Month: April 2012

Commander Ryan Zinke receives “extraordinary hero” honors

Montana State Senator Ryan Zinke received “extraordinary hero” honors at the National Association of Electrical Distributors annual conference hosted by Robroy Industries in Washington DC on April 26. Zinke shared the honors with fellow SEALs Coleman Ruiz and Jim Smith along with founder of the American Widow Project Taryn Davis. Zinke, a retired veteran with 23 years …

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Ryan Zinke: Why I’m running to be Montana’s Lt. Governor

by Ryan Zinke I am often asked “why run for office given the present political environment of distrust, misrepresentation, and personal attacks?” The simple answer is I care about working families and the legacy we leave our children. I care about having better jobs and better education. I care about using our public lands for …

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Watch the new F-35B take off and land

No catapult. No hook. Watch the latest sea trials of the new F-35B on the USS Wasp carrier. This video shows the trials just off Newport News (Hampton Roads), Virginia.  Notice the downdraft does not bother the nearby deck crew.

Major Constitutional Limits on Climate Change Policy

by Harrison H. Schmitt, Apollo 17 Moonwalker, AmericasUncommonSense.com The Constitution of the United States of America sets clear limits on the powers of the Federal Government and permits exercise of those powers only in specifically enumerated activities that relate to providing for the “common defence“, promoting the “general Welfare“, and securing “the Blessings of Liberty” …

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A wake-up call: Do you get the feeling something terrible just happened in the USA?

by Jerry Molen Like so many in this great country of ours, I’ve been asleep at the wheel. Oh, I’ve been cognizant of the trials and tribulations of government at work but have not become as strong a voice and advocate for change as I should have. Right now I feel like I have been …

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Denny Rehberg’s big problem

by Dr. Ed Berry The Republican-dominated Montana legislature did not change Montana’s voting system to stop third parties from being in the final election. One possibility was the fully-open primary like California adopted. On November 6, Libertarian Jerry McConnell may draw enough conservative votes to assure Tester’s win. This would repeat a similar loss by …

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Neil Livingstone, Republican candidate for Governor

Below are three resumes for Neil Livingstone. from American Program Bureau Neil C. Livingstone is the Chairman and CEO of GlobalOptions, a diversified international business solutions company headquartered in the nation’s capital. Dr. Livingstone is the author of nine books on terrorism and security topics, including Inside the PLO, The War Against Terrorism, Rescue My …

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Climate models exaggerate the effects of CO2

by William Happer, Professor of Physics, Princeton University, WSJ During a fundraiser in Atlanta earlier this month, President Obama is reported to have said: “It gets you a little nervous about what is happening to global temperatures. When it is 75 degrees in Chicago in the beginning of March, you start thinking. On the other …

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Regulate Dihydrogen Monoxide to save the Planet!

Dihydrogen monoxide or DHMO is also called “hydroxyl acid.” Hey, did anyone notice this was posted on April 1? – Ed Clearly the EPA must regulate DHMO because it: is the major component of acid rain. contributes to the “greenhouse effect”. contains high levels of hydrogen.

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