The State Legislature in Idaho has stood up the Governor and the manufactured fear campaign and said, “No more.” Legislators in Idaho, including our friend Christy Zito, voted against the pandemic fear campaign and for liberty in that state.
During our Brownells Bullet Points segment, we have good news for all of you gun builders out there. Brownells has new parts kits for Glock builders and many other pieces and parts for other gun building projects.
What is better in a fight, a rifle or a pistol? For our SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters, we talk about being dangerous on-demand and choosing the best tool for the job. When the hoards of thugs and criminals head for your neighbor, with what tool with your arm yourself?
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- Idaho House passes resolution to end coronavirus emergency declaration www.ktvb.com
- Christy Zito Interview www.facebook.com
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Lawmakers voted Tuesday to advance a resolution that would end Idaho Gov. Brad Little’s coronavirus emergency declaration, a move designed to lift restrictions across the state that would also strip Idaho of its eligibility for some federal emergency aid money.
The 48-20 vote came despite concerns voiced by some members that such a resolution was in violation of the state Constitution and outside the scope of the special session, during which legislators are required to adhere only to the subjects on which it is called. Little called the session to address the upcoming election and limiting civil liability connected to the pandemic.
Rep. Steven Harris, R-Meridian and the sponsor of the resolution, said Little’s original declaration of emergency was intended to ensure that COVID-19 cases did not outstrip Idaho hospitals’ ability to care for patients. Hospital capacity has remained more than adequate since the pandemic began, Harris said, but the governor’s declaration and stay-home order caused “extensive collateral damage” to citizens.
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