Holzer – Tenth Amendment advice to my Republican, Conservative, and Libertarian friends

The Tenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America provides in unambiguous language that “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States … Continue reading

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Granite County – Open Meetings

Escorted! Per the Philipsburg Mail headline, July 9, 2014, Dick Motta was “escorted” from the Granite County Commissioners meeting. The meeting was scheduled to discuss the breach of the Flint Creek Hydroelectric Generating Contract. The contract has been breached for … Continue reading

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S.D. Republicans reach to impeach

Glad some state GOP had the guts to include this in their platform

S.D. Republicans reach to impeach
http://www.argusleader.com/story/news/politics/2014/06/24/sd-republicans-reach-impeach/11299361/

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Disarm the Police

  Did the Kalispell City Council approve of the acquisition of the MRAP by the Police Department? More of an indication that the People are no long Sovereign and that our elected officials don’t represent us. Disarm the police and … Continue reading

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Granite County Permanent Mill Levy

    On May 20, 2014, on the advice of the County Attorney, Chris Miller, the Granite County Commissioners appointed three Trustees to the Medical Center Board (GCMC) by “acclamation”. Per MCA 13-1-104, the GCMC is required to hold annual … Continue reading

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Vote to “Take Back America”

Obama lied about Obamacare. “If you like your policy, you can keep it”. Pelosi said “We have to pass this plan, so we’ll know what’s in it”. Reid and all the Democratsvoted for Obamacare. The Compromise Party, led by McConnell and Boehner, received … Continue reading

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THE TWO AMERICAN SYSTEMS = THE CONSTITUTION vs THE UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE

In this essay, I hope to shed light on a couple of the missing pieces to the puzzle of a pivotal moment in American history. Perhaps the reader will take away a bigger picture and begin to consider how what … Continue reading

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Granite County Medical Center – Elections

At the May 6, 2014 meeting of the Granite County Commissioners, County Attorney Miller discussed legal issues effecting the County. The primary subject was the deteriorating patient utilization of the GC Medical Center and it’s corresponding economic effects. The other … Continue reading

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Granite County Asset Accountability

The Granite County Commissioners and County Attorney have not responded to my memo concerning ownership of the Flint Creek Hydroelectric Plant. Since both parties were at the meeting, I again asked why the “development costs” for the Hydroelectric Plant had … Continue reading

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CSK Tribe Water Compact – Legislative Meeting 05/13/14

The Legislature conducted hearings, May 13, 2014, on re-opening negotiations with the CSK Tribe over the Water Compact. Governor Bullock urged the Legislative Water Policy Interim Committee to reopen legal perspectives on tribal off-reservation water rights. Numerous protesters challenged the … Continue reading

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