If you were willing to file a lawsuit to find out which Billings police officers had sex on the job (or on city property), why not file a lawsuit to find out why $3 million in state settlements have been paid out by state government?
What do you think? Does Netflix need to pay up? I took the poll shortly before noon on Thursday and nearly 65% of those who answered the question, over 13,000 people, seemed to agree with me: Netflix needs to compensate Glasgow, Montana photographer Sean Heavey.
General Michael Flynn had to cancel a rally in Billings, Montana over the weekend due to a family emergency. For those hoping to hear what he had to say- make sure you tune in Tuesday morning, as General Flynn joins us on "Montana Talks" with Aaron Flint for an exclusive interview.
A Montana-trained horse named after the Jamaican Olympic athlete who stopped a live TV interview so he could honor the American national anthem. That's two reasons I will be rooting for Bolt d'Oro at Saturday's Kentucky Derby.
How soon can we we welcome a visit by President Trump back to the Big Sky state? That's the question I threw at Marc Short, who called in to Tuesday's Montana Talks radio show from the White House. He told me this:
Let's be very clear: Jon Tester is the one who jumped on national TV and made these allegations against Navy Admiral Ronny Jackson on national television. Now, President Donald Trump is calling for Tester to resign.