Thanks to you, 2015 was another great year here at The Western Word (TWW)!
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In 2015, there were 311 new posts which bring the total archive of this blog to 2,730 posts.
The Great Falls Tribune published a story earlier this week about the Cascade County (MT) Republican Central Committee “quarrelling” within their ranks.
It was such a big ——- deal that not one but two political science professors were interviewed for the story. It’s worth a few chuckles if you want to read it. Click HERE.
The article began with State Representative Wendy McKamey who has decided to run for a different legislative seat (HD-19) which is currently held by State Representative Randy Pinocci. McKamey lives in HD-19 but she represents HD-23 (my district) in the state legislature.
Welcome to Tuesday – It’s time for Tuesday’s Political Potpourri!
When there are several political stories out there that I want to comment about, I combine them into a “potpourri” column.
Today I provide that valuable independent commentary you’ve come to love from The Western Word. Today’s subjects include:
– Cascade County Republican Central Committee & Steve Fitzpatrick
– Medicaid Expansion & the Montana Legislature
– Steve Daines & the letter to Iranian leaders
– Hillary’s e-mail issue & Lindsey Graham
Today I am writing this column from deep inside my bunker, which is also used as a basement. I may be wearing yoga pants…
I’ve been listening to the Charlie Daniels band play “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” all morning to drown out the sounds of black helicopters flying overhead. More about that later in this commentary.
The United Nations might even be spraying chemtrails on me as I write. I may grow a 12th toe.
You are probably wondering why all this is happening. Here’s why: