Space Force commander fired after comments made on conservative podcast

A Space Force lieutenant colonel has been removed from his command after appearing on a conservative podcast criticizing the United States military. Lt. Col. Matthew Lohmeier joined The Steve Gruber show to discuss his new book, “Irresistible Revolution: Marxism’s Goal of Conquest & the Unmaking of the American Military,” which alleges that Marxist ideologies are … Read more

Coeur d’Alene city councilor carries around blank vaccination cards ‘just to tick people off’

The councilmember said its his fear that “vaccine passports,” which Gov. Little banned on the state level, would “become the new segregation.” COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho — One Coeur d’Alene city council member told The 208 that he doesn’t trust Democratic President Joe Biden’s or Republican Idaho Governor Brad’s Little’s promise of no vaccine passports and … Read more

Couer d’Alene city councilor carries around blank vaccination cards ‘just to tick people off’

The councilmember said its his fear that “vaccine passports,” which Gov. Little banned on the state level, would “become the new segregation.” COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho — One Couer d’Alene city council member told The 208 that he doesn’t trust Democratic President Joe Biden’s or Republican Idaho Governor Brad’s Little’s promise of no vaccine passports and … Read more

Ransomware group says it released ‘full data’ on DC police department

A ransomware group said it published its “full data” on the Washington Metropolitan Police Department this week, claiming the department’s payment offer wasn’t enough to prevent the release, according to screenshots of online posts by the group that were reviewed by CNN. “We publish the full data of the police department, including HR, Gang Database, … Read more

Gov. Little declares May 13 Bert Glandon Day in Idaho after retiring CWI president

The outgoing president spent the last 12 years at the College of Western Idaho and worked at educational institutions across Idaho, Oregon and Colorado before. BOISE, Idaho — Idaho Governor Brad Little made May 13 Bert Glandon Day in Idaho for the retiring president of College of Western Idaho, Bert Glandon. The outgoing president spent … Read more

House strikes deal to create independent January 6 commission

The top Democrat and Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee struck a deal to create a bipartisan commission to investigate the January 6 attack on the Capitol, breaking a months-long logjam between House leaders about how to structure the independent panel. House Homeland Security Chairman Bennie Thompson of Mississippi and the panel’s ranking Republican, … Read more

HUD Secretary violated the Hatch Act, Office of Special Counsel concludes

The US Office of Special Counsel has concluded that Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Marcia Fudge violated the Hatch Act, the law that limits the political activities of all federal civilian executive branch employees, when she commented on Ohio politics from the White House podium earlier this year. Fudge, who joined White House press … Read more

Since-deleted video shows Marjorie Taylor Greene harassing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s office during 2019 Capitol Hill visit

Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene confronted Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez outside the House chamber on Wednesday afternoon. The incident, first reported by The Washington Post, was just the latest of several hostile confrontations the Georgia congresswoman has had with her Democratic colleagues, but her interactions with the New York Democrat predate Greene’s election to Congress … Read more

Exclusive poll shows Boiseans concerned the city isn’t doing enough for affordable housing, worried about investors

BoiseDev and Emhold Research worked together to craft several polling questions to give a better sense of public opinion on key issues around housing affordability. The results show broad dissatisfaction with the current situation, and how local officials are handling it. “Not doing enough” Eighty-two percent of those polled said they thought the City of … Read more

White House not bending to pressure from progressives to condemn Israel

President Joe Biden and the White House are showing little willingness to bend to pressure from liberal Democrats calling for more robust condemnation of Israel’s actions amid the worst regional violence in years. Speaking at the White House, Biden said he did not detect a disproportionate response to Hamas’ rocket attacks from Israel, which has … Read more