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Whether you are for or against the Convention of States, please take a moment to read this and consider heavily what I have to say. I was at the Helena Capital building to absorb the words of others and testify against the COS. As I listened to those in support, I could feel the strength of … Read Article COS: Ignorance is bliss

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I’m going to combine two stories, one fictional and one real. In the 1999 fictional film, The Green Mile, the “green mile” referred to the stretch of green linoleum that death row inmates walked to Louisiana’s electric chair. When I was a kid, my father used to refer to cash as “long green.”… Read Article The Long Green Mile

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The recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Mississippi abortion case, Dobbs, v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization did more than simply deny women the right to decide their own health care issues, it denied them full citizenship in the political community of our nation. By stating that the… Read Article Abortion: let the struggle begin

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While Jefferson County has thankfully not experienced the historic flooding that neighboring counties have, their struggles are a sobering reminder to act now to prepare for flooding.  Jefferson County has many areas that are vulnerable to this threat.  The first step is to purchase flood in… Read Article How to prepare for flooding

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For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven; … a time to plant and a time to pluck up what is planted.   (Ecclesiastes 3:1)  Read Article A time to plant

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April brought rare calendar alignment of major holidays in Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths, causing a confluence of reflections for communities making up the three monotheistic traditions among people around the world who celebrate Passover, Easter and Ramadan, respectively.  Read Article Finding joy and signs of hope

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You probably see a dollar bill nearly every day, but do you know that the bill is a tribute to George Washington? Washington was born in 1732 in Virginia, served as commander of the Continental Army during the American Revolution, and was the first president of the United States of America—s… Read Article Learning History from a Dollar Bill

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