Get ready for some major squabbling in the 2015 Montana Legislature
Greens, of course, are fine with the current dysfunction, as it empowers them, not average Montanans
In 2012 Judgepedia used DIME data to rank Montana’s Supreme Court America’s sixth-most-liberal
Voting should require enough forethought and effort for voters to take the process seriously
Perhaps it’s time to consider a state constitutional amendment ending direct election of our state Supreme Court justices
What is the point of this exercise? To save grizzly bears? Not really – after all, satellite-collar tracks in the Swan pretty much prove seasonal access management works pretty well.
Too often, I wonder if my America, where proud people think things through and make awesome things happen, is gone
The Wilderness Act was almost immediately pretzeled beyond recognition by both litigation and politics
I can understand why Greens want the status quo at all costs. Status quo gives even the worst radicals vast and unaccountable veto power
Not a penny of stamp money would compensate livestock growers for munched property, nor make up for all the munched hunting opportunity
Reporting “science” stories on work that has potential impacts without letting potentially affected readers see directly what the fuss is about is a dereliction of journalism’s duty to fully inform
After the primary election, my email box lit up with moaning and groaning about Democratic “cross-over” voting
Last week I went on an East Side writing trip, to the front of the mountains between Rogers Pass and Swift Dam.