North Idaho Slow Growth

Research and Information

  • Is Sheriff Norris Conservative or RINO?

    A close look at Norris's career and associations shows that he does not have the outlook of a constitutional sheriff, and his record shows that he is not even a true conservative.  For these reasons, Norris critics do not believe that he has the independent frame of mind necessary to stand up the greatest threat to the liberty of the people of Kootenai County—the Federal Government.  

  • Precinct Wars: MAGA Patriots vs. RINOs

    Wow! The Battle of the Precinct Committeemen is getting HOT! The traitorous band of FAKE Republicans who used to control the Idaho GOP want their party back. They are going on the offensive to restore their lost influence, and the battle is being fought at the precinct level. Right now, oodles of stakeholder money—up to $2 Million—is flowing into the coffers of RINO precinct races, state wide. You heard that right. MILLIONS of IACI corporate dollars are being pledged to unseat Conservative…

  • Is Sheriff Norris a Freemason?

    Since Sheriff Norris’s has declared a Show Your Proof Challenge, NISGR has written an article to show proof that Sheriff Norris is likely a Freemason, or closely associated with Masons. To those who understand how corrupting of an influence Masonry can be on law enforcement, this is a serious concern. One of the problems with accusing someone of having Masonic associations is that the public perception of Freemasonry ranges from that of a harmless patriotic group, to that of a diabolical sec…

  • Absentee Ballot Problems Go Postal

    This article investigates the U.S. Postal Service and the problems with mail-in ballots. It is nearly impossible to prove fraud, but we can make a strong case that USPS should not be trusted, and its role in elections should be minimized. Wide discrepancies in voter preferences between in-person and mail-in ballots are frequent, and they often decide elections. For example, in 2020 Trump won the “in-person” vote in all fifty states but was defeated because of an incredibly high percentage of…

  • IACI: Corporate Statism Disguised as Business

    The Idaho Association of Commerce and Industry (IACI), represents itself as a business lobby that advocates for "economic opportunity” and "polices that achieve economic growth through entrepreneurship and free enterprise”. But a quick look at the companies that make up IACA's board shows that this is pure bunkum. What IACI promotes is corporate statism, a collectivist form of government run by oligarchs disguised as businessmen. "Corporatocracy is an economic, political and judicial syste…

  • Kovacs and KC's Kangaroo Court

    But instead of providing answers and clarity, the effect of the meeting was to alarm, confuse, and mislead the public.  Why, instead of consulting with attorneys privately, about this important matter, did county officials choose to make a spectacle out of the fact that Kovacs made private recordings and excoriate him publicly, when there was no evidence that he had done anything illegal or unethical?

  • Kovacs' Gift of Transparency

    As frequent users of the Assessors' tools, we are appreciative of the work that has been done under Kovacs watch, and are sorry to see that there is so much controversy surrounding his office.   We will discuss the political challenges of the Assessor later in the article, but first we’d like to provide specific examples of why we are pleased with his work.

  • Stop 5G, Stop SMART Cities

    The worst problem with 5G is not that it is potential harmful.  It is that 5G ultra-high data rates provide no real benefits to end-users, and never will.  There is simply no need to upgrade our entire cellular network to a new protocol just to provide for insanely high bandwidths and sub micro-second latencies that no one but globalist, SMART city-loving,  control-freak technocrats, and surveillance agencies really care about.

  • North Idaho's Healthcare Kraken: Kootenai Health

    Could such a bureaucratic behemoth of a hospital system as St. Luke ever exist North Idaho?   Yes it could.  In late 2022, the Kootenai Health board of Trustees voted to turn over all the assets of the county owned hospital to a private foundation, structured much like St. Luke Health System.  St. Luke is the model upon which those who now control Kootenai Health intend to base their system.

  • South Idaho's Healthcare Colossus: St. Luke

    With a workforce of over 16,000 St. Luke is the largest employer in Idaho.   In 2022 it presided over 50 thousand hospital admissions, 45 thousand surgeries, and nearly 3 million outpatient appointments.  It is the dominant healthcare provider in dozens of Southern Idaho communities, and its annual budget now exceeds $4 Billion dollars—up from $2 Billion in 2016

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