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Montana Must Call Bull on Bullock

Second Amendment Supporters Can Make A Major Montana Gain iStock-884194872 Montana – -(AmmoLand.com)- The upcoming United States Senate election in Montana is one that should not be close. Yet, if you look at projections from RealClearPolitics, the race between incumbent Steve Daines and Steve Bullock is a toss-up. For Second Amendment supporters, this should not be that close at all. We’ve covered this race before, but when so much is at stake, including whether or not we could see the Supre...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, Montana, Senate, Reagan, Bloomberg, United States, Mitch McConnell, Michael Bloomberg, Sandy Hook, Steve Bullock, Harold, National Rifle Association, Schumer, Charles Schumer, Steve Daines


647 new COVID-19 cases in Montana

Montana state health officials report 27,142 total cases of COVID-19 for Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020, 294 people have died of the virus....
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October snowstorm set to smash early-season records

In conjunction with the record-challenging cold that is set to surge southward across the central and western United States, another potentially record-setting snowstorm is set to target millions of Americans in the coming days. This time, the dose of wintry precipitation will target areas much farther south, including some that typically don't pick up snow until much later in the season. With this storm coming on the heels of recent winterlike weather that shattered a 115-year-old snowfall ...
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Dianne Feinstein under attack from the left for the crime of collegiality

For the sin of collegiality, once the hallmark of the United States Senate, California Senator Dianne Feinstein is facing calls to step down as ranking minority member of the powerful Judiciary Committee. In Twitter’s garden of outrage, where courtesy and tolerance go to be buried, the calls for Feinstein’s ouster “trended” after she complimented Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, for his handling of the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. “One of...
Tags: Florida, Supreme Court, California, Opinion, Montana, Washington, Senate, West Virginia, Sport, Indiana, Soccer, Hillary Clinton, North Dakota, Editorials, Graham, Dianne Feinstein


The US's third coronavirus surge may become the deadliest yet, experts say

A nurse puts on her PPE before tending to a COVID-19 patient on October 21, 2020 in Essen, Germany. Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images Daily coronavirus cases in the US have risen nearly 40%, on average, since the start of October.  Experts worry these cases will lead to the nation's deadliest surge of infections yet, as more people gather indoors for the holidays and become more lax about masks and social distancing. The US is also approaching peak flu season, which can lead to overcrowding at ho...
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Veterans Affairs Secretary Headlines GOP Fundraiser as COVID-19 Cases Surge

This story first appeared at ProPublica. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie headlined a fundraiser for the North Carolina Republican Party last week, taking time away from his job leading the government’s second-largest agency at a moment when COVID-19 cases are surging in VA hospitals. Though legal, campaigning by cabinet secretaries is a de...
Tags: Facebook, News, Colorado, California, Cdc, Montana, Senate, White House, Gop, House, Veterans Affairs, Va, North Carolina, Donald Trump, Noël, Trump


How the Army ended up with one of the most intact T. rex skeletons ever found

A woman returns from her flooded apartment in Coralvile, Iowa, June 13, 2008. David Greedy/Getty Images The Army Corps of Engineers manages more than 8 million acres of land across the US. With all that land, the corps is bound to dig up a few interesting things, like a 100% intact T. rex skeleton. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. It turns out a massive flood control project is an excellent way to unearth dinosaurs. At least, that's what happened back in 1993 in Coralvil...
Tags: Montana, US, Trends, United States, Iowa, Army, Smithsonian, Dinosaur, Fossil, US Army, Tyrannosaurus rex, T. Rex, Franklin D Roosevelt, Corps, CORALVILLE Iowa, US Army Corps of Engineers


I.Q. Munitions’ Extended Capacity Ruger 77 Magazines

Who are I.Q. Munitions? I.Q. Munitions is a Montana-based firearm industry company originally focused on perfecting high-velocity cartridge loadings whilst maintaining accuracy. This evolved into working with subsonic rounds, and how to create more accurate and effective subsonic loads. This is evident with their ‘Magnuforce Subsonic’ line, which covers a 400-gr 44 Remington Magnum, a […] Read More … The post I.Q. Munitions’ Extended Capacity Ruger 77 Magazines appeared first on The Firearm Blo...
Tags: Guns, Montana, Magazines, Daily News, Ruger, Ruger Deerfield, Ruger 96-44, 44 Remington Magnum, I.Q. Munitions, Ruger 77/44, Magnuforce Subsonic


