Sarah Laszloffy


GUEST POST: Get the Montanans for Sensible Government Newsletter

In this edition:

BULLOCK’S CAMPAIGN FOR GOVERNOR: reason vs extremism
BULLOCK’S LIKELY OPPONENT GIANFORTE: extremist masquerading as technocrat.
NANCY KEENAN CHAIR OF MT DEMS: a seasoned pro takes over
MELISSA ROMANO RUNS FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
DIRK SANDEFUR RUNS FOR STATE SUPREME COURT
GALLATIN COUNTY DEMS ANNUAL GALA: a tribute to Dorothy Eck, Sept 11th @ The Emerson

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TEA Partier Seeks to Nullify 200 Years of Science with One Bad Idea

A TEA Party lawmaker named Rep. Clayton Fiscus (R-Billings) is resurrecting an “intelligent design” creationism law that would force teachers to reduce facts to mere subjects for debate under the guise of teaching “critical thinking skills” to students in public schools.  The Bill draft LC1324 a slightly modified version…

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Cowgirl Blog Primary Election Predictions

Here are my predictions for the most important races in the primary, the state legislative races. While some bloggers have chosen to focus on the races that Lee Newspapers once deemed important, the real question on everyone’s mind is who will prevail tomorrow night- the…

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Former GOP Lawmaker Unloads: It’s the Right-Wing Extremism, Stupid

Evangelizing to the far-right rather than actually representing constituents is “eroding the effectiveness of some of our elected state representatives,” says a Republican and former Montana state legislator. Following yet another embarrassing legislative session,  a panel of lawmakers have been tasked with finding “ways to…

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Meeting of the Minds

In a little over a month, legislators from across Montana will descend on Helena to make the laws you must live by.  Let’s meet them. 1-Rep. David Howard (R-TEA Park City), Chair of the House Human Services Committee. Rep. Howard is on the record saying…

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Pro-Ignorance Views Spell Trouble for Hill, GOP

Rick Hill’s pro-ignorance positions and votes on education spell trouble not just for his own chances but for other Republicans.  The problem hasn’t gone unnoticed by GOP supporters. When the GOP candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction shared her stump speech on Facebook (pictured), a…

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The Supernatural

TEA Party Republican Rep. Dan Kennedy, of Laurel, figured out he had no chance of being elected after participating in the  Infamous Session of Frivolous and Wacky Bills  decided to take some time to “focus on his furniture business.” Now, another wingnut has joined the fight between…

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