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Tim Fox wins big in Montana Republican governor’s debate

(Billings, Mont.) – Attorney General Tim Fox was the clear winner in the Yellowstone County Republican Central Committee Gubernatorial debate tonight at the Billings Hotel and Convention Center. The 75 minute debate covered topics ranging from economic development, public safety, and health care. Senator Dr. Al Olszewski and Congressman Greg Gianforte also participated. This was …

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Attorneys General of 21 states tell US Senate the House impeachment articles are “fundamentally flawed as a matter of constitutional law”

Attorneys General of South Carolina, Louisiana, Utah, Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Florida. Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, and West Virginia January 22, 2020 Dear Members, As Attorneys General of 21 States whose citizens and Electoral College delegates voted in the 2016 presidential election, we have a special …

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US News: If Gianforte wins MT primary, a Democrat will likely be MT governor.

US News October 30, 2019 link Montana: Open seat (Democrat Steve Bullock is term-limited) Montana is a red state, but the Democrats have held the governorship since winning the 2004 election, and the open seat created by presidential candidate Bullock’s departure has Republicans primed for a takeover that could enable enactment of a largely stalled conservative …

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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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Montana AG Tim Fox stops EPA “Clean Water Rule”

by Dr. Ed Berry Congress intended the federal government to have control over “navigable” waters. But Obama’s EPA wants to control water anywhere you can float your rubber duck. On June 29, 2015, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox joined with 12 other states to sue the EPA over its “Clean Water Rule.” Fox says this new EPA rule …

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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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See Montana election results here

http://electionresults.sos.mt.gov/ The question is who voted for Matt Rosendale? 203,000 voted for a candidate for US Congress. 71,000 voted Democrat and 132,000 voted Republican. We know the Democrats asked their voters to crossover and vote for the Republican candidate whom the Democrat could most easily beat. Since the Dems and Repubs are about evenly split, …

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“Responsible Republicans”: Government-Minded, Liberty-Blinded

by Roger Koopman Talk to any Democratic politician about 10 different issues.  Then count how many times they will propose a governmental solution to the problem, versus how many times they express the belief that people, left alone and free, will come up with better solutions than the “programs” devised by meddling politicians. The final …

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Matt Rosendale and The Truth About Shooting Drones

by Tim Baldwin, Liberty Defense League Matt Rosendale (R), candidate for United States House of Representatives, quickly created a public image as a Tea Party conservative when he broadcasted a commercial where he shoots down a “government drone.” Looking at Rosendale’s state legislative record, however, evidence reveals that Rosendale really does not believe in “shooting …

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