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Projected Publication Date: January 18, 2013

Perspective: Commentary From the Editor 
Observe, Analyze, Invent: Welcome to the Bonner County Banner!

Idaho's Stolen Elections 
Talk continues that the 2012 May 15th Republican Primary was illegally conducted and its results unethically if not fraudulently obtained, with well over a thousand persons illegally registered and casting prohibited ballots in Bonner County alone.

School Safety 
Most people are surprised to know that Idaho already has a law on the books permitting local school boards to protect our students by arming adminstrators, teachers, other employees, and public persons.

Business: Year-around Golf in Sandpoint? 
Neither wind, nor rain, nor snow, nor end of twilight shall keep Sandpoint-area golfers from their game. Or their kids, either!

Column: On Local Taxes 
The Local Option Tax was doomed from the start.

Column: The Homeschoolers' Corner 
A series on the experience of homeschooling.

Editorial: Everything I Need to Know About Government, I've Learned From Being a Mom 
You learn a lot about human nature by being a mom--especially if you have several children.

The Back Page: Executive Report on Benghazi 

Open Primaries

Political Principles

An Open Letter to Moderates

Indoor Golf

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