The Unspoken Repercussions of Acquitted Conduct Judicial Reform (Part 2 of 2)

The Unspoken Repercussions of Acquitted Conduct Judicial Reform (Part 2 of 2)

This is the second part of a two-part series. In Part One, it was explained what acquitted conduct is and how it is being used during sentencing. It was also shown how the Prohibiting Punishment of Acquitted Conduct Act of...
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The Unspoken Repercussions of Acquitted Conduct Judicial Reform (Part 1 of 2)

The Unspoken Repercussions of Acquitted Conduct Judicial Reform (Part 1 of 2)

This is a two-part article. Part One will explain what acquitted conduct is and how it is currently being used during sentencing. It will also show how the recently introduced Prohibiting Punishment of Acquitted Conduct Act of 2019 (the Act)...
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Faceless Accusations

Faceless Accusations

When my father returned from Japan after serving for 5 years during and after the Korean War he carried with him a small book that several years earlier had been turned into a well-known Japanese play called “Rashomon” In 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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Why Bernie Sanders it Alive and Medical Costs are so High

Why Bernie Sanders it Alive and Medical Costs are so High

I was sorry to hear that Senator Bernie Sanders had an ischemic event crescendo angina or a heart attack while campaigning in Las Vegas. I was also relieved to know that he was being treated at a state of the...
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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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It’s Just Politics as Usual

It’s Just Politics as Usual

So few people today in our country have an appreciation of our own national history. Watching the news out of Washington can only be depressing. Everything is viewed through the lens of politics. Even the basic sciences have become politicized....
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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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Take action to help restore our Republic

Take action to help restore our Republic

We are blessed to have the US Constitution where our rights come from God and the Constitution is to protect those rights. There has never been a country like the United States of America in the history of the world....
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USA – Springboard to Global Governance (Part 4 of 4)

USA – Springboard to Global Governance (Part 4 of 4)

This is the last part of a four-part series. In Part One, we examined the UN’s ideology and goals as they relate to its quest for global governance. In Part Two, we looked at the DOI’s new land management strategy...
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