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Gem State Patriot Newsletter – Volume 34

Welcome to the new, web-based Gem State Patriot newsletter. Instead of a single PDF file, this newsletter is interactive, allows comments and discussion, and can be easily shared via social media. Please enjoy the following articles included in this edition of the Gem State Patriot.

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Why do Blacks Riot in their own Communities?

And why do they blame racism and conservatives? Bringing in more immigrants to our country is a great way for the president to obtain his goal of diversity, but it will also produce destabilization of communities and eventually destabilization of our country by shifting the majority voting groups to the left allowing more liberal progressives […]

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Picking Winners and Losers Brings Unintended Consequences

In a recent article by the Idaho Statesman they wrote about how Sky West Airlines had received state tax incentives for moving a maintenance facility to Boise in an effort to bring more high paying jobs to our state. Unfortunately this deal backfired on our illustrious Department of Commerce when it was discovered that United […]

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The Bulshot Ballet

(Federal grants available for those who love the power of the dance) Oh yes, the Bulshot Ballet has developed many masters of the dance. Our honorable Governor Otter is an outstanding student and prima ballerino of those with two left feet. At first slow to start but now the Governors tip toeing closer to a […]

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Letter to the Editor by Darr Moon

Dear Patriots, The coercive nature of all political experience rears its ugly head once again dressed up as SB1067, a crumb left on the table at the close of Idaho’s last legislative session. Should Idaho’s legislators fall to the notion that federal money drives all good, money that will eventually be collected from yet unborn […]

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Opinion: Otter’s Child Support Bill is Still Flawed

Reprinted with permission, The original can be found at IdahoReporter.com. In a matter of days, state lawmakers return to Boise for an extraordinary session of the Legislature, where they will be asked to vote on a bill, as Gov. Butch Otter’s proclamation put it, “to maintain a compliant state program of child-support services in Idaho […]

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Otter Trumps Inalienable Rights

Article 1 Section 1 of the Idaho State Constitution states, “INALIENABLE RIGHTS OF MAN. All men are by nature free and equal, and have certain inalienable rights, among which are enjoying life and liberty; acquiring, possessing and protecting property; securing happiness and securing safety.”

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The Conspiracy for Your Mind

Your mind is not your own. Someone else put things there while you were not paying attention. And now they have a piece of your mind.

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Open letter to Idaho Legislators on SB 1067

‘Media Maligns, Twists & Bullies Idaho Legislature’ Six years ago on Feb.16th, 2009 Newsweek magazine published a featured article on their cover: A red-hand grasping a blue-hand entitled, “We Are All Socialists Now!” America has traveled a long and dangerous road to get sucked into that vortex. Newsweek’s bottom line was America taxes & spends like […]

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Why Hillary Will Never Be President: Part Two – Hillary’s War on Women

Hillary Clinton, the self-proclaimed champion of women’s rights, would like us all to believe that she is the cure for all that ails America’s women. She will continue to exploit that narrative throughout her run for president. There’s an interesting blend of irony and hypocrisy brewing that will give rise to a virtual tidal wave […]

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The Question about Republicans

Firstly, I care about Republicans. Or at least have until recently, having voted Republican most of my life. It seems anyone can be young and naïve for at least a little while, buying into such as “Ask not what your country can do for you… and then the experiences of life and common sense finally […]

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What is Money?

What is money? It seems like a very straight forward and simple question. Yet, when the question is posed, most people seem to have trouble describing exactly what it is and the function it is supposed to serve. Most think of money in terms payment for work, goods, or services either provided or received. But, […]