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Many Republicans have been waiting and wishing to vote for a Republican U.S. Senate. But no matter how decent or even reasonable Steve Daines may be, he is beholden to the party with a loud and demanding base that perverts reasonableness and insists on slavish obedience to a toxic orthodoxy.
Mail-in ballots are out and hundreds of thousands of dollars are being spent on advertising.
Will the GOP go back to living in the real world?
Republican politicians are fixated on culture wars.
Descendants of William Clark recently gave to the Chinook Tribe a replacement for the ocean-going canoe that Lewis and Clark took during a dark moment on their Voyage of Discovery.
No matter how carefully energy companies go about their business, accidents like the Yellowstone River oil spill are inevitable.
We don’t have to agree on climate change.
The United States has a revenue problem as much as a spending problem. Using the trends of the last 100 years, by 2030 we will have a GDP of over $23 trillion per year. Using current current budget percentage rates we will have a federal budget of almost $6 trillion if we stay at 25 percent …
Republican members of the Montana Education Association traveled to Washington, D.C., last month to give input to Dennis Rehberg, Jon Tester and Max Baucus for the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, for a while known as No Child Left Behind.
Rep. Denny Rehberg has passed few laws in his 10 years representing us. Now he is trying to pass one that is probably harmful for the Crow Reservation. Rehberg says H.R. 3563 would help rehabilitate and improve the Crow Irrigation Project, and create jobs and lasting infrastructure for futur…
Financial institutions cut back on loans in the $101,000-to-$250,000 range by more than 60 percent in 2008. The massive removal of approximately $72 billion from the small-business credit market undoubtedly had an impact on almost 20 percent of small businesses folding in 2008. Statistics re…
Montana's Teddy Roosevelt Republicans are not endangered. We may have been hibernating, but watch out now that we are waking up. It is time that we stop leaving the party to which we have been dedicated to our entire lives. Instead we should own it and take it back.