Among the latest benefits to become a demand by those “entitled” to the property of others is government-enforced “family leave.” This follows a plunging waterfall of demands that one hears about every day. Whether its health care, health insurance, education, child care, food, cell phones, housing, guaranteed income — there’s just a lot of people out there who see themselves as the justified recipients of all these things at no cost to themselves.
An assemblage of news reporters, law enforcement, local and state officials and staff crowded into the new Eastern Montana Crime Lab in Billings on Thursday for an open house, and to recognize the efforts of so many who helped make possible a sorely needed addition to the state’s justice system.
President Trump recently raised tariffs on $200 billion worth of Chinese exports and threatened to impose import duties on all Chinese goods coming into the United States. Will American prices rise substantially as a result? This is a loaded question, because contrary to popular belief, tariffs don’t always raise prices.
June 4 marks the 30th anniversary of Tiananmen Square.
It is probably necessary to remind, and in many cases inform for the first time, many people about China’s ruthless crackdown on Chinese freedom fighters in Tiananmen Square in Beijing, 30 years ago. Chinese rulers have never divulged how many people— perhaps as many as 10,000 —were killed by the Chinese government – young students who courageously protested in support of democracy, with many pointing to copies of the US...
Montanans are among the most fit in the nation, according to a recent study conducted by QuoteWizard by Lending Tree.
To rank the fittest and fattest states, the study analyzed Center for Disease Control obesity data along with Body Mass Index data from QuoteWizard health insurance users to find an aggregate ranking.