Monday, July 22, 2019

Tag: Montana

Iconic Yellowstone wolf shot dead in legal but ‘senseless killing’

"We have all seen the outpouring of grief, rage and anger after the senseless killing of Wolf 926, which unfortunately was a legal kill. It is now time to put that grief, rage and anger to work."

Tobacco industry donates millions to try and defeat Medicaid expansion in...

"Voters in Montana have a simple choice: side with companies that kill or with Montanans who need access to healthcare.”

Progressive Briefing for Wednesday, September 26

Bill Cosby sentenced to prison, UN condemns U.S. for lack of universal health care, Montana judge restores grizzly bears' protection, and more.

Progressive Briefing for Monday, August 13, 2018

Green Party candidate in Montana was on GOP payroll, the murder of Gazan children, Canada as Syria's new enemy, and more.

The Montana moms who decided refugees will be welcome in their...

Even in a conservative and rural state, Mary Poole and her book club felt Missoula was a good place for refugees. So they made it happen.

Greg Gianforte agrees to plead guilty for body-slamming reporter

Despite the fact that Gianforte assaulted a reporter, the congressional candidate defeated his Democratic opponent by more than 20,000 votes.

The folk singer vs. the millionaire: A Berniecrat aims for Montana’s...

Rob Quist’s House campaign draws on Montana’s populist spirit.

3 creative solutions to protect water, wildlife, and a warming city

In the heat zone of Louisville, Kentucky, 170 residents have been trained as “citizen foresters.”

White nationalists target Jews in small Montana town

A call to action in the Daily Stormer describes Jews as a “vicious, evil race of hate-filled psychopaths.”

How Montanans Stopped the Largest New Coal Mine in North America

The abandonment of the Otter Creek mine project shows that land defenders and climate activists are learning how to take on big energy companies and win.

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Trickle down, wealth tax, and war

The central advantage to a wealth tax is that it spreads the power to spend wealth throughout the society and thereby can better the society if done in an appropriate way.

Fracking wastewater may trigger earthquakes for decades even after operations cease

"That has some very interesting and I think important consequences for how we understand the hazard posed by oilfield wastewater disposal."

The taint on Trump

What has our country become? A country that accepts rapists as their leaders?

How a trojan horse project to rewrite our constitution could actually happen if Trump...

It’s often said that if Trump is reelected, it’ll be the end of democracy in America. But how could Trump get reelected,...

550,000 acres on fire in Alaska in latest sign of the climate crisis

Alaska's fires show the footprints of climate change in multiple ways.