Tester launches disingenuous attack on the Koch brothers

By   /  March 18, 2014  /  Montana, WatchBlog  /  No Comments


By Dustin Hurst | Watchdog.org
For some, ignorance is bliss, but for Democrat Jon Tester, it’s an important campaign tactic.
Sure, the second-term senator from Montana isn’t up for re-election until 2018, but that won’t stop him from using disingenuous attacks on the wealthy to scare his constituents into sending him campaign cash.
“Today, it looks like the billionaire Koch [...]

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AL to outlaw bestiality, but it’s still legal to rape a sheep in 13 states

By   /  March 14, 2014  /  Alabama, Hawaii, Montana, National, New Jersey, New Mexico, News, Ohio, Texas, Vermont, Virginia  /  No Comments


The Alabama Legislature is on track to pass a law this session outlawing bestiality in the state.

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Keystone XL proponents to flood feds with show of support

By   /  March 6, 2014  /  Energy, Montana, National, News, Wisconsin  /  No Comments


Saying it has the power of the American people on its side, proponents of the long-embattled Keystone XL Pipeline planned to deliver more than a half-million comments to the State Department urging President Obama to approve the pipeline.

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Fight erupts over pipeline builders and sexual assaults

By   /  March 5, 2014  /  Montana, National, Nebraska, News, Texas  /  No Comments

Kat Buchanan for Nebraska Watchdog

By Deena Winter | Nebraska Watchdog

LINCOLN, Neb. — The Nebraska chapter of Americans for Prosperity is calling on the leader of a pipeline opposition group to apologize for suggesting temporary construction workers who would build the proposed Keystone XL pipeline might sexually assault women who live nearby.

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Liberal watchdog group silent as Montana Democrat Walsh faces ethical problems

By   /  January 3, 2014  /  Montana, News  /  No Comments

WALSH WORLD: A 2010 report revealed that Walsh used a leadership position in the National Guard for personal gain.

By Dustin Hurst | Watchdog.org
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington bills itself as a government watchdog, a good-government group tasked with keeping an eye on the scoundrels in Congress.
Too bad CREW doesn’t actually do what it claims it does.
While Democratic U.S. Senate candidate John Walsh, now Montana’s lieutenant governor, faces ethical problems over an Army report [...]

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