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The Montana GOP Hypocrite of the Week Award Goes to…

Utility company owner Bill Gallagher is running for the Montana Public Service Commission to regulate Montana utilities–utilities like the one he owns, Aquaflow of Helena.  In short, Gallahger wants us to put him in a position to monitor policy and oversee regulation so as to…


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It’s About Service

What better way to gage an individual’s commitment to public service than by looking to those who have given us their time away from their lives and families and honored our country through military service.   Here are two Democratic candidates for the state legislature…


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Crocodile Tears from a Republican Operative

In the opinion section of this morning’s Montana Standard, Austin James, calling himself a “young voter in America”  has placed a well-written letter claiming that Montana Democratic Congressional Candidate Dennis McDonald “unfriended” him on Facebook after he posted something about “leaning toward Rehberg” in the upcoming election….


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Worst Political Ad of the Week – Sign Wars Edition

Here we see Dale Peterson, a Republican candidate for the position of Alabama Ag Commissioner use precious ad time to accuse his opponents of stealing his yard signs. Seems the ad didn’t work so well, as this subsequent ad is evidence that this individual appears…


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AG Bullock Walks the Walk

Montana’s Attorney General Steve Bullock has a record of standing up for people of all income levels, that’s probably part of why he wanted become our Attorney General — to run the agency in charge of protecting Montana consumers.   So when Steve sets up…




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The Season’s Worst Political Ad

You just have to watch this to believe it.  The what not to do of the election cycle, this Minnesota gubernatorial candidate goes all out to make his electability problems front and center in his campaign and in his platform. Rob Hahn has come under…


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Tea Party Leader Struggles To Explain UN-Helena School Health Conspiracy

Jim Walker, the chairman of the Big Sky Tea Party Association board post-Ravndal and Allen-Gailushas, has argued that a proposed new curriculum to teach students about health and nutrition is based on United Nations’ established philosophies with an emphasis on development of “global citizens” while intentionally…


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Cowgirl Gets A Showdown with Candidate on October 11

Conservative radio host Aaron Flint has announced that Derek Skees–the candidate in Whitefish who has been accused by a local group of associating with extremists and engaging in extremist behavior–will be on Flint’s show on October 11 to “respond to attacks by an anonymous blogger.”…


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Complete Disaster

The minute you record the ad that starts with “I am not a witch,” you know your campaign is over.  But that’s the least of TEA Party Republican Christine O’Donnell’s problems.  She’s  got watchdog groups saying she’s misusing and misreporting campaign donations.  Sound familiar? She’s…


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This Week’s Worst Political Ad

The so-called “values voter” movement knows they are out of touch,  that’s why they are trying to rebrand themselves as standing for “American principles” rather than “family values” these days, as is evident in this week’s worst political ad. But the fact is, the Americans…


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Kharacteristicly Klassy Komments

Kristi Allen-Gailushas, the GOP candidate for legislature who made the Montana TEA Party famous for her crusade against health and nutrition, has issued a statement of support of the misconduct of the Montana Shrugged TEA Party, who are subject of a recent complaint after allegedly…