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Yet Another Bigot Part of the Rosendale Team

In the sea of bigots that Matt Rosendale has associated with during his time in Montana, a few seemed to have slipped by my notice. Back in August, when Rosendale was still telling people he was a rancher, he announced an Agriculture Advisory Board...

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2018: Year of the Union

2017 was the year of chaos, the year of the rich, the year of the billionaire bullies. 2018 is the year of the worker, the year of the union, the year that working families take back what is theirs. The teacher strikes sweeping across the country...

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Jennifer Merecki is not your typical political candidate. If you called her rogue or a rebel she would take it as a compliment. Her campaign is founded on the idea that partisanship has gone too far and that all voters deserve representation, not...

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Good long reads, for a good long weekend

The Prince-DeVos Plan to Privatize American Institutions via American Progress Despite President Donald Trump’s pledge to “drain the swamp” in Washington, D.C., it often seems like he is creating one. Take Erik Prince, the founder of Blackwater...

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The anniversary of Charlottesville provides an opportunity to reflect on racial hatred and white supremacy; how each of us deals with that ugly side of America.  We can also reflect on how the leader of our nation has equivocated about Nazis and...

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President Trump is an unindicted co-conspirator in a major crime. No Supreme Court nomination hearings should occur nor should Trump have any say who our next Supreme Court Justice should be until the investigation of these crimes comes to a...

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We all must fight for our friends’ lives

If you had a friend that was $500 short of paying for their prescription medication would you pay for it? While you think on that imagine that the friend is too embarrassed to ask for the help and just doesn’t get the medication, what then...

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In a recent poll by Morning Consult, Montana’s Junior Republican Senator Steve Daines is polling at 40% approval. A Gravis Marketing Poll from June had Steve Daines at 41% approval, Congressman Gianforte was at 43% whereas Senator Tester was at 51%...

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An 18 percent increase in tuition is projected for the Montana University System if the ballot referendum, LR 128, fails in the November 6 election. Also known as the 6-mill levy, it’s voted on every ten years and has been passed by the...

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