Idaho House Bill 162

Idaho House Bill 162

H.B. 162, Idaho Council on Federal Lands, has passed the house and forwarded to the Senate Resources & Environment Committee for a hearing on Monday, March 11, 2019 at 12:15pm. The purpose of this legislation is providing for a legislative...
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Network For Landscape Conservation

Network For Landscape Conservation

It is well known that the federal government is heavily in bed with non-governmental organizations (NGO), especially our resource agencies through the Department of Interior (DOI) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS). What may not be understood is how big...
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House Joint Memorial 6

House Joint Memorial 6

In this 2019 legislative session, House Joint Memorial 6 (HJM 6), Wildlife Crossings, has passed through the Transportation & Defense Committee for a third reading. It specifically relates to the omission of local citizen and government involvement in the ...
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Community Based Tourism

Community Based Tourism

Technocrats, those who are driven to have scientific control over society, are working hard to ultimately design how we recreate, known as Community Based Tourism (CBT). In there quest for ultimate control, they are determined to design the area where...
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Heck NO, Rep. Simpson

Heck NO, Rep. Simpson

The federal government has increasingly been engaging in public-private partnerships (P3) as a way in which to fund projects. A huge portion of these partnerships involves conservation and land use, but not to the advantage of Idahoans. Rep. Simpson was...
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Sec. Zinke’s hypocrisy could not be more Unbelievable!

Sec. Zinke’s hypocrisy could not be more Unbelievable!

The level of hypocrisy coming from Sec. Zinke could not be more unbelievable. In a recent interview on Breitbart, he blasted “…environmental terrorist groups that have not allowed public access…” to public land, not allowed timber harve...
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Does Senator Risch Work for Idahoans or NGOs?

Does Senator Risch Work for Idahoans or NGOs?

Sen. Risch proudly announced he is sponsoring a bill with two Democrats that will provide funding for conservation across the U.S. The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (S. 3223) will use money from energy development on federal land and water to...
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It’s Time To Revisit The GNLCC

It’s Time To Revisit The GNLCC

Some time has passed since exposing the Great Northern Large Landscape Cooperative (GNLCC) and with new events, it is time to take another look at just how pervasive, diabolical, and advanced this agenda has become. As a reminder, in 2010...
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The Truth About Nampa’s Wastewater Treatment Plant

The Truth About Nampa’s Wastewater Treatment Plant

Nampa citizens recently passed a bond that will pay for upgrades to its wastewater system. The bond authorizes funding up to $165 million dollars with an average sewer rate increase of 16.75% each year over the next 7 years, with...
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Sec. Zinke Wants To Reorganize The DOI

Sec. Zinke Wants To Reorganize The DOI

In addition to reinstating large conservation cooperatives (LCC) after revoking them through his Secretarial Order 3349, Sec. Zinke now has grand plans to reorganize the Department of Interior (DOI) which will further erode state sovereignty. The essence of re...
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Sec. Zinke Partnering With Conservation Initiatives

Sec. Zinke Partnering With Conservation Initiatives

It is understood that all conservation initiatives and non-governmental organizations (NGO) are attached to Washington D.C., they hobnob together, make their devious plans in partnership, and leave us out. With the exposure of activity behind the Great Norther...
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Is Society the Real Reason for Mass Shootings and Violence?

Is Society the Real Reason for Mass Shootings and Violence?

With the latest, tragic shooting in Parkland, Florida, the pundits have been going at it with solutions including gun control, more mental health services, increased safety measures in schools, and the list goes on. None of these ill-conceived ideas will...
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