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  • Huckleberries: Candidate happy with endorsement from ‘Sheriff Mack’

    John Green, a “constitutional sheriff” candidate running in the Kootenai County GOP primary, is delighted to have the endorsement of erstwhile Arizona sheriff Richard Mack, founder of the Constitutional Sheriffs …


  • Huckleberries: Police blotter writer worthy of praise

    Whoever wrote the blotter report for the Post Falls Police Department on Thursday is a kindred spirit of Huckleberries. One brief report told of a woman and her roommate who …


  • Huckleberries: Mack won’t be held up by vote this time

    Sheriff Richard Mack, the tea party darling from Texas/Arizona, will return to North Idaho in July – and he didn’t need an invitation from the dysfunctional Kootenai County GOP Central …


  • Huckleberries: Departing deity, other elephants in room

    ‘Sheriff” Richard Mack, the darling of GOP Tea Party members in Kootenai and Spokane counties, is proof that fringe candidates are without honor in their own country – in his …


  • Former Arizona sheriff to speak

    A former Arizona sheriff revered by the militia movement for his outspoken criticism of gun control and government tyranny is returning to the Inland Northwest for meetings with local GOP …


  • Divisive former sheriff will meet with Spokane GOP

    A former Arizona sheriff revered by the militia movement for his outspoken criticism of gun control and government tyranny is returning to the Inland Northwest for meetings with local GOP …


  • Huckleberries: Kootenai County’s GOP barely sidestepped embarrassment

    Jeff Ward saved the Kootenai County Republicans from themselves when he successfully opposed their plan for Richard Mack to speak at their Lincoln Day Dinner on March 24. Ward is …


  • A passion rising

    They’re angry, and they’re getting organized. Groups once seen as fringe political outcasts are banding together, powered by what experts describe as an unprecedented fear of the federal government and …


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