Category: Resources

Rexburg 2021 City Council Candidates

Rexburg City Council Candidate Profiles This year, Rexburg has nine city council candidates running for three open seats. Two of the nine are incumbents who are currently serving on the city council. In preparation for Election Day, November 2nd, we have provided the following spreadsheet of information about the candidates to help you get to…

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Public School, Conscience, and Parenting

What are concerned parents to do about threats to personal beliefs and religious freedom in formal education? Madison Liberty Institute highlights a new resource from the Family Policy Alliance. Sir Francis Bacon said it best three centuries ago: “Knowledge is power.”  Americans have, historically, believed these words.   A thirst for knowledge spurred the founding of…

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Too Late to Apologize: A Declaration

Happy 243rd America! In honor of Independence Day yesterday, we thought it appropriate (and fun) to share this parody of the song Apologize by OneRepublic/Timbaland from Soomo Learning.  The parody, Too Late to Apologize: A Declaration, was the publisher’s attempt “to humanize the sentiment of the founders in writing the declaration.” According to Soomo, the…

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Not Yours to Give

by Colonel David Crockett Compiled by Edward S. Ellis One day in the House of Representatives, a bill was taken up appropriating money for the benefit of a widow of a distinguished naval officer. Several beautiful speeches had been made in its support. The Speaker was just about to put the question when Crockett arose:…

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