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Making sense of Little’s FY22 budget

There is only one job the state Legislature must do each and every year: Pass a balanced budget. Gov. Brad Little has done a much better job than his predecessor containing spending, but that doesn’t

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The conservative comeback starts here in Idaho

Washington D.C. is a chaotic mess I don’t believe anything good for freedom will come from our nation’s capital. There’s infighting, chaos, and an ever-strengthening desire to just force those who disagree to do what we want. Rioting and violence won’t

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Little chooses to fund systems, not students

Families need education options now more than ever during the coronavirus pandemic. Opposing choice, Gov. Brad Little opted to grow the public school monopoly instead of empowering families and students to select the education that

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Full text of the 2021 state of the state address

“My fellow Idahoans, in the 245-year history of this great country of ours, Americans have been through triumphs and trials. The dark events at the U.S. Capitol last week disturbed us. The violent acts of

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Social Justice Ideology in Idaho Higher Education

By Dr. Scott Yenor & Anna K. Miller Social justice ideology is turning American higher education into an engine of progressive activism and ideological indoctrination. Its advocates demand conformity to the cult of race, class

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We’re hiring: Local government policy analyst

The Idaho Freedom Foundation, the state’s leading public policy research organization, is looking to hire a local government policy analyst. In this position you will: Fight for a free society day in and day out.

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