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Esp: “Do as I say, not as I doR...

Esp: “Do as I say, not as I do”
SharePerhaps it was wounded pride, or maybe because his term in the House was over December 31, 2012.  Who knows?  But for some reason John Esp filed a formal complaint against Bob Faw, Doug Lair and Terry Baird for a letter  (signed by Faw and Lair and postage paid by Baird) mailed to Sweet Grass county residents in June of 2010, over two and one-half years ago.  Esp claims the...

A Victory

A Victory
ShareThe Voters Won! It isn’t about the money.  The Liberal machine has been circumventing donation limits since they put them in place.  It is about our free speech and economic freedom.  Trying to take the money out of politics sounds nice but it is like to trying  to take the money out of professional sports-it’s a noble endeavor but not practical or realistic or even...

Trial Lawyers Running Montana?

Trial Lawyers Running Montana?
Share LR119 Reduces Influence of Special Interest Money Over Montana’s Court by  Senator Joe Balyeat (R-Belgrade) A recent Tribune editorial criticized my referendum to reform Montana’s Supreme Court – LR119. LR119 provides broader statewide Court representation – Each of the seven justices would be elected from seven different regions. In truth, LR119 is not so much an attempt to make...

The Green & The Red

The Green & The Red
Share With increasing frequency, government agencies are lobbying and politicking for causes that should be confined to public debate.  The use of taxpayer dollars for what is probably illegal activities is overwhelmingly in support of a smorgasbord of left wing, eco-extremism and politically correct causes.  Recently, the Montana University system once again flew it’s true...

Billings Gazette Two Face

Billings Gazette Two Face
ShareWHY TWO DIFFERENT TITLES FOR THE SAME ARTICLE? THIS IS A GREAT EXAMPLE OF MEDIA SPIN. The first headline in the paper was: “JUDGE UPHOLDS STATE LIMITS ON CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS”  (Saturday Billings Gazette Headline P.1) The second headline in the online edition was: “JUDGE BLOCKS MORE MONTANA CAMPAIGN FINANCE LAWS”  (Saturday Billings Gazette online...

Round Two

Round Two
ShareIn round one of legal fight against Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock and his bullies at the Office of Political Practices, the people of Montana lost.  The Montana Supreme Court upheld laws that are obviously in violation of recent federal Supreme Court decisions.  But that was just the first round. Today (Friday February 24), American Tradition Partnership (ATP) State...

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