Happy Monday – there are only 15 days left until Election Day 2014 – so the end is in sight!
Today I take a quick look at the debates, I write about a special e-mail I received, and I spotted a political sign with a special message.
Time to cue Crazy Train…All aboard! Hahahahahahaha…
There are only 18 days until Election Day 2014!
If you are a first-time visitor, “Caught My Eye” is posted right here every Friday morning! This is when I take a look at some of the stories I did not have time to write about during the week. I often throw in a touch of sarcasm to make you smile – or to irritate you just a little – or maybe both.
Today I write about Ryan Zinke/John Lewis fundraising, Amanda Curtis Ad, Yellowstone County Republicans, Florida FanGate, Houston Mayor & FRC, Kansas City Royals play in Missouri, plus there’s a winner who is Making Montana Proud!
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“Thursday Numbers” is the weekly column where I take a look at the numbers that are in the news (in descending order) and provide commentary (sometimes spiked with sarcasm) just to make you smile, shake your head, or make you send me nasty e-mails or Tweets.
This week I write about education, brotherly love, weapons of mass destruction, tips, richest people, spookiest spots, control of the government, Kansas City Royals, St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula, ACLU of Montana, and much more!
Today I take a look at the debate between Secretary of State Linda McCulloch (D) and state Rep. Champ Edmunds (R) about Legislative Referendum 126 (LR-126), and the mailer I received about the Montana Supreme Court race. I also comment about a new Gallup Poll that asked about members of Congress.
With just 21 days left until Election Day 2014, there are some stories out there that made me chuckle a few times, and others that caught my attention. I’ve got links to all of them, plus some commentary in this column I like to call “Political Potpourri.”
Today I write about Captain Obvious, plagiarism and the senate race, plagiarism and the plaque, Curtis and YouTube, Lewis and guns, and much more!
If you have not received a glossy mailer from groups promoting Mike Wheat and/or Lawrence VanDyke for Montana Supreme Court, you’re lucky.
Along with the Montana’s U.S. House race, the race for Supreme Court Justice #2 may be one of the more interesting races in 2014.
The “Non-Partisan” Montana Supreme Court justices are elected for eight-year terms, so whoever wins the race will be there almost until the cows come home.
Here at The Western Word, I like to make things pretty easy for the voters, and deciding for whom to vote in this race is really pretty easy – so read on…