Our Special Guest tonight is Representative Phil Hart
Idaho is really not anti-wolf. We liked our Idaho Timberwolves. At the time of the federal wolf introduction, Idaho had about 80 Timberwolves, and they were increasing in number. The Idaho Timberwolf weighed about 85 pounds at maturity. It ran in packs of two. It survived off of small game. And they were very skittish around humans. At least two members of our House of Representatives saw these Timberwolves prior to the introduction of the Canadian Gray Wolf by the federal government. We could have managed the Idaho Timberwolf back to so-called recovery levels...
G. Edward Griffin discusses the US monetary system, fiat money, legal tender and the value of silver and gold.
Idaho State Representative Phil Hart explains the “Idaho State Silver Gem Act” that he authored and plans to re-introduce next year. The Silver Gem Act allows the State Treasurer to sell and accept silver medallions for people to use any way they wish. Silver transactions with the State would be penalty and premium free. The silver would be set at market value.
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