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Defending Idaho foregoes politics in favor of principles. We urge people to think Right and Wrong, not Right and Left! True principles always apply, no matter which "side of the aisle" you are on. We tend to focus on universal principles, and show how they can be applied in your everyday life, whether you live in Idaho, or not!
13 Episodes
Tonight, we interviewed Luke S. Walker, a young man who is running to fill one of three openings in the Rexburg City Council. We find out what he believes, what he stands for, and what he hopes to accomplish if he gets elected. You may recognize Luke's voice, as he co-hosts the Defending Idaho podcast!
September 10th and 11th, 2021, brought some interesting things in the news and the mail. Let's discuss COVID-19 "political games" and the refusal of the LDS Church in California to issue COVID "vaccine" exemptions! Who or what is your highest authority? Will you follow them even when it is unpopular or difficult? You're about to find out!
Are there any reasons to question the official story about what happened on September 11th, 2001? Plenty of them, actually. In this episode we briefly discuss just a few.
On August 16, 2021, Ammon Bundy addressed a gathering in Idaho Falls. He opened the floor for direct questions, and gave some very direct answers.
Do you have to be an "anti-vaxxer" or a "conspiracy theorist" to have serious questions about these so-called "vaccines" for COVID? What is there to worry about? Is there anything I should know? I thought the TV would tell me everything that mattered!
The Founding Fathers were pretty upset about the way they were being treated by King George. Do we have anything to be upset about today? Find out!
The Founding Fathers were pretty upset about the way they were being treated by King George. Do we have anything to be upset about today? Find out!
How do true principles apply to the discussion of homosexuality? What is a proper attitude? Can we love people and still disagree with them? Do we have to accept the modern narrative of being divisive and hateful? What does this have to with "civil rights"?
Why can't we just make money out of thin air? What are the consequences for doing so? Where did the federal government get the power to tax us? Why should I care?
What are rights, and what do they have to do with the Tenth Amendment? What about my "human rights"? My "Constitutional rights"? Where's my free stuff?!?
What is the First Amendment all about, anyway? Why the heck do we need free speech? Shouldn't we shut everyone up if they say offensive things? But, but… muh feelings!!!
What is the Second Amendment all about? Why do we have it? Did the federal government grant us gun rights that they can take away from us? What is a militia, and why does it matter today?
What is the Constitution? Why was it created? What makes it special? Can the President change it anytime he chooses? Does it establish rulers over the States? Why should I care?