Public Notice of Intent to Defy Supreme Court Ruling in Our Hiring Decisions


In a 6-3 ruling of  Bostock v. Clayton County, the Supreme Court expanded the definition of “sex” to include “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Ignoring authorial intent, the Supreme Court ruled that sex – which meant biological gender – would also refer to sexual behavior.

Because of this woefully unconstitutional opinion of the Supreme Court which seeks to rewrite law from the judiciary, it is widely assumed that it is now illegal to discriminate against those who engage in sexually immoral behavior or practice deception regarding the representation of their gender.

The Montana Daily Gazette proudly affirms the original 1964 Civil Rights Act, which says that employers may not discriminate “on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.” Most of these descriptors relate to immutable aspects of humanity either made by God or ensured by his providence.

However, in Bostock v. Clayton County, the Supreme Court has effectively added behaviors to list of protected qualities of a human being.

Let this serve as public notice of our intent to defy this Supreme Court opinion and any orders of lesser magistrates to enforce it.

Our publication maintains the right to practice our religion according to the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Our religion requires representing ourselves in a fashion that is above reproach in regards to our personal character and conduct. Because our publication cares about personal character, morality, and integrity, we will not hire employees who admit to engaging in behavior – sexual or otherwise – that we believe is repugnant to civility, common decency, or contrary to family values.

And while we pray for those with gender dysphoria, we will not hire employees who are confused regarding their gender because it does not bode well for their grasp of reality, their devotion to science and reason, or their understanding of basic educational issues like human biology. If the gender-dysphoric cannot accurately represent themselves, we do not believe they can adequately represent our company. And as a company, we alone have the right to determine who or who is not hired based upon our perceptions of their moral qualifications or disqualifications.

While it is highly supposed that “religious organizations” (like churches and religious non-profits) will be exempt from the new reading of Bostock v. Clayton County, businesses – like this one – will not be. However, the First Amendment was not given to churches or religious organizations, but to every individual American. While the Montana Daily Gazette is not a “religious organization” it is run by devoted Christians who have First Amendment rights to the freedom of conscience in all matters of life, including trade and commerce.


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  1. The Lord bless you!

    Joshua 1:5-6, “So I will be with thee: I will not fail thee, nor forsake thee. Be strong and of a good courage:”

    Ex. 24:3, “…and all the people answered with one voice, and said, All the words which the Lord hath said will we do.”

    Mt. 22:37-8, “Jesus said unto him, ‘Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment.'”

  2. “However, in Bostock v. Clayton County, the Supreme Court has effectively added behaviors to list of protected qualities of a human being.”

    Boom !!
    Nailed it.
    Just be ready for when “THEY” come after you !!!

  3. Praying for your newspaper, your employees and the bold stand you are taking to support truth and the American Constitution against anti-God, anti-American radicals.

  4. About time we all told the Supremes to get back to supporting the Constitution and stop usurping the roles of the other two branches of government. And when they get out of bounds we should be willing to defy their unconstitutional overreach. Same goes for govenors who are behaving like tinpot dictators– just ignore their illegal decrees.

  5. I absolutely LOVE seeing bold American businesses standing up to government oppression. Way to go, Montana Daily Gazette!
    You are free to use my name, email and website for any public list of supporters of this position should you find such a list of any value to you and/or your cause.
    God bless you and these United States of America.

  6. Bravo! I commend you all! Thank you for taking a real stand. This is huge and increasingly needed as we see so much of what we value and love about our country be destroyed and manipulated on a whim of capitulation to the mob. It takes people with scruples and cajones to stand and help others have the inspiration, encouragement, and impetus to take a stand as well. You are that inspiration for many. Thank you! God bless your company. Stand strong and keep your heads up! 💯❤

  7. Wow, at first I thought I was reading something from the late 1800’s regarding sex……but surprise ! It is today… talk about things we judge moral, or immoral….can you define that…..dare you define that. Please I await your response- what happens in a bedroom, or any room between two consenting adults should be your business.
    Roger Brame

  8. Thank you for taking a bold stand against the rising tyranny in our country. This Texan wishes we had a local news source with a moral backbone like you demonstrate! Thank you again for your inspiration to us all.


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