Tag Archives: Steve Bullock

Something’s not right, Part 2 [revamped], using Forensically, an online and free tool

Rather than doing a new post, I am simply updating this, as there are comments going one beneath and I do not want to erase them by deleting the post. So consider this revamping Part 3, really. A commenter asked … Continue reading

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Something’s not right …

I need other eyes on this photo. It is Governor Steve Bullock of Montana, who is positioned in the political spectrum as a “liberal,” and so who is forced now and then to mouth progressive-sounding platitudes. In this  photo, he … Continue reading

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Back from Montana

We just returned yesterday from up north, flying over southwest Montana, Utah and Colorado. As we took off from Bozeman, on our left was a brilliant orange sunrise, and on our right a nearly full moon illuminating the landscape. It … Continue reading

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Power cannot function without formal structure

“The first rule of Fight Club is: You do not talk about Fight Club. The second rule of Fight Club is: You do not talk about Fight Club.” (Tyler Durden) I’ve been putting off this task, as it is daunting. … Continue reading

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The meaning of Obama’s Keystone decision

“President Obama’s decision to deny approval of the Keystone XL Pipeline is wrong and bad for Montana. The jobs*, economic benefit, and energy security the pipeline would afford Montana — especially eastern Montana — are now lost due to the … Continue reading

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