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You were elected to a third term by the people of Idaho last year. They did not elect you to go on vacation for four years; they expected you to do your job. You said in your debate that you weren’t going to try and get our land back from the federal government.
Betsy Russel, leftist reporter for the Spokesman Review, was asked by her handlers to write a hit piece on Representative Heather Scott R. Dist. 1 concerning a certain Confederate flag that was displayed on Representative Scott’s float for the Timber Days Celebration July 25th.
In January of this year Governor Butch Otter backed a deal to bring more nuclear waste into the INL under protest by two former governors, Phil Batt and Cecil Andrus, who said the deal goes against an agreement made back in 1995 concerning spent nuclear waste at the INL.
The Coeur d’Alene chapter of The John Birch Society worked hard at awakening the sleeping masses during the local fair Aug. 26 – 30th.
Because Conservatives Are Not Perpetuating Themselves If the above statements are wrong, then where are the mills cranking out the next generation of conservatives, other than wonderful Hillsdale College?
This month we celebrate the 228th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution and ask the question, “is the Constitution dead?” Has it survived despite the many years of degradation it has suffered or did it succumb long ago?
Dear Patriots, I hope you may have had recent opportunity to attend Senator Crapo’s Town Hall meetings held around the Magic Valley.
— Reprinted with Permission of The John Birch Society — In June 2014, delegates from many nations gathered at United Nations Headquarters in New York to continue their work on a program that would disarm civilians in America and throughout the world.
Tens of thousands of people across the country are uniting to find a cure for neurofibromatosis. Join our Idaho NF Walk team in Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park to End NF: an incredible event, an awesome team.
— Reprinted with Permission of The New American magazine — Police in North Dakota may now legally deploy drones equipped with Tasers and tear gas.
Understanding our Forests Idaho has some of the most beautiful and pristine forests in the United States.