Category: News

Help Us Keep California-Style Politics Out of Idaho! Stop the Far-Left Democrats.

With the November elections less than three months away, we need you to help us protect our Idaho values.
Democrats and well-funded out of state leftist groups want to bring California-style politics to our great state of Idaho, and we must stop them.
Your contribution of $10, $25, $50 or even $100 is crucial to pushing back against those who want to change Idaho’s values for the worse.

Nope, Idaho’s Not a ‘Scroll-Down State.’ Lots of Positive Stats Refute the Negative Spin!

Most of us know Idaho is a great place to live, work and raise a family. You may not get that impression from some of the negative news coverage, or from the Down-on-Idaho Democrats who call Idaho a “scroll-down state” and spend most of their time trying to make Idaho look bad, but Idahoans are making great strides — on jobs, economic growth, education, quality of life, and more!

State Rep. Caroline Troy named one of 18 “Races to Watch” nationwide

Aug. 2, 2018 Boise – State Rep. Caroline Nilsson Troy, R-Genesse, running for re-election in Idaho’s 5th Legislative District, has been singled out as one of 18 state-level “Races to Watch” by a national Republican organization. The Republican State Leadership Committee today released its “18 in ’18” Future Majority Project, Right Women Right Now Races…

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Three Idaho cities rank in Top 100 job markets study: Pocatello, Idaho Falls & Boise among best places in U.S. to find work

July 25, 2018 Boise – In case you missed it, last month the career website Zippia published its analysis of 2018’s best job markets. Pocatello, Idaho Falls and Boise all ranked in the top 100. Zippia explained how it determined its rankings: “To find the metros with the best job markets in the country, one…

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U.S. Jobless Claims at Lowest Rate Since 1969

July 19, 2018 More great news for American workers today, as reported by Bloomberg: Unemployment lines across the U.S. last week were the shortest since December 1969, according to a Labor Department report Thursday that showed an unexpected drop in filings for jobless benefits. With a tight labor market and employers trying to find skilled…

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Idaho Ranks 8th-Best in the Nation in State Well-Being Index

More fantastic news about our great state of Idaho: In a Gallup/Sharecare ranking of Well-Being in the States earlier this year, Idaho was named 8th-best in the US! The Gallup and Sharecare organizations team up every year to gauge the well-being of the nation: The Gallup-Sharecare Well-Being Index, which includes more than 2.5 million surveys, captures how…

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Idaho Ranks 5th in the Nation for College Readiness!

US News & World Report, partnering with McKinsey, just ranked the top ten states in the nation where students are most prepared for college, and Idaho earned the Number 5 spot! Overall, 55.2 percent of Idaho students are ready for college. Republican leaders in Idaho are in the midst of a multi-year effort to improve…

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Blurred Signs: Paulette Jordan blots out name of Idaho company while embracing out-of-state groups

July 12, 2018 Boise – Notice anything odd about this photo from Paulette Jordan’s Instagram? It’s from the July 4 Melaleuca Freedom Celebration in Idaho Falls, and Jordan appears to have specifically blurred out the name of the event sponsor, Melaleuca, a major employer in the state. Republicans are asking why. “It’s strange that Paulette…

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