Welcome to Volume 56 of the Gem State Patriot newsletter. This interactive newsletter allows comments and discussion and can be easily shared via social media. Please enjoy the following articles included in this edition of the Gem State Patriot.
- Dr. Jason West knows your health choices are at risk by Bob “Nugie” Neugebauer
The Gem State Patriot Proudly Endorses Dr. Jason West as he Announces his Candidacy for Representative of Dist. 28 seat B.
- Governor Otter Veto’s Bibles in Schools Bill by Bob “Nugie” Neugebauer
I’m very disappointed with the Governor’s decision to veto the use of bibles as a reference book in our schools.
- Conservative Candidates Running for Office in May 17th Primary Election
The Candidates Listed Here are Recommended by the Gem State Patriot Editorial Staff:
- Christy Zito is running for Representative Seat 23A by Christy Zito
I am running to give you a choice in the upcoming local election. A non-establishment voice. I will work tirelessly to represent your views, to defend the sovereignty of our state, and the privacy of our people.
- Reinvigorate Private Property Rights in Idaho Now! by Art Macomber
Idaho’s police power over land use as exercised by local entities pursuant to LLUPA is a destructive power that has grown unwieldy and expensive, and has served to significantly diminish private property rights in the State.
- Democrats vs. Republicans by Jim Hollingsworth
Hillary Clinton believes climate change is the most important issue facing the world today. More important than terrorism or anything related to it.
- The Myth of Global Warming by Jim Hollingsworth
Global Warming and Climate Change are a myth designed to gain more control over our lives, to take from the wealthy and give to the poor and to turn the world into a one world socialist economy.
- A Closer look at the Jobs Report by Bob Adelmann
From a distance the jobs report issued on Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) looks pretty good: 215,000 new jobs were created by the economy in March while earnings, year-over-year, increased by 2.3 percent.
- A Bridge Too Far – Our Looming Infrastructure Crisis by Steven Neill
Infrastructure is the backbone of a nation; it connects people to services, markets and jobs. It provides clean drinking water, access to foods not locally grown and allows for the electricity we take for granted in today’s hi-tech world.
- Destruction of Western Civilization – The End of Cash by Darrell Castle
Without cash, every member of society would be forced to use the banking system for every single financial transaction. Bank “runs” would be eliminated, and the bank would collect a fee on every single transaction.
- It’s All About the Taxes, Stupid by Wayne Allyn Root
Lower taxes reward the work ethic. Lower taxes encourage the people that matter (business owners and job creators) to want to risk and invest our money, achieve, produce, and contribute.
- Politics or Principle: Where do you stand? by John Beal
How should we choose those individuals who would represent us in the halls and offices of government?
- Indian Casinos… Too Big To Fail! by Elaine Willman
Imagine a major Indian casino, the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut, reporting that its slot revenues reported to the state in April have “stabilized,” slipping only 1 percent.
- Islamic Terror – A Little History by Darrell Castle
Even the Islamic terrorists tell us it’s going to get worse. The ISIS spokesman taking credit for the brutal murders in Brussels said, “We are everywhere. We are capable of striking wherever we want, whoever we want.”
- Our Necessity for Downsizing Government by Rich Loudenback
Establishment forces are out to win and they have proven to be extremely dedicated toward taking our successful heartbeat of freedom from us replacing it with a do-as-your-told world with endless new rules and regulations for our vital lifeblood businesses and way too much of our lives.
- The Northern Rocky Mountains as a Natural Laboratory by Jim Pearl
The Northern Rocky Mountains are a land of beauty and treasure with colorful skies, high majestic mountains, glacial-carved features, plentiful lakes, life giving aquifers, abundant forests, big game, and rich mines of silver, zinc, lead, copper, gold, cobalt, iron and other metals and nonmetals.
- Kootenai County GOP Holds ‘Lincoln Day Dinner’ Without a Shot Fired by Rich Loudenback
Disappointing as it might have been for news seekers, the Kootenai County Central Committee’s Lincoln Day Dinner was tranquil with oneness abounding.