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When I started this blog as Intelligent Discontent back in 2005, it was little more than a hobby that let me vent some of my frustrations about the Bush Administration, but over the past thirteen years, it has evolved into a site that covers breaking news, offers in-depth analysis of Montana politics, and provides a platform for calls to action. That growth, which has seen us on pace for 800 posts this year, has come with costs, from the server that hosts our work to the software that lets us send those posts to your inboxes the moment we write them. 

In just the past week, we broke stories about Secretary of State Stapleton trying to expand the power of his office, Matt Rosendale using private e-mail to conduct business as Senate Majority Leader, and the battle over the Democratic Party platform. The Montana Post was the only one to cover these three stories, and your support will help us continue our coverage and analysis.

None of us are doing this to make money, but we'd appreciate your support to help us keep the site running and expand its scope, bring on new voices, and continue our work.

If you appreciate an independent voice holding Montana politicians accountable and informing voters and can throw a few dollars a month our way, we'd certainly appreciate it.
When I started this blog as Intelligent Discontent back in 2005, it was little more than a hobby that let me vent some of my frustrations about the Bush Administration, but over the past thirteen years, it has evolved into a site that covers breaking news, offers in-depth analysis of Montana politics, and provides a platform for calls to action. That growth, which has seen us on pace for 800 posts this year, has come with costs, from the server that hosts our work to the software that lets us send those posts to your inboxes the moment we write them. 

In just the past week, we broke stories about Secretary of State Stapleton trying to expand the power of his office, Matt Rosendale using private e-mail to conduct business as Senate Majority Leader, and the battle over the Democratic Party platform. The Montana Post was the only one to cover these three stories, and your support will help us continue our coverage and analysis.

None of us are doing this to make money, but we'd appreciate your support to help us keep the site running and expand its scope, bring on new voices, and continue our work.

If you appreciate an independent voice holding Montana politicians accountable and informing voters and can throw a few dollars a month our way, we'd certainly appreciate it.

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