Montana Governor Bullock Wants Semiautomatic Gun Ban for America ~ VIDEO

Opinion Bullock looking at Montana through the rearview mirror. Montana Governor Bullock Wants Semiautomatic Gun Ban for America Montana – -(AmmoLand.com)- Ex-Montana Governor and 2020 Democratic Candidate for U.S Senate, Steve Bullock's comments came in an August 2018 response to a question posed to him during a CNN State of The Union. Host Jake Tapper asked Bullock if he would support an “assault weapons ban, a ban on some forms of semiautomatic weapons.” Bullock answered, “You know, I wo...
Tags: Guns, Montana, Senate, America, Cnn, Jake Tapper, Steve Bullock, Bullock, Gun Rights News, Ammoland TV, Gun Banners, Gary Marbut, Montana Shooting Sports Association, Marbut, Democratic candidate for U S Senate, America Montana


Inside Trump's relationship with a multi-level marketing company that helped give him a financial lifeline

Donald Trump holding the ACN videophone with the ACN co-founders around him. Doe et al v. The Trump Corporation et al President Donald Trump took $8.8 million from a multi-level marketing company called ACN between 2005 and 2015, part of a larger "Apprentice"-tied lifeline that helped save him from financial ruin, according to a New York Times analysis of his tax records. Four anonymous MLM sellers are suing Trump, his company, and his family members, saying their endorsement of ACN led to...
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Montana Senate Race Could Decide The Second Amendment, Vote for Sen. Steve Daines!

Sen. Steve Daines and President Trump, img stevedaines.com Montana – -(AmmoLand.com)- In 2018, Second Amendment supporters failed to replace Jon Tester, which ranks as one of the biggest missed opportunities in that election cycle. This year in 2020, anti-Second Amendment extremists are hoping to pick off a strong Second Amendment supporter – and this one has none of the “redeeming” features that Tester purportedly brought to the table. Anti-Gun Montana Governor Steve Bullock is running to de...
Tags: Guns, Supreme Court, Congress, Montana, Senate, Reagan, Bloomberg, Pennsylvania, US Senate, Trump, Steve Bullock, Harold, National Rifle Association, Charles Schumer, Steve Daines, Chuck Schumer


Democrat Steve Bullock takes on GOP Sen. Steve Daines in for a Senate seat in Montana

First-term GOP Senator Daines is facing a tough race from Bullock, a popular former two-term Democratic governor, and former Montana attorney general.
Tags: News, Montana, Senate, Gop, Steve Bullock, Steve Daines, Bullock, Daines


Disease experts criticise school for shuffling pupils around every 15 minutes to avoid quarantine

A Montana school district is rotating pupils every 15 minutes in a bid to avoid quarantine requirements, prompting criticism from experts who warn it could lead to more infections than it prevents. The Billings Public Schools, the largest school district in the state, currently moves its pupils around the classroom four times every hour to reduce the time spent near each other. Its approach is based on the theory that only students who have been in “close contact”, defined as being within six fe...
Tags: News, Montana, New York Times, Billings Public Schools, Greg Upham


'America or Trump? I choose America': Former RNC chairman Michael Steele endorses Joe Biden for president

Former RNC Chairman Michael Steele. Ronen Tivony/NurPhoto via Getty Images Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele endorsed Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden on Tuesday. The longtime Republican, who has now joined the ranks of the Lincoln Project, said that President Donald Trump's reelection would "plunge our country into chaos." "Rather than seeking to build on the legacy of the Republican Party's founders, of which Trump is surely ignorant, Trump has posit...
Tags: Politics, News, Maryland, Montana, Nbc News, America, Barack Obama, Trends, Joe Biden, Gop, Republican Party, Biden, Donald Trump, George W Bush, Kamala Harris, Trump


Rounding up yet another important round of recent COVID-19 prison and jail stories

