Archives for October 2012
by Ken and Peggy Miller
As you know, I’m proud of the fact that I’m a solid constitutional conservative. You know me and my family as avid sportsmen and outdoor recreationist. You also know me as fiercely independent and that I don’t agree with Denny Rehberg on everything (to be honest, I don’t 100% agree with anyone).
I served in the State Senate with Jon Tester and know him and his votes well. I disagree with him almost 100% of the time on the important issues.
I’ve written you before about why I think Denny is Montana’s best hope to stand up for our values in the United States Senate. I wouldn’t send you another message if it wasn’t important. [Read more…]
“Your vote will affect the future and be recorded in eternity. Will you vote the values that will stand the test of fire?”
Former GOP Arkansas Gov and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee urges Americans to vote for conservative Christian principles. [Read more…]
by Dr. John Grady
Since then, here in America, we have butchered more than 60 million precious, innocent, unborn babies.
If our once great and highly favored United States of America is abandoned by Almighty God, and falls or is destroyed, this will be the principal reason.
by Sheriff Richard Mack [download PDF]
My messages of sheriff nullification and state sovereignty have not changed and never will. However, there is an unprecedented threat to our country, to my children and to my grandchildren and thus, to yours as well, if you have such yet.
Obama was raised as a communist and anti-American. Obama has made it clear he will destroy our Republic and plans to do worse as a lame duck President. He is the worst thing to ever happen to this country, although yes, there have been some that were similar. I am proud to say I never voted for Bush. [Read more…]
The Montana Standard of Butte endorses Rick Hill for Governor:
Throughout the course of the campaign for governor of this great state, it’s become apparent that one candidate is best prepared to serve as its leader, and that is Rick Hill.
Hill brings a wealth of experience to the post that one-term, Democratic opponent and Attorney General Steve Bullock simply can’t match. We applaud Mr. Bullock’s accomplishments as attorney general, especially for his initiatives in curbing DUIs and reducing prescription drug abuse.
But Hill brings a wider breadth of knowledge to the post, as demonstrated by the many debates the two held across the state. One can tell he’s well-schooled on the issues. And, he has many ideas on how to move the state forward.
Further, Hill’s not afraid to challenge the status quo to think differently, to move away from the usual way of doing business. [Read more…]
The Billings Gazette endorses Rick Hill for Governor:
In the race for governor, Montanans have a choice of Republican and Democratic candidates with starkly different views on how to move our great state forward.
Steve Bullock has done a good job as attorney general in his first term. He worked with lawmakers of both parties to successfully enact his proposals for curbing drunken driving and prescription drug abuse. It is, therefore, disappointing that Bullock hasn’t brought the same passion, specifics and organization to his campaign for governor.
Rick Hill, whom Montanans elected to two terms in the U.S. House, and who served as Gov. Marc Racicot’s legislative liaison, has hit the gubernatorial campaign trail with a load of proposals for moving Montana forward. [Read more…]
by Michael Savage, MichaelSavage.com
There is major news that the media is burying, taking about trivia, while the world is on fire.
The president was just thrown under the bus by his own CIA director, General Petraeus.
Petraeus insists that nobody in the CIA said “stand down” while the U.S. Embassy was being attacked, even though a CIA team was only a mile away.
That means that the orders to do nothing while Ambassador Stevens and the others were murdered came from inside the State Department or the White House itself. [Read more…]
by Neil Livingstone [download PDF]
I am writing on behalf of Denny Rehberg to my conservative, Constitutionalist, Libertarian, and Tea Party friends. This election is too important for us to cast symbolic votes. We’ve got to beat Obama and take back the Senate or it may be too late for America. This means voting for Republican candidates, despite the disagreements we have on important issues with some of them. Every one of them is better than their Democrat opponent.
John Tester is a U.S. Senator because a third party candidate siphoned off more than 10,000 votes from Sen. Conrad Burns, who lost by only 3,000 votes. Tester has been a disaster and has voted with President Obama 95% of the time. America would have been far better off if Burns had remained in the Senate. [Read more…]
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