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Meridian Middle School newsletter urges teachers to see skin color and check privilege

By Dustin Hurst
April 16, 2021
A newsletter made available to teachers and staff at Meridian Middle School encourages readers to engage in “culturally relevant teaching,” a nice-sounding phrase that masks what the document actually seeks.  The document, entitled “Stall Seat Journal” because it’s available in bathroom stalls at Meridian Middle School, encourages educators to see students’ skin color, a key […]
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Vote against public schools budget shows the leadership America needs

By Wayne Hoffman
April 16, 2021
Yes, public school students across the country are being exposed to social justice indoctrinating concepts including critical race theory. Yes, teachers are being trained how to view certain students as victims of systemic racism and sexism and that those ideologies are baked into American institutions.  Yes, that’s also happening here in Idaho.  That is why […]
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The radical agenda of Boise State University’s new sociology course

By Anna Miller
April 15, 2021
Boise State University is offering a new Sociology course this year on white privilege, critical race theory, and intersectionality.  Boise State has faced months of scrutiny from the Legislature for social justice indoctrination on campus. In a historic vote Legislators even killed the university budget, Senate Bill 1179,  by a margin of 57-13, calling for […]
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Rather than abandon indoctrination agenda, University of Idaho president plays the blame game

By Wayne Hoffman
April 12, 2021
University of Idaho President C. Scott Green is trying to convince lawmakers and donors that his school is completely innocent when it comes to spending money on social justice initiatives and indoctrination on campus. He sent an email to this effect on Friday, April 9, attacking the Idaho Freedom Foundation.  He should know better. I […]
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Lawmakers seem ready to end radical indoctrination programs in higher education

By Wayne Hoffman
April 9, 2021
Congratulations to members of Idaho’s House of Representatives, who voted 57-13 Wednesday against a bill that would have allowed the continued funding of social justice programs on our state’s public higher education campuses.  Now the real work begins. Lawmakers must still pass a budget for Boise State University, University of Idaho, Lewis-Clark State College, and […]
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Idaho can stand up for America with vote on higher ed budget

By Wayne Hoffman
April 2, 2021
Throughout the country, lefitst activists have successfully infiltrated all aspects of government, media, and business with claims that America is irredeemably racist, and such racism is baked into our political and economic systems. These extremists believe that to combat this “systemic” racism, American systems and ideals must be scrutinized and dismantled. This dismantling includes the […]
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Advancing the social justice agenda at Lewis-Clark State College

By Anna Miller
April 1, 2021
By Dr. Scott Yenor & Anna K. Miller Lewis-Clark State College (LCSC) has joined the cult of race and gender victimology, otherwise known as social justice education. This poisonous ideology has penetrated many aspects of campus life at LCSC, from administration to general education requirements to where students live and sleep. Administrators often introduce the […]
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Math is racial oppression and white babies are racist: $6 million federal grant a deliberate attempt to program wokeism into children

By Anna Miller
March 26, 2021
In a recent article, I posed the question, “Is Critical Race Theory coming to an elementary school near you?”  The answer is yes. And deceptive groups want to use taxpayer dollars to ensure Critical  Theory infiltrates not just elementary schools and pre-K programs but families’ homes, too.  The Idaho House previously killed House Bill 226, […]
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Big City Coffee’s tort claim against BSU shows lawmakers aren’t doing enough

By Wayne Hoffman
March 26, 2021
Everyone in Idaho – especially lawmakers, the governor, and members of the State Board of Education – should read Sarah Jo Fendley’s damning $10 million tort claim against Boise State University, which she filed Thursday.  Members of the House of Representatives should certainly read Fendley’s complaint before they vote on a budget for Idaho’s colleges and […]
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Former Boise State adjunct professor arrested for defacing Lincoln statue

By Anna Miller
March 24, 2021
Terry J. Wilson II, a former Boise State University adjunct professor, was arrested Tuesday for allegedly defacing an Abraham Lincoln statue in Boise’s Julia Davis Park.  The statue, known as Seated Lincoln, was tarnished in February by a mob with red paint, signs, feces, and a Black Lives Matter flag wrapped around its neck.  Signs […]
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