A report last week to the Montana Environmental Quality Council (EQC) on the road in Montana that are managed by the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) showed that 9,784 miles — or about 31 percent — of the 32,000 miles of federally managed roads in the state were closed to motorized traffic.
News wire cites scientific research on pro-choice side of debate, ignore scientific evidence on pro-life side of the argument.
While the tragedy remains under investigation with officials saying that they still don’t know exactly why the man did it, the Billings Gazette headlined a Facebook post about the incident with seemingly irrelevant information from an Associated Press (AP) article that the man apparently owned books that espouse “constitutionalist” or “anti-government” beliefs.
In recent and ongoing debates regarding the Obamacare mandated Medicaid expansion and public lands policy, Montana’s legacy news media has exhibited a clear bias toward left-wing, liberal talking points.
The AP shows making up data and editorializing are more important than facts when reporting on Wis. Gov. Scott Walker.
Despite continued strong statements amount the influence of “money in politics,” Montana’s two most prominent Democratic office holders, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester and Gov. Steve Bullock, are both set to lead major big money national fundraising campaigns starting in 2015.
The fallout of election 2014 had not settled before Montana Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock announced an agreement between his administration and the three major state employee unions on a pay increase that covers the 2015-2016 biennium.
The state appeals court judge who upheld a conviction from the controversial John Doe probe is a Democratic donor and the wife of a Democratic politician.
Two news stories that have garnered national attention have ignored key pieces of information in an attempt to hit Wisconsin Republican elected officials just weeks before the fall election.
Rasmussen Reports has released the first post Walsh poll of the Montana U.S. Senate race, and it shows that Democrats have a lot of work to do, with newly minted Democratic candidate State Rep. Amanda Curtis of Butte trailing Republican Congressman Steve Daines by 20 points.