Category Archives: Politics

Posts relating to politics in one way or another

The Dillon Circus continues

We, in Dillon, don’t need a circus to come to town. Our Dillon City Government provides more than enough entertainment all by itself. About a month ago, Dillon City Councilman Swede Troedsson tried to have the Dillon Mayor, Mike Klakken … Continue reading

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Why Eric Cantor Lost

Occam’s Razor –  states that among competing hypotheses, the one with the fewest assumptions should be selected. Other, more complicated solutions may ultimately prove correct, but—in the absence of certainty—the fewer assumptions that are made, the better. The political world … Continue reading

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Dillon Politics erupts again

Recently I posted about the fact that Mayor Malesich was defeated in the last election here in Dillon and that our new Mayor, Mike Klakkon would be taking over the position at the first of the year. As is normal … Continue reading

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Breaking: Major Change in the Montana US House race

Recently, I posted about the Montana US House Race. Today, an announcement was made that makes this race a lot easier to figure out. As I posted in my last article, Former US House Representative, Dennis Rehberg was considering entering … Continue reading

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On Monster Making

I sat down today to write a post about LR-121, a rather disgusting piece of racist legislation passed here in Montana and now being held up in the courts. I got into a “Discussion” about this legislation with Ingemar Johannson … Continue reading

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The Big Tent Joke

Back in the late 70’s, when I first started to vote, the world was a very different place – and so was American Politics. The Republicans were the party of the working man. They were the ones wearing the crew … Continue reading

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The Echo Chambers we live in

It is no secret that we, in America, are currently experiencing the most hyper-partisan political environment we have had in over a century. It is reported in the news (both local and national) and even the news from other countries … Continue reading

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I am a Shooting Enthusiast

I am a shooting enthusiast. That does not mean that I am a “gun nut” or a “2nd Amendmenter” or any other derogatory term you wish to apply to me. I am a shooting enthusiast and it means that I … Continue reading

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The Montana US Houses Race 2014 in a nutshell

So in my last post, I took on the 2014 Montana US Senate Race. As of the time of this writing, very little has changed though there have been some interesting posts about this race on other blogs. I will … Continue reading

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The Montana 2014 Senate Race in a nutshell

The political race most likely to get the most attention in Montana this year will be the race for the Montana Senate Seat currently held (at least at this point) by Senator Max Baucus. Baucus announced in 2013 that he … Continue reading

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