When We Stop Resisting Bad Government We Lose our Rights

When We Stop Resisting Bad Government We Lose our Rights

We have been inundated over the past few months with new edicts by federal medical officials, state government officials, local mayors, and health districts with rules we should abide by to prevent the spread of this virus. There has been...
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Blue Tsunami hits Boise

Blue Tsunami hits Boise

We warned that there was a blue wave about to hit Boise and it has finally arrived in the face of Mayor Lauren McLean. If you thought Mayor Biter was bad, wait until you hear about the “Final Transition team...
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Rookie Politicians and On the Job Training

Rookie Politicians and On the Job Training

Why we need experts to fix our infrastructure and growth problems Thank You, Kevin Miller, for having ACHD Commissioner Kent Goldthorpe on your podcast this morning. I believe what we have learned from his comments is that there is no...
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Pick your Poison: Bieter or McLean

Pick your Poison: Bieter or McLean

The words that seem to permeate the vocabulary of Lauren McLean are sustainability, social justice, environment, climate, anti-discrimination, conservation, diversity, and inclusion. My friends, these are the same words that are prominent in comments made by t...
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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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Board’s Boise Garage Boondoggle

Board’s Boise Garage Boondoggle

If you think it is acceptable for the Board of Ada County Commissioners to keep unspent property taxpayers’ dollars at the end of each fiscal year for several years, place them in a slush fund for future use, and then...
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A building fell down, so someone said, ‘there oughta be a law’

A building fell down, so someone said, ‘there oughta be a law’

A building fell down. Someone said, “There oughta be a law.” Someone made a law. A building fell down, again. Building codes are like gun control: Neither achieves their stated goal; both create bureaucracy; both diffuse responsibility. All a build...
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OBAMA’S BOISE VISIT

President Obama Sings the Same Off Key Song in Boise that He Sang in Washington. Predictions aside, it is unfortunate for the conservationists there was no mention of the Boulder White Clouds in his speech, but this was a plus...
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