Deceptive legislation, sneaky regulatory agencies, tricky treaties, and Gov. Brad Little, are handing over Idaho’s water rights to the globalists — and what you can do about it. The issues surrounding Idaho’s water are mind-bogglingly complex, comprising a multi-faceted labyrinth […]
Wednesday, January 12, 7 PM CANDIDATES FOR STATE SUPERINTENDENT ‘Putting Kids First’ Debbie Critchfield opened by saying that being fourth generation farmers, living in Oakley, and raising her family in rural Idaho gives her an advantage. You can visit her […]
Editor’s note: This individual agreed to tell their exclusive story to MVLA as an anonymous source. I am sharing my story because no one is doing anything. I accepted a job at St. Luke’s in 2017. At that time they […]
Yep, that is a direct quote from none other than Steve Millington, Central Committee Chair. And it was that private club mentality that was on full display at the December 8th meeting, and illustrates why, more than ever, true Republican […]
Hilber Nelson, MVLA December 2, 2021 Non government agencies (NGOs) are alive and well-entrenched in Idaho — all in the name of furthering “the greater good”, “public health, safety, and welfare,” “protecting endangered species”, “ensuring sustainability”, and “equity.” Often operating […]
By Press Release November 2, 2021 The following Press Release was sent out by the Bryan Smith for Congress campaign www.bryansmithforidaho.com. Press Releases sent out by candidates do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of those at the Idaho […]
Op-Ed by Daniel Bobinski True Idaho News October 6, 2021 At least twice now, upon leaving the state, Idaho’s Governor Brad Little has stated that he has not authorized Lt. Governor Janice McGeachin to act on his behalf, most recently […]
Idaho State Rep. Heather Scott (R-Dist.1) and Idaho State Sen. Christy Zito (R-Dist.23) respond to commentary Daniel Bobinski’s commentary that Governor Brad Little acted outside of his Constitutional authority when he signed an Executive Order while not physically within the state.
The Twin Falls Fire Department will buy a new fire truck that will cost us (the Twin Falls taxpayers) an extra $750,000, and will be bought as part of a “cooperative purchase agreement” (more on that in a forth coming article) which costs more and ties the purchase to more layers of government.
Monday’s city council meeting started with public proclamations for Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness month and adult education and family literacy week. Shawn Barigar and Vice Mayor Ruth Pierce were absent from the meeting. The lead ESL (English as a Second […]
While an infantryman, I witnessed the collapse of the Iraqi infrastructure, government, and rule of law. Over the years I have noticed subtle similarities between what I saw in Afghanistan and Iraq and what I have seen after returning home.
The city council approved a contract for radio hardware ($78,840) and purchased a piece of land without having had a prior plan to do so ($50,000). The meeting lasted roughly twenty-five minutes, which means the council managed to spend $5,153.60 per minute. Now that is power!
The 2021-2022 budget was approved unanimously by all 7 council members. Throughout the process, the council asked few questions and offered little input, largely deferring to unelected city manager Travis Rothweiler.
The Twin Falls city council’s discretionary fund for the 2021-2022 budget year occupied the bulk of Monday’s meeting. The final meeting of the eight-week series of budget reviews was presented once again by City Manager Travis Rothweiler, and he handed […]
C.D.B.G. stands for Community Development Block Grant. It is a federal program that was created by the Housing & Urban Development (HUD) department. Cities agree to spend these federal dollars on things like low-income housing improvement projects, homelessness mitigation, and administration of the grant itself.
Scott Bedke is the current Speaker of the House for the Idaho state legislature and is running for Lieutenant Governor in 2022. He sent out a letter for donations in which he claimed to be a frugal and conservative leader. […]
A public hearing will be held at City Hall on Monday, August 23, 2021 at 6pm to hear the citizens’ concerns and opinions about the budget. TL;DR (Too Long; Didn’t Read) Shawn Barigar’s occupation of both the city council seat […]
The Left’s cancel culture of dissent is designed to intimidate conservatives into silence and fear. By the Left’s own admission, white evangelical Republican voters are their primary target. According to the Biden administration, “white supremacist extremism” (which is never defined) […]