Megyn Kelly reports the truth about the Benghazi hearings.
by Dr. Ed Berry
While our rescue teams stood by, Hillary and Obama let four Americans die. Then they lied. They said Benghazi was a protest about a film made in California.
They knew the truth. Benghazi was a planned terrorist attack. Hillary and Obama could have saved our people.
Hillary testified she knew Benghazi was a planned terrorist attack. Her emails prove it.
In spite of her lies and failures, most Democrats still want “poor little innocent” Hillary to be our next president.
Why did Hillary and Obama not send in our rescue teams to save four Americans? Hopefully, Republicans will ask that question.
by Dr. Ed Berry
Counter opinions on September 21 attempted to defend Steve Daines by providing details of the creation side of the debate. This is not the way to defend Steve Daines on this subject.
A proper defense is as follows:
Fact: Evolution-creation science is “not settled” and may never be settled because neither the creation nor the evolution hypothesis can produce a falsifiable prediction.
Therefore, one’s position on this issue has no relevance to one’s qualifications to be a US Senator.
Where does this no “falsifiable prediction” stuff come from?
I will tell you a little story. [Read more…]
by RoseAnn Salanitri, Before It’s News
Our Constitution is clear about what the federal government can and cannot do. Article 1, Section 8[i], specifically defines the enumerated powers of the federal government. The rest of the Constitution was designed to keep tight reigns on government and to lay out with great specificity what the powers are of each branch of government; how our representatives are to be elected; their qualifications; and a whole range of other operating procedures within our government.
Our Founders did this because they understood the propensity of all governments and the people that run them to become power-crazed resulting in the continuous degeneration of the liberties of their citizens. They also had the foresight to include 10 amendments to the Constitution that protected the rights of our citizens that they deemed extraordinarily important, and which our government was to both protect and not infringe upon; hence we call these amendments our Bill of Rights. [Read more…]
by Dr. Ed Berry
I figured the Dems would chose former governor Schweitzer since he is the only Democrat with enough name recognition and political savvy to offer Republican Steve Daines competition.
But Brian Schweitzer has refused … because he does not want to lose and spoil his political career. No other Democrat wants to take Walsh’s place either. It would be impossible to begin a successful campaign from scratch with less than three months until November 4.
So, why not choose me to replace John Walsh?
Hey, I would give the Democrats national publicity that they can get in no other way. Imagine, a Democrat running for US Senate who tells people to vote for Republican Steve Daines. I would make the Montana Democratic Party the talk of the nation.
I would be the first Democrat ever with these positions: [Read more…]
by Scott Orr and Roger Koopman, Montana Conservatives
Taxpayer’s Advisory Bulletin (TAB)
2013 LEGISLATIVE SESSION
This is the fourth legislative session surveyed by Montana Conservatives through its now well-known TAB voting report. By reviewing every floor vote on every bill and amendment, TAB provides an exhaustive analysis of each legislator’s tendency toward increasing or decreasing the size, reach, power and cost of state, as well as federal and local government.
Unlike the many voting indexes released by interest groups on the left and right – each using a narrow selection of bills that concentrate on their industry or area of focus – Montana Conservatives considers all bills and applies accepted conservative values and principles across the full spectrum of legislative issues. Our only “special interest” is the cause of freedom, and our singular strategy is public information and voter awareness. [Read more…]
by Marita Noon
It’s no wonder that, as the New York Times (NYT) headline declared: “Growth in jobs slows sharply to 3-year low.” Addressing the Labor Department’s disappointing December Jobs Report, CNNMoney’s headline states: “2013 ends with weakest job growth in years.” USA Today called it a “Big miss” and CNBC’s Jim Cramer sees the 74,000 gain in payrolls as “A disastrous unemployment number.”
USA Today surveyed 37 economists whose median forecast for the December jobs number was a gain of 205,000 jobs.
Not only did the report’s 74,000 jobs gain fall far short of the 205,000 jobs forecast, it is not the only number that portends a job market about which CNNMoney believes: “suddenly looks a lot weaker than economists had thought.” USA Today points out: “For the year, employers added 2.18 million jobs, slightly fewer than 2012’s total of 2.19 million.” It adds: “Payroll growth was weak across the board, with education and health services, a reliable source of job growth even through the recession, adding no jobs.” [Read more…]