You go, my state of Montana Representative, Gianforte!

I know that everyone is having a cow about Gianforte. Get over yourselves. We are at WAR with the progressives/commies for our lives, our children’s and grand children’s lives. And that is not fake news.

My husband has studied many forms of Martial Arts and he has told me that there is an old saying ” if you come within “my sphere of control, I have the right to defend myself PERIOD!” Whether it’s a weapon or a recorder. I took a self defense course many years ago and I was taught how to use a book end, magazine (not gun) and a credit card to injure and /or kill some one.

Make no mistake the progressives are out for our blood. I know, I’m too radical. But make a list of all the political people that have died during the past 6-10years. InfoWars is a good place to start.

If I was there, I would have ran into that room with my gun blazing. You betcha. I was a victim of three violent crimes and no one came to my aide, Why? Well I lived in NY. A gun free zone. Since then, this White Hispanic progressive turned into gut totten mamma, will never let anyone take mine or anyone around me screw with My Second Amendment right.

Everyone needs to suck it up cause you progs have woken the sleeping giant. How do you like us now? Oh, Gianforte ran that he will stand up for Montana and he did. Oh and we Montanans
love our beef.

Show Notes 05-19-2016

Thursday Show 05-19-16

News Analysis: Sorry, We Don’t Take Obamacare
Amy Moses and her circle of self-employed small-business owners were supporters of President Obama and the Affordable Care Act. They bought policies on the newly created New York State exchange. But when they called doctors and hospitals in Manhattan to schedule appointments, they were dismayed to be turned away again and again with a common refrain: “We don’t take Obamacare,”
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Scientists Seek To Bring Dead Brains Back To Life
Indian researchers are embarking on a study to try to literally revive the brain dead. A person is both medically and legally dead when the brain stops working, an irreversible condition known as brain death.
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Montana justices shut down immigration law
The en banc Montana Supreme Court struck down a voter-approved provision that denied state services like unemployment benefits and student financial aid to illegal immigrants.
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The Kentucky Resolutions of 1798
Resolved, That the several States composing, the United States of America, are not united on the principle of unlimited submission to their general government; but that, by a compact under the style and title of a Constitution for the United States, and of amendments thereto, they constituted a general government for special purposes,
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Security guard arrested for removing man from womens’ bathroom
A female security guard working at a Washington, D.C. grocery store was arrested Monday afternoon for physically escorting a man out of the women’s restroom after he refused to leave because he identifies as a woman.
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Across America state officials are rebelling against Obama’s transgender bathroom decree
Across America, local and state officials are pushing back very strongly against the Obama administration’s decree concerning transgender use of school bathrooms and locker rooms.
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We need to take our States back!

I just got off the phone with my Montana State Transportation Dept. Why was I calling them? Well, in my state, citizens that use gas for “off road” use are entitled to a refund from the state tax we paid on that gas. My state is primarily an agricultural state so there is a large majority of farms and ranches that use gas for their farm equipment, which never see pavement, among other things that use gas. But the refund is for anyone that uses gas not intended for vehicles that drive on the roads and highways of Montana. (boats, ATV’s, snowmobiles and jet skiis are exempt, I know how stupid is that, they never see pavement either)

I apply for the refund every year because I use gas to run our generator for our electrical use. And since I am not a business or a farm/ranch I never had to submit my gas receipts unless something did not jive and they asked me for them. Until now.

I was told today by the helpful man who handles these refunds that I must submit every gas receipt for the year that I was requesting a refund. Each receipt must have my name and address on it. When I asked him why I had to do that this year and not all the other years I had been requesting a refund, he told me that the federal government ie; the IRS had come to the State of Montana and told the State they were changing the rules surrounding the State gas refund.

The first thing I said to this helpful man was that we need to take our State back from the federal government. He said “I agree one hundred percent”. This from a state employee!! He told me that the IRS was also requiring businesses, farms and ranches fill out IRS forms so that the federal government can tax the gas refund. Yeppers folks, the federal government wants to tax a State refund. It’s a wonderful life huh?

Anyway, I was also told by this helpful man that his boss was so afraid they would loose their job that they told the IRS agent that they would do anything to accommodate the federal government. So what was the response from the IRS agent to this submission? We’ll be back in four months. (Don’t want to loose those federal highway funds, nope nope nope)

How many other sneaky policies are being instituted across this great Republic against the States? How many State bureaucrats are folding like cheap lawn chairs to the will of the federal government?

I keep all of my receipts so this is just going to be an inconvenience for me. But it should be an inconvenience brandished upon me because of my States’ decision, not some pencil pushing federal dope located somewhere in Washington DC. We better wake up people, things are getting dicey.

