Sen. Rand Paul Calls Out Democrats for Championing Socialism

I just got his book in the mail. Can’t wait to start reading it.  Republican Senator Rand Paul recently expressed concern over the rise of socialism among young Democrat voters. While speaking with Breitbart Monday, he slammed politicians such as Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for running on openly socialist …

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Elizabeth Warren Reveals Plan To Pay For Medicare For All: New Color Printer That Prints Realistic-Looking $100 Bills

She’s no different than any other politician. Republicans just want to print $50 bills.  WASHINGTON, D.C.—Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has been pressed a lot on how she plans to pay for Medicare for All — a plan that could require $34 trillion in additional federal spending over ten years — without raising taxes on the …

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Idaho Lawmakers considering property tax changes

Idaho officials say sharp increase in home values are affecting taxes BOISE — A panel of lawmakers is examining property tax options amid complaints that taxes are going up with rising property values, while also hearing on Monday concerns from cities and counties that they’re operating on tight budgets. The Property Tax Working Group took …

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Judge allows Chicago suit against Jussie Smollett to proceed

Check out the reason his attorneys say he shouldn’t have to pay!  CHICAGO – A federal judge on Tuesday refused to dismiss Chicago’s lawsuit against former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett. U.S. District Virginia Kendall’s ruling means that Chicago’s suit that seeks to recoup $130,000 that city officials say the police department spent investigating Smollett’s claim …

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‘F-Word’ poetry slam planned for Thursday

Oooh. How progressive and edgy!  The University of Idaho Women’s Center will host its ninth annual “F-Word” Live! Poetry Slam starting at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Vandal Ballroom of the Bruce M. Pitman Center, 709 Deakin Ave., Moscow. F-Word Live! was created to form a space where anyone can express feelings and experiences related to …

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City council approves $10K request from recovery center

Why are some non-profits supported and others are not? Why are my tax dollars paying for a non-profit to operate?  The Moscow City Council on Monday approved a $10,000 funding request from the Latah Recovery Community Center to help the nonprofit organization make improvements to its facility that will help integrate services with the new …

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Forum on difference between Free Speech and Hate Speech

Progressive definitions:  Hate speech: anything that I disagree with Free speech: anything I agree with The Moscow Human Rights Commission is sponsoring a public forum to examine the differences between free speech and hate speech tomorrow, October 22nd, at the City Council Chambers in Moscow at 7:00 p.m. The commission is hosting the forum to …

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Idaho property taxes working group begins its task

I’m not a fan of the State telling cities what they can and cannot do.  But when you live with socialists, we need some level-headed intervention in Moscow.  BOISE — The first meeting of the state legislative property tax working group is scheduled for Monday. Republican lawmakers have voiced opposition to what they say is …

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