Legislative Issues

The Pros and Consequences of Chuck Winder’s Loss

The Pros and Consequences of Chuck Winder’s Loss

By Daniel Bobinski For the first time in Idaho history, a sitting Senate President Pro Tempore* was ousted in a
Ron Nate: Idaho’s 2024 Primary Elections Were Historic

Ron Nate: Idaho’s 2024 Primary Elections Were Historic

Op-Ed by Dr. Ron Nate, President of Idaho Freedom Foundation Idaho’s 2024 primary elections last night were historic. By most
Idaho Dist. 16 Has a JFK-Style Democrat Candidate

Idaho Dist. 16 Has a JFK-Style Democrat Candidate

By James Wilson Editor’s note:  See our overview of JFK’s positions at the end of this article.  Justin Mitson, a
Fighting Socialism: Children’s School and Library Protection Act Finally Passes

Fighting Socialism: Children’s School and Library Protection Act Finally Passes

After several years of attempting to move explicitly graphic (sexual) books out of the ready-reach of young children in our
Lauren Walker Interview – Early February Update on Legislation in Idaho

Lauren Walker Interview – Early February Update on Legislation in Idaho

In this interview, Lauren Walker discusses how she was asked to assume the helm at AssembleXIdaho, an online digital town
Christians are a Danger to the New Normal

Christians are a Danger to the New Normal

By Daniel Bobinski  Over the past week I finally took some time off. It’s been four years since I’ve done
Leftist Republicans and Dems Stage Idaho Spending Circus

Leftist Republicans and Dems Stage Idaho Spending Circus

Op-Ed by Ronald M. Nate, Ph.D. The Idaho budget committee erupted into a full-blown circus this past Friday. The center
Jim Woodward Used to be in the Idaho Senate – It Should Stay That Way

Jim Woodward Used to be in the Idaho Senate – It Should Stay That Way

Editorial by Daniel Bobinski Watch the video version here:   If you live in Idaho, perhaps you’ve seen social media
Cracking the Code: Idaho’s Budget Secrets Revealed

Cracking the Code: Idaho’s Budget Secrets Revealed

Op-Ed by Scott Herndon Looking at the chart below, you can see how Idaho’s state spending has grown 54% over
It’s the Little Things That Kill a State

It’s the Little Things That Kill a State

Op-Ed by Brian Lenney It’s the little things that kill. What do I mean? It’s the little things that kill