Last Friday, we published a piece about U.S. Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) omitting a New York City fundraiser with President Barack Obama from his public schedule. However, new facts have come to light showing that Tester did not, in fact attend the fundraiser.
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U.S. Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) is once again raising eyebrows by siding with Democrats on the issue of public land management.
They say talk is cheap and actions speak louder than words. In politics the cliche might be talk is cheap and whose checks you cash speak louder than words.
After praising a bipartisan compromise which provided Montana veterans who live long distances from the nearest VA facility greater access to care by allowing them to seek treatment outside of the VA system it seems U.S. Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) is back pedaling on that praise.
In the wake of revelations that U.S. Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) omitted a Democratic fundraiser with President Barack Obama in New York City from his official schedule, new scrutiny is being applied to how Montana’s congressional delegation discloses activities to the public.
Newly released documents obtained by the conservative non-profit Judicial Watch show that former Montana Democratic Senator Max Baucus may have had a large part in initiating IRS targeting of conservative non-profit groups. Letters dating back to 2010 show that then Senate Finance Committee chair Baucus sent a letter to then IRS chairman Douglas Shulman urging him […]
U.S. Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) stood behind President Barack Obama this week as details emerged regarding the historic nuclear agreement between the Islamic Republic of Iran and a global consortium of nations consisting of the United States, France, China, Russia, the United Kingdom, and Germany.
Conservative lawmakers in the Montana Legislature reacted swiftly and harshly last week to the distribution of a leaflet which accused some representatives of throwing “away their ‘conservative’ principles to advance liberal ideology.”
Former Democratic State Rep. and semi weekly Flathead Beacon opinion columnist Mike Jopek of Whitefish was treasurer of the Democratic Governors Association’s (DGA) Montana operations from 2012 to at least November of 2014 according to DGA reports to the Montana Commissioner of Political Practices (COPP).
Montana Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock has amassed a war chest of nearly $600,000 according to his campaign’s most recent finance report, and Republican Public Service Commissioner Brad Johnson has officially filed paperwork and launched a campaign website as Montana’s 2016 race for governor looms.