Monthly Archives: July 2017

Does Sue Malek Really Think Montana’s Budget Woes Are Trump’s Fault?

by William Skink Donald Trump gets to play the role of President for a reason, and I think that reason is to be the fall guy for the coming economic crash. This line of thinking resonated with me before the … Continue reading

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Quick Hits, July Edition

by William Skink Since I don’t have time to write more involved posts about the myriad issues swirling around that concern me, I’ll try to touch on a few of the issues briefly with the hope of writing more down … Continue reading

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“A Better Deal”

By JC With a brilliant rebranding effort, it seems that Democrats led by Senator Chuck Schumer think that Trumpism-lite is better than nothing. “So what did we do wrong? People didn’t know what we stood for, just that we were against … Continue reading

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Ween, Alex Jones and Bon Iver

by William Skink Summer break and light posting continues. Last night I went to the Ween show at the new Kettle House amphitheater. The venue was great, the sound was great, but the logistics of getting people in and out … Continue reading

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Clinton Supporters Seek Revenge Challenge Against Bernie

by William Skink You can thank James Conner for bringing my attention to these bitter Bernie haters: Vermont resident Jon Svitavsky announced on July 5 that he is challenging Sen. Bernie Sanders in his upcoming re-election in 2018. In his … Continue reading

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Russia, The Media and Why I Think Jon Tester Will Lose in 2018

by William Skink While Trump pressed flesh with Putin today for like so much longer than scheduled, which was like totally suspicious all by itself–I mean, like, hours, not minutes, which might be treason and maybe we should unfriend anyone … Continue reading

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Missoula Mayor Walks Away From Jail Diversion Because Money Talks

by William Skink Last night I fell asleep much earlier than usual, exhausted from neighbors with an apparent four figure budget for fireworks, the heat that’s taken hold, and the different demands of three kids in various stages of development … Continue reading

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