Tag Archives: Steve Bullock

The magic bulldozer

This post falls under the heading “clearing the platter,” something that has been sitting on my credenza behind me for weeks and weeks. It is of interest, perhaps, to citizens of Montana. It has to do with the most powerful … Continue reading

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A second opinion

I am running this photo again, as my conscience dictates I must. I am not convinced, but a man whose opinion I respect and who has years of experience in the field says the photo above is real. I yield, … Continue reading

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The cardboard cutout governor

Montana people can tell me how much mileage this photo has gotten. Did the Lee newspapers carry it? They usually cooperate in photo fakery. It is their job, no matter who is in office. The Governor, Steve Bullock, took a … 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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