As Barbara Bush explained in her memoir, “George decided that we should go camping in Glacier National Park in Montana. I was thrilled as I had never visited a national park. George also decided that we would sleep in a tent in the woods.”
An online report from OilPrice.com says, “The Bakken crude oil production has started to grow again and is expected to beat in the first half of 2018 its own production record of 1.23 million bpd from December 2014.”
"Great Power Competition, Nuclear Weapons and Montana." That's the focus of a talk Wednesday night at Montana State University (MSU) by a retired US Air Force general who commanded various nuclear weapons units during his 34 year career.
House conservatives have been quoted as criticizing the $1.3 trillion omnibus spending package as a "bad, bad, bad bill" that was passed as part of "the worst process ever," as The Hill reports. So how did Montana's Congressman Greg Gianforte vote?
Tester backhandedly referring to Matt Rosendale as "Rosenberg." I even mentioned on the radio: Now, I'm not going to say that Jon Tester is an anti-Semite or anything, but can you imagine if a Republican had said this?
Governor Steve Bullock, D-MT., is getting called out by Politifact for using false statistics when it comes to the gun control debate. Bullock, desperate to be named as a potential Democratic presidential candidate in 2020, was recently in Milwaukee, Wisconsin raising money for Wisconsin Democrats.
Hillary Clinton was on a tear through India, and even Democrats don't seem too happy about it now. Especially after Mrs. Clinton was recorded on "India Today" blaming married, white women who voted for Trump.
For those of you who caught the coverage of the visits by former Vice President Joe Biden on behalf of Montana Democrats, and Sheriff David Clarke on behalf of Yellowstone County Republicans - some of the best highlights actually didn't even get mentioned in the coverage...