that can be instituted for correction. Taking a look at what our Founders saw as solutions may be a place to start. What options were made available to states for reigning in a government […]

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Libraries & The Legislature

In the last and current legislative sessions, the issue of access to certain books by minors continues to be at the forefront, with many in support of or in opposition to several bills.  Current Idaho Statutes address the prohibition of obscene or indecent material, some including towards minors. Idaho Statute 23-614, Idaho Statute 18-4105, Idaho […]

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Civil Society

What comes to mind when thinking about a civil society? Perhaps where people interact in a civil manner, or the community at large participates with civility, airing differences without harshness towards one another. How did the Founders view a civil society? Just prior to the Declaration of Independence, Alexander Hamilton declared, “When the first principles […]

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