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The state seal displays symbols of Montana's history and natural beauty. A sunrise shines over snowy mountains. Waterfalls, the Missouri River, mountains, hills, trees, and cliffs are shown behind three tools (a pick, a shovel, and a plow) which are symbols of Montana's mining and farming history. A ribbon with the state motto, Oro y Plata (Spanish for "gold and silver ") is displayed at the bottom of the seal.

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Statewide election dates

June 2, 2020: Primary
November 3, 2020: General election

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President of the United States
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State Supreme Court
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  • I would like to know when are we going to impeach Obama and put him in prison for treason?

  • Read this first before you see who got the money, if you can!!!!  Especially about the "Foreign Borrowers"!!!

    21,000 Transactions

    Any new rescues by the U.S. central bank would be governed by transparency laws adopted in 2010 that require the Fed to disclose borrowers after two years.

    Fed officials argued for more than two years that releasing the identities of borrowers and the terms of their loans would stigmatize banks, damaging stock prices or leading to depositor runs. A group of the biggest commercial banks last year asked the U.S. Supreme Court to keep at least some Fed borrowings secret. In March, the high court declined to hear that appeal, and the central bank made an unprecedented release of records.

    Data gleaned from 29,346 pages of documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act and from other Fed databases of more than 21,000 transactions make clear for the first time how deeply the world’s largest banks depended on the U.S. central bank to stave off cash shortfalls. Even as the firms asserted in news releases or earnings calls that they had ample cash, they drew Fed funding in secret, avoiding the stigma of weakness.

  • You have a beautiful State. I have toured via motorcycle many times, and never tire of visiting. Keep it Constitutional.
  • Hi Donna,

    I would suggust going with your own instinct and write letters to the editor and write to your state representatives. I know Chas Vincent (Republican) who is running for State Senate 1 is for the idea, and there are others. He has committed, to me anyway, that after the election he will move forward with legislation. His email is cvvincent@hotmail.com his phone is 406-293-1575.

    If you send me your email I will keep you up to date. Sent to: perquiaga@EaglesVoice.com. You can also go to www.EaglesVoice.com and fill out my SHORT questionair which will put you on my email list if you check yes to do so.

    Thank you Donna,

    Phillip Erquiaga
    82 Cedar Street Extension
    Libby, Montana 59923
    406-293-2393
    perquiaga@EaglesVoice.com
    http://www.EaglesVoice.com/
  • Fantastic...let's see what we can do in Great Falls; keep me informed re: MT & what I could be doing & what I need to do.
    9 members is great; 19 could be accomplished and step from there. How do we start? Are there flyers that can be distributed. Is there a site where I can get more info to help in MT???? Thank you so much.
    Donna Gilmore aka gr8fulgilmore@bresnan.net (great falls, mt)
  • Illegal Immigration
    Again Illegal Immigration is at the forefront of discussion around the country and within many states. This is the result of President Obama and the Leftist (Socialist) Liberals intent to reform immigration by offering amnesty and all citizenship rights to Illegal Immigrants and by the boldly appropriate actions of the State of Arizona to control Illegal Immigration by passing and signing Arizona’s S.B. 1070

    (See full test of Arizona’s S.B. 1070 at: http://www.azsos.gov/public_services/Chapter_Laws/2010/49th_Legisla...))

    I am asking the people of Montana to join together to pass a Montana bill similar to Arizona’s S.B. 1070. I’m asking the people of Montana to provide your thoughts on Illegal Immigration by filling out a brief questionnaire. Click Here or go to: http://www.eaglesvoice.com/Illegal_Immigration_Questionair.html



