My little corner of Montana just took center stage in a major battle for religious freedom. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments Wednesday in the case of Kendra Espinoza, a Kalispell, Montana, mother, and other plaintiffs who say the state unfairly tried to cut them out of a scholarship program for private K-12
It’s been a period of tremendous growth for the Heartland Diary USA website, so I wanted to take a few minutes to introduce myself and say thanks for all the support. HeartlandDiaryUSA.com was begun in October 2018 with a few loyal readers, and has grown to almost 7,500 readers today. That includes more than 6,000
I wanted to let all my readers know that Amazon has removed my status as an Amazon Associate and has closed my Amazon storefront. Apparently, I violated Amazon rules by asking my readers to bookmark my Amazon storefront. I wanted to thank all of you who visited my storefront or clicked on my associate links
The social media giants like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are desperate to steer their users leftward into a world where everyone thinks alike and no dissent is allowed. I’ve been targeted by all three of those giants at least once. Facebook suspended my posting privileges for a week. YouTube has banned one of my videos.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: I’m turning this space over to a patriot today to honor all of our nation’s veterans. Richard Spencer is a Vietnam War veteran, whom I am proud to call friend. His encouragement is largely responsible for my taking the step of starting this blog after I retired, and he is the author of
Another milestone for Heartland Diary USA as our Twitter account @HeartlandDiary passed 5,000 followers on Tuesday less than nine months after our first Tweet was posted in October 2018. Thanks to the incredible MAGA community on Twitter for your tireless support of our great president and for supporting each other. I wouldn’t be here without