Yesterday afternoon, The Guardian’s Ben Jacobs grabbed immediate Internet and media attention when he tweeted, “Greg Gianforte just body slammed me and broke my glasses”. Gianforte is a Republican House candidate in today’s special election in Montana, a race that has drawn a lot of media coverage. Other reports quickly… CONTINUE
If it doesn’t land him in jail, it shouldn’t land him in the U.S. House.
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It’s almost as if the New York Times editorial board was taken over by fools from Media Matters, Salon, Slate, and Think Progress. It is the only rational explanation for their unhinged rant against the electoral college in their Monday edition. It is bereft of any facts about the actual creation of the electoral college. Instead, it relies on revisionist history, claiming the electoral college | Read More »
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When you get to the end zone, act like you’ve been there before. Or at least seen a picture of one.
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This is a topic that is crucial in this election cycle. It is of particular interest to me, as I consider the top of the GOP ticket to be a waste. It was a race that ended the day Donald Trump was named nominee. Meanwhile, there are Republican governors who have suffered from the Trump stain, and are battling to maintain their positions. Democrats were | Read More »
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This is it. It’s the effective end of the primary election and here is how it all shook out.
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Image Credit And That’s Why Your Single “I think she’s a lovely young lady and very courageous, and I think she [Curtis] is, you know, a fine character and all that,” said Paul Edwards, a former member of the Montana Democratic Party’s executive board. “I don’t think she has a chance in hell.” – (HT:Townhall) The Montana Democratic Party has a genuine asset* in Amanda | Read More »
The Montana Senate race has been perhaps the most interesting contest thus far in the 2014 Senate election cycle. Original nominee, and sitting interim Senator, John Walsh was busted for plagiarism on a 14 page (!) Master’s thesis*. Sensing that this might be a liability on the campaign trail, he was replaced with single term Montana State Representative Amanda Curtis. She’s already come under fire | Read More »
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Should have done it a week ago, frankly. Sen. John Walsh, D-Mont., announced Thursday that he is dropping out of the Senate race after it became clear that he could not overcome the fallout from a plagiarism scandal. “The 2007 research paper from my time at the U.S. Army War College has become a distraction from the debate you expect and deserve,” Walsh said in | Read More »
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This would be Lt. Governor John Walsh, Democrat, potential candidate for Senator – and possibly the person that would have been picked to temporarily replace the possibly-quitting Max Baucus, although that might be up in the air now. The very short version: Walsh was running for a leadership position in the National Guard Association of the United States (NGAUS), and used his position as a | Read More »