Tag: Montana

Matt Rosendale

Exclusive — Matt Rosendale: Montana Sending Me to Senate ‘Not to Bring Home the Bacon, but to Slaughter the Hog’ of Big Government

Montana Republican U.S. Senate candidate Matt Rosendale lit into big government omnibus spending bills during an interview on Breitbart News Sunday on SiriusXM’s Patriot Channel 125 this weekend, including bashing a pet project for New York City that Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is trying to insert into the bill despite President Donald Trump’s threat to veto the bill if it is included.

Greg Gianforte

Montana House Race Heats Up as Bodies Fly and Democrats Smell Blood

Montana isn’t known for exciting political races, but a race for an open House seat in the Treasure State has turned into a cocktail of “House of Cards” and WWE, with Democrats smelling an upset in the traditionally red state as the Republican candidate was charged after allegedly body-slamming a reporter.

PHOTOS: Americans Observe Memorial Day Nationwide

Families across America this Sunday and Monday congregated in their town’s main streets to honor the memories of those soldiers lost defending the United States throughout history, passing on to their children the utmost respect for those who gave all in defense of their nation.

Couple Making Out at Bar Uninterrupted by Armed Robbery

A bar in Billings, MT was robbed at gunpoint, but that did not stop one couple there from enjoying their experience. Early into Monday morning, three masked men entered the Tap Inn with guns. One of the robbers can be seen on the surveillance video

Montana Man Files Application for Polygamous Marriage

On Tuesday, inspired by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts’ dissent in the recent ruling legalizing gay marriages across the country, one Montana man who has two wives took the logical next step, applying for his polygamous marriage to be legalized.

State Education Officials Fear Federal Withholding of Funds Due to Low Common Core Test Participation

As parents have continued to opt their children out of the testing aligned with the Common Core standards by the thousands in some states, in others, the testing has been halted entirely due to numerous technological glitches, leaving some state education officials worried their federal funding could be at stake as a result of low participation rates in the mandated tests.