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VanDyke Leaves State to work for Right-Wing Nevada AG

I guess TEA Party former Supreme Court candidate Lawrence VanDyke really didn’t want to gain any more legal experience in Montana after all.  He’s resurfaced in Nevada working for the right-wing attorney general in that state. Nevada news outlets are reporting today on the move–and…

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AP Calls Supreme Court Race for Wheat, Rice

Mike Wheat and Jim Rice will both retain their seats on the Montana Supreme Court.  This is spite of a massive amount of out-of-state dark money and some really subpar fake voter guides that we were supposed to believe were a “research experiment” on us….

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Wheat has Broad Range of Support for Supreme Court

As Billings attorney James Healow writes in the Billings Gazette this week: Montana is a dark red state, teeming with hundreds of experienced attorneys armed with unassailable, rock-ribbed conservative credentials. If Justice Wheat were truly a runaway activist liberal tool of the trial lawyers, somebody…

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Lawrence VanDyke Left Some Things Out of His Candidate Bio

Montana Supreme Court candidate Lawrence VanDyke has omitted from his candidate bio and website that he is part of a group of attorneys called the Blackstone Project whose aim is to “reorder society” and turn the U.S. into a theocracy. The Blackstone Project and its “Fellows,”…

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Hate Group Hosted Fundraiser for Lawrence VanDyke

Today, more details were revealed about the Washington DC fundraiser held for Supreme Court Candidate Lawrence VanDyke by the so-called Family Research Council, a group the the Southern Poverty Law Center designated as a hate group. If you aren’t familiar with this group yet, you should know that…

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BREAKING: National Far Right Working to Flip MT Supreme Court

Today, a national exposé  by Right Wing Watch revealed that right-wing religious extremists and the corporate right have been quietly working to pour massive amounts of out-of-state money into the Montana Supreme Court race hoping to change the balance of the Montana Supreme Court.  As Miranda Blue…

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