Breaking the Chains – Boundary County’s Call to Action for Change


Boundary County, nestled in the scenic beauty of northern Idaho, has long been a haven for those seeking a tranquil lifestyle. However, developments of the past few decades suggests that the community’s tranquility may be at the cost of political stagnation, with local voters accused of failing their families through complacency and a reluctance to get involved in the affairs of the county. In this article, we explore the impact of voter complacency on local governance and discuss the potential role of newcomers in breaking the stranglehold of corruption on Boundary County.

The Consequences of Voter Complacency

One of the cornerstones of a thriving Republic, is an engaged and informed electorate. Unfortunately, in Boundary County, a growing sense of voter complacency and apathy has emerged, with many residents becoming disinterested or disillusioned with local politics. This lack of involvement has allowed a select few to maintain control over the county’s affairs, to the detriment of its residents.

Many Boundary County families have been adversely affected by this complacency. When people fail to actively participate in the voting process, they risk allowing those in power to make decisions that may not align with the best interests of the community. The impact of such decisions is felt by families struggling with inadequate resources and opportunities. If you are not part of the power structure club of Boundary County, you have extremely limited opportunity in this community. If you allow the current power structure to exist, they will continue to strangle those whom they see as “unfit”.


The Failure of the Citizens to Stop the Corruption

We have allowed a few corrupt families of this community, to continue their stranglehold over this county for decades. When given the opportunity to do something about it, the citizens have been apathetic. Apathy has taken over people’s willingness to fight for what is right. We are left with those who consistently complain, but fail to actually do anything about the unethical behavior of those who hold this county  in their grip. This behavior has allowed the corrupt to consolidate power in this community to the point that good people are in fear to do the right thing by displacing the corrupt.


The Outsider Perspective

While the local population may be hesitant to challenge the status quo, newcomers from other states could hold the key to revitalizing Boundary County’s political landscape. People relocating to the area often bring fresh perspectives, experiences, and a willingness to actively participate in civic life. This influx of new ideas and energy can challenge the existing power structures, providing an opportunity for positive change.

Newcomers, unburdened by historical allegiances and local power dynamics, can serve as a catalyst for transformation. By actively engaging in community affairs, these individuals can contribute to a more transparent political environment. In doing so, they may help dismantle the grip of corruption that has stifled Boundary County for too long.

Building Bridges for Change

Breaking the chains of complacency requires a concerted effort from both long-time residents and newcomers alike. Building bridges between these two groups is crucial for fostering a sense of unity and shared purpose. Local organizations, community forums, and civic events can serve as platforms for dialogue and collaboration.

It is essential for residents, old and new, to recognize the common goal of creating a vibrant and prosperous Boundary County. By working together, we can challenge entrenched power structures, demand accountability, and ensure that the county’s policies reflect the diverse needs and aspirations of its residents.


Boundary County stands at a crossroads, where the choice between complacency and active engagement will shape its future. While the long-time residents bear a responsibility to reclaim their agency in local politics, newcomers bring a valuable infusion of fresh perspectives. By uniting and actively participating in civic life, the people of Boundary County can break free from the stranglehold of corruption and create a community that truly serves the best interests of all its residents.




  1. When I left California for good in 1995 unemployment was 18% in my county. I was a framing contractor and bids were so low that there was no money left for me . I was too dumb and young to realize that I was competing with illegal labor from the south. Liberal politics. I went to Phoenix and then to Scottsdale where unemployment was under 3% and prospered. After 20 years we retired to Naples where we homestead a nice property
    We from California are accused of bringing our politics with us, couldn’t be further from the truth WE FLED liberal politics and can spot a liberal a mile away. And you are 100% spot on. Voter apathy is just what the uniparty wants, low turnouts and most of all Mail in ballots. 33% of the total votes in the last 3 elections since I have been following have been lost by Christian, constitutional conservatives. Good strong leaders that should have won.
    Liberal politics is alive and well in Boundary County and these people need eyes on them and I am doing all I can to prevent liberalism from hurting me again.

  2. I agree with you wholeheartedly, but, we must be vigilant in not letting those come in that want to change the place to a far reaching perspective beyond what others moved here for, and why we still live here. We long for the days when the corruption was far less noticeable. There’s always corruption, everywhere, but it has definitely gotten out of hand here, and frankly, we are sick and tired of it. We welcome fresh perspectives, but are very wary

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