One sign of COVID fatigue for me is my tendency now to just keep scrolling past new press stories about the ugly (new and old) realities of prisons and jails during this persistent pandemic.  But, especially because COVID fear and not just fatigue is a felt reality for many millions of incarcerated persons and corrections staff and their families every day, I still should keep rounding up prison-COVID press pieces on a regular basis.  And, as I have said before, we should be regularly thankful t...
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The clock is ticking on Republicans' Senate advantage

For years the conventional wisdom has been that Republicans enjoy a healthy structural advantage in the race for the U.S. Senate. It's how Republicans were able to expand their majority in that chamber despite a brutal national environment in 2018, and it's how senators representing a minority of the U.S. population will be able to plow forward with Amy Coney Barrett's Supreme Court nomination before the election, confident that even if they kick away the Senate this year, it won'...
Tags: Texas, News, Mississippi, Supreme Court, Montana, Washington, Senate, Iraq, Reagan, Cnn, Gop, Ronald Reagan, North Dakota, Alaska, Tennessee, Ted Cruz


Montana federal prosecutor warns of dangers of pot legalization ahead of vote

Montana's top federal prosecutor is urging voters to tread carefully before voting to legalize recreational marijuana, taking the unusual step of jumping into a political debate about a ballot initiative in the weeks before the election. In an op-ed published in several newspapers in recent days and posted on the Justice Department's website on Monday, U.S. Attorney Kurt Alme told voters they should "review in detail" a pair of ballot initiatives that would legalize cannabis for adults ages 21 ...
Tags: News, Montana, Justice Department, Kurt Alme


Bear Attacks & 20 Instances of .22 Rimfire Used for Survival

Bella Twin Word Record Grizzly Skull killed with .22 long from a Cooey Ace 1 single shot rifle. Screenshot from North Shore Homestead video, cropped and scaled by Dean Weingarten. U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)-When researching incidents of firearms used to defend against bears, the surprising deadly potential of the common .22 rimfire cartridge becomes apparent. The most famous incident involving the .22 rimfire cartridge and bears is the 1953 world record grizzly bear. It was collected by Bella Tw...
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Bear Attacks and 20 Instances of .22 Rimfire Used for Survival

Bella Twin Word Record Grizzly Skull killed with .22 long from a Cooey Ace 1 single shot rifle. Screenshot from North Shore Homestead video, cropped and scaled by Dean Weingarten. U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)-When researching incidents of firearms used to defend against bears, the surprising deadly potential of the common .22 rimfire cartridge becomes apparent. The most famous incident involving the .22 rimfire cartridge and bears is the 1953 world record grizzly bear. It was collected by Bella Tw...
Tags: Florida, New York, Guns, Wales, Montana, Department Of Defense, West, Wyoming, Missouri, Idaho, Alaska, Connecticut, Arizona, Army, 22, Ohio


Strange Ranger – “Needing You”

The big, melodic indie rockers Strange Ranger never seem to keep still for all. Last year, Strange Ranger -- formerly of both Montana and Portland, now based in Philadelphia -- released their Remembering The Rockets album. Earlier this year, they spearheaded a benefit compilation that raised money for Bernie Sanders' presidential … More »
Tags: Music, News, Montana, Portland, Rockets, Philadelphia, Bernie Sanders, Strange Ranger, Fiona Woodman


Old Man Winter to overstay his welcome across northern tier as cold, snowy conditions persist

The rather sudden chilly flip in the weather pattern across the northern Plains and Midwest may have some people taking a look at the calendar to double check and make sure this is actually still October, because in some areas, it looks a lot more like December with all of the snowy weather. For those that aren't quite ready for wintry conditions to settle in for good, you might not be a fan of the tricks that Old Man Winter will have up his sleeve over the coming week. The extended stretch ...
Tags: News, Minnesota, Montana, Aberdeen, North Dakota, South Dakota, Michigan, Accuweather, Midwest, Dakotas, Upper Midwest, Northern Plains, High Plains, Midwest With, DirecTV Frontier, Sioux Falls South Dakota Fargo North Dakota


Rural Midwest Hospitals Are Struggling To Handle COVID-19 Surge

Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana sit among the top in the U.S. for new COVID cases, researchers say.
Tags: News, Montana, Wisconsin North Dakota South Dakota


The year's best wildlife photos reveal a super-chill monkey, a rare Siberian tiger, and an ant clinging to a beetle's leg

A Siberian tiger hugs a Manchurian fir, rubbing her cheek against bark to leave her scent in Russia's Land of the Leopard National Park. Sergey Gorshkov/Wildlife Photographer of the Year The London Natural History Museum's annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition awards photographers who highlight the fragility of Earth's wildlife. This year, the contest drew over 49,000 entries from photographers in 25 countries. The winning images, announced this week, show a serene probo...
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He's Back !!

