BNSF’s ‘Sandpoint Junction Connector Project’ Hearings Are Well Attended and Upbeat

BNSF’s ‘Sandpoint Junction Connector Project’ Hearings Are Well Attended and Upbeat

      Wednesday, May 23, the Idaho Department of Lands (IDL) held public hearings on the application received from BNSF Railway Co. to construct a second train bridge adjacent to and west of the existing train bridge across Lake Pend Oreille and...
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et tu Rudy?

et tu Rudy?

      So did Rudy Giuliani just betray President Trump as sure as Brutus did Caesar? I think so. The fate isn’t fortunately about murdering him, it is all about the heinous act of betrayal. What good can Giuliani be possibly...
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Dimm’s & RHINOs vs. Patriots & Our Constitution

Dimm’s & RHINOs vs. Patriots & Our Constitution

      This title sounds like the greatest wrestling match of all time for all the marbles. FACTOID: It is. The question is: Is the referee the corrupt media or awakened American patriots armed with the Constitution who will purge ...
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Spokane CAPR 2018 Banquet

Spokane CAPR 2018 Banquet

      “… urban planners have long believed that too many Americans live in single-family homes and they think more should live in apartments or condos.” — Randall O’Toole, CATO Institute Spokane’s a...
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Voting Done Nicely!

Voting Done Nicely!

      Obviously, voting for candidates because they are nice is absolutely the wrong reason for electing them. Nice is nice. But how elected officials make judgments and actually vote according to our U.S. and Idaho Constitutions ...
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Common Core ‘Free,’ Judeo-Christian, Classical Education for Your Children Does Exist – An Invitation

Common Core ‘Free,’ Judeo-Christian, Classical Education for Your Children Does Exist – An Invitation

      Please see meeting invitations at end of the article. This quote, “Our greatest natural resource is the minds of our children,” came from the great Walter Elias Disney. Truer words were never spoken, because our ...
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Problem: Two Trains, One Bridge

Problem: Two Trains, One Bridge

      Actually, up to 50 trains… a day! Still… one bridge. The beautiful northern Idaho town named Sandpoint could be called Railroadville since as many as 50 railroad trains pass through the town every day and some of...
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Free Event: ‘Is Free-Market Capitalism Moral?’ A Resounding Success

Free Event: ‘Is Free-Market Capitalism Moral?’ A Resounding Success

      On Saturday, April 14th, in Post Falls, Idaho, the Free Event: ‘Is Free-Market Capitalism Moral?’ – Sponsored by FEE (Foundation for Economic Education) and Northwest Liberty Academy (NWLA) hosted an audience m...
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Democrats’ Three Biggest Blatant Lies Exposed

Democrats’ Three Biggest Blatant Lies Exposed

7     Growing awareness of the failures of the Democrat Party’s strong brand of socialism today have left the socialist crazies who have taken over the party evidently no choice but to double down on poker-faced lies that are alw...
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Why NAFTA and All ‘Free Trade’ Must Be Stopped

Why NAFTA and All ‘Free Trade’ Must Be Stopped

      Free trade is a true misnomer, a ruse. Free trade is not fair trade. It always has lots of controlling tentacles. NAFTA is the example for why we should get out of all Free Trade Agreements (FTA’s). NAFTA proponent Gar...
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51st State Status for Liberty State Gains Momentum

51st State Status for Liberty State Gains Momentum

8     Matt Shea, Washington State’s firebrand state representative from Spokane County is extremely pleased to report that the endeavor to create a new state out of eastern Washington which would be the 51st state named Liberty h...
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KC Lincoln Day Dinner Again Declares ‘Making America Great Again Begins In Idaho’

KC Lincoln Day Dinner Again Declares ‘Making America Great Again Begins In Idaho’

      With the recurring theme ‘Making America Great Again Begins in Idaho,’ the Kootenai County GOP’s annual Lincoln Day Dinner was a great success especially when you consider the large turnout was on a Friday ...
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