The Fourth of July for me is not just the anniversary of our nation, but also the anniversary of my dad’s return from Vietnam
Too long of a mutually cannibalistic “dance” will leave the core voters of my party burned out and covered in dung
The state government's bison battle
Breaking down what the Montana governor is thinking
If the Golden Spike had never been driven, what might Montana, the West, even the United States itself be?
Let’s be real: expanded Medicaid users will stay right where they are
The cost of medical services has outstripped inflation for at least four decades and shows no sign of slowing
Neither Medicaid nor Medicare are actually insurance
Analyzing the proposed roundabout along U.S. Highway 2 at Dern/Springcreek roads
HR-8 pretends to be about “universal background checks,” but there’s devilry in the details
One bill near and dear to my black little heart is Senate Bill 117 to "Revise Highway De-Icer Laws"
I’ve long felt that some kind of great bargain needs to be made by the post-Craiglist news trade
Doing the “popular” thing by knee-jerk Medicaid expansion, or Obamacare, is helping the monster grow
Greens have long viewed the Land and Water Conservation Fund as their special entitlement
Visit the Capitol in Helena during our 66th Legislative Session, which officially starts Jan. 8 and is scheduled to end May 1