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 young girl “Challenge Clubs.” These are peer support groups where girls and young women meet regularly to discuss things like “virtues” and how they are trying to live those out in the world. One popular Regnum Christi event for young women is a: Modesty Fashion Show. In a “tidal wave” of sin behavior in our current culture, Tierney said Regnum Christi girls: “rock to a different beat…” After the interview, I was interviewed by Kalispell’s Channel 18 News. I said to the reporter that part of our “common sense” platform involves environmental issues. That is, farmers are currently pumping all kinds of chemicals (herbacides, pesticides, fertilizers…) into the plants and soil — and then we are ingesting the chemicals, and getting cancer. “Common sense,” I said, “is that we: stop using things that cause cancer.” Read: organic farming. The reporter nodded.