We’ve traveled further south to Moscow, Idaho where I was interviewed by the Moscow-Pullman Daily News. Reporter Kate Baldwin asked about my platform. I said as president I’d work to end the Space Program, not because of the current problems … Continue reading


I was interviewed by Coeur d Lane, Idaho’s newspaper. The reporter asked me to share an interesting vignette from the road. I said in Brookings, Oregon during Campaign 2000 I approached a man on the street late one night, shook … Continue reading


While our children played a sandlot baseball game with a group of Amish children in Bonner’s Ferry, Idaho, I interviewed Elvy Miller who told me the Amish here were feeling a spiritual calling to help facilitate reconcilliation with the Native … Continue reading


I interviewed Tim Aldrich, who is retired after working for 37 years in the U.S. Forest Service Administration. He said the 1960s were a pivotal time for the environment, because prior to then there was almost unchecked logging, mining, and … Continue reading


We stopped in Kalispell, Montana where we interviewed Tierney Chabot and her mom Therese. Therese got Tierney, now 22, involved with Regnum Christi — an arm of the Catholic Church that takes faith very seriously. Tierney has been involved with … Continue reading


We stopped at a Hudderite Community in Valerie, Montana where there are some 111 people living in community because of their Christian beliefs. While they don’t do television and shun many “wordly notions,” they have adopted modern farming technology in … Continue reading


Liz took our kids to the Lewis & Clark Interpretative Center in Great Falls, Montana. This expedition charted a course that would eventually strip almost all the land from the Native Americans out west. We’ve built shrines (read: museums and … Continue reading


Was interviewed by Jim Dullenty of the Lewistown (MT) News-Argus. I told him I would have signed the Kyoto Protocol to curb greenhouse gas emissions, and what’s more, as president I would push for more wind turbine intitiatives in Montana, … Continue reading


Headed into Jordan, Montana where I interviewed the prosecuting attorney in the famous Freeman Case (which happened 20 miles from here). Nick Murnion received a John F. Kennedy “Courage Award” for his work on the case. Murnion told me he … Continue reading