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Giddings: Will fight for conservative values

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She is one tough cookie —and one of the nicest people you would ever want to meet.

Defeat Bernie, Hillary: avowed socialists

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I, like R.G. Schultze, remember the Clintons [April 20 issue]. But, unlike Mr. Schultze, I remember those years as a bad time for America. Budget surplus? No, a major deficit. Bankruptcy was at an all-time high.

Crabtree: will address key issues of Dist. 7

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In less than three weeks, those that live in Idaho County have a chance to make a real difference by electing a state senator for District 7 who has integrity, foresight, experience and common sense – Carl Crabtree.

Consider context on McMillan comments

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I was recently in Idaho County, and I happened to see the letter [April 20 issue] from Robert Vian regarding Representative McMillan. While I do not pretend that I would be able to change his mind by responding, I feel that it is important to provide some additional clarification, data, and context to put his remarks into perspective.

Riggins levy: maintain our current operations

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Facts for the upcoming school levy in Riggins on May 17, Tuesday 8 a.m.-8 p.m.! The state of Idaho continues to under fund education, leaving schools without the needed funds to meet educational requirements, kind of a catch-22!

McKenzie: priority is the Idaho citizen

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Curt McKenzie is my choice for Idaho Supreme Court Justice. I know him well since I have worked with him in the Senate.

Purely secular system of U.S. government not supported by facts

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“Facts are stubborn things, and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passions, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”

A slap in the face for Bill and Hillary

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Some people don’t seem to realize that Bill and Hillary Clinton left the White House with the largest and only U.S. budget surplus in recent history. We all know what war-mongers Bush and Cheney did with that surplus.

McMillan: refused to live up to job as Dist. 7A legislator

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State Representative is more than a job title, it is a job description. Shannon McMillan, who purportedly represents Idaho and Clearwater counties has routinely refused to live up to the job description.

Degrading office to delight of our enemies

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With the political election battles and dirt flying for the office of U.S. President and others, it has occurred to me that it is not beyond comprehension that Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump and others of their ilk are being controlled...

Agencies not close to managing lands to the will of the Congress

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Have you noticed that the environmental laws pertain to what the federal government and corporations may do and doesn’t pertain to individuals?

Trump: Not ideology; about policies we face

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There is a fight folks. How can we support candidates that through their polite political speak have “screwed” the American people through open borders, offshoring, outsourcing, and trade treaties that have resulted in huge trade imbalances and wage declines?

Same bunch of crooks out to steal our lands

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We have a group of racially prejudiced people in our U.S. Congress who have plotted for the downfall of our president from his very first day in office. These thugs didn’t mind tromping on American values and blocking American progress as long as they could blame it on President Obama.

Lands specifically left to the states; what county is fighting for

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Federal land ownership: How anyone can read Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution, paragraphs 15 and 16, and not conclude that the framers were stating that the federal government should own no other land than the 10 miles square at Washington, D.C., except what might be used for national defense, simply escapes me.

Rules to protect forest resources; thousands of acres left to burn

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There is a proposal now to turn federal lands to state ownership; however, the federal government will retain the fire prevention and control. Let’s look how the federal agencies have managed our public lands up to this point.

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