Montana Rally For Future Of Freedom And Liberty

In Montana there are many citizens that are concerned about how the Covid-19 pandemic is playing on their rights. After Governor Bullock advanced the LockDown in Montana as a result of the federal advisory order. Many businesses and essential activities enjoyed and needed by the citizens of Montana were curtailed in the name of safety.Continue reading “Montana Rally For Future Of Freedom And Liberty”

Abortion Is Not Healthcare

By Tim Ravndal In Missoula Montana one of the high level interests is government overreach and spending. The Healthcare industry is a well oiled machine that is often co-opted by nonprofit organizations like Blue Mountain Clinic. Due to COVID19, Blue Mountain Clinic temporarily reduced their hours of operation. A decision was made to reduce theContinue reading “Abortion Is Not Healthcare”

Election Day Battle In Eastern Montana Heats Up

Election Campaigning is now in full swing across Montana. Candidates and those in office are working hard to make sure that the voters are provided all the campaign information they can get. It is very difficult with the quarantine in place prohibiting meeting citizens face to face. The primary election is going entirely to theContinue reading “Election Day Battle In Eastern Montana Heats Up”

Medicaid Expansion And Abortions In Montana

Medicaid Expansion And Abortions In Montana Opinion by Tim Ravndal In Montana the people voted on a recent Election Day to say no to “Medicaid Expansion” in Montana.  Because the Montana Legislature was in control of the agenda in 2019, they bypassed the citizens will and determined they were above the Constitution and passed MedicaidContinue reading “Medicaid Expansion And Abortions In Montana”

The Care Act

The Care Act By Tim Ravndal In America we are quickly moving into a new dimension.  It is important that we follow the prescription to protect the people of our great country.  It was not long ago that a piece of legislation that came from the federal representatives known as Obamacare placed a burden onContinue reading “The Care Act”

Essential Principles Of Government

History Lesson On Elections By Michael Bolden On Mar. 4, 1801, Thomas Jefferson gave his first inaugural address after winning a bitter campaign for President of these United States. During the campaign, he noted that the nation’s newspapers were “teaming with every falsehood they can invent for defamation.” John Adams, who was seeking re-election on the Federalist ticket,Continue reading “Essential Principles Of Government”

Constitutional Carry

By Tim Ravndal Many Candidates across Montana will claim without exception that they support the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution. They will Also undeniably claim to fully support Article II Section 12 of the Constitution of Montana. When campaigning, many will put their hunting vests on or pull up a picture of themselvesContinue reading “Constitutional Carry”