Montana GOP leader asks state to pay its fair share for The Wall

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Montana shares a 545-mile long border with Canada, so we know something about border security, but it’s the border with Mexico that has Montanans like other Americans concerned about our future. That’s why it was nice to wake up this morning and find a front-page story in my old newspaper the Daily Inter Lake headlined


Pat Buchanan exhorts Trump: Declare an emergency

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It was nearly three decades ago when Pat Buchanan stood athwart history and said “Stop” to the powerful political forces working to transform the United States into a nation ripped from its historical, religious and cultural moorings and set adrift on a sea of globalism. Sadly his long-shot candidacy for president in 1992 was a

Media pats itself on back for latest #Unself-FulfillingProphecy

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The whining by the media pundits about how Trump was surprised and embarrassed by Nick Ayers not becoming his new chief of staff was SO predictable! In fact, I predicted it here! The DC #SwampMedia simply create #FakeNews using #FakeSources and then blame Trump when it (surprise!) turns out to be fake! And this morning

Kanye, we hardly knew ye (my new column at Real Clear Politics)

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Here’s my latest column from Real Clear Politics, which looks at the cultural phenomenon of Kanye West’s political flirtation with Donald Trump and asks whether we really know what it means yet — or whether it is really over (like the mainstream media tells us it is). ‘Kanye, we hardly knew ye’ By Frank Miele There

If you don’t vote for the party, you’re not doing your part

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Here’s my weekly column at www.realclearpolitics.com: By FRANK MIELE There once was a time when a principled voter would declare, “I vote for the person, not the party,” but today that is a fool’s errand. As a half-dozen Senate races in 2018 prove, voting for party first is voting for principle. Pay attention to what the Democratic