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Maybe it was my catfishing trip with my buddy Wallace. Or maybe it was reading too many opinion editorials by my former Democrat legislative colleagues. At any rate, I was having one of those “night terror” dreams. I was flopping around in my bed like a catfish out of water. I was hearing th…
State Auditor Monica Lindeen has forgotten that she was elected by the voters of Montana. She continues to willfully disregard a landslide election that resoundingly rejected the idea of a federal health care plan. Lindeen has said she will implement the unpopular Obamacare bill regardless o…
On Nov. 2, Montanans overwhelmingly spoke out against the out-of-touch Obama agenda. A rollback of these overreaching policies is necessary and conservatives will use a common sense approach to address endless government growth.
The Montana State Land Board has a critical decision on Monday. The board will decide to move Montana forward and develop our vast coal treasure, or it will decide to delay the greatest economic expansion for Eastern Montana in our lifetime. The economic impact of developing the Otter Creek …
The past couple of months have seen two youths in Missoula brutally perpetrate an unprovoked murder of a defenseless homeless man, repeatedly kicking his head in until he was unconscious and then continuing until he was dead.
We can all remember times when a company has been more concerned about numbers than the quality of what was produced. We intuitively know that product quality must be balanced with the quantity for a product or process to be successful.
In 18th-century England, the king's tax collectors decided to institute a window tax. The more windows a home had, the greater the wealth and tax revenue. It was only a matter of time until the tax-avoiding English built their homes with fewer windows, reducing tax receipts below pre-window …
I was a junior in high school when my dad and I had the classic father-son debate over who was in charge.