Uncorroborated Accusations and Important Legislation

Uncorroborated Accusations and Important Legislation

Comments by TeaPartyBob on this morning’s Kevin Miller Show on KIDO Talk Radio – 107.5 FM & 580 AM Good Morning Kevin: I need to comment about this article in the liberal fake news Huffington Post. This rag is the...
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Idaho Small Arms Protection Act

Idaho Small Arms Protection Act

Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi just announced their push for a TOTAL BAN on AR-15s! The Idaho Small Arms Protection Act (the Second Amendment State Sanctuary upgrade), according to ISAA legal counsel, is unlike any other legislation in the country,...
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An Open Letter to the Idaho Republican Party Chairman Tom Luna

An Open Letter to the Idaho Republican Party Chairman Tom Luna

Regarding your e-mail request for donations to build a state wide voter ID system Dear Mr. Luna and all associate RINOs, I would like to reply to your message sent to me by Amos Rothstein about the changes in the...
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TeaPartyBob: A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand

TeaPartyBob: A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand

Comments by TeaPartyBob on this morning’s Kevin Miller Show on KIDO Talk Radio – 107.5 FM & 580 AM Good morning Kevin: I would just like to remind everyone that if they would like to help the families of the...
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Rep. Ron Nate Calls for Grocery Tax Repeal

Rep. Ron Nate Calls for Grocery Tax Repeal

Dateline: BOISE, IDAHO, February 2021 — When you hit the neighborhood grocery store to do your weekly shopping trip for eggs, milk, bread, fruits and other staples, you pay the cost of the groceries plus an additional 6% in state...
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Idahoans Must Recognize the Threat of Proposed Changes to House Rule 64

Idahoans Must Recognize the Threat of Proposed Changes to House Rule 64

Why is the supposedly ‘conservative’ Rep. Greg Chaney trying to curtail our freedom of speech? The proposed changes to House Rule 64 would violate the rights of the people. You can read more about the problems with these proposed changes...
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Fighting Back

Fighting Back

For months now, the global social media giants have been eliminating from their formats anything that they consider to be abusive of their rules. What you have to remember is they make up the rules as they go along to...
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Why you should vote “No” on HJR4

Why you should vote “No” on HJR4

The Idaho Constitution allows for 30-35 legislative districts, while HJR4 fixes it to just 35. Currently, this issue is being conflated with a push for one senator per county in Idaho; these are separate issues. The short version is HJR4...
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Little at His Worst

Little at His Worst

I see great disappointment with Governor Little and the recent actions he has taken to grab power in the face of an emergency. He has run roughshod over our legislature and eliminated any participation by the people in the governing...
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Special session success overshadowed by Senate’s failure to end Covid emergency

Special session success overshadowed by Senate’s failure to end Covid emergency

Idaho’s special legislative session produced a giant victory over interest groups. The interest groups desperately wanted businesses to enforce government mandates in exchange for the coveted prize of immunity from lawsuits. However, the lawsuit immunity...
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Cover Your Assets – Gov. Little’s Immunity Plea

Cover Your Assets – Gov. Little’s Immunity Plea

As the COVID pandemic and Governor Little’s overreaction have persisted for 5 months now, citizens are voicing a need for the legislature to be involved. They want to address Governor Little’s “emergency” orders. It finally appears the ...
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Idahoans: Act today to oppose Covid-19 immunity legislation

Idahoans: Act today to oppose Covid-19 immunity legislation

Idahoans should promptly tell lawmakers and Gov. Brad Little to reject a civil liability proposal that is expected to become the centerpiece of a special legislative session planned for the week of Aug. 24. The proposal would basically allow the...
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