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8 from 1 COMPARISON TO GREATER IDAHO

By Representation / November 10, 2021

Press Release: Eighth Oregon County Votes in Favor of Greater Idaho Harney County, Oregon voted heavily in favor of a ballot measure placed on the ballot by petitioners for the Greater Idaho movement in a special election Tuesday. This movement seeks to shift the Oregon/Idaho border to add eastern and southern Oregon counties to Idaho. Voters in favor outnumbered those …

Senator Dahle’s Strong Reaction Against California’s Ban on Lawn Mowers and Generators

By Representation / October 26, 2021

There was a collective sigh and eye rolls this week when it was announced that the Governor signed a law to ban gas powered mowers, generators and other equipment. Many Californians will say it’s just California being California, but not realizing the real impact it will have on our everyday lives, and how the new …

Campaign Finance Reform | George Wills

By Representation / October 19, 2021

Check out This Helpful Explainer Video from PragerU.com | Campaign Finance Reform – George Will

5 Minute Video Series | Prager U

By Representation / October 11, 2021

5 Minute Explainer Videos for Complex Topics | PragerU.com The Difference Between a Democracy or Republic – Robert George Defining Liberty – Eugene Volokh Capitalism or Socialism, Which is More Democratic? – Dinesh D’Souza How to Steal an Election – Eric Eggers The Georgia Reform Law – Hans von Spakovsky The Government Isn’t Supposed to …

The Grand Curse of Authoritarian Government, and How It Got Started | Steve Barwick

By Representation / September 28, 2021

Most Christians believe God instituted authoritarian government over His people. And He did, ultimately. But as a curse upon them, not a blessing. In this study, I’ll demonstrate, through Scripture, that our Creator instituted authoritarian government over His people in reaction to the fact that they had nearly unanimously rejected Him and His ways, in …

Is Term Limits the Answer? NO

By Representation / September 28, 2021

The hue and cry is, too many of our Representatives in the House stay in office too long and we can’t get rid of them……TRUE.   LIMIT THEIR TERM !!, LIMIT THEIR TERM !!, is the cry going across the country.  AMEND THE CONSTITUTION!! Sounds great!  Do something to get the bums out.  Limiting their term …

Video: How Special Interest Groups Are Shaping California’s Policies | David Crane

By Representation / June 13, 2021

California lost over 180,000 people over the last year, with many people blaming the cost of living as the root cause of the exodus. However, my guest David Crane has different viewpoints. He is a lecturer in Public Policy at Stanford University and president of Govern for California. He discusses the underlying reasons for the exodus and …

2 Nevada Counties Go ‘Constitutional’

By Representation / June 13, 2021

Elected commissioners in two Nevada counties declared that the Bill of Rights will be upheld in their jurisdictions, even if it means standing against unconstitutional acts by state and federal authorities. According to a resolution approved in Elko County on June 2, abuse of the constitutionally protected rights of citizens in Elko and Lander counties …

California State Water Board is Manufacturing a Drought by Draining Reservoirs into the Ocean

By Representation / June 6, 2021

“Are we having a dry year? Yes,” Diener says. “That is normal for us. Should we be having water shortages in the start of our second dry year? No. Our reservoirs were designed to provide a steady five year supply for all users, and were filled to the top in June 2019.” Don’t believe her? …

Caltrans investigations find waste and wrongdoing in state transportation programs

By Representation / December 6, 2019

Craft’s office separately received 256 complaints of misconduct by state and local transportation workers in the last year and substantiated wrongdoing in 28 cases, including some involving misuse of state resources and falsification of documents. Most of the $7.4 million in questioned bond funds was not allowed by the state’s contracts, Craft said. “It’s money …