Month: May 2015

Climate Change Alarmism is a Religious Belief

Right-wing radicals love conspiracies. They believe the federal government is poisoning them with Chemtrails and Smart Dust. They believe Montana’s CSKT Water Compact is an Agenda 21 government conspiracy to put them into crowded housing units in California. They forget that the California liberals can’t stand them and would rather have them stay in Montana. Right-wing radicals are …

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The Fix Was In

by Rep. Rob Cook, HD18 – Glacier, Pondera, & Toole Counties, Mountains & Main Streets “The fix was in,” has become the rallying cry of Montana’s extremists and, as such, it represents their efforts to engage and energize the small minority of Montanans who believe they share the same nihilistic views. As rhetoric and sound bites go, it is …

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Catherine Vandemoer’s flawed legal analyses

by Attorney Hertha Lund There she goes again. Catherine Vandemoer’s recent column illustrates why Montanans should not trust someone to practice law without a license, who needs to build a citizens’ group for her income. Ms. Vandemoer’s constant mistruths and self-serving rantings have been very bad for Montana agriculture. In her recent rant, Ms. Vandemoer questioned …

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Montana Governor Signs CSKT Water Compact

Rep. Steve Fitzpatrick, bill sponsor Sen. Chas Vincent, and Tribal Chairman Vernon Finley watch Montana Governor Steve Bullock sign SB 262.  SB 262 is the water use agreement, or Compact, between Montana, the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, and federal government. (Photo by Billings Gazette, May 6, 2015) Next, the Tribal Council must approve the Compact and the Montana …

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Wind Energy Costs exceed Benefits

by Mary Kay Barton, Master Resource  Industrial wind is a net loser, economically, environmentally, technically and civilly. Let’s examine how. • Economically: New York State has some of the highest electricity rates in the U.S., a whopping 53 percent above the national average, in large part due to throwing hundreds of billions of taxpayer and ratepayer …

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Tea Bags attack scientist over Chemtrails.

by Dr. Ed Berry Yesterday, Jim White of Kalispell, Montana, and his friend, Dane Wigington, released a personal attack on my professional credibility. Clearly, White and Wigington were not pleased with my article “Chemtrail Delusions vs Scientific Method” where I revealed their idiocy about chemtrails. We climate scientists are used to personal attacks by leftwing …

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California Governor Brownout

by Paul Taylor, Examiner.com California Gov. Jerry Brown’s liberal-progressive impulses are once again pushing climate carbon reductions. As global governments struggle to sustain the evermore-tenuous reasons to foreclose on proven, conventional, economical fossil fuel energies, the governor’s new executive order goes even further than Pres. Obama’s radical proposals to curb questionable global warming processes. Lacking …

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