Today the Montana Family Foundation denounced the Supreme Court’s ruling and vowed that the battle for marriage is not over. Jeff Laszloffy, President of the Montana Family Foundation, said, “The court got it wrong, pure and simple, just as they did when they upheld slavery in Dred Scott and, as some would argue, more recently […]
If you listen to the news at all, you’ve probably heard the story of Rachel Dolezal this week. She’s a Montana native who until recently led the Spokane, Washington chapter of the NAACP. She’s a graduate of Howard University, and a leading advocate for civil rights for African Americans. There’s just one problem. She’s white. […]
There are some words that conservative legislators don’t hear often enough: Thank you. Public service is easy for liberals. The culture, the elites, and especially the mainstream media are universally in agreement that what liberals do in the legislature is good and right. Regulate more. Spend more. If we don’t have enough money to spend […]
The Montana Family Foundation will soon have a scorecard ready for families to see how their legislators voted on issues that matter to us. But there’s another scoring system we want to share with you. Legistats is short for Legislative Statistics. The Legistats website tracks the votes of all Montana legislators and scores them based […]
Who watches the watchmen? That was the question before the Montana Legislature yesterday as the Senate State Administration Committee held confirmation hearings for the Commissioner of Political Practices, Jonathan Motl. Motl was appointed to this position by Governor Steve Bullock, and he’s been a highly controversial figure since day one. His hearing at the Legislature […]
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