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Topic - Brian Schweitzer
After a landslide victory in 2008, Barack Obama and his political advisors vowed to not only fundamentally change America, but to lock down their victory by fundamentally changing the politics of the American West.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein said Sunday she laughed when she first heard former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer liken her to a prostitute, but she wasn't surprised by the outspoken Democrat's colorful language.
Former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer said he'd be a better president than Hillary Rodham Clinton, taking shots at the former Secretary of State's ties to Wall Street and votes on the Iraq War.
A group of investors that includes former Gov. Brian Schweitzer filed a $10 million compensation claim in federal court Thursday against a Washington state mining company.
A group of investors that includes former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer is seeking $10 million from a mining company in exchange for access to a huge copper and silver reserve - a move the company's chief executive said Wednesday was "extortion" and included a threat to stir up negative publicity for the project.
Layoffs and buyouts potentially affecting about 100 workers are needed for Montana's largest mining company to re-position itself for future growth after two foreign-expansion ventures were put on hold, the company's chief executive officer said.
Former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer said that his home state does not have a high opinion of Congress, suggesting voters view it in the same light as insect pests.
Former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer said Thursday that he's joined cable news channel MSNBC as a contributor.
Popular former Gov. Brian Schweitzer said Saturday morning that he will not run for Montana's open U.S. Senate seat in 2014, an announcement that complicates Democratic efforts to retain their majority in next year's elections.
The United Auto Workers gave $1 million to President Obama's super PAC and another million to super PACs working to elect Congressional Democrats last month, filings showed Monday. And the union received more than $5 million from its Detroit affiliate, meaning it has millions more to spend before Election Day.
A day spent with Montana's Brian Schweitzer riding four-wheelers and talking politics makes it easy to understand why he's one of the most unusual — and most effective — governors in the country.
Virginia Democrats on Friday made their long-awaited announcement of the keynote speaker for next month's 2012 Jefferson-Jackson dinner, the party's annual Richmond confab that draws everyone from elected officials to the party rank and file.
Crews responsible for cleaning up an oil spill on the Yellowstone River faced difficult conditions Tuesday as the scenic waterway rose above flood stage and raised fears that surging currents will push crude into undamaged areas and back channels that are home to some of the best fish habitat in the world.
A medical marijuana overhaul bill that aims to reduce the number of patients and end pot businesses will become law without the signature of the governor.
During that same interview, he also said House Majority Leader Eric Cantor caused his "gaydar" to go off.
"They just have effeminate mannerisms," Mr. Schweitzer said. "If you were just a regular person, you turned on the TV, and you saw Eric Cantor talking, I would say—and I'm fine with gay people, that's all right—but my gaydar is 60-70 percent."