Have you noticed the flurry of campaign flyers hitting your mailbox this week? Some would chalk it up to last-minute campaigning, but I think there’s something bigger at play. As we discussed last week, most of the major races appear to be very tight. Now we have proof. A Lee newspaper poll just out shows […]
Get the "In God We Trust" Montana license plate! These handsome license plates will tell the world that you believe in the national motto of the United States. The next time your license plates are due for renewal, make sure to tell the County Treasurer's office that you want the "In God We Trust" plate.
Montanans Oppose Transgender Schools Directive
As absentee ballots arrive and voting begins, nary a day goes by that the race for Montana Supreme Court is not mentioned in a major newspaper somewhere across the state. The question is, “Why?” Why have Supreme Court races gotten so competitive? Why has the confirmation process for U.S. Supreme Court justice gotten so contentious? […]
For the first 200 years of our nation’s history, pastors across America regularly preached sermons on the culturally relevant issues of the day. Yes, they preached on God’s plan for salvation, but they also preached on things like taxes, war, and politics, regularly going so far as to point out the candidates’ positions on the […]
Last week on this broadcast, we talked about who to vote for. In the cacophony of T.V. ads, radio ads, glossy mailers and billboards, how do we choose the right candidate for us? Where do we go for relevant information on the issues that WE care about? I suggested our website at montanafamily.org for information […]
Ready or not, here they come! It’s election season and absentee ballots are being readied by county election officials across the state. Now the question is; who to vote for? Where can you get reliable information on the candidates? It seems every other ad on television is a campaign ad, is that a reliable source? […]
As is often the case, who wins and who loses in the upcoming November election is, to a large degree, a function of voter turnout. This was critical in the 2012 election cycle where evangelical Christians stayed home in droves and Mitt Romney lost, giving President Obama his second term. This year will be no […]
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