Check out the new website, launched today, which reveals who Tim Fox really is:
Fox is trying to hide behind the hundreds of thousands of dollars that his corporate bosses– including the Koch brothers, the insurance industry and the cigarette companies–are bankrolling him with.
He can run from his record, but he can’t really hide from it because this new site will give you the chance to meet the real enchilada. You’ll learn, for example, that Tim Fox has profited from wealthy out-of-state landowners, including Huey Lewis, that want to cut Montanans off from public waterways.
Most notably, though, you’ll learn that Tim Fox has never even prosecuted a criminal case. That’s a problem because the AG is in charge of the state’s 56 county attorneys –the people who prosecute state crimes. This means Fox is just not qualified for the job. Instead, he’s made his career defending corporate criminals, insurance companies, and banks–the same slugs that are now trying to buy the AG race.
On the same day as the new site went live, From Eternity to Here posted a damning review of Fox’s work defending extreme-right discriminatory organizations.
Judge Rules Against Head of Local Anti-Gay Movement
A district judge has ruled against Robert Dellwo, the leader of the opposition to the Helena non-discrimination ordinance. Dellwo is the head of the unaccredited Helena Christian School, which is affiliated with East Helena’s Canyon Ferry Baptist Church. Apparently the school borrowed money to build a subdivision but didn’t pay it back. At one time, the church proposed that 800 new homes be built in an area already struggling with water shortages. The school wanted to build the subdivision on the site of an old cyanide mine, which also raised concerns about contaminated soil.
What the church and Christian school will do with their own subdivision is unknown. Montanans tend to be wary of religious colonies after the Church Universal and Triumphant started one outside Yellowstone Park. CUT was the bunch who believed that the world was going to end of a nuclear holocaust at a particular hour and minute on April 23, 1990. They built a massive underground bomb shelter up near Gardiner, MT and stocked it to the rafters with illegally purchased semi-automatic weapons, in preparation for The End (as reported by the Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Feb. 27, 1995; Bozeman Daily Chronicle, March 14, 1995).
Dellwo is appealing the ruling.
Today’s Must Read Political Blog Posts
Montanafesto and Intelligent Discontent have today’s must-read posts. Both look at the allegations of corrupt campaign finance practices by GOP Gubernatorial hopeful Ken Miller. The Montanafesto piece is a hilarious look at the contrast between how the Republican portrays himself, and reality. Intelligent Discontent writes about the accusations flying from the other candidates, who have their own troubles.
Three Days Left
The Flathead Democrats are making news for their fun and innovative fundraising. KCFW Missoula TV news and HXLH Helena both covered the eBay auction of the framed Schweitzer VETO memorabilia set–a reminder of the infamous 2011 legislative session. The auction ends Friday April 27.