President Trump surprised the White House press corps Wednesday by not accepting their hooligan antics quietly. Good for him! Jim Acosta WAS rude. If you don’t know it, then you are part of the civility problem, too. The problem is the media has an entitlement mentality. They think they have a constitutional “right” to do
It’s time to say goodbye and good riddance to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who was asked to vacate his office at the Justice Department on Wednesday. #jeffsessions #mueller #potus #russiahoax It’s a shame that Sessions turned out to be an abysmal failure as AG because he wasn’t half bad as a senator, especially on immigration
Montana’s blue counties finally started counting votes again this morning and Sen. Jon Tester has taken the lead. He won’t give it up again. Lots of votes still coming in from Missoula, Great Falls and Bozeman, where Democrat Tester is running strong. We’ve seen similar overnight swings in Montana before, and I have a suspicion
The numbers in Montana’s Senate race have been quite confounding, but Matt Rosendale has taken small lead with 63 percent of vote counted. New York Times has up by about 4,000 votes but is still forecasting a Tester victory by 2.4 percent. I wouldn’t bet either way at this point. All depends on where the
At 8:15 MST, Ted Cruz is ahead in his re-election race against Beto O’Rourke by about 150,000 votes. John King on CNN however found some light for Democrats. According to him, the Houston vote was just 16 percent counted, giving O’Rourke a chance to catch Cruz. Only problem is that 835,000 votes were already counted
It’s still pretty early on election night, but the takeaway is that Democrats failed to convince large swaths of the country that Trump and the Republican Party are dangerous. GOP May lose control of the House, but looks poised to build a comfortable lead in the Senate. Republicans poised to win Florida governor and Senate
For the past week we have been treated to the spectacle of the mainstream media lecturing President Trump for talking about the dangers of a porous border. They call him a fear monger and a racist; they ridicule him for calling himself a nationalist; they say national sovereignty is out-dated. Well, I beg to differ.
The last poll in Montana’s Senate race shows a dead heat between Democratic Sen. Jon Tester (50.1 percent) and Republican challenger Matt Rosendale (49 percent). The poll by the Trafalgar Group suggests that it could be a late night for those of us in Montana who will follow the balloting results tonight. Trafalgar has a