The early American colonists were a religious and God-fearing people. Many of the governmental leaders were also religious leaders. All had a profound reverence for the Creator and often referred to the Supreme Being as “Providence.”
As the Constitution was being considered and written, the Founders pondered the relationship of religion to the new government. … Read More
There have been questions recently regarding two organizations that rate Idaho’s legislators and assign them a score, based on the votes they cast. Is it a fair measurement and is it fair to the legislators?
The task of the Supreme Court of the United States is to judge each law that comes before it as to whether it upholds the principles of our Constitution. … Read More
Written by Dr. Max Allen, M.D.
It’s strange when people invoke terms such as ‘equal rights‘, while they have no intention of honoring such. So many people today, for reasons unknown, endorse ‘special rights‘ believing them to be ‘equal rights‘. … Read More
What unusual times we are living in! As a candidate for the Idaho State Senate, I am reaching out to voters with my message of limited government and limited spending as a means to future economic prosperity in our state. … Read More
As a retired physician (family and emergency medicine), I have been following the current issues regarding the gender dysphoria movement with some alarm. Before I launch into my testimony, I must make a distinction in terms. Gender, in current usage, refers to a person’s perception of his or her sex, not what his or her chromosomes show. … Read More
As concerned Americans today we are awed by the impact of the COVID-19 virus. Who would have guessed that it would have impacted us as it has? Even flu pandemics from the past haven’t done what corona has done to our lifestyle. … Read More
When the framers of our Constitution considered how to provide for fair elections in our democratic republic, they gave us the Electoral College.
This body, which is formed every four years at presidential election time, consists of 538 electors who vote for the president and vice president of the United States. … Read More
For Immediate Release
March 13, 2020
Dr. Jud Miller Announces State Senate Bid
Retired physician seeks to represent Legislative District 35 in the Idaho State Senate
RIGBY, IDAHO – Today, Dr. Jud Miller of Rigby, Idaho, formally announced his candidacy to represent the people of Legislative District 35 in the Idaho State Senate. … Read More
Since the advent of Roe versus Wade in 1973, there have been 61,628,584 abortions performed in the US; worldwide, since 1980, the number is 1,569,662,690 (growing by one per second). How did this happen and is it justified?
TFP Student Action, a student group that defends traditional moral values on college campuses, has the following seven arguments against the abortion dilemma:
Lie #1: A human fetus is not a person.
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