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***UPDATE: Yet Another Failure for Statewide Abortion Ban

Today, Secretary of State Linda McCulloch is expected to announce the official signature totals for proposed ballot initiatives and certify those that qualify. To qualify for the ballot, a ballot issue seeking to amend the Montana Constitution needs at least 48,674 signatures, including 10 percent…



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People who won’t go away

Like John Edwards (who is getting a movie made about him) and Bowen Greenwood (the MT GOP ED who lost his own primary) Montana Right to Life “Executive Director” Gregg Trude has a losing record and needs to just go away. OK so Trude isn’t…


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Obama trades women’s rights for…absolutely NOTHING

At least when the U.S. Senate sold out  women with the Nelson and Stupak amendments, they told us they had to do it to pass health care legislation for all Americans. (yeah, I know, that makes us women some kind of sub-American or object of…



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VIDEO: Jeff Laszloffy basks in the limelight

Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Montana’s own Focus on the Family affiliate called “the Montana Family Foundation,” which is run out of Laurel, Montana by Jeff Laszloffy, a former GOP state legislator, has always loved the limelight. Now, he appears downright giddy with his…


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More differences between Derek Skees and Will Hammerquist

Jay Stevens hilariously highlights some of the differences between the candidates for one of Montana’s key legislative races: Derek Skees (RINO-tarian, Kalispell) and the Democratic candidate in the race, Will Hammerquist. The differences are striking.   Here’s another one, outlined by Steve Thompson in a…




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McDonald struggling financially

Dennis McDonald filed his campaign report early, and so it is now available. It states that after running for Congress for a year and a half, he has $18,000 in the bank.  This includes a loan to himself for  $15,000. UPDATE: Rehberg’s now filed. By…