Wednesday, 16 January 2019

‘I’m a Democrat. I will always be a Democrat!’

Published on December 30, 2018 by Rich Loudenback

“I’m a Democrat. I will always be a Democrat,” is the constant exultation of one of our closest family members. As such, there are regular challenges to us to see things like this relative understands them from the constant drumming…

The Art of the Wall Deal

Published on December 29, 2018 by Wayne Root

There is a wall deal to be done. If Democrats actually loved America and actually cared about the safety of our children, it could get done. But it’s clear, they don’t. A deal is there for the taking. Before there…

Trump Says Shutdown Will Last ‘Until We Have a Wall’

Published on December 29, 2018 by Warren Mass

— Published with Permission of TheNewAmerican.com — Speaking to reporters at the Oval Office on Christmas Day, during the fourth day of the government shutdown, President Trump, when asked when the government would reopen, said, “I can’t tell you when…

More Idaho Wilderness and ‘Wild and Scenic’ Rivers?

Published on December 26, 2018 by Darr Moon

The architects of Idaho’s future are working hard to create a “no-man’s land” carved out of the Salmon-Challis National Forest. The plan is an excuse to further “Wildernize” Idaho via the “Wilderness Act of 1964”. The central planners have taken…

This is What Red Flag Laws Will Do to America

Published on December 22, 2018 by KrisAnne Hall

— Published with Permission of KrisAnneHall.com — Red Flag Laws are not only an infringement of an individual’s Right to Keep and Bear Arms, they are an egregious denial of an individual’s Rights to due process and property. In Texas,…

The Seeds of Slavery

Published on December 22, 2018 by Angelo Lonzisero

We see the wanton destruction of national sovereignty around the globe. American borders are failing by inaction by our legislators and lack of will by the citizens. “How does this happen?” we ask. We have not arrived at this stage…

Contractors prep for dam removal

Published on December 22, 2018 by Gerry O'Brien

— Published with Permission of HeraldandNews.com — Although the contract has yet to be awarded and the operating license hand-over has yet to be approved, Kiewit Infrastructure West is seeking to give local contractors as much detail as it can…

Idaho’s on Fire

Published on December 21, 2018 by Darr Moon

There is no doubt that interests have long planned to control the federally managed lands of Idaho. Many have scoffed at the idea that World Government and its brainchild Agenda 21 could make its way all the way here. This conspiracy aimed…

Labrador—not Otter—for Secretary of the Interior

Published on December 21, 2018 by Bob "Nugie" Neugebauer

Dear President Trump Who will Replace Zinke? There has been a lot of debate lately since Secretary of Interior Zinke’s pending resignation and who might replace him. We would like to add our two cents on the two potential candidates…

By the Numbers: Proposition 2 Failed Among Republican Voters

Published on December 21, 2018 by Brent Regan

Proposition 2 supporters are demanding that the legislature follow the “will of the people” and allocate funding for the initiative. This raises the question of which people’s will should they follow; the ones who elected them or the ones who…

Geo-engineering: Ignoring the consequences

Published on December 20, 2018 by Tim Ball and Tom Harris

— Published with Permission of cfact.org — The latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Report said we have only 12 years left to save the planet. It triggered the usual frantic and ridiculous reactions. NBC News offered this gem: “A…