I have to outright laugh every month at the letters the Chronicle prints from Dan Klusman, Peter Arnone, Jack Levitt and a few others. Each of them pens a missive, every month like clockwork, extolling the virtues of our president, stoking fear of a socialist takeover and accusing those of us who express our distaste […]
Kerry White’s letter to the editor (April 30) extolling Greg Gianforte’s candidacy for governor exhibits his disdain for cooperative management of public-trust natural resources and his propensity to fabricate his own “facts.” His support for elk “shoulder season” hunts neglects Fish, Wildlife & Parks data demonstrating that (1) shoulder seasons often have not achieved their original […]
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This year, Earth Day celebrated its 50th year. Its original intent was to protest environmental degradation and it served as a call to action to heal our planet and ourselves. It was very clear then, and even more clear then and even more now, that our health, the environment, and the climate are inextricably linked. […]
Former presidents have almost always had to deal with some crisis where they had to take on the mantle of being the president of all of us, and showing us how they could feel our pain and share our suffering by showing us their own humanity. I remember Clinton speaking after the Oklahoma City bombing, […]
Senator Steve Daines is running television ads saying he is “leading efforts to break our dependence on China” for drugs that are being manufactured there and then shipped to the United States. Anyone out there remember that Steve Daines, a chemical engineer, worked for Proctor and Gamble for six years in Hong Kong and China? […]
With data indicating that the economic fallout from the coronavirus will equate to that of the Great Depression, there is no better time to rethink the way we as a society earn our livings, treat each other and take care of our planet. We live in scarily reminiscent times. We wonder what the future will […]
By CATHY WHITLOCK AND BRUCE MAXWELL Guest columnists If we’ve learned anything from the COVID-19 pandemic, it is the importance of reducing risk and the real cost in terms of lives lost when action is either halfhearted or poorly implemented. In the months ahead, the world hopes to overcome this pandemic, but solving this immediate […]
Click Here to see The LiarTweets tonight by Roy Zimmerman & the ReZisters We can’t fix stupid, but we can vote it from office Okay, I can’t stand it any longer; I want to scream this from the tallest building in Montana: This is the most narcissistic, egotistical, serf-serving president (or is it wannabe king?) […]
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