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SB 1067: Idaho Doesn’t Always Twirl by Rep. Ronald M. Nate

It’s not right for Idaho to be bullied into losing protections for Idaho children and families just to keep a few more federal dollars, writes Rep. Ronald M. Nate (R-34) Our dog, Boo, never twirls just because she wants to. But, when my daughter holds a treat in the air and says, “Twirl,” Boo jumps […]

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SB 1067: Reasons Behind the Holding of SB 1067 by Rep. Lynn M. Luker

Concern has been raised about the Idaho House Judiciary and Rules committee holding SB 1067. Holding the bill was about protecting the due process and privacy rights of our citizens, and protecting the integrity of our state’s ability to study and analyze issues independent of the coercive threats of the federal government. On the surface, […]

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SB 1067: Comments from Dale Pearce

These comments are written in response to this article. Our intent in opposing this bill on the international-dead-beat-dads is that the bill originated out of The Hague, the UN headquarters for The International Criminal Court. Of course those judges know quite a lot about global law that seeps out of the 192 nations, kingdoms, potentates, […]

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SB 1067: King Otter Doesn’t Care About State Sovereignty

Just a quick comment on bill 1067 covering child support payments and acceptance of a treaty that will subject Idaho to foreign laws and data searches. We already have laws on the books to cover child support issues. The Governor and his minions at the liberal media are bringing out the “boogeyman” scenarios to scare […]