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InstaPoll for April 6th – 8 Year Old Boy Pepper Sprayed?

Participate in the April 6th Top Story InstaPoll for 5,000 Loyal Listener Points. Here's today's question:

Police in Lakewood, Colorado used pepper spray on an 8 year old boy who lost his temper in class and threatened teachers with a weapon he made by tearing the trim off the wall.

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Instapoll 3/22/11: The “Der Spiegal” Photos..Liberal Propaganda?

The military is apologizing for photos published in the German magazine "Der Spiegal" over the weekend. the liberals are using them to further their anti war anti American sentiment' One photo depicts Spec. Jeremy N. Morlock of Wasilla, A

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Instapoll 3/21/11: If The Guns Law Passes..

An article in the Idaho Statesman over the weekend indicates that Otter may not sign a bill that allows students to carry firearms on campus if it makes it to his desk. (Read More HERE.)

What do you think? "Should Governor Otter sign a bill into law that would allow students and

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Instapoll 3/17/11: Obama In Rio

The president is planning to leave for Rio this weekend. "Resisting demands that he should remain at home in the White House to deal with the international response to Japan's nuclear crisis and Colonel Gaddafi's crackdown on anti-govern

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InstaPoll 03/16/11: Concerned About Possible Radiation Fallout?

Sales of iodine pills have soared in the United States amidst concerns of radiation fallout from Japan's nuclear crisis. From the Guardian:
The fires and explosions at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant have prompted a massive increase in the sale of anti-radiation tablets in the US and Canada – despite health officials and a prominent UK scientist dismissing it as unnecessary.

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Instapoll 3/15/11: Can We Afford To Cut $35 Million From Medicaid?

"Legislation cutting $35 million in Medicaid programs and services in the next fiscal year is headed to the full House for debate. The House Health and Welfare Committee voted 8-2 along party lines Monday to approve a bill that suspends or reduces a variety of progra

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Instapoll 3/14/11: The Future Of Nuclear Power in The U.S.

While Japan struggles with containing potential nuclear reactor meltdowns, politicians here in the U.S. are trading a war of words of the countries energy policy. (Read More HERE.)

What do you think..should the country's nuclea

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Instapoll 3/10/11: The Right To Sue Farmers?

A Bill currently in the State Legislature would allow farms and feedlots to expand their operations without the fear of being sued by their neighbors or other parties.  According to the Times-News "Supporters say this will protect farmers from merit less lawsuits in a state where agr

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Instapoll 3/8/11: SCHOOL BOND ELECTIONS

Voters in four Magic Valley school districts are headed to the polls today. Are you one of them? Click Here for more on the elections.

Today's instapoll question: "Do you plan on voting in today's school supplemental levy and bond e

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Instapoll 2/28: Cutting Planned Parenthood

Opinion writer Penny Young Nance  summarizes the debate over federal funding for Planned Parenthood this way: "All of a sudden, congressional appropriations that have gone unquestioned for decades may get zeroed out, and there is no better encapsulation of this than the fight over taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood. Simultaneously the crown jewel of the abortion industry and the abortion lobby, the liberal political powerhouse is p

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