By Greg Markle | Watchdog Opinion
A farmer named Lorenzo Ayala saved up $16,000 and was on his way to spend it on tractor parts. Unfortunately, he never got those tractor parts. The money was confiscated by Montana police.
The police say they smelled cologne and other strong smells in the cluttered car, which they know can […]
The Campaign for Accountability’s assault on Utah state Rep. Ken Ivory last week felt so familiar.Read More →
It’s high political drama in America’s West and it’s peppered with high-dollar deception.Read More →
Montana is following the trend of decreased statehouse reporting as as two well-known reporters of state government and politics are leaving.Read More →
By Paul Brennan | Watchdog.org
A Philadelphia school leader used one word to describe the claim that charter schools are promoting racial segregation, and a Milwaukee educator had one word to explain why she came out of retirement to teach at a new charter school.
Watchdog.org expounds on both words, along with plenty more on the most interesting […]
Given Gov. Steve Bullock’s veto record this legislative session, his passage of civil asset forfeiture was a welcomed surprise among property rights and privacy advocates.Read More →