    As states in the Southwest, and other areas of our country, move foreword to save themselves and their communities from the multitude of negative effects resulting from Illegal Immigration, Illegal Immigrants will look for opportunities to leave those states seeking refuge in states that continue to protect their Illegal status by allowing Illegal Employment (Thereby taking jobs away from honest hard working citizens.), that allow them to receive free social services (Thereby increase the tax burden on the citizens.), that refuse to acknowledge the influx of crime created by Illegal’s (Thereby putting their citizens at risk of becoming victims of crime.), that will encourage the proliferation of illicit narcotic sales and use (Thereby risking the future of our youth and citizens.), that feel there is no risk that disease will be transmitted by illegal’s (Thereby putting our citizens health at risk.), that think that the threat of terrorism only originates in the middle east and won’t happen here, for example in Montana (Thereby opening the door for terrorist cells to propagate and threaten society.), and we can go on and on…



    Join the EaglesVoice Forum on Immigration Click Here or go to:
    http://www.eaglesvoice.com/forum_immi.html
  • April 28, 2010

    The Honorable Jan Brewer
    Governor of Arizona
    1700 West Washington
    Phoenix, Arizona 85007


    Honorable Governor Jan Brewer,

    I commend your actions regarding illegal immigration! You have taken bold action that will, if not reversed, help to save the state of Arizona.

    I was born in Nevada, spent most of my life in Las Vegas, and then moved to Southern California. This allows me to understand the problems that Arizona faces. These problems are one of the reasons I've moved to Montana. Sadly, these problems exist here also - although on a much smaller scale.

    Your actions will help Arizona economically, your actions will help to prevent crime, drug trafficking, the potential spread of disease, the socio/economic burden born by Arizona Citizens to pay (through taxes) the cost of medical care and other social services that illegal’s have no right to.

    I hope that Governors Office and Arizona will continue to fight the objections and resistance to your efforts, and encourage the rest of our country to follow your lead. I hope the people of Arizona, that may see temporary economic setbacks as a result of boycotts, will see that in the long term the people will be better off financially. Arizona will be a much stronger state.

    I would like a copy of your new law so I can consider submitting similar legislation in Montana.

    Thank you,
    Phillip Erquiaga
    Libby, Montana
    www.EaglesVoice.com
    http://www.EaglesVoice.com/
  • http://hubpages.com/hub/Obama-ness
    No wonder Castro likes Obama ......DUH !
    They are great 'bed-fellows.'
  • Check out how bias the News Media has been http://www.mrc.org/specialreports/uploads/obamaomit.pdf
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Tribes Seek to Halt Mine in Cabinet Mountains Wilderness

 ..PABLO – As plans march forward for a controversial copper and silver mine beneath the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness, members of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes are trying to halt the project by designating a sacred peak in the area to the National Register of Historic Places.Francis Auld, cultural preservation officer for the Kootenai Tribe, said efforts are under way to recognize Chicago Peak under the National Historic Preservation Act as a traditional cultural property. The…

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State of Montana Ordered to Provide Pay Data

HELENA — A conservative-leaning think tank and the state have reached a settlement to conclude the group’s successful legal effort to obtain and publicize salary data, in electronic format, for 14,000 state government employees.The agreement, recently signed by top officials from the Montana Policy Institute and the state Department of Administration, aims to provide the data to the group by April 1.“We’re obviously very happy with the settlement,” said Carl Graham, president of the Montana…

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Max Baucus is still Health Bill fan

When the Supreme Court takes up the health care law a week from Monday, Max Baucus will be front and center to watch the proceedings.Really? Max Baucus? The guy from Montana, where they hate the health reform law he helped write? Where his poll numbers took a big nose dive right after it passed?And where his Senate colleague, Jon Tester, is fighting for his political life as Republicans call him the “60th vote” for the law?READ MORE: Click here: Max Baucus is still health bill fan - Kate Nocera…

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“BILLINGS REACTION TO DEBT CEILING DEBACLE”

I would like to respond to the comments made buy a KULR 8 story. Their website limited the response comments and therefore, I chose to ask you to consider my comments to their story “BILLINGS REACTION TO DEBT CEILING DEBACLE”. As Montanans, until we come to grips with the growing “Approval of Centralizing Government” we will never see a reduction in our outlay to feed Government. As I see it, Government has one purpose: “To provide what we as Individuals are unable to provide”. Example: Roads,…

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