Idahoans for the Recall of Governor Brad Little is a statewide grassroots recall effort born of the conviction that the Governor’s stay-at-home directives violated cherished, basic civil liberties enshrined in our Bill of Rights. We […]
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Where are our Leaders??? Where are our leaders??? If you won’t stand against this scamdemic, orchestrated to steal our liberties, what will you stand for? The numbers are fake and the media has been weaponized […]
Fake News and The Truth On February 29th, Dr. Fouci, was advising our president not to worry about the COVID-19 virus. Now he is trying to blame President Trump with delaying response to the virus. […]
House Arrest Order is Wrong Inslee’s house arrest order for the populace, Proclamation 20-25, is in conflict with the Bill of Rights. Our rights of the free exercise of religion, of the people to peaceably […]
A Plea from North Idaho The following letter was sent to Governor Brad Little: Dear Governor Little, I urge you to reconsider extending the emergency order past April 21st. I don’t have to remind you, […]
Buchanan Court Decision for LPOSD On March 4, in the court room of Judge Barbara Buchanan, I witnessed what qualifies as a sham hearing. At issue was the validity of LPOSD’s November 2019 permanent-levy vote, […]
Boeing Has Failed! Congress, Are You Listening? Guest Editorial by Diane Wheeler In case you have forgotten, 346 souls plunged to their deaths in 2 separate incidents with Boeings 737 MAX because of a series […]
Benefiting the District, not the Taxpayer At a forum held at Sandpoint’s Community Hall shortly before last November’s permanent-levy election, LPOSD school board member Geraldine Lewis was asked whether it is fiscally responsible to pay […]