Just when it seems that the world is spinning off its axis and could not possibly get any more absurd, I see an article that takes “absurd” to a whole new level. This week, in fact, it was three articles. The first was a video of students on a Washington university campus being asked how […]
With the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the Senate of the United States faces a tough question. Do they allow President Obama to choose a third Justice, or do they hold off and let the next President make the appointment. Yesterday I was asked during a radio interview what I thought the Senate […]
In the realm of public policy we report on the good, the bad, and the ugly. That said, in recent years, we’re reporting on issues that go far beyond simply being bad, and routinely stray into the realm of the ludicrous and the bizarre. Today, I was planning on reporting on a story out of […]
Montana’s Public Schools do a great job for most students, but as every parent knows, children aren’t all the same. One likes to run, the other likes to sit in the corner with a book. One likes to play videogames while the other prefers football. And while most do very well in public schools, there […]
For those who may not know, the primary goal of the Montana Family Foundation is to affect public policy in a positive way from a Judeo Christian perspective. We do it primarily through research, education, and our involvement in court cases and the legislative process. It’s our passion and we’ve been at it for nearly […]
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