Featured Writers

Here is contact information for a few of The Idaho Observer's regular contributors:

Don Harkins was an ordinary small businessman and sports reporter in Eastern Oregon when an unusual story lead him to The Oregon Observer in 1995 and a new career investigating government corruption began. In 1996 he returned to his home state of Idaho to found The Idaho Observer.

Ingri Cassel grew up in a home where medical orthodoxy was questioned. The daughter of Walene James ("Immunization: The Reality Behind the Myth," 1995), Ingri is the director of Vaccination Liberation, a global grassroots network advocating informed choice and freedom in health matters. Ingri is also the editor of The IOís popular and informative "Back to Basics" column, which focuses on nutrition and herbal remedies.

Hari Heath has been contributing The Brush Fire News column in The IO since 1998. His articles provide a fresh perspective on current events and his investigations commonly reveal hidden truths that strengthen the resolve of independent thinkers to continue their noble pursuit for freedom.

Anne Wilder Chamberlain is a retired postal worker who came to us as a volunteer for VacLib in 2006. Anne began proof editing in 2007 and soon after became a staff writer interested in exposing the deceptive nature of environmental politics. You can contact her through The Idaho Observer.

Amy Worthington has earned global acclaim for her thoroughly researched and impeccably cited and referenced investigative articles on chemtrails, depleted uranium and the globally-detrimental effects of radiation poisoning via wireless "conveniences" such cell phones and WiFi. Amy can be contacted through The Idaho Observer.

F. William Engdahl is the internationally-renowned author of the books "A Century of War" and "Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation." Billís passion of the last 40 years as a researcher has been geopolitics. As a result, his articles contain background information critical to better understanding contemporary events as they unfold. Contact Engdahl via his website at www.engdahl.oilgeopolitics.net