Several weeks ago, I wrote a guest column criticizing school districts that allowed their students to skip class to participate in an openly partisan political protest. The “Climate Strike” was a nationwide, Trump-hating, far left event promoting the radical “Green New Deal” and its “down with capitalism” socialist agenda. Public school approval of student participation amounted to sanctioned POLITICALLY-CORRECT TRUANCY.
The American Society of Civil Engineers reports that Montana is listed as 33rd in terms of the condition of its infrastructure. It says that American families lose $3,400 in disposable income every year or $9 a day due to infrastructure deficiencies.
The good economic news just keeps coming, as today’s release of NFIB’s monthly Small Business Economic Trends (SBET) report revealed. Not so widely reported, however, is the small bit Montana played in keeping the state’s economy on the sunny side.
Early autumn means the start of harvest season for thousands of farmers across Montana. But for many, their ability to compete in an increasingly challenging and globalized agriculture market is hampered by a lack of broadband connectivity.
“….but they SHOULD want to help their neighbors,” said a friend recently in defending her position on a favored publically- funded program that would most definitely qualify as a socialist policy.