The Facts Speak for Themselves! OP-ED by Congressman Russ Fulcher

The Facts Speak for Themselves! OP-ED by Congressman Russ Fulcher

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is proceeding with impeachment charges against President Trump. As a member of Congress and an Idaho Representative, I understand the gravity of the situation. Every future U.S. President will be subject to the precedent Congress...
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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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The Dangerous Cults of Veganism and PETA

The Dangerous Cults of Veganism and PETA

Vegans are people with a radical belief that all life is equal, animals and people. Their belief system is skewed and riddled with ‘stinking thinking’ as this link shows. They will not eat anything containing animal products of any kind...
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Ode to the “Great Swamp Creature”

Ode to the “Great Swamp Creature”

Today is a great day for America. Nancy Pelosi has announced that the Democrats in The House of Representatives have filed Articles of Impeachment against President Trump. The slimy liberal progressives have finally crawled out from under their rocks. This...
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Is Luke Mayville really a Professor or a Promoter for Medicaid Expansion?

Is Luke Mayville really a Professor or a Promoter for Medicaid Expansion?

In this week’s edition of Idaho Politics Weekly Luke Mayville has written a letter thanking all his volunteers for helping pass Medicaid expansion. A pleasant gesture for sure, but to me it really points out the great chasm between progressive...
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Handing over Idaho on a Silver Platter

Handing over Idaho on a Silver Platter

Is the State of Idaho being complacent, manipulated, or purposely implementing a plan to relinquish our State sovereignty? Idahoans are, and have always been, a different type of people. Rugged, self-sufficient, and independent, we love our beautiful state and...
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“Medicaid Expansion” Everyone makes out Except the Taxpayer?

“Medicaid Expansion” Everyone makes out Except the Taxpayer?

“Bubbles we buy with a whole soul’s tasking” Speaker of The Idaho House of Representatives Scott Bedke and the majority leadership in the Idaho House offered an editorial in Idaho Politics Weekly entitled “Medicaid Expansion is throwing...
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Reimagining the Rural American West (Part 3 of 3)

Reimagining the Rural American West (Part 3 of 3)

Continuing with the second Western Governors Association (WGA) Reimagining the Rural West (RRW) workshop, held November 4 & 5 in Santa Fe, more details were revealed about the objectives to transform, not reimagine, rural communities. Up to this point, pan...
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Commentary on the impeachment Hearing from Congressman Russ Fulcher

Commentary on the impeachment Hearing from Congressman Russ Fulcher

I spent some time personally witnessing today’s impeachment hearing. Here are some observations: What made today’s hearing interesting was not what happened “in” the hearing, but rather, what happened “around” it. Initial te...
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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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Let’s Make Idaho Great Again

Let’s Make Idaho Great Again

On July 13th of this year, I penned an editorial published in The Gem State Patriot entitled “Where are our Legislators on Health Care?” Several other Idaho physicians have asked the same question and opined in editorial pages around the...
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Reimagining the Rural American West (Part 2 of 3)

Reimagining the Rural American West (Part 2 of 3)

In the first Reimagining the Rural West (RRW) article, the Western Governors Association (WGA) panel discussions were reviewed for what this “project” intended to execute on rural communities. The second WGA workshop was held on November 5 & 6 ...
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