Quote for the Day…
The only time you should ever look back is to see how far you’ve come. ― Kim SeokJin
In today’s column, I look at these people/issues:
- More Reefer Madness
- Isn’t it Ironic?
- NFL Draft
- The Western Word Poll
MORE REEFER MADNESS:
The Electric website is reporting that recreational marijuana may be on the ballot in November for whether it should remain legalized in Cascade County.
That is Cascade County – where it was already approved in 2020 with 54.73 percent voting in favor and 45.27 percent against.
The Electric also reported that last week the City Commission voted to send the question of whether marijuana sales should be legal within the city limits to the voters after denying a request for an inspection for a couple wishing to sell marijuana within the city limits.
These roadblocks are pure bullshit. We have some rednecks serving on the commission in the city and county and, from what I am reading, we have some ignorant asses serving in the legislature from Cascade County.
Just put on the ballot a measure to tax the already approved recreational marijuana and fix some potholes. It’s that simple.
Then bake some pot brownies and relax…
Read the complete report from The Electric HERE.
ISN’T IT IRONIC?
Guess what I received in the mail today (Tuesday)? My daughter and I received our ballots for the school board election!
I already voted and the ballot I received in the mail today was voided at the election office.
For some reason, the ballots took one week to arrive at my home in Great Falls.
Is this a great country or what?
Heads-up – The 2022 NFL Draft starts Thursday at 6:00 pm (Montana time). It will be broadcast on NFL Network, ABC, ESPN, and ESPN Deportes.
Currently, my Kansas City Chiefs have 12 picks. Go Chiefs! See how many picks your team has by clicking HERE.
More information about the draft can be found HERE.
THE WESTERN WORD POLL:
This week the U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments in a case involving a high school football coach who was reprimanded for postgame prayers on the football field’s 50-yard line. The coach. starting in 2008, began kneeling on the football field after games and conducting a brief prayer. Eventually, many of his players joined him, as did members of opposing teams. This continued without formal complaint until 2015, when the school told Kennedy to stop. The case is Kennedy v. Bremerton School District. (More Background)
This week’s poll question asks, “Should the U.S. Supreme Court side with Kennedy or Bremerton?”
The results will be released Thursday.