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Comment Archives: stories: Arts & Culture: Culture

Re: “Boise's Capital City Public Market Kicks Off While Demonstrators Call for Trump's Tax Returns

For Susan Bakersmith:

"The returns stated that Trump made $150 million in 2005 and that he paid $38 million in taxes, which equaled about 25 percent of his income certainly not fitting the liberal narrative that rich Americans dont pay their fair share or that Trump is a tax evader."

From:

http://www.theblaze.com/news/2017/03/15/in…

Kind of sucks when those pesky old FACTS get in the way of the liberal desperation diatribe, huh?

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Posted by seekandfind on 04/16/2017 at 6:46 PM

Re: “Boise's Capital City Public Market Kicks Off While Demonstrators Call for Trump's Tax Returns

It's about what he is hiding in his taxes and if he actually has paid any since his last tax returns were shown. They were over ten years old and showed he paid no taxes. And if he thinks playing this game is cute he's got another thing coming. He is a lier and sexual predator and is going to get us into WWIII at the rate he is going. I want a president who is scandal free and honest. And doesn't play golf every weekend on the taxpayer's dime.

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Posted by Susan Bakersmith on 04/16/2017 at 6:02 PM

Re: “Boise's Capital City Public Market Kicks Off While Demonstrators Call for Trump's Tax Returns

Mitt Romney should have told that worthless thief Harry Reid that he would match him year for year on releasing returns. That would have shut up Harry for good. This whole tax return thing is just an example of why so many good people choose not to subject themselves and their family to vicious inaccurate attacks.

I hope you all found the well hidden news that Melania Trump just a $3 million verdict from the toilet paper trash newspaper that had tried to sully her past. Now that is justice.

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Posted by seekandfind on 04/16/2017 at 12:01 PM

Re: “Boise's Capital City Public Market Kicks Off While Demonstrators Call for Trump's Tax Returns

I have no idea why people are so obsessed with his tax returns. I get it that the last modern presidents have done it voluntarily and also some might think he's hiding something, but it's a voluntary thing and Trump is choosing not to do it. You lost move on, not that big of a deal.
It is just more protesting of the election by the ignorant and the misinformed. Cultural Marxist hard at work... If they were so worried about the taxes, the demonstration would be about Auditing the Federal Reserve, so that in itself shows yoy it has nothing to do with his taxes...

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Posted by Jon Holems on 04/16/2017 at 11:47 AM

Re: “Boise Releases New X Games Details, Tour de Fat Changes Venue and Library Announces Curbside Service

Excuse me? Since when did tour de fat charge to get in. Is this a new thing??

Posted by alsparblom on 04/12/2017 at 9:18 PM

Re: “Facing Auschwitz

Noach Flug, the former president of the International Auschwitz Committee died 11 Aug 2011. If you like to read how people remember this eminent man - look at: http://www.jetztzeit-verlag.de/

Posted by Felix Schaefer on 10/05/2015 at 1:31 AM

Re: “Facing Auschwitz

I meet Ruth Treason, who wrote "The Long Walk", how she survived the Holocaust but lost her parents and baby sister until the Soviet soldiers rescued her after 3 years in Auschwitz. Ruth, may she rest in peace, passed away last years at 83 years young.
She was the most vibrant individual I ever met - her attitude was to make the most of the life she was granted. Had 3 sons and is also survived by her husband Emil.

Take care, Larry Polsky.

Posted by larrypsy on 09/23/2015 at 11:47 PM

Re: “Slideshow: Boise Weekly Goes to Bumbershoot

Memorial day??? Geez maybe too much marijuana smoke??

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Posted by jaaj on 09/12/2015 at 1:34 PM

Re: “Treefort Music Fest Tips 2016 Dates, Opens Music, Film Submissions

Can't wait to hear about the band that I have never heard of and will forget about the day after. Love the rock n roll earplug babies!

