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Harvard Law Professor says Ted Cruz is Ineligible

by Dr. Ed Berry The best way to discuss Cruz’s ineligibility is to review a real live court case. Einer Elhauge is a Harvard Professor of Law. He is an expert on the “natural born citizen” issue. He has filed an Amicus Curiae to several eligibility lawsuits. Elhauge’s Statement of Interest of Amicus reads in part: The amicus is a Harvard …

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Download MT GOP Delegate Form to Support Trump

by Dr. Ed Berry It’s no secret the elected and appointed leaders of the Montana GOP support failed and losing presidential candidate Ted Cruz. Therefore, it’s not surprising their Nomination Form for Delegates to Republican National Convention is impossible to download or print from the MTGOP website. Therefore, as a public service, you may click on …

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Donald Trump will be our next President

by Dr. Ed Berry, also in NewsWithViews On March 15, Donald Trump won 5 states. Cruz won zip. Here are the delegates to date: After losing his home state of Florida, Marco Rubio dropped out. Kasich barely won his home state of Ohio only because Rubio and Cruz told their supporters to vote for Kasich. Kasich should drop …

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If you want to look smart, you better endorse Trump

Dr. Ed Berry If you want to look smart after the election, better endorse Donald Trump now. If you want to look really bad after the election, just keep bashing Donald Trump. This 2016 Republican primary election is the most amazing election I have ever witnessed. Donald Trump has made it so. Without Trump, Jeb Bush …

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Congressman Ryan Zinke, a former SEAL, questions story of Iran capture of US sailors

by Dr. Ed Berry Congressman Ryan Zinke of Montana, a former Navy SEAL, questions the public story about how Iran captured 10 US Navy sailors and detained them for 16 hours two weeks ago. The Iran navy confiscated all evidence of navigation from the US sailors, including cell-phone memory chips. Iran turned the incident into …

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Voters should question Gianforte’s “religion”

by Dr. Ed Berry Montana Rep. Daniel Zolnikov thinks the public does not have the right to ask potential governor candidate Greg Gianforte questions about his religious beliefs. In his letter to the Billings Gazette, Zolnikov wrote, “Ehrlick’s piece sets up a false dichotomy where people of deep religious faith cannot possibly support ideas of …

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Rep. Zinke scores “A”, Conservative Review “F”

by Dr. Ed Berry A few weeks ago, some conservatives sent me an email that claimed Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke failed to vote conservative on 5 of 9 issues. So I checked the source of these reviews. The truth is Ryan Zinke scored conservative on all 9 of 9 issues, while Conservative Review (CR) scored conservative on only 4 …

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Why CSKT Water Compact made sense for Montana

by Dr. Ed Berry, also posted in The Daily Inter Lake of November 29 Jerry O’Neil (October 20) asked two questions of Governor Bullock, Attorney General Fox, Congressman Zinke, Senator Vincent, Rep. Perry of HD 3, and me. His questions, the first by implication, are: Is the Water Compact constitutional? How does the Compact affect recreational water …

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Why a vote for Carson is a vote for Rubio

by Dr. Ed Berry, PhD, Physics, repost in NewsWithViews This article is pro Republican. I write not to tell you who to vote for but to help you understand how conservatives must vote to win. For fair disclosure, I am a hat-wearing supporter of Donald Trump. For the first time since Reagan, Republicans have a chance to nominate …

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Regier should support CSKT Water Compact for the ‘Greater Good’

by Dr. Ed Berry Montanans do not support Rep. Keith Regier’s values. Rep. Keith Regier’s reply to my letter of October 4 (see below) shows a good candidate can defeat him in his next election. By his own admission, Regier could not understand my October 4 letter. He may not understand this one either. Regier …

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Very Conservative Evangelicals are bad for GOP

by Dr. Ed Berry (also published in Daily Inter Lake, October 4, 2015) Former Kalispell Mayor Tammi Fisher and Montana House Majority Leader Keith Regier have ignited a battle over conservative ideology. ( See their opinion letters in the Daily Inter Lake, September 9 and 13, respectively, also republished for your convenience below.) Their battle is part of the ideological …

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Republican PSC plays high-stakes political game

by Dr. Ed Berry On September 5, 2015, the Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) held a ceremony in Pablo, Montana. Their ceremony recognized their purchase of the now “Salish Kootenai” Dam. Their purchase was under the terms of the agreement they negotiated with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) in 1985.

CSKT Compact opponents reveal their True Colors

by Dr. Ed Berry Opponents of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) Water Compact will meet Saturday, September 26, 2015, in Kalispell’s Red Lion Inn. Their Conference reveals their true colors. They have openly aligned themselves with the Citizens Equal Rights Alliance (CERA), the foremost anti-Indian hate group in America.