Your tax dollars at work.
Anyone standing for limited government and who believes that power should be retained to the individual citizen, has long recognized that over time their efforts have trended toward failure. One of the reasons – in fact, probably the primary reason – is because taxpayers must fund both sides of every political skirmish or campaign regarding ballot issues or legislative proposals, which incrementally increase the power of...
As foreigners from many different countries clamor at our gates demanding – not asking – to be let in, we are subjected to news reports which claim that these people are trying to escape intolerable conditions in their own countries, and “a lot of it is provoked by policies of the United States!”
Fifty state Farm Bureau presidents from across the nation attended an event at the Environmental Protection Agency headquarters in Washington to witness the signing of the proposed Clean Water Rule, on Dec. 11. One of those leaders was Montana Farm Bureau President Hans McPherson.
Eight agricultural associations joined forces to file an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court. The eight associations, represented by Mountain States Legal Foundation, seek to protect land usage rights from American Indian tribes that wish to hunt, out-of-season and without a license, on nearly all federal lands, including those leased and permitted to farmers and ranchers in the State of Wyoming.
Most people agree that women deserve the chance to advance up the economic latter. The real question is, how can that be achieved?
What many don’t realize is that women’s advancement doesn’t require gender quotas or affirmative action. What’s needed, above all, is free market policies that allow women to make their own choices.