Monthly Archives: May 2021

A Poem For Debra And The Podcast People Keeping Me Sane

by William Skink On this special Memorial Day Monday I’m putting on my “William Skink” persona to share a poem for Adam’s mother-in-law, Debra. Debra Gets Red Pilled is a FANTASTIC podcast, and I was delighted to hear Adam read … Continue reading

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Landlord Koostra Gives Candidate Carlino The Boot, But It’s ME Making People Feel Uncomfortable?

by Travis Mateer Earlier this month, in a local news article about housing frustrations, Missoula City Council candidate Danny Carlino disclosed how his own housing insecurity could remove him from eligibility to run in Ward 3 against Dori Gilels: “We … Continue reading

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Is Western Montana Mental Health Selling Off Properties A Result Of Steve Bullock’s Brutal Medicaid Cuts?

by Travis Mateer In 2017 Montana experienced its worst fire season since 1910. The budget cuts that resulted, overseen by a Democratic Governor, significantly impacted Medicaid recipients and the organizations that serve them, like Western Montana Mental Health. Attempts the … Continue reading

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A Customer Complaint Against Mountain Line And Revisiting The Controversial “Leaning Benches” Installed In 2019 Because Homeless People

by Travis Mateer Public scrutiny in the form of local media attention can effect change, especially when the scrutiny is of a taxpayer funded service, like the bus. Missoula’s bus service, Mountain Line, could have avoided this NBC Montana news … Continue reading

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For Montana Race-Obsessed Virtue Signalers, The Name Jefferson Davis Is More Important Than The Name Sean Stevenson

by Travis Mateer The Montana Human Rights Network and the Montana Racial Equity Project could be helping a black family right now, but they’re not. Why is that? Months ago I sent Meshayla Cox at the Montana Racial Equity Project … Continue reading

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