From a piece in, “The Economist,” here. I, and many others, saw this coming back in the mid to late 90’s when I lived in Idaho. It keeps up, like the song says, “…call someplace paradise, kiss it goodbye….” Boise is almost totally screwed up due to the large influx of liberal/progressive/transnational globalists; when I was there, there was a fairly small enclave (I called it a ‘coven’) of these ‘people’ on the North End. Now? They’ve stretched past Meridian to Middleton to Emmett, especially to Eagle to points North….even north Idaho is
infected being ‘settled’ by these, ‘people.’
East Idaho now has problems with ‘refugees’ as had been in the news of late; Idaho’s on the ropes when it comes to conserving the beautiful, liberty minded state it used to be (generally speaking).
Sure, there are rays of hope, like Idaho’s new ‘constitutional carry’ law that just went into effect. But remember, don’t call your state, ‘paradise’…