July 2011

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Killing Jobs

Congressman Rehberg is on the front lines when it comes to killing Montana jobs, this time in Billings and Eastern Montana. And he’s getting another spanking in the Billings Gazette this week for it, because he and other Congressional Republicans, who refused to fund air…

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Something’s Rotten

The shadow group Western Traditions Partnership’s defense of Exxon after the Yellowstone River oil spill and its adulation for candidates defending the oil giant are raising eyebrows in Montana. News reports indicate that WTP, which now calls itself American Traditions Partnership after it came to…


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Daines Has More Trouble Figuring Out What to Do

Steve Daines has had trouble figure out what office he was running for.  Now, he can’t figure out his position on the most important issue currently facing the office he seeks. This past January, Congressional candidate Steve Daines went on record at the Bitterroot Pachyderm…


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Miller Campaign Touts GOP Primary Poll Results

The Ken Miller for Governor campaign today released polling results which they say shows “the Republican field tightening and Miller holding a very competitive position against Rick Hill.” Information about the poll by Magellan Data and Mapping Strategies, which was an autodial survey of 676…



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“Concerned Women” Concerned About Very Important Stuff

Stacy Rogge-Senterfeit, Co-Chair of Women for Tester, this week shined a light on another out-of-state shadow group called “Concerned Women for America,” which is spending another $200,000 on TV ads attacking Tester’s record of tax cuts for middle class families, responsible decisions and common sense…


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Rehberg Brings in the Moonies to His Defense

Congressman Dennis Rehberg’s political brinkmanship and refusal to compromise to avert a national economic crisis has brought a barrage of constituent email that crashed the congressional website and switchboard, a scathing editorial from Montana’s most-read newspaper, and hundreds of critical Facebook posts from the people…


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Finally, It All Makes Sense

Millionaire Congressman Dennis Rehberg has been voting to kill Medicare and Social Security in Washington DC because he’s taking advice from Republicans in the Montana Legislature. You remember them – the “leaders” who responded to Montana’s economic challenges with theatrics like the spear hunting bill?  They just…


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Exxon PAC Gives Rehberg $10,000 in 2011

As one of Big Oil’s most loyal defenders, millionaire Congressman Dennis Rehberg raked in plenty of campaign cash from the nation’s most profitable oil companies.  Now, it has come to light that one of the contributors was ExxonMobil’s Political Action Committee, which has so far given…





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Today’s Must-Read Political Blog Post

…is a fascinating and thorough analysis of fundraising in the current and past Montana congressional races, as well as a comparative look at the Democratic primary field and what it will take for them to win.  Read James Conner’s piece now over at the Flathead…


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Did You Know ACLU Montana Has a Blog?

Well they do, and it’s great. Head there for news from Montana as well as other hot topics from around the U.S. and world.  It’s full of photos, podcasts, personal stories, and impeccably sourced information–all written by former reporter Amy Cannata. The ACLU Montana blog…