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A reminaing item of business from Convention

August 18th, 2014

An important item–calling for an independent Commission on Redistricting–was committed given time constraints at the end of the 2014 State Convention.  The proposed resolution calls for eliminating the machinations of partisan gerrymandering by establishing an independent commission to redistrict Idaho. As it stands now, unaffiliated voters are disfranchised entirely, their fate left to the manipulations and […]

Our amicus curiae on ludicrousness

October 26th, 2013

We mentioned 1st Amendment issues before, i.e. 2 August 2013 “Oh my word!” which addressed the ludicrous Seattle government’s attempt to ban what they and they alone deem as “disruptive words”…such as “citizen.” Our article today is a follow on satire…of sorts. Not always are Bill of Rights infringements undertaken by government. Sometimes they would […]

Constitution Day! 17 September 2013 Constitution Day!

September 9th, 2013

Every September 17th, our Nation honors the creation of the Constitution or the United States, when members of the Constitution Convention signed the document and sent it forward to the States for ratification in 1787…226 years ago. We ask our members to mark their calendars.  On 17 September 2013, Lewis-Clark State College (LCSC) in Lewiston, […]

Oh my word!

August 2nd, 2013

From the theater of the absurd, we learn in today’s wires that the City of Seattle (as Left as it gets here in the Northwest) has issued a formal advisory. Weather, you might ask? Earthquake? Tsunami? Escaped criminals? No. A matter far more urgent and necessary to address…political correctness.  A campaign of sorts is underway […]

con·san·guine (adj.) /kän-ˈsaŋ-gwən

July 25th, 2013

We see from a recent online report by National Journal that Republicans are oozing back to the swamp of earmarks and special interest favoritism, having succeeded in attracting electorate votes by the puffery of their biennial mating calls. We readily concede that these politicians are a fascinating breed of chameleon—effortlessly able to switch their colors […]