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Montana quarter to debut on January 29.

Montana Republican honors MLK with a real zinger. Classy.

Montana legislators work to reign in short-term debt. Matt Singer supports the effort.

Meet the Democratic future of the state: ten Montana legislators under 35.

Colby mulls the blogo-debate of SB 15. Good stuff.

Dean admits political opportunities in the West influenced the decision to make Denver the home of the 2008 convention.

Looks like I’m in the middle on abortion. I’m beginning to think I’m a d*mn centrist.

Insurance company slammed for wrongly processing a Katrina claim. Uh oh, Spaghetti-Os, accountability is bad news for the industry…

Kos calls for new ideas on campaign finance reform, because the old ideas aren’t working.

Guess who’s the environmentalist, Ted Stevens or Barak Obama?

Obama is in. (See the video.) Does this mean Hilary will opt out?

Webb to response to Bush State of the Union speech. Ouch! That’s gotta hurt!

Bush’s approval rating drops drops after his escalation speech. Go figure.

“Unacceptable”: I don’t think that word means what Bush thinks it does.

Bush v Constitution, part 4,561: a number of Senate-confirmed judicial appointees have been pushed out of office for “unknown reasons” and replaced with Bush-appointed “interim” judges. What the h*ll is going on?

Dana Lithwick thinks the Bush administration, in the case of Gitmo, doesn’t really give a hoot about terrorism, but is just trying to expand executive power.

State Department counter-terrorism expert claims we’ve “lost ground” against terrorism because of Iraq.

A bunch of Internet conspiracy theorists believe the government is trying to beam voices inside their heads…only evidence suggests the government has worked on technology that does just that

Bill Moyers to do a special on the role of the press before the Iraq war…can’t wait to see it!

Trudeau’s brilliant new Doonesbury character: White House situational science advisor, Dr. Nathan Null!

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  1. Pete Talbot

    One piece that I read in today’s Missoulian that I didn’t see in your links: State Rep. Krayton Kerns, R-Laurel, wants to ban human cloning. It’s about time! Those pesky clones are a constant annoyance — crowding the sidewalks, taking cuts in line, adding to traffic problems, to name just a few. All other legislative action should take a back seat to this important bill (H.B. 215). Thank God the Republicans are on top of this.

    (Couldn’t find this story on Missoulian Online. It can be accessed at: http://www.billingsgazette.net/articles/2007/01/17/news/state/52-cloning.txt)

  2. Oh – I know what that’s all about. He’s seen the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates, and has had enough.




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