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Posts Tagged ‘Montana’

Obituary: Janice Mae Baumer

Obituary: Janice Mae Baumer

Janice Mae Baumer was born to Harry and Thersa Thurston in Hancock, Wisconsin, on January 11, 1934, the youngest of 7 children – but only by a few minutes to her twin sister Joyce.  Jan earned her degree in Education from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, where she met Mary Ann Baumer who introduced Jan to her older brother Darrell (Beaner to his friends and family). They were married on August 11, 1956 and moved to Madison, Wis. where their first two sons, Jeff and Brian were ... Full Story

Obituary: Jerry Pierre Krutar

Obituary: Jerry Pierre Krutar

  Jerry Pierre Krutar died Tuesday, April 14 at his home in Berthoud, Colorado. He was 62 years old. Jerry is survived by his daughter Meisha (Tom Loder), son Graham, granddaughter Samantha, and by her mother, Jennifer Cusanelli. He is also survived by his brother Jon (Diane) Krutar of Ovando, Montana, his sister Janice (Faye) Pittman of Bend, Oregon, his neice Deanna (Ron) Erkenbrecher, Eric (Merridith) Krutar and their children, Chad Krutar, and by Todd (Jackie) Pittman and their ... Full Story

Government for Sale?

  Unless you have been living in Newt Gingrich’s moon colony, you have heard of SuperPacs spending tens of millions of dollars in the GOP presidential candidate race. The cause of this is the decision by the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) in Citizens United v the Federal Election Commission (FEC)  that corporations are people and money is speech. The effect is that corporations and billionaires are able to spend as much money as they want on adverting to assist the ... Full Story

USA, Land of the Free? Not any more

USA, Land of the Free? Not any more

  Looking at the Patriot Act and the NDAA We, that is We The People, of the United States have lost many of our freedoms and much of our civil liberties in the 20 years since I retired from the military. The attacks of 9/11, which Ron Paul so aptly points out were retaliation for some of our interventionist policies in the latter half of the 20th Century. While changing the way the United States does business would probably solve the terrorist problem, the government has instead used the ... Full Story

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