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And then there’s the Roy Moore thing…

And then there’s the Roy Moore thing… December 13th, 2017

Uh oh. Now what’ll they do?  It seems the hubris of the national CP executive committee alleging that they ARE the Constitution Party—has not worked out so well.  It’s sort of a King Louie XIV (L’Etat, c’est moi) mentality.  The CP executive pretends it can endorse and fundraise for washed up Republicans like Roy Moore of Alabama with […]

Surrendered Ballots

Surrendered Ballots September 3rd, 2017

We’re told by the duopoly that casting a vote for a third party is a wasted vote…that or worse.  In premium fear mongering mode, we’re told it is even “a vote for the other guy”. CP-Idaho has dealt vigorously with this sort of propaganda coming out of the ensconced duopoly. [Readers can search back into […]


Blowhard July 27th, 2017

We have observed a commonality among politicians of every stripe—namely, they are well endowed with a copious quantity of blowhard. That is not affected, unfortunately, by whether the politician is left wing, right wing, mainstream or fringe.  They all are predisposed. Much like the chameleon, politicians who blowhard serve two purposes—first is to hide and […]

Report Card Time!

Report Card Time! June 2nd, 2017

Over at our Constitution Party of Idaho facebook page today, a passionate plea for contributions is made.  We again urge your generous donations, and will plant the donate button at the conclusion of this article. Here, we wish provide our readers–and hopefully our citizen benefactors–with some sense about where CP-Idaho deploys its funds.  For what purposes? Well, this website is a […]


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 […]