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Bigger Issues than Who Shut Down Yellowstone

There are larger issues surrounding the “shutdown” than who shut down Yellowstone, Yosemite and the WW II Memorial Park– namely runaway government spending threatening our economic freedom. Facing the reality of $17 trillion national debt and $100+ trillion more in unfunded liabilities (Medicaid, Social Security, and pensions) is just too difficult for many people. It’s far easier to blame the Tea Party, Americans For Prosperity than to tackle the problem.

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Flash Rally Opposing SCOTUS rule on New Health Care Law Draws Activists and Local Media

June 28, 2012

June 28, 2012, Bozeman, Mont.—More than 50 people gathered on the Gallatin County Court House within three hours of the US Supreme Court’s decision to uphold all of the President’s new health care law. Despite the disappointing news of the court’s decision, activists gathered to express their opposition and to hear from local leaders. Joe [...]

The Truth about Tester – His Big Government Prescriptions are Bad Medicine for Montana

June 21, 2012

By Joe Balyeat When Jon Tester was first up for election 6 years ago, his opponent went after him with the catch phrase – “Jon Tester: conservative haircut, liberal values”. After that attack proved unsuccessful, a modified version of it became my intro line for MT Senate floor speeches: “Howdy. I’m Joe Balyeat – Liberal [...]

“Tester Truth Tour” Kicks Off in Kalispell, MT

June 19, 2012

Tonight in Kalispell, Montana, AFP kicked off the first stop of a five-city, three-day bus tour across the state. The events send a message to Montana Senator Jon Tester and other politicians that big government, freedom-killing policies are destroying Montana and the country – and that it’s time to embrace policies that support Montana. Over [...]

Point: LR123 slows government growth with refunds for taxpayers

June 12, 2012

Editor’s note: In early June, District Judge Jeffrey Sherlock of Helena declared Legislative Referendum 123 an unconstitutional delegation of power by the Legislature to a legislative fiscal analyst acting on the entire body’s behalf and ordered it removed from the ballot. Sherlock said he expects his decision to be appealed to the Montana Supreme Court. [...]

Proponents and Opponents Square Off at Wolf “Listening Session”

May 07, 2012 J

May 3, 2012, Bozeman, Mont.—Wolves took center stage at the Gallatin County Commission hearings tonight. Proponents argued ethical concerns to maintain the wolf population. Others claimed wolves bring in millions of dollars of eco-tourist funds. And a few denied any real impact on the big game population despite a report from a local Fish and Game expert who said she counted only 4 moose in a recent fly-over in Gallatin County. One person testified that having county involvement in the wolf issues was simply adding more bureaucracy to the problem.

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