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More Evidence, Indeed

Well, in anticipation of Senator Clinton’s departure from the race, the knives at America’s leading papers are sharpening for use against Barack Obama, if today’s editorial piece by David Ignatius is any indication. You can read...

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Brad Johnson: Constitutional Scholar

Stunning news from the mind of Brad Johnson: Montana either should have or could have or did secede from the United States in 1939, when the Supreme Court ruled in United States v. Miller that the right to own guns was subject to a two-part test:...

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Montana’s Max: Bold As Always

So, Max Baucus has announced his run for a 6th term. You’ll excuse me if the announcement has me less than excited. On Iraq, the Senator said this: Baucus also said he’d like U.S. troops to leave Iraq “as expeditiously as possible,” and that...

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I stumbled across an interesting discussion about the role of newspapers over at Ed Kemmick’s blog today, and it’s a fascinating give and take between Ed and a critic of the current Billings Gazette, who argues that hard news has been...

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Seriously, This Guy is in Congress?

What a waste when there are undoubtedly many chairs of economics ready and waiting for him: Rehberg attended the monthly board meeting of the Billings Chamber of Commerce Monday. He said the current economy is similar to the Chicago Bulls basketball...

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