By Susan F. Bonner

Show Notes 02-22-2014

Sunday show 02-22-15

George Washington
George Washington could trace his family’s presence in North America to his great-grandfather, John Washington, who migrated from England to Virginia. The family held some distinction in England and was granted land by Henry VIII.
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Moody’s downgrades Russia sovereign debt to junk
Moody’s Investors Service downgraded Russia’s sovereign debt to junk status on Friday, citing the crisis in Ukraine and the falling price of oil. Moody’s cut Russia’s rating to Ba1 from Baa3, with a negative outlook.
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Except for Oakland West Coast seaports in full operation
West Coast seaports were back at full operation Sunday, except in Oakland, California, which has seen another work disruption. It’s unclear what prompted the problems in Oakland. Work at the other 28 West Coast ports is back to normal, Pacific Maritime Association spokesman Steve Getzug said.
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DHS circulates report warning of sovereign citizen extremists
While the White House held a Countering Violent Extremism summit this week to talk about “extremist ideologies that radicalize” – not radical Islam in particular but myriad forms of extremism domestic and foreign – CNN reported that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has circulated an intelligence assessment on the “domestic terror threat from right-wing sovereign citizen extremists.
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Montanans fight to last drop over precious water rights
The American West’s history of conflict between Indians and settlers apparently isn’t over, as tribes in Montana are demanding title to water rights and lands that long have been privately
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Susan Rice: ‘Who Better Than a Mother to Spot Unusual Behavior in Her Child and Intervene?’
In a speech at the White House Summit to Counter Violent Extremism, National Security Adviser Susan Rice on Thursday said part of the strategy to combat terrorism is training women – especially mothers – to recognize the signs of recruitment and radicalization in their own families.
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Freedom From Religion Foundation says teacher’s memorial violates First Amendment
A West Virginia middle school took down the crosses from a memorial to a beloved teacher, but is standing firm on the angels etched into the stone, despite an atheist group’s threat to sue on constitutional grounds.
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SF archbishop answers disapproving letter from lawmakers
The archbishop of San Francisco sent a letter to California lawmakers on Thursday asking them to respect his right to hire people who uphold Catholic teachings.
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Show Notes 03/02/2014

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Sunday Show 3/2/14
Iditarod sled dog race kicks off this weekend
The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race across Alaska kicks off this weekend as usual, after warm winter weather nearly prompted officials to move the start hundreds of miles north to Fairbanks for the first time in a decade.
Archbishop’s million-dollar retreat angers New Jersey faithful
Angry parishioners in New Jersey are withholding donations following reports that Newark Archbishop John Myers is building a pricey addition to his lavish retirement home.
Al Sharpton: 14 million wasted on phony IRS scandal
MSNBC’s “PoliticsNation” host Rev. Al Sharpton on Thursday complained that the government wasted $14 million investigating what he called the “phony” IRS scandal, adding that despite over a dozen congressional hearings and hundreds of employees responding to the probe, the investigation “turned up nothing.”

The US Supreme Court shoots down States rights for gun rights
Contending it is “fruitless” to expect that the federal government would rein in its own “lust” for tyranny, the instigator of a years-long conflict with Washington over the Interstate Commerce Clause says the battle is over.
Idaho house panel backs bill allowing guns on campus
A bill to allow students, staff and visitors to carry guns on Idaho’s college campuses passed out of a legislative committee Friday afternoon, despite objections from students, multiple police chiefs and leaders of all eight of the state’s public colleges.
Does staring at screens ruin your eyes?
We’ve all grown up thinking that sitting too close to the television is damaging to our eyes … but that might not be the case.

Show Notes 08/08/2013

Show: Sunday 8/4/13
Special guest; Ernest Lee, founder/facilitator of 1000 Mile March for Liberty.
MT Attorney General denies request for conceal carry info
The Associated Press isn’t giving reasons for requesting the personal information of all conceal carry permit holders in Montana.
Apartment property management’s gun ban overturned by owners
The Washington Times reported on Wednesday that renters at an apartment complex in Douglas County, Colorado were told that they were prohibited from keeping firearms in their apartments by the management company.
Countries without McDonald’s
McDonald’s Corp. is the world’s largest restaurant chain, with 34,480 restaurants in 119 countries.
Slow-Roasted, Milled Crickets Pitched As ‘First Viable Solution’ to Global Food Crisis
A Brooklyn-based start-up company says it is ready to roll out its first batch of commercially produced protein bars made of “exceptionally nutritious” crickets.

Show Notes 07/25/13

Show Notes Thursday 07/25/13
Special guest; Edward Riepe, author of FemaCamp37
$500K to See How Oil Industry Impacts Domestic Violence, Rape in Dakotas, Montana
The National Institute of Justice is planning to spend $500,000 in federal funds to see if the booming oil industry has impacted domestic violence, dating violence, rape, and stalking in North Dakota and South Dakota and Montana.
U.S. military introduces ‘Robo-Warrior’ to Americans
A state-of-the-art humanoid “Robo-Warrior” was introduced to Americans on Thursday in Waltham, Mass., and homeland security, anti-terrorism and warfare will never be the same if the claims of its effectiveness prove true, according to police and military leaders.
GMOs: Researchers debate the safety of genetically modified foods
Seventy percent of items in American grocery stores contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs) – ingredients that have been scientifically engineered in laboratories to enhance certain traits such as insect, disease and water resistance.
A list of 19 children recently arrested for trivial things
More and more children are being arrested for trivial things, here is a list of 19. Apparently the world is changing fast. Things are not going as they should. The following list was compiled by Policing the Police Facebook