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Montana TEA Party Republican Beliefs Unmasked

An article in yesterday’s New York Times tells us what this “5000 Year Leap” that TEA Party Republicans such as Derek Skees in Whitefish and James Knox in Billings are promoting is really all about, including claims that America’s founders never intended separation of church…

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James Knox Plants Hidden Cameras in Yard Signs

If you thought that Sarah Palin was paranoid for hunting for “media moles” at her recent Montana speech,  then you haven’t met James Knox. Making it official that he is one of the most paranoid individuals in all Montana, Republican TEA Party Candidate for House…

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Pharmaceutical grade weird

How are we supposed to believe that James Knox is in touch with the needs and views of the people of his district in the Billings Heights when he’s not even in touch with himself? In the comments to a Billings Gazette opinion piece endorsing his…

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When does “wacky” translate to unelectable?

I’m just wondering, where, exactly, the Montana Republican Party thinks that the line should be drawn. In sync with a national election year trend,  ala Rand “Secret Society” Paul and Sharron “Armed Insurrection” Angle, the deeply unusual pool of Republican candidates now include a guy…

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This is smart

The Montana Women Pipeline Project just announced its endorsed candidates for this November’s legislative races. The Pipeline describes itself as sort of a local Montana version of Emily’s List (which supports pro-choice women Democratic candidates) This group works to elect progressive Democratic women in Montana.  It…

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