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Whatever

Whatever May 25th, 2017

Whatever—is colloquial for indifference, a laconic short shrift, however morose. By way of example:  Congress is once again being asked by an Administration (Republican or Democrat is without standing) to increase the national debt limit…and that prompts the curt rejoinder.  Whatever. “As if” will also work just as well here…and perhaps is less mordant.  We […]

Da Money

May 20th, 2017

We took time to summarize some voting data regarding–“da money”.  Taking the financial numbers on the 2016 U.S. Senate race in Idaho (source:  www.opensecrets.com) and the total votes each of the three candidates won (source:  Idaho Secretary of State website) leads to the following chart: Considering the disparity in funds, Mr. Writz did rather well.  Mr. Crapo […]

CP-Idaho candidate history list

CP-Idaho candidate history list May 4th, 2017

Well, 2016 is in the history book.  The summary history report is somewhat delayed, due to a host of other responsibilities consuming chunks of time.  How it flies. We put the 2016 candidates onto “the list,” and are pleased that the candidate class of 2016 did outstandingly well.  In fact, to date, it is the single best […]

Reminder: CP-Idaho State Central Committee Call

May 3rd, 2017

A scheduled conference call for the State Central Committee has been scheduled for 3:00 p.m. (Pacific) on Saturday, March 13th.  Please note this on your calendars. Participants are reminded to check their email for an invitation and call code.  Also, if this time does not work for you, please contact Mr. Whitley, and he will try to arrange […]

CP-Idaho Financial Summary

May 2nd, 2017

The net annual balance (resulting from shaking the income and the outgo together)  provided a small spending deficit for the year 2016.  This came on the heels of a net account surplus in 2015, shown in the following “butterfly” chart. The difference between expenses in 2015 and 2016 is related to the additional activities associated with a General Election year.  For example, we  […]