Month: June 2021

Exposing Idaho’s Unethical Ethics CommitteeCorruption

Exposing Idaho’s Unethical Ethics Committee

Members of Idaho’s House Ethics and Policy Committee have weaponized themselves. This is the perspective of multiple Idaho legislators who
Idaho State Board of Education Attempting an ‘End Around’ on CRTEducation

Idaho State Board of Education Attempting an ‘End Around’ on CRT

On Monday afternoon, June 28, the Idaho State Board of Education will hold a special meeting to discuss the need
Chemical Spill Shuts Down Pool in Boise – 28 Injured; 14 Sent to Local HospitalsSouth Idaho

Chemical Spill Shuts Down Pool in Boise – 28 Injured; 14 Sent to Local Hospitals

The Boise Fire Department, Police Department, Hazmat Crews, and Ada County Paramedics were called to Fairmont Pool in Boise at
Lt. Governor McGeachin Meets With President Trump at Trump TowerIdaho News

Lt. Governor McGeachin Meets With President Trump at Trump Tower

 Idaho Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin met with President Donald Trump on Monday, June 22 to discuss important issues related to
Ammon Bundy Announces Run for Idaho GovernorIdaho News

Ammon Bundy Announces Run for Idaho Governor

At a park in Meridian, with the temperature at 93 degrees and where he served up freshly grilled hamburgers to
Humphreys Campaign Announces They’ve Raised More Than $100,000Idaho News

Humphreys Campaign Announces They’ve Raised More Than $100,000

Republican candidate Ed Humphreys has been busy campaigning around the state in his run for governor. This week, his campaign
Congressman Russ Fulcher Announces He Has Cancer – Anticipates RecoveryIdaho News

Congressman Russ Fulcher Announces He Has Cancer – Anticipates Recovery

On the evening of Thursday, June 17, Congressman Russ Fulcher (R-Dist 1) took to Facebook to announce he has cancer.
James O’Keefe to Headline Bonneville County Lincoln Day GalaEast Idaho

James O’Keefe to Headline Bonneville County Lincoln Day Gala

Project Veritas founder and president, James O’Keefe, is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the Bonneville County Lincoln Day
Governor Little Tries to Bribe State EmployeesIdaho News

Governor Little Tries to Bribe State Employees

Op-Ed by Hazafi Polgár On Wednesday, June 16, Governor Brad Little announced he’s bribing Idaho state employees with four hours
Farmers Market in Nampa Setting Record SalesSouth Idaho

Farmers Market in Nampa Setting Record Sales

People in the Treasure Valley are happy to be “face-friendly” again, and one place they’re seeing lots of friendly faces