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Emotional Abuse in Boise State’s ‘Social Justice’ Classes Leads Legislature to Vote ‘No’ on University Budgets

Emotional Abuse in Boise State’s ‘Social Justice’ Classes Leads Legislature to Vote ‘No’ on University Budgets

Idaho’s House of Representatives has made it clear they’ve had enough with the state’s universities brainwashing students with Critical Race
32-Year Old Pleads Guilty To 1st-Degree Murder and 12 Other Charges

32-Year Old Pleads Guilty To 1st-Degree Murder and 12 Other Charges

Timothy Kinner, Jr., 32, has plead guilty to first-degree murder and 12 other charges, including eight counts of aggravated battery
Pocatello Renews Mask Ordinance Despite Evidence Masks Do Not Prevent Viral Transfer

Pocatello Renews Mask Ordinance Despite Evidence Masks Do Not Prevent Viral Transfer

No fooling: On April 1, the city council in Pocatello, Idaho, voted 4 to 2 to keep in place a
North Idaho State Senator Throws Her Hat in the Ring for Secretary of State Race

North Idaho State Senator Throws Her Hat in the Ring for Secretary of State Race

In addition to Ada County Clerk Phil McGrane, who declared his candidacy last month to be Idaho’s next Secretary of
City of Lewiston Sued by One of its own City Council Members

City of Lewiston Sued by One of its own City Council Members

When a city government appears to be operating in ways that violate city, state, and federal law, it’s not surprising
Parents Beware: Critical Race Theory Originates in Marxism

Parents Beware: Critical Race Theory Originates in Marxism

Critical Theory means looking at the world through the eyes of the oppressed as if it were the only way…
Spiritual Warfare and This Present Darkness – Part I

Spiritual Warfare and This Present Darkness – Part I

How do we navigate this season of Great Awakening and the embryonic End Times Tribulation, which are two distinct phenomena
Idaho Unemployment Rate Drops to 3.3%, Well Below National Average

Idaho Unemployment Rate Drops to 3.3%, Well Below National Average

The nation’s unemployment rate now sits at 6.2%, with 9.5 million people unemployed. Idaho is faring better, with an unemployment
Clone Wars Have Come to the Classroom – and the Church

Clone Wars Have Come to the Classroom – and the Church

In a piece from the March 13 edition of The National Review, Samantha Harris writes: “A new orthodoxy has taken