House Joint Memorial 6

House Joint Memorial 6

34     In this 2019 legislative session, House Joint Memorial 6 (HJM 6), Wildlife Crossings, has passed through the Transportation & Defense Committee for a third reading. It specifically relates to the omission of local citizen and government involvement in the decision...
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Community Based Tourism

Community Based Tourism

1     Technocrats, those who are driven to have scientific control over society, are working hard to ultimately design how we recreate, known as Community Based Tourism (CBT). In there quest for ultimate control, they are determined to...
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A Case against Fining Drivers for Using Cell Phones

A Case against Fining Drivers for Using Cell Phones

53     I would like to chime in on the legislative argument requiring larger fines for cell phone use while driving. I think the government has infringed on our freedoms enough. We all know it is dangerous to be distracted by talking.....
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Why are Idaho School District Levies & Bonds EXEMPT From Campaign Finance Reports?

Why are Idaho School District Levies & Bonds EXEMPT From Campaign Finance Reports?

4     Coeur d Alene School District 271 is asking for another levy in the amount of $40,000,000 for the next two years. The election is March 12, 2019. All taxpayers in Kootenai County will be required to provide these funds through...
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Is there Forest Service Bias in Forest Plan Revision?

Is there Forest Service Bias in Forest Plan Revision?

64     Should Forest Service managers with direct oversight for Forest Plan Revision attend (and chair) meetings of an organization that could influence plan revision? Forest Service personnel from the Salmon-Challis National Forest (S...
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Six Problems with “Marsy’s Law for Idaho”

Six Problems with “Marsy’s Law for Idaho”

203     1. It creates broad new rights which do not apply to all people. The “Marsy’s Law for Idaho” proposal (SJR101) would create an entirely new constitutional right “to reasonable protection from the accuse...
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Industrial Hemp – Good or Bad for Idaho?

Industrial Hemp – Good or Bad for Idaho?

319     The Real Problem: My good friend Tom Munds often talks about how big government has control of our lives and Mark Meckler insists emphatically that we need a constitutional convention so we can change our lives by changing the ...
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Heck NO, Rep. Simpson

Heck NO, Rep. Simpson

291     The federal government has increasingly been engaging in public-private partnerships (P3) as a way in which to fund projects. A huge portion of these partnerships involves conservation and land use, but not to the advantage of ...
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Why Legislative Do-Gooders Hurt More than Help

Why Legislative Do-Gooders Hurt More than Help

4     Minimum wage and Medicaid Expansion are programs designed to help those on the margin. Unfortunately, those who seem to assume a position of moral superiority—in days past, they were called “do-gooders”—don’...
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The Democratic Party’s History of Anarchy: Part 4

The Democratic Party’s History of Anarchy: Part 4

9     Whether it was the Southern Democrats donning the white hoods to intimidate minorities and enforce Jim Crow laws or turning a blind eye on union violence, the Democratic Party has not been shy about embracing violence to get what...
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Among Other Problems, “Marsy’s Law for Idaho” is Backdoor Gun Control

Among Other Problems, “Marsy’s Law for Idaho” is Backdoor Gun Control

898     The backers of “Marsy’s Law for Idaho” claim that their proposal to modify Idaho’s Constitution will “provide additional rights to crime victims.” On the surface, this may sound like a good i...
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Socialism is here – You Just Don’t Recognize It

Socialism is here – You Just Don’t Recognize It

364     Socialism has been a part of our government structure since FDR who was the first president to introduce social programs in the nineteen hundreds. Let’s take a look back into his history and see some of the social program...
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