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Posted by pukeinmyears on 08/30/2015 at 8:29 AM

Re: “Shoppers Without Borders: Boise's New Mobile Market

Gotta confess, I was thinking more of the local merchants - "Reggie's Veggies," the Stonehenge (Overland/Columbus) etc., as opposed to Walmart or Freddie's, when I composed my comment.

Posted by bikeboy on 07/31/2015 at 9:18 AM

Re: “Shoppers Without Borders: Boise's New Mobile Market

The produce comes from farmers who sell at the Boise Farmers' Market, and are also trying to make a living growing and selling food. Not to mention competing with the Wal-Marts of the world, whose employees are the ones using food stamps so that Wal-Mart can get away with paying them a minimum wage that is in no way a living wage. And competing with cheap grocery store processed foods, which our government also systematically subsidizes. I think the grocery stores can probably handle the competition.

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Posted by Katie Painter on 07/24/2015 at 2:44 PM

Re: “Shoppers Without Borders: Boise's New Mobile Market

To bikeboy, I think you may have one detail wrong. This "government subsidized produce" is from our local farmers markets. It looks like this mobile market is only encouraging people who already receive SNAP benefits to eat more local and fresh. Shouldn't we want that? I know I would rather have someone spend $10 dollars buying from local farmers than at Wal Mart buying cheap food. Plus, I have been to this market once to check it out, and they are only at certain spots for a couple of hours a week. I think our other merchants should be able to compete with a produce stands that only sells for a couple of hours, right?

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Posted by Mike1287 on 07/24/2015 at 9:34 AM

Re: “Travels with Sharlie

My mother saw Sharlie in the early 1960's. She said that she looked across the lake and saw three humps in the water. She was very shocked by what she saw. She never saw him again. But after seeing him, she became a believer. She was not the type to believe in aliens or monsters. One time in 1983, my husband and I were laying on the beach when a huge wave came toward us. We had to run into the trees to keep from being hit by the wave. There were no boats in the area. We couldn't figure out what caused the wave, unless, of course, Sharlie had swam past us.

Posted by Cheri on 07/23/2015 at 1:06 AM

Re: “Shoppers Without Borders: Boise's New Mobile Market

Bring it up to Hidden Springs - it's desert

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Posted by AintThatAmerica on 07/22/2015 at 3:48 PM

Re: “Shoppers Without Borders: Boise's New Mobile Market

Other than the fact that it's government-subsidized competition against merchants who are trying to make a living selling food, it sounds like a good idea. (But on the bright side, when those merchants go out of business they can probably get some government-subsidized produce from the rolling produce stand.)

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Posted by bikeboy on 07/22/2015 at 9:15 AM

Re: “Beyond Borders: Boise State's Mexico Week

Yeah, a connection that the American People in general had nothing to do with. It was the farmers who started the whole mess.

Posted by RCB on 07/18/2015 at 3:01 PM

Re: “Naked and Not Ashamed

Nudism is the single greatest feeling of FREEDOM available in America today. Ahhh, the breeze....

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Posted by Andymt on 07/11/2015 at 6:51 PM

Re: “Potions and Paganism in Boise

In the years that I have been a part of this community; I have found a welcome, inclusive family. Even small children and animals are loved and nurtured here. A wonderful part of being a teacher here is the open flow of communication in TVW's learning system. I love that I always learn more than I ever teach. Bella's Grove is a warm place where love, wisdom and personal growth are the main thrust . . with a dash of magical mayhem . .

Posted by Hexd on 07/08/2015 at 2:54 PM

Re: “Potions and Paganism in Boise

Been going there 10 years. Love everyone. I have formed life long friendships, taught classes there, and I have become a far better person from just being there.

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Posted by Lady Avalon on 07/06/2015 at 10:11 PM

Re: “Potions and Paganism in Boise

It is nice to read a straight forward report. Anyone that starts a store like this has guts. Few do it for the money as monkey is rarely the big thing about such a store. I sincerely hope that it is profitable and successful and will get support from all the local Pagans.

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Posted by Christopher Blackwell on 06/29/2015 at 11:53 AM


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