Could Little’s Budget Cuts Mean Higher Taxes on the Horizion?

Could Little’s Budget Cuts Mean Higher Taxes on the Horizion?

Governor Little has asked all state agencies to cut their budgets by 1% for this year and 2% for next because of falling tax revenues. He has also asked our state colleges to cut their budgets by 1% this year...
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Make Idaho Great and Conservative Again

Make Idaho Great and Conservative Again

For the past twelve years, we have had a very popular Governor named Butch Otter who proclaimed Idaho as the reddest of the red states, the conservative bastion of America. Well, folks, we hate to tell you but that has...
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Pick your Poison: Bieter or McLean

Pick your Poison: Bieter or McLean

The words that seem to permeate the vocabulary of Lauren McLean are sustainability, social justice, environment, climate, anti-discrimination, conservation, diversity, and inclusion. My friends, these are the same words that are prominent in comments made by t...
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Have the Rich and Powerful Taken Over our Idaho?

Have the Rich and Powerful Taken Over our Idaho?

The Gem State Patriot has been talking for years about the political corruption in Idaho and the powerful people behind the scenes pulling the strings of our elected officials. This Cabal of elite wealthy businessmen and women along with our...
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Chameleon Politicians of Idaho

Chameleon Politicians of Idaho

Do you really know the politicians you are electing to political office? Because if you don’t, you are leaving yourselves open to be taken advantage of by the very people who are supposed to be serving and protecting you. The...
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Slaying Idaho’s Leftist Dragon

Slaying Idaho’s Leftist Dragon

If you want to slay the Dragon, you have to be willing to cut off its head. Only the voters of Idaho can wield that sword by cutting funding to those institutions that are at the forefront of the liberalization...
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Idaho Turns Blue?

Idaho Turns Blue?

This morning, we talked about how Idaho is changing, little by little, each election cycle with the crony politicians continuing to dominate our legislature. Much of this is because of the ambivalence and inability of Idaho’s voters, who live in...
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The Transition of the Treasure Valley

The Transition of the Treasure Valley

The growth in the Treasure Valley is not going to stop until you elect officials who are not tied to the campaign contributions of the developers who are in control of the politicians. When I first moved to the Treasure...
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Former Interior Secretary Sally Jewell Unwelcome in the Gem State

Former Interior Secretary Sally Jewell Unwelcome in the Gem State

Sally Jewell, former Secretary of Interior under President Obama, took the gloves off last week when she gave a speech at Boise State. According to a story by the Idaho Statesman on September 26th, Jewell proceeded to berate the Trump...
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Why our Federal Forests are so Poorly Managed

Why our Federal Forests are so Poorly Managed

I believe that each of our elected federal Senators and Representatives in Washington D.C. needs to have at least one qualified natural resource staffer to help them understand the problems we face in our counties and state. Idaho is a...
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Why war with Iran is not imminent

Why war with Iran is not imminent

The Middle East has had foreign soldiers on their soil since 1914, when British soldiers landed at Basra, in southern Iraq, to protect oil supplies from neighboring Persia. Since that time, there has been a continued struggle for control of...
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Are we at the Tipping Point?

Are we at the Tipping Point?

Our Church was one of the first in our community to institute security measures for the protection of our members, and we have offered our protocols to other churches in the area that felt the need to secure their own...
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