Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) offered some good advice to fellow Montana Democrat Steve Bullock, who is complaining about not qualifying for the presidential primary debate due to his zero percent polling. Tester basically told Bullock to put on his big boy pants.
Phew. That was starting to get embarrassing. At least twice on national TV, Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) refused to endorse his fellow Montana Democrat, Gov. Steve Bullock (D-MT), and his presidential run.
Despite President Trump racking up trade victories (US beef to Japan, USMCA), Tester is bailing on the president's tough trade tactics with China. Nonetheless, Tester said he is likely apply for his share of the farm aid pie for the farm he owns in Big Sandy.
They voted present. Ahh yes, the chronicles of climate courage. But let's talk about what really happened here: a senator from the coal state of Montana refused to vote against the Green New Deal in the United States Senate. That's right, Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) once again joined with his fellow Se…
Senator Jon Tester (D-MT) hasn't been much of an advocate for Crow Coal, or the labor union jobs in Colstrip, Montana. That being said, you gotta at least give him credit for laughing at the craziness which is known as the "Green New Deal."
On Thursday morning, politicians, veterans, community and family members crowded into a narrow hallway to rename the Missoula Veterans Affairs Community-Based Outpatient Clinic after the late Sergeant David A. Thatcher.
The government shutdown ended one week ago, and the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee met for the first time on Wednesday to begin hammering out a compromise that will hopefully provide border security and keep the government open.