What Good Would A Con-Con Do?

What Good Would A Con-Con Do?

According to the Freedom Index, found in the New American magazine, our federal elected representatives have a long way to go toward voting for legislation, based on the Constitution. The Freedom Index chooses the 40 most important pieces of legislation...
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Crony Capitalism

Crony Capitalism

It doesn’t matter if you are a Republican or a Democrat—a liberal or a conservative—or if you live or do business in Boise, Idaho or Washington D.C. The impact of a very few special interest groups that represent a small...
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Jihad Idaho: why it can happen here and how to be ready

Jihad Idaho: why it can happen here and how to be ready

September 11, 2001 was a day which mirrors December 7, 1941. An unexpected attack by an increasingly aggressive Japan caught the Pacific Fleet off-guard. The Commander, Admiral Kimmel had been responding to war warnings which were vague,and regular patrols wer...
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We have one year to change America’s future

We have one year to change America’s future

The future of America will not be determined in the 2016 elections. It will be determined in the 2016 primaries. Conservative candidates cannot win a general election if they are not the party’s nominee. As such, we have one year...
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Analysis of Legislative Committee Report on the State Acquiring Title to and Control of Federal Public Lands in Idaho

Analysis of Legislative Committee Report on the State Acquiring Title to and Control of Federal Public Lands in Idaho

In 2013 the Idaho legislature approved House Concurrent Resolution (HCR) 21 and HCR 22. These resolutions authorized appointment of an Interim Legislative Committee to complete a study on the process of the State of Idaho acquiring title to and control...
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What’s wrong with Idaho’s education system and what can we learn from a successful private school?

What’s wrong with Idaho’s education system and what can we learn from a successful private school?

Two months ago we had an opportunity to visit The Ambrose School. This is a private not for profit Traditional Christian school with about 400 students from K-12. When we first drove onto the school grounds you would think your...
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Unconditional Surrender

Unconditional Surrender

A word of caution about Utah Rep. Ken Ivory. Instead of enforcing the Constitution, he wants to open it up for revision by initiating the first national constitutional convention since 1787. However, the Constitution doesn’t need to be changed; office-ho...
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Young Americans for Liberty Utah State Convention

Young Americans for Liberty Utah State Convention

Friend, In just one week we’re hosting the YAL Utah State Convention. Register today. It’s so simple and free!
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Freedom of the Press? Equal Access? Not in Idaho’s State House

Freedom of the Press? Equal Access? Not in Idaho’s State House

A few weeks ago I went to our State Capitol Building to see about acquiring capitol correspondent credentials or basically a press pass for the capitol, for the Gem State Patriot. I walked into the “Press Room” and there were...
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HCR 18 – The Most Important Decision

HCR 18 – The Most Important Decision

What matters most to Idaho legislators’ constituents is that they honor their oath of office and uphold the Constitution. Our decline in recent years is solely because our elected representatives have been violating that very oath they swore to uphold...
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A Brief History of the Republican Party

A Brief History of the Republican Party

Many of us are engaged in the arduous struggle to restore our constitution and promote the principles which are the foundation of the American Republic. The contest is often between an entrenched elite and the many who have come to...
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SBAC Resolution

SBAC Resolution

DO OUR LEGISLATORS REALLY LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE? IS OUR GOVERNMENT “OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE AND FOR THE PEOPLE”? WE WILL SOON FIND OUT. PLEASE READ THE DOCUMENTS BELOW: SBAC Resolution Cover Letter SBAC Resolution, signed by various...
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