Meet the radical revolutionary running for U.S. Senate in Montana

By   /  August 26, 2014  /  Montana, News  /  No Comments

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Montana Democrats needed a savior to help them score an unlikely victory for one of the state’s U.S. Senate seats.

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Why labor unions are more like Miley Cyrus and Lindsay Lohan than you realize

By   /  August 12, 2014  /  Montana, National, News  /  No Comments


By Dustin Hurst |
BOISE, Idaho — With their grip on power in modern American culture slipping daily, the country’s labor unions will try anything to to hold onto their dominion and relevance.
No, really. Anything. Anything at all.
Defending academic plagiarism? Check. Threatening dissenters? Yup. Tricking its own members to keep them funnelling cash to the bosses? [...]

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Teachers union dismisses senator’s alleged plagiarism

By   /  July 31, 2014  /  Montana, News  /  No Comments

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By Michael Mattson |
Plagiarism is the most ancient form of defaulting on a student loan.
Eric Fever, president of the Montana Education Association-Montana Federation of Teachers, is defending U.S. Sen. John Walsh, D-Mont., amid the political fallout from recent allegations of plagiarism.
MEA-MFT claims it is the largest labor union in the state of Montana, boasting [...]

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7 reasons to be hopeful about America’s future

By   /  July 4, 2014  /  Alabama, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, National, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Dakota, Northwest, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee Watchdog, Texas, Vermont  /  No Comments


By Dustin Hurst and Andrew Collins |
Things might be tough for America right now, but c’mon, there’s always hope. Though government continues to grow and invade personal and civil liberties by the day, we’re still America, the country founded on the idea of liberty, the nation with freedom enshrined in its founding documents.
So wipe those tears, [...]

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New Mexico shoots down drones for hunting

By   /  June 27, 2014  /  Alaska, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, New Mexico Watchdog, News, State Government  /  No Comments

DEATH FROM ABOVE?: New Mexico is considering an outright ban of drones that are used to help hunters track down big game.

New Mexico’s Game Commission unanimously approved a proposal banning drones to help hunters track down big game.

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Why there’s a federal land dispute brewing out West

By   /  June 20, 2014  /  Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming  /  No Comments

WHOSE LAND IS THIS LAND? Unlike states in the East, vast swaths of acreage in the West is owned by the federal government.

A glance at a map showing the percentage of state land owned by the federal government shows a remarkable difference between the East and the West.

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