Journalist and musician in Boise.
Wow, so Otter thinks the legislature can either take up or reject legislation out of personal spite and not because it's the right thing to do? Astonishing.
If you look really closely, the drawings of humans playing with dinosaurs are done in crayon and signed "Sarah Palin" at the bottom.
"We're just concerned individuals" who run massive, obnoxious businesses that thrive on selling supplements and vanity.
The YMCA provides discounts for low-income families and provides endless services for Idahoans, regardless of their financial status. Conversely, Axiom and IAC want two-year memberships at $40-50/mo, then they push products in your face endlessly while you try to exercise.
I'm massively in support of this bill. DST is a load of crap.
I'm a bit more interested in KBOI keeping IDAHO'S government open, honest and accountable. You know, since they're a local news station.
This was a pretty clear attempt by a struggling news station to align themselves with the majority political viewpoint in Idaho with hopes of snagging some loyal viewers, much like KBOI radio has done by pandering to the simple, "common sense conservative" approach that is so popular in red mountain states (where some people refuse to believe that life is more complicated than a farm, a gun and a 2,000-year-old book).
Bring back JD and Friends.
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