  ASSAULT ON ACCESS That's Your Access !! multimillionaires united SLUGGER IS BACK IN TOWN *   -------    .. With more than 300 million dollars in his back pocket, Greg Gianforte the "AT LARGE" Montana representative from sunny San Diego, wants to be our governor. It is our opinion that this carpetbagger believes that folks from Montana are fools and idiots. .. We believe that Gianforte has been trying for years to sell our public lands, (just like Senator Steve...
Tags: Montana, Sport, San Diego, Fishing, Steve Daines, Madison River, Heritage Foundation, Gianforte, Greg Gianforte, Ryan Zinke, Yellowstoner, Hebgen Reservoir, Charles Koch Foundation, Firehole River, Bozeman Montana, Biscuit Basin


Republican lawmaker is symptom-free after attending a concert in Montana that was linked to several coronavirus cases

Rep. Greg Gianforte, R-Mont., walks through the Capitol on Tuesday Oct. 29, 2019. Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images Rep. Greg Gianforte of Montana was at a concert on October 3, which has since been linked to several people testing positive for coronavirus. Gianforte led the pledge of allegiance at the outdoor event and left soon thereafter. Since he is not displaying any symptoms, a COVID-19 test hasn't been recommended, his spokesperson Travis Hall said. The concert was green...
Tags: Politics, Science, News, Montana, Trends, Hall, Governor, Lewis, Capitol, Clark, Helena, Gianforte, Greg Gianforte, Cooney, Bill Clark, Travis Hall


We have all benefitted from human fetal tissue research, including President Trump. Here's how.

Deputy Director at the Vaccine Research Center at the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Barney Graham, speaks with President Donald Trump during a tour of the Viral Parthenogenesis Laboratory at the National Institutes of Health, Tuesday, March 3, 2020, in Bethesda, Maryland. Evan Vucci/Associated Press Fetal tissue has been an important scientific research tool for nearly a century. It has been instrumental in the development of life-saving vaccines and drugs. Today, there is no good alt...
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Malcontents ‘R’ Us! Ammon Bundy Unites Anti-Vaxxers, COVID Truthers, Sovereign Citizens

What do anti-vaxxers, sovereign citizens, Second Amendment die-hards and online edgelords obsessed with “Zionist Banksters” have in common? They’re all volunteers in Ammon Bundy’s nationwide and extremely eclectic COVID-19 protest network, “People’s Rights.” The group is basically a glorified phone tree to funnel “reopen” demonstrators to whichever nearby dog-grooming business, playground or police station is deemed to be infringing on individual liberties through public health measures. But ...
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California-Funded Fake Hunting Group Lies About Bullock’s Anti-2A Record

Fake hunting Group Montana Hunters & Anglers Leadership Fund is spreading lies about Steve Bullock's anti-gun record. IMG NRA U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- Montana gun owners have been subjected to an abundance of lies this election season. Leading the misinformation campaign is fake hunting group Montana Hunters & Anglers Leadership Fund. Bankrolled by a wealthy San Francisco Bay Area political megadonor, the astroturf organization is working to hide U.S. Senate candidate Steve Bullock’s anti-gun r...
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Fred Dean, Hall of Fame Chargers and 49ers pass rusher, dies at 68

SAN FRANCISCO — Fred Dean, the fearsome pass rusher who was a key part of the launch of the San Francisco 49ers’ dynasty, has died. He was 68. His death on Wednesday night was confirmed Thursday by the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Dean was hospitalized last week with the coronavirus and was on a ventilator and in intensive care, according to former teammate Dwight Hicks. Dean was an undersized pass rusher who began his career as a second-round pick with the San Diego Chargers in 19...
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