- 1 Tribal injunction leaves hundreds of people without water near Lodge Grass
- 2 Priest removes gay couple from volunteer posts in Lewistown Catholic church
- 3 Man brags on Facebook about running over wolves with a van; officials investigate
- 4 Off the Leaf 19 offers old favorites and new creations in Esther's space
- 5 Man tries to kidnap Montana girl, flees after her dog barks
United States Public Debt
MISSOULA — More than three out of four Montanans oppose selling public land to reduce the federal budget deficit, according to a new survey of Rocky Mountain region voters.
With the government shutdown in the rearview mirror, Montana conservatives are petitioning their congressional delegation to balance the federal budget without raising taxes.
As Halloween approaches, an old familiar monster rises from the grave like Freddy Krueger in “Nightmare on Elm Street.” But, unlike the famous fictional character, this beast is real and threatens to choke off our children’s future, consigning our great grandchildren to lifetimes of bondage.…
Those of us who work full time encouraging America to live within our means see a sharp contrast between many elected officials in Washington and the rest of America.
WASHINGTON -- Even Jonathan Swift, who said promises and pie crusts are made to be broken, might have marveled at the limited shelf life of President Barack Obama's promise of a "balanced" deficit-reduction plan -- substantial spending cuts to accompany revenue increases. Obama made short sh…
Within the space of just a few days, the national debt has topped $15 trillion — about $133,000 per taxpayer — and the congressional super committee failed in its effort to lower annual deficits and reduce the growth of the national debt.
WASHINGTON — Here is a surefire way to cut $7.1 trillion from the deficit over the next decade. Do nothing.
WASHINGTON — Europe may no longer be able to save itself. Too many countries have too much debt. Its economic growth — which helps countries service their debts — is too feeble. And nervous financial markets seem increasingly prone to dump the bonds of vulnerable countries. This is the real …
HELENA -- The Montana congressional delegation, reacting to a rating agency's decision to downgrade the credit rating of long-term U.S. debt, remained at odds over how to deal with the federal spending deficit.
It’s time to get serious about our debt. We’ve cut $10 billion already this year — and we’re just getting started. As we continue, we need to be aggressive and smart.