Helena’s mayoral candidates: Refugee crisis is not a city issue

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“Smith has been criticized in the liberal-leaning blog “The Montana Post,” as well as some letters to the editor published by the Independent Record, for his speech at a meeting hosted by Virginia-based ACT for America last year in Helena. The Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center, a legal advocacy nonprofit that specializes in civil rights issues, has classified ACT as an anti-Muslim hate group “because it pushes wild Muslim conspiracy theories, denigrates American Muslims and deliberately conflates mainstream and radical Islam.”

“Smith told the Independent Record he was not aware the organization was listed as a hate group when he attended the meeting, and said, “I’m not sure I agree with the views of either ACT or the SPLC.” More…

Helena’s mayoral candidates: Refugee crisis is not a city issue

While the Helena mayor’s speech to what critics call an anti-Muslim hate group has raised questions about his stance on refugee resettlement, both mayoral candidates say the global refugee crisis is not a city issue. “There’s a minimal role for state government.

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Three percent of the population own half of the civilian guns in the US

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Because of our liberal gun laws that we fight tooth and nail for, noone will ever know how many guns Montanans own. I’d wager to say we are probably along the line of 90% of Montanans are in this 3%. If I remember correctly, the state mandatory minimum is still 16 per household, right? 🙂

Three percent of the population own half of the civilian guns in the US

Stephen Paddock stockpiled an arsenal of weapons before committing the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history in Las Vegas. The bloodshed and the scope of Paddock’s weaponry, extreme as it may seem, have returned gun control to the forefront of the US national debate.

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1561 Montana members and counting at Montana Gun Trader…

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I would wager to say that’s probably the biggest group of Montanans all in one spot buying, selling and trading guns online. This is just the kind of post that Facebook blocked me for. Should I block myself here? LOL 🙂

Montana Gun Trader – Firearms Social Network

Join now to buy, sell & trade new & used firearms, ammunition, gun parts & accessories for free with over 1500 Montanans . Montana Gun Trader was established in February of 2016 as a result of Facebook blocking gun sales groups as we all knew they eventually would.

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Firefox and Chrome users can now get Push Notifications for new posts

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Well aint we just getting fancy! If you use Firefox like I do or even Chrome, this website can now send you Push Notifications for new posts just like the big boys do. Get down there and click that bell so you don’t miss news feed posts! And then be sure to engage wherever you can and share posts so we can help drive up the search engine ranking for our favorite Montana site! 🙂

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Billings truck company tapped to haul national Christmas tree from Montana to Washington, D.C.

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“Whitewood Transport, a Billings-based trucking company, will haul the 2017 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree from the Kootenai National Forest in the northwest corner of the state to Washington, D.C., next month. It means so much,” said Mike Wilson, Whitewood’s owner and president. “It’s cool for Montana.” More…

Billings truck company tapped to haul national Christmas tree from Montana to Washington, D.C.

Whitewood Transport, a Billings-based trucking company, will haul the 2017 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree from the Kootenai National Forest in the northwest corner of the state to Washington, D.C., next month. “It means so much,” said Mike Wilson, Whitewood’s owner and president. “It’s cool for Montana.”

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