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A Book Burning in the Flathead

While Democrats were electing a new Senate candidate this weekend in Helena, right-wing conservatives in the Flathead were doing what else: burning books. The so called “God and Country Conference” featured local and national extremists rallying against the government, promoting “confrontational evangelism” and that favorite right-wing past…

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A Line in the Sand

Montana Republicans have clarified a very important piece of party doctrine this week about which there had formerly been much confusion.  Yellowstone County Republicans turned away a congressional candidate from attending their annual Lincoln-Reagan Dinner, clearing up once and for all what kind of behavior…

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Baldwin’s “Black Robe Regiment” Gathers at Kalispell Perkins

Tonight at the Perkins Restaurant is Kalispell, a member of Chuck Baldwin’s “Black Regiment” has organized a speech by Kate Vandemoer to drum up opposition to tribal sovereignty and water rights in Montana. Let’s take a look at who this bunch really is and what they…

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TEA Partiers Convene in Kalispell Next Week to Plan Constitutional Amendments

Tim and Chuck Baldwin are hosting a convention in Kalispell next Sunday in Kalispell to discuss their latest plan to fight the “tyranny” of the federal government.

They’re featuring former Montana conservative activist Rob Natelson who will discuss the Baldwins’ goal of nullifying federal laws. The Baldwins admittedly do not recognize the supremacy clause of the US Constitution. They say it is a tool of “socialist and nationalist ideologues” designed to bring “state annihilation.”

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New Right-Wing Propaganda Flick to Feature Montanans

Another group of Montana right-wingers is turning to propaganda filmmaking to get its message out and recruit new members for the Oath Keepers and militia movement.   The new film is entitled Molon Labe and may soon be available in theaters near you.  The title comes…

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Michelle Bachmann moving to Montana?

Montanans got a scare when an article written a few weeks ago went viral quoting Michelle Bachmann as saying that she is moving to Montana. During the debate leading up to the Marriage Equality Act that recently passed in the Minnesota Legislature, reportedly had Bachmann pronounced that if…

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Political Quick Hits

Taylor on the Ropes A Flathead area property owner is taking on Republican Rep. Janna Taylor for paying less than 20 bucks in property tax for lakeshore property and raking in over a million dollars in federal farm subsidies. In fact, the TEA Partier is…

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An Inside Look at Republican Thoughts about Schools

“Dispute not with her: she is lunatic.” ― Shakespeare, Richard III Perennial GOP letter writer and school board candidate Barbara Rush recently treated  Montanans to an inside look into the thinking of Republicans who want to run Montana schools. Rush rails against the high school…

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A Subsidy Binge Backfires

Chuck Baldwin dropped out of the Governor’s race. But the end-times conspiracy theorist pastor isn’t done meddling in Montana politics. Baldwin is a TEA Partier who recently moved from Florida to Montana because he thinks it is “The Alamo of the twenty-first century.” Now, Baldwin…

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Top Ten Larry Kralj Nicknames for Republicans

Readers to this blog have no doubt come across the colorful language of commenter Larry Kralj.  Kralj always seems to come up with funny nicknames for the GOP-ers. Like people’s names in American Sign Language (ASL), the names usually include some inherent characteristic of the…

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