Perhaps it's time the "loser snowflakes" of the world started recognizing the real source of their problems.
Stephen Hartgen is a Republican Idaho State Representative from Twin Falls. This means he spends 3-4 months every year in session in Boise, Idaho, voting on laws and budgets. … Read this article
I support the passage of Idaho Senate Bill 1389 (SB 1389) for several reasons. It is not a perfect bill, but it is a step in the right direction and worth supporting because it will allow many Idahoans carry a concealed handgun within city limits without a license without facing negative legal repercussions. … Read this article
Legalizing marijuana—or preferably decriminalizing it by removing all references to it from the law—would do more to help Idaho and Idahoans than any bill the state legislature has passed in the last decade. Not only could tens of thousands of Idahoans be set free from the tyranny of the state's authoritarian "criminal justice" system for their non-crimes of producing, distributing, or consuming marijuana; but the myriad health benefits of cannabis would also be readily available. … Read this article
In what can only be described as the boorish enforcement of Idaho's stupidest law, the Idaho State Police informed local movie theaters that they are not allowed to serve alcohol to moviegoers watching "Fifty Shades of Grey." Why? Because of a ridiculous and contrived law inserted into Idaho statute by the puritanical, moralistic busybodies who make up a majority of the Idaho State Legislature (to say nothing of the many county commissions and city councils throughout the state.) … Read this article
By and large, the Idaho Legislature is a group of people who believe that with just a little more force, a little more redistribution, a few more regulations, and a little less liberty, they can make the world a better place. … Read this article
There is a lot of misinformation out there right now about the so-called "ag-gag" bill in Idaho. The bill (which is properly known as Senate Bill 1337) has now been passed by both houses of the state legislature and signed into law by the governor. … Read this article
What is it about Abraham Lincoln? His face is on the penny, the five dollar bill, and Mount Rushmore. There is a Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C., and the capital city of Nebraska is named for him. To this day, most students memorize Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, and each year the Republican Party holds hundreds of "Lincoln Days" around the nation. … Read this article