The Supreme Court reaffirmed on Monday the right of corporations to make independent political expenditures, summarily overturning a 100-year-old Montana state law that barred companies from such political activity
That's the subject of a new novel I'm perusing by author Timothy J. Korzep. Korzep, in his working life, found himself surrounded by fund managers, market strategists, and analysts, spending time in Paris, Milan, London, and Hong Kong
My special guest on the Puffman Show this Tuesday afternoon at 4:35 has definitely been there, done that! He's Art Keller, former CIA operative in the agency, division responsible for tracking black market nuclear weapons
Shane Bishop, National Producer for NBC Dateline is joining me this afternoon (Thursday) at 4:35 on the Puffman Show to fill us in on the special NBC Dateline broadcast scheduled for THIS Sunday evening at 6 on NBC-Helena
It's National Donut Day! No, this fresh-baked holiday is not sponsored by Dunkin' Donuts or Tim Horton's or even Kryspy Kreme. National Donut Day began in 1938 in Chicago. The local Salvation Army needed to raise funds and also wanted
Memorial Day weekend is upon us and I would like to take this opportunity to encourage you all to drive carefully, not only this weekend but ALL the time. I know you hear it all the time...drive carefully, buckle up, etc
The Montana Board of Pardons and Parole denied clemency for Ronald Smith on Monday, saying his death sentence should stand. Of course, the final decision will be made by Montana Governor Schweitzer, the only person allowed to grant clemency
In case you missed that PBS program that I blogged about last week on the Bakken, "Boom! Behind The Bakken", they're repeating it this evening (Monday) at 9 on PBS. I thoroughly enjoyed it last week and will no doubt watch it again tonight
My co-worker Anne James did a great blog this week on National Train Day coming up this Saturday, May 12th. After reading Anne's blog, I decided to put through a call to Marc Magliari out in Chicago. Marc's the media relations manager for Amtrak and he's always a great guest
I was at the Marias Heritage Center last evening (Tuesday) to read some Montana History. We usually read a complete book over the course of 4 to 6 weeks but last evening, for a little change in pace, I read a couple of selections from a presentation entitled "Gold Dust to Dollars"
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