Wednesday’s Read: Liars, Ads, Immigration, & Primaries

Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world. – Nelson Mandela

Wow – this is the last column for August! Summer is ending and school starts in Great Falls today. Let’s be careful out there!

As we get ready to turn the calendar that means campaign season is heating up! Today the following items caught my attention:

  • Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire
  • New Juneau Ad
  • Trump Immigration Speech
  • Florida/Arizona Primaries

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Monday’s Quick Hits

Failure is success if we learn from it. – Malcolm Forbes

Welcome to Monday – the last Monday of August!

Today I take a look at:

  • Colin Kaepernick
  • Juneau vs. Zinke
  • Lit Drop Saturday
  • Florida Primary
  • Trump & Immigration

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Four Things for Wednesday…

Through chunks of hail, flash floods, and tears from having my tomato crop (my one and only plant) destroyed in the storm, nothing can keep me from posting my daily column!

Are you ready?

Here are four things you need to read today:

  • Trump Self-Destruction Tour
  • Bernie vs Debbie
  • The Blago Appeal
  • Elway vs Osweiler

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Weekend Political Odds & Ends

Your friendly independent blogger happened to catch the following stories/issues over the weekend:

  • Bullock’s Permission Slip
  • MT Dems – An Incredibly Diverse Group
  • Pence & Kaine Are Boring
  • Democratic National Convention & Wasserman Schultz
  • AP Poll about Guns
  • An Interesting Tweet

I have commentary about each one – so read on…

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Thursday Numbers

Welcome to Thursday Numbers! Are you ready for the weekend?

If this is your first time reading “Thursday Numbers,” this is where I take a look at the numbers that are in the news (in descending order) and provide commentary (sometimes spiked with a little sarcasm).

This week I write about the Powerball jackpot, the jobs grant, the Economic Development Summit in Butte, the overzealous hug, Montana State University, Super Bowl tickets, the Unabomber’s Manifesto, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, most corrupt members of Congress, fastest pitch, Ken Norton, government shutdown, state of Hawaii’s computer system, health care spending, Servicemember’s Electronic Health Records Act of 2013, unemployment, and a lot more so read on!

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