More From Paul Montgomery

Party Like a Lacrosse Star By Paul Montgomery
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A neighbor's eye view of the Duke lacrosse scandal including pertinent background on Durham and the prevailing sentiments on display.
Lies By Paul Montgomery
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Poetry about our modern life, including poems related to Montana, New Zealand, and North Carolina.
The Outrider: Collected Columns 2000-2006 By Paul Montgomery
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For Montana lovers only. Paul Montgomery examined the Montana political scene in the early to mid-2000's starting with the campaign web sites of statewide political candidates and moving on to... More > reviews of bills before the Montana legislature. Along the way he began to examine some of the aspects of his own life that he found fascinating. Here you may find: explorations of the Montana Power Company demise, Marc Racicot's ascent/descent in the political realm, Conrad Burns' differing explanations of his relationship with Jack Abramoff, and much more. Paul Montgomery says of future governor Brian Schweitzer, "If the only crime of the information age is being boring, we may all end calling Mr. Schweitzer to post bail." Along the way he finds time to write about his brushes with the Columbine massacre, Jesse Jackson, Susan Egan, Amanda Davis, and many other lesser lights. For those looking to encounter Montana politics and electronic communications in the early part of the 21st century.< Less
Your Healthcare Sucks By Paul Montgomery
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An examination of the current employer-based administration of healthcare benefits in the United States which is often held up as a model of excellence and efficiency that government cannot match. It... More > shows how even the vaunted employer-based system is riddled with flaws as it follows a person through their birth, childhood, adulthood, retirement, and death. Based on the author's own experience with benefits administration and analyzing the regrettable experiences he encountered in his work with healthcare consumers, Your Healthcare Sucks is an accurate indictment of the parlous state of the health benefits of even the best-off employees. It uses incidents from his own life to shed a light on the existence of the folks who provide your benefits administration. Whether you are concerned for your own health, the benefits of loved ones, or seeking to change the system of healthcare administration, this book is going to provide the information to help you secure lasting healthcare now and into the future.< Less