A ‘Convention of States’ is a Good Idea on Paper, But Not in Reality

There is growing pressure mounting upon Montana statesmen and women, particularly conservatives, to support a ‘Convention of States’ to re-work the U.S. Constitution. In certain cases, advocates for a Convention of States have been aggressively hostile toward conservatives who are not yet sold on the idea of reworking our highest earthly law. This article will serve as a White Paper on the Convention of States, explain the pros and cons, and ultimately encourage caution and restraint before adopting such an agenda.

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GIDEON KNOX GROUP SUBPOENAED BY TYNDALE HOUSE, BUT WILL NOT BETRAY SOURCES

Shortly before Christmas, Gideon Knox Group publisher, JD Hall, received a subpoena from attorneys representing Tyndale House, regarding a news story published by Gideon Knox publication, Pulpit & Pen, in 2015. The subpoena demanded that Hall be deposed in only a few days from the date of the letter. At the time, Hall was attending a Turning Point USA event in Florida, so our attorney notified Tyndale House that their date was not acceptable.

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Republicans Who Opposed Protecting Montana Kids from Sexual Mutilation Will Be Challenged

We are gravely disappointed at the failure of HB113, which would have prevented Montana children from being sexually mutilated by their parents and physicians. Even before most of these children come to sexual maturity, their parents – many signaling their virtue for tolerating bizarrely unscientific and radically dangerous political ideas about gender – can decide to have a physician remove their sexual organs, bind their chests or provide double mastectomies, or to inject them with harmful hormone blockers that are often known to cause mental illness and increase the risk of suicide.

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SB65 Is Significantly Less Awful Post-Revisions, Deserves Support

Prior to amendments being made in the Montana Senate, Big Sky Public Policy Institute gave SB65 a big thumbs down. However, revisions in the Senate require us to make a revision in our rating of this as a good, bad, or indifferent bill.

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Mallerie Stromswold to Receive “Freshman RINO of 2021 Award”

[Big Sky Public Policy Institute] Each year in the Montana legislature, our state’s fine residents sit on the edge of their seat to see which state legislators will keep their word to their constituents and abide by the values and the platform of their party ticket. Roughly a third of Republican legislators are there under false pretenses, a part of Llew Jones (“R” – Conrad) Democrat Crossover Caucus, “Republicans” who regularly vote with Democrats.

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