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Advocacy Journalism and the First Amendment

September 20, 2017 1

Advocacy Journalism and the First Amendment By Shari Dovale In today’s world, Main Stream Media (MSM) is not the standard by which most people want their news. The trust of the MSM has dropped dramatically. […]

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Local Elected Official Deployed to Support South Korea

September 20, 2017 0

Local Elected Official Deployed to Support South Korea   (White Bird) Idaho State Representative Priscilla Giddings, a major in the Air Force Reserves, returned home earlier this month after serving on a short-notice Air Force […]

Courage, But At What Price?
BLM

Courage, But At What Price?

September 18, 2017 7

 Courage, But At What Price? by Loren Edward Pearce During the spring runoff in the canyons of Utah, the rivers become raging monsters.  At a beautiful place known as Bridal Veil Falls in Provo Canyon, […]

Constitution Day - September 17th
Constitution

Constitution Day – September 17th

September 17, 2017 1

Constitution Day – September 17th The two allowances of the law were that the head of every federal agency provide each employee with educational materials concerning the Constitution on 17th of September and that each […]

Refugee Ceiling Surpassed
Constitution

Refugee Ceiling Surpassed – Still 2 Weeks To Go

September 17, 2017 2

Refugee Ceiling Surpassed – Still 2 Weeks To Go by Staff Anne Corcoran over at Refugee Resettlement Watch has done an amazing job keeping us updated on what is happening with the refugees. She recently […]

Yakima School District Principal Instructs Teachers to Lie to Parents
Education

Yakima Principal Instructs Teachers to Lie to Parents

September 16, 2017 1

Yakima School District Principal Instructs Teachers to Lie to Parents by James Silberman (Family Policy Institute) – A Yakima teacher is blowing the whistle on school administrators who he claims instructed him and his coworkers […]

St. Louis: Murder Trial Verdict Draws Protests
News

Murder Trial Verdict Draws Violent Protests

September 16, 2017 0

Murder Trial Verdict Draws Violent Protests by Staff Writer Jason Stockley, former officer with the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, was acquitted of murder charges in the 2011 shooting death of Anthony Smith. Stockley was charged […]

Will FIRED BLM Agent Dan Love Go To Prison?
BLM

Will FIRED BLM Agent Dan Love Go To Prison?

September 16, 2017 1

Will FIRED BLM Agent Dan Love Go To Prison? by Bob Powell Daniel P. Love, the Bureau of Land Management agent who led the assault on the Bundy Ranch protestors in 2014, has been fired […]

Dan Love OUT at BLM After Burning Man
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Dan Love OUT at BLM After Burning Man

September 15, 2017 9

Dan Love OUT at BLM After Burning Man APNewsBreak: US agent out at BLM after Burning Man probe By LINDSAY WHITEHURST, Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A federal agent who had been scrutinized […]

Raul Labrador Weighs in on Bunkerville Standoff
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Raul Labrador Weighs in on Bunkerville Standoff

September 15, 2017 4

Raul Labrador Weighs in on Bunkerville Standoff by Shari Dovale Earlier this month, nearly a third of the current Idaho Legislature had signed on to a letter in support of the Idaho residents currently being […]

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