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Revolution, Apathy or Anger?

Revolution, Apathy or Anger?
ShareIn the last week or so three potentially monumental events occurred. 1) New legal provisions concerning Homeland Security which violate the Constitutional rights of American Citizens  (even the ACLU objected) 2) The unconstitutional Presidential appointment of new members of the National  Labor Relations Board 3)  Appointment of a new ‘Czar’ of Consumer Financial...

Dissent

Dissent
ShareLet’s make one thing clear, the First Amendment is not a “loophole.”  Politicians who want to avoid accountability want you to believe otherwise, and Montana’s media should be ashamed for going along with it.  The United States Supreme Court has made clear over and over the First Amendment affords the broadest protection to political expression.  Its purpose is to assure the...

Why Sue Montana?

Why Sue Montana?
ShareIn general, the members of SGCCI do not believe lawsuits are a good way to change government policy.  But sometimes there is no other choice.  We regret having to use the legal system as a tool to protect the Constitution and freedom, but in this case, we feel forced to challenge Montana State law.  Precious Constitutional freedoms form the foundation for our law. Use them or lose...

Free Speech Lawsuit

Free Speech Lawsuit
ShareSGCCI, Western Tradition Partnership & Montana Citizens for Right to Work Sue Montana politicos Citizens seek to protect their First and Fourteenth Amendment rights after State Rep. threatens citizens right to engage in free speech  free from government interference. The Sweet Grass Council for Community Integrity (SGCCI) requested today that Judge Sherlock of Helena add their...

Regulated into Poverty

Regulated into Poverty
Share  Doug Lair made this presentation to the Montana State Legislature on January 8, 2011. My name is Doug Lair.  I live in Big Timber.  My wife Mary and I have owned and operated a variety of businesses in Montana for nearly 30 years.   I’d like to thank the 2011 legislative body for making the time in your busy schedule to address concerns about what really sustains the economy of...

The Pig Talks

The Pig Talks
ShareIt’s Here!  The Montana Pork Report tells us tax payers far more than most politicians want us to know.  Click here to read it.   This is just a taste of what you’ll find out: The state of Montana alone has 35 taxes and fees to raise revenue:   Beer Tax Cigarette Tax  Coal Severance Tax Coal Trust Interest Earnings Corporation Tax Drivers License Fee Electrical Energy...

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