Governor Little knows how to pull the wool over Idaho’s eyes

Governor Little knows how to pull the wool over Idaho’s eyes

The reason we have legislatures is to represent the people. Unfortunately, we see total disregard for ours by our governor with the veto of SB 135 and SB 1136, which passed both chambers with overwhelming support. These bills would have...
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Governor Libby Little Exposed Nationally

Governor Libby Little Exposed Nationally

I have been writing for a year about Governor Little and how he has made a sharp turn to the left and no one seems to accept that fact. Well, citizens of Idaho, you must read a scathing article written...
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Nobody is going to tell Brad Little what to do

Nobody is going to tell Brad Little what to do

(Especially not our Legislature) I have been talking about this on the Kevin Miller Show for two months and finally, someone woke up and did something to effect the possibility of a real link between the value of your home...
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When Idaho takes Federal Money, there is a Price to be Paid

When Idaho takes Federal Money, there is a Price to be Paid

Why is ARPA money being offered to Idaho? ARPA money is (Biden’s American Rescue Plan Act) and accepting and spending this money threatens Idaho’s sovereignty. Once we take this money we are committed to abide by the federal rules attached to...
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Lincoln Day Dinner – Hope for the Future & Why Trump Lost

Lincoln Day Dinner – Hope for the Future & Why Trump Lost

Patriotism is alive and Well in Council Idaho: I had the good fortune to be able to attend the annual Lincoln day Dinner in Council this past Saturday and to sit at a table with Congressman Fulcher and former Constitutional...
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Get Ready for Another Gas Tax Hike

Get Ready for Another Gas Tax Hike

On Friday, it was announced that Governor Little will host state-wide sustainable transportation funding roundtables with business and local leaders around the state to deal with Idaho’s unprecedented growth. The Governor said, “Before and during t...
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Op-Ed: Why Red Wave Radio Show Should Raise a Red Flag with Conservatives

Op-Ed: Why Red Wave Radio Show Should Raise a Red Flag with Conservatives

We wasted an hour of our time this weekend listening to a 3-month-old radio show promoting the crony republicans in our legislature. The hosts of this show are Victor Miller, Chairman of the Ada County Republican Party, and former conservative...
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Sounding the Alarm & How you can Fight Back

Sounding the Alarm & How you can Fight Back

A Modern Day Paul Revere Sounds the Alarm While the liberal media portrays Ammon Bundy as an antigovernment enemy of the state we found after speaking with him this week that he is just a liberty-minded American who is willing...
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TeaPartyBob: Conservative Idaho? Not any more

TeaPartyBob: Conservative Idaho? Not any more

Good morning Kevin: Much of what you’ve been talking about this morning has to do with how our legislature allocates our tax dollars. For instance, our legislature just approved the largest supplemental appropriation in Idaho’s history for $369 mil...
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Follow the Money

Follow the Money

As most of you know, I have been following the political arena for many years and my mantra is if you want to know why something is happening in government, just follow the money. While we would all like to...
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It’s Time to Dump the Regressive Grocery Sales Tax

It’s Time to Dump the Regressive Grocery Sales Tax

(Or Dump our Governor and Legislative leaders in 2022) Let me start off with an explanation of Regressive taxes. These are taxes that place more burden on low-income earners. Since they are flat taxes, they take a higher percentage of...
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Uncorroborated Accusations and Important Legislation

Uncorroborated Accusations and Important Legislation

Comments by TeaPartyBob on this morning’s Kevin Miller Show on KIDO Talk Radio – 107.5 FM & 580 AM Good Morning Kevin: I need to comment about this article in the liberal fake news Huffington Post. This rag is the...
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