Idaho Speaks

Fighting for the freedoms enshrined in the US Constitution one podcast episode at a time.

Patient Denied Care at Kootenai Hospital ER Because He Was Not Vaccinated

By Ed | August 26, 2021

A listener called in to Idaho Speaks to share his story about being refused treatment for the COVID-19 because, he feels, he had not been vaccinated.  When Mike, the patient, started…

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A Legal Perspective on Idaho legislative Power Over Farmers and Ranchers

By Ed | August 25, 2021

Idaho has created a nutrient management standard for dairy farmers in Idaho.  Does this regulation go beyond the scope of what we expect from our legislative branch?  If legislators can regulate nutrient…

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Joe Alfieri Running for Mayor of Coeur d’Alene

By Ed | August 23, 2021

Joe Alfieri sits down with Idaho Speaks to make a special announcement with regards to his run for Coeur d’Alene City Council. To learn more about Joe, visit  Interested in…

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Branden Durst running for Idaho State Superintendent of Public Instruction

By Ed | August 20, 2021

Branden Durst sits down (virtually) with Idaho Speaks to talk about his candidacy. Interested in creating your own podcast?  Zenith Exhibits Studios provides affordable podcast production services.  Recording, Editing, Hosting,…

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Joe Alfieri Running for Cda City Council Talks About Traffic

By Ed | August 18, 2021

Joe Alfieri sits down with Idaho Speaks to talk about traffic in and around Coeur d’Alene and Kootenai County.  We talk about parking, mass transit options, taxing per mile, and several…

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Art Macomber Discusses Gubernatorial Emergency Powers

By Ed | August 16, 2021

For almost a year and a half, Governor Little has held emergency powers when Idaho law requires after 60 days power to return to the Legislator.  Art Macomber visits with Idaho…

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