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The Dishonesty Continues

July 20, 2011

July 19, 2011                                                                      The Dishonesty Continues     I just came from a meeting of the county commissioners wherein they would vote to approve the new proposed Gallatin County Floodplain regulations.  All I can say is:  Ruler’s Law is alive and well in Gallatin County!!      First of all the legal notice requirements were [...]

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April 14, 2011 Dear Commissioners

April 14, 2011

April 14, 2011 Dear Commissioners,      Belgrade News reports, “County Launches Initiative to Spur More Economic Development”.  Really??      After 6 years of abusing everyone possible with your “whims of men” Ruler’s Law?  After destroying the tax base to where you had to try to cheat the law enforcement personnel?  After your unconstitutional and illegal [...]

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Bankrupting the County

January 12, 2011

                                                                       Bankrupting the County      The January 7th issue of Belgrade News had an article about the pay scandal involving law enforcement personnel and the lawsuit they won in district court and how it will be paid.      This article claimed that the estimated cost could be as high as 10 million dollars.  It [...]

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Dear Mr. Lambert, Dec. 27. 2010

December 31, 2010

December 27, 2010 Dear Mr. Lambert      I have read in the papers the news that the commissioners are still intending to try to force their top-down zoning agenda on the citizens of Gallatin Count y.  The Chronicle indicated that you were considering standing idly on the sidelines while the GOMAG group contests the legally [...]

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Ruler’s Law

October 20, 2009

     Just prior to the revolution in 1776 in the writings of Thomas Paine he addressed the issue of greatest concern to people at the time.  Was there enough “pubic virtue” to make republican principles work?  Were Americans ripe for independence?        Paine pointed out that most of the people were “industrious, frugal and [...]

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