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Idaho media should be embarrassed over McGeachin lawsuit

Reprinted with the permission of the Idaho Freedom Foundation Some people on the interwebs think I should be outraged at Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin because she refused to give out the names of Idahoans who had contacted her office for help fighting critical race theory in Idaho’s government schools. Actually, I’m quite proud of her. […]

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The Magic “R” In Idaho – What makes a “Red” State?

In a prior column, we discussed the trends in Idaho and that even though 41 out of 44 counties were generally reliable GOP that didn’t seem to be the answer when it came to living in a state that operated on conservative principles. For example, it is almost impossible to be elected to statewide office […]

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POLL: Who do you support for Idaho Governor in 2022?

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Candidate Introduction and Q&A with Janice McGeachin

  Janice McGeachin For Idaho Governor Candidate Introduction and Q&A Tuesday, August 31, 7:00 – 9:00pm Payette High School 1500 6th Ave S, Payette, Idaho

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Vaccination or Termination

This vaccine controversy is going to become even more heated as time goes on but let’s look at what is happening with the number of adverse events that have taken place since December of last year. Every Friday, The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) makes public all vaccine injury reports. Data released July 9, […]

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2021 NW Liberty Symposium Begins This Friday!

2021 NW Liberty Symposium June 11th, 12th & 13th to be held at Boise Bible College NWLA is dedicated to advancing foundational principles of a Free Society and Free Enterprise This year’s event includes speakers and panelists who will be presenting information on timely issues. RSVP NOW! Bios on speakers, activities, and more at: nwlibertyacademy.org […]

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Governor Little Should Have “Let the People Go”

Last week while Governor Little was out of state, Lieutenant Governor Janice McGeachin, acting as Governor in Little’s absence, signed an executive order that prevented cities, local school boards, and other local government authorities from mandating masks. Upon his return, Little immediately rescinded McGeachin’s executive order. Now local governments can once again mandate masks. Little […]

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McGeachin Fires a Shot Heard Round the State

Janice McGeachin showed what she is made of by signing an executive order forbidding the state, municipalities, and public schools from requiring masks while Governor Little was attending a republican conference in Tennessee. Governor Little never ordered a mask mandate for the state but there were many dictatorial types Like Mayor McLean of Boise who […]

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Will Conservatives Shoot Themselves in the Foot Again?

As the conservative candidates line up for Idaho’s gubernatorial primary I have to think back to the 2014 primary election when Otter beat out Fulcher by less than 8% of the vote and eventually won a third term. That was the year that Labrador said he was going to run and held up Fulcher’s campaign […]

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Governor Libby Little Exposed Nationally

I have been writing for a year about Governor Little and how he has made a sharp turn to the left and no one seems to accept that fact. Well, citizens of Idaho, you must read a scathing article written by Blaze Media writer and senior editor at Conservative Review Daniel Horowitz. He backs up […]

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The Joe Biden Award

I am frustrated. I have tremendous respect for people who put their names on the line and run for public office so I hesitate ever being critical of them on paper. Almost to a man and women-almost, these are good men and women who love their families and communities. They have been or are successful […]

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Lincoln Day Dinner – Hope for the Future & Why Trump Lost

Patriotism is alive and Well in Council Idaho: I had the good fortune to be able to attend the annual Lincoln day Dinner in Council this past Saturday and to sit at a table with Congressman Fulcher and former Constitutional Attorney Christ Troupis. This was one of the most encouraging gatherings I have attended in […]