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Idaho Liberty Summit 5

July 27

Liberty Summit

Idaho Liberty Summit 5

Living Waters Ranch, Challis, Idaho

Friends, the date is set and the speakers are confirmed for this Summer’s Liberty event of the year, Idaho Liberty Summit 5. Some of you have heard about this year’s action and now it is confirmed. You won’t want to miss our great lineup of speakers and their message to you.

Let me introduce our national and international celebrity speakers.

Mark Herr, Founder Center for Self-Governance. Mark has been across the nation and back again teaching Applied Civics to all those interested in better understanding our government, how it works and how you can effectively engage to secure your liberty. You can learn more about Mark and the Center for Self-Governance at:

Dr. Duke Pesta, is an engaging and animated speaker, whose experiences as and educational reformer, university professor, high school teacher, and the administrator of an online classical school uniquely qualify him to address the current state of education in our country. Dr. Duke spoke in front of the Idaho Education Committee against Common Core and has been an advocate of parental rights. Most recently, Dr. Duke helped support Rep. Ehardt’s Bill giving parents back their right to direct their children’s education on appropriate sex education standards. Please take a few moments to listen to Dr. Duke on his Freedom Project Media channel, The Dr. Duke Show:

Alex Newman, is an award-winning international journalist, educator, author, and consultant. He is the president of Liberty Sentinel Media, Inc, and has written for a number of publications in the United States and abroad. He is a foreign correspondent for The New American magazine and a contributor to WND (World Net Daily). His keen understanding of our political environment is key to unlocking the many seemingly permanently layers of Administrative State that are overtaking our country outside the confines of the Constitution. Get to know this highly regarded journalist, one of the few, at:

Ammon Bundy, really needs no introduction he is the spark that reignited the Western Lands issue. I have come to know Ammon as more than just a political activist, he is fellow Westerner with the same issues we all face. You will find Ammon is no stone thrower, he is a peaceful man just trying to live a happy life with wife and family. But, as with any man of passion, he knew he must stand his ground. Ammon understands jurisdictional boundary like no other. His presentation on these jurisdictional boundaries is heartfelt and true to the principles of our founding. Ammon does a radio show called “The Liberty Effect” every Thursday at noon, tune in at: and a YouTube introduction here:

Congressman, Russ Fulcher, Idaho Dist. 1, Idaho’s favorite Congressman and member of the House Resource Committee. We are very pleased to have the good Congressman attend and give a summary of his whirlwind introduction to government on the national level. There is no Congressman in America who understands better the plight of Idaho’s multiple users of Federal Lands than Russ Fulcher. Your great opportunity awaits to meet Congressman Fulcher this summer in Challis, Idaho.

Please make your reservation early for the Idaho Liberty Summit 5. (You can also RSVP on Facebook.)


Lunch will be served and is included with this conference package for only $50 per person.

More details to follow including schedule of events at the Summit and a Gold Mine Tour of the General Custer and Lucky Boy Mines up the Yankee Fork River on Friday, July 26th.

We expect a full house at the Living Waters Ranch Conference Center, in beautiful Challis, Idaho. You can make your overnight accommodation reservations here:

Living Waters Ranch also has a convenient RV Park.

Other local accommodations are available at:

  • The Holiday Lodge Motel – 208-879-2259
  • The Pioneer Motel & RV Park – 208-879-6791
  • Village Inn Motel & Restaurant – 208-879-2239
  • Challis Golf Course RV Park – 208-879-5500
  • Challis Hot Springs – 208-879-4442
  • Round Valley RV Park – 208-879-2393
  • Old Sawmill Station, Clayton, 208-838-2400


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1 Comment on Idaho Liberty Summit 5

  1. Dear Friends,

    Idaho Liberty Summit – 5, General Custer & Lucky Boy Mines Tour

    On Friday, July 26th, I will be conducting a tour of the historic General Custer and Lucky Boy mines. The tour is part of a weekend of fun and enlightenment scheduled for the Idaho Liberty Summit. There is no charge for this tour and all registered guests for the Summit are welcome.

    The tour will begin at the ghost town of Custer located about 12 miles up the Yankee Fork at 10:00 am. We will spend about 30 minutes there before going up the mountain top to the General Custer mine. You will have time to check out the entire Custer town-site with their self-guided walking tour after we finish the General Custer and Lucky Boy mine tour.

    You will follow me up the mountain, about a 4-mile journey from Custer, in your a 4-wheel drive vehicle. We will team up to fill vehicles so we don’t have a mile-long caravan. Parking is available at the foot of the mountain. Bring your 4-wheelers and UTVs for a scenic drive beyond the gated property few see these days.

    I will be talking about the history of the mine and some of the major players of the time. You will also get a bit a of geology lesson so bring your rock hammer and sample bags. You will see how they mined and hauled the ore down the mountain on a tram line. We will visit the old workings and town-site at the Lucky Boy mine too. Bring a camera!

    The top of the mountain is at 8,500 feet so if altitude is a problem for you, then best stay at Custer. We will have lunch on the summit overlooking the vastness of Central Idaho. Lunch is on your own, bring plenty to drink.

    We’ll finish the tour at 2:00 pm giving you time to check out all the sites at the Custer town-site.

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