In recent years, the left has employed a new tactic in their efforts to redesign our culture. In legislative hearings and city council meetings across the state, they trot out ministers from so-called “Christian” churches who unapologetically claim that the Bible allows, and even celebrates, same sex marriage, abortion on demand and gender fluidity. It […]
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Yesterday two hearings took place that exemplify our misplaced priorities. The first was Senate Bill 44, a bill to provide a process to hold patients harmless from balanced billing by air ambulance companies. The hearing was large enough to move the Senate Business and Labor Committee from a small Room 422 to the very large, […]
There’s an old saying, “Good or bad, elections have consequences.” Well, I’m happy to report that after years of trying, we’re finally succeeding cutting off federal funding to America’s largest abortion provider. Recently, House Speaker Paul Ryan announced that the defunding of Planned Parenthood would be part of the repeal of Obamacare. Currently, Planned Parenthood […]
As President Ronald Reagan once said, “Government is like a baby. An alimentary canal with a big appetite at one end and no sense of responsibility at the other.” For those who enter politics, the very first rule of government is that there’s never enough money, NEVER! It’s an important lesson because the budget is […]
As of yesterday, 256 bills have been introduced in the Montana House and Senate. That may seem like a lot, but when it’s all said and done, that number will rise to about 1600. Many people know how a bill becomes a law because we’ve all seen the old Schoolhouse Rock video, “I’m Just a […]
by Jeff Laszloffy As 2016 draws to a close and we look forward to Christmas, I find myself filled with hope for several reasons. First, politically. For some, it’s the main reason. Their hope rises and falls depending on who wins the election. For me, strangely, given my job and politics, it’s a side […]
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