Archives for November 2014
by Sandy Welch, 2012 Republican Candidate for Montana Office of Public Instruction
On November 17, I explained why the claimed “censure” of Senator Bruce Tutvedt by the Flathead County Republican Central Committee (FCRCC) is an unsupported, inflammatory personal attack on Senator Bruce Tutvedt. However, on November 19, Jim White took the side of the Republican radicals who now dominate the FCRCC. Here is my reply to White.
The fact is Senator Bruce Tutvedt was active in fundraising for a political action committee. This is perfectly legal, is not bribery, is not lobbying, and is not compensation.
Examine the reports
Let’s take a look at actions that are acceptable to and encouraged by the Flathead County Republican Central Committee.
Senator Verdell Jackson raises money for the ReHe PAC. He is vocal in his opposition to the water compact and spends time with candidates to “educate” them and get them to pledge their opposition to the compact and spends PAC money promoting them. Of the $54,606 dollars raised by the ReHe PAC, $20,000 came from Excellence in Voting and $20,000 came from the Flathead County Republican Central Committee. Both are political committees.
Excellence in Voting is a PAC whose chairman and only contributor is Ray Thompson, who made three contributions (2008 and 2010) totaling $170,000 and is a staunch opponent of the water compact. Excellence in Voting and Ray Thompson individually make contributions during primary races. [Read more…]
Marita Noon shows a giant difference between Republicans and Democrats, proving those who believe the Moron Mantra are, well, morons. – Ed
by Marita Noon
Now that the dust has settled on the 2014 midterms, we can get a sense of how things will change in Washington under a Republican controlled Senate—and energy will be front and center.
Republicans and Democrats have very different views on energy development and policy. The past six years have seen taxpayer dollars poured into green-energy projects that have embarrassed the administration and promoted teppan-style renewables that chop-up and fry unsuspecting birds midflight and increase costs for consumers and business. Meanwhile, Republicans have touted the job creation and economic impact available through America’s abundant fossil-fuel resources.
Voters made their preference clear: Republicans won more seats, and with bigger majorities, than anyone predicted. [Read more…]
On November 10, Gina sent a public email accusing Republicans who support the CSKT Water Compact of accepting “bribe” money to attack other Republicans. But the so-called “bribe” money was a transparent public contribution and the so-called “attack” was normal inter-rivalry during Republican primary elections.
Also on November 10, the Flathead County Republican Central Committee (FCRCC) sent its November 13 Agenda with Item 11 “New Business: a. Standard of ethics” which turned out to be a secret, pre-planned attack on Senator Bruce Tutvedt with a Power Point presentation. But the FCRCC did not pre-inform Senator Tutvedt so he could defend the accusations against him.
Now, the ethics charge has backfired on those who planned and executed the kangaroo court, and who so far have refused to send Senator Tutvedt information he has rightfully requested. The meeting’s minutes and signup sheet should reveal the unethical parties who participated in this kangaroo court. – Ed
by Sandy Welch, 2012 Republican Candidate for Montana Office of Public Instruction
Those who align themselves with the uniformed radical wing are on another illogical angry rant. This time it is an attempt to convince others that a transparent public contribution made by a Tribe to a PAC supporting the election of open minded legislative candidates is somehow bribery.
Unlike the claim that was made, this is far from the first time that Republicans have raised money and spent it to challenge other Republicans in the primaries. Many of us were told that primaries were good for the party when it was the Tea Party attacking “RINO”s. Now that the tables are being turned memories have gotten short.
We must start with the understanding that words have meaning.
Bribe – something valuable (such as money) that is given in order to get someone to do something.
The email that was forwarded across the state (included below) is an attempt to convince the public that a transparent public contribution made by a Tribe to a PAC supporting the election of open minded legislative candidates is somehow bribery. [Read more…]
Kyoji Kimoto reviews the basic global warming hypothesis. This hypothesis claims doubling atmospheric carbon dioxide in the absence of feedbacks will warm the Earth by about 1.2 degrees C.
All IPCC’s global warming predictions are based on this basic hypothesis.
Kyoji Kimoto shows why the basic global warming hypothesis may be wrong. He shows doubling carbon dioxide in the absence of feedbacks will warm the Earth by only 0.14 degrees C.
Kimoto’s paper is now open to scientific review.
by Kyoji Kimoto
1. Activities of four eminent modelers
The central dogma in anthropogenic global warming (AGW) theory is that zero feedback climate sensitivity (Planck response) is 1.2~1.3 K. This gives climate sensitivity when multiplied by feedbacks (Hansen et al., 1984).
Until Kimoto (2009), theoretical discussions concentrated on the feedback issue. However, it is impossible to accurately determine the feedbacks caused by the variable nature of water in the perturbed atmosphere with CO2 doubling. This problem has resulted in speculative discussions for a long time.
However, rigorous discussions are possible for the zero feedback climate sensitivity (Planck response) based on mathematics and physics. The Planck response of 1.2 K for GCMs comes from one-dimensional radiative convective equilibrium models (1DRCM) that assume the fixed lapse rate of 6.5 K/km (FLRA) and use the mathematical method of Cess (1976), equation (3).
The works of the following eminent modelers are mainly concerned with the central dogma of the AGW theory. [Read more…]
Look at the large red area where voters elected Republicans to US Congress. If Oath Keepers National Chaplain Pastor Chuck Baldwin and his followers had their way, the whole State of Montana would have been blue. [Read more…]
- John Brennan, current head of the CIA converted to Islam while stationed in Saudi Arabia.
- Obama’s top advisor, Valerie Jarrett, is a Muslim who was born in Iran where her parents still live.
- Hillary Clinton’s top advisor, Huma Abedin is a Muslim, whose mother and brother are involved in the now outlawed Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt.
- Assistant Secretary for Policy Development for Homeland Security, Arif Aikhan, is a Muslim.
- Homeland Security Advisor, Mohammed Elibiary, is a Muslim.
- Obama advisor and founder of the Muslim Public Affairs.
- Council, Salam al-Marayati, is a Muslim.
- Obama’s Sharia Czar, Imam Mohamed Magid, of the Islamic Society of North America is a Muslim.
- Advisory Council on Faith-Based Neighborhood Partnerships, Eboo Patel, is a Muslim.
- Barack Hussein Obama is a Muslim.
- Obama never officially took the oath of office when he was sworn in because he didn’t repeat the oath properly to defend our nation and our Constitution.
by Dr. Ed Berry
Republicans picked up 9 seats in the US Senate (7 races competed and 2 in process) and more seats in the US House. Say “Good bye” to Harry Reid as Republicans take control the US Senate in 2015.
This 2014 Republican sweep is a national shift toward the Republican Party, primarily due to extreme dissatisfaction with Obama. Republican voters helped stop Obama’s plan to destroy America. See D’Souza’s America (BlueRay DVD, Kindle, hardcover).
Republicans may be too late to stop Obama’s next executive order to legalize the illegal aliens but Republicans will be able to stop many of Obama’s destructive plans after they take control of Congress in 2015.
Only six times since World War II has the opposite party taken control of Congress in sixth year of a president’s term. Five of those six times, the opposite party won the next presidential election. This bodes well for a Republican president in 2016 and bad for Hillary’s plan to succeed Obama.
The Republican Landslide in Montana
Montana is finally the state I hoped for when I moved here in 2008. [Read more…]