I host Montana's leading statewide radio talk show "Montana Talks." Aside from serving in Iraq and Afghanistan with the military, I also spent over two decades working in Montana politics and broadcasting. This included a stint as the State Director for Ryan Zinke’s Congressional offices in Montana, and as communications director for the gubernatorial campaign of now-Congressman Greg Gianforte. Prior to that, I grew a statewide radio show in Montana from 10 signals to more than 20 across the state. My work has been featured nationally by Fox Business, The Drudge Report, Huffington Post, Politico, and others. As an officer in the Army National Guard, I served four military tours overseas including time in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Horn of Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula. I enjoy combining my real-world background and Montana roots, to hopefully give listeners a side of the story they don't get to hear anywhere else.
POLL RESULTS: Will You Follow Thanksgiving Restrictions?
According to the informal poll on our website, 5% said yes- you will comply. 4% of you said that you will comply with SOME of the restrictions. Meanwhile, 91% of you said that you will not comply.
Heart-Shaped Cattle Brand Sells for $36K in Joliet, Montana
That historic heart-shaped cattle brand that we told you about back on November 5th sold over the weekend for $36,000 in Joliet, Montana. Absarokee auctioneer Rick Young tells us it was an awesome auction.
Cruz Says Montana Voters Can Determine Senate Control
"Montana very much has the eyes of the country on it." That's how Texas Senator Ted Cruz (R) opened up his remarks alongside Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) in Montana on Thursday morning.
Can Montana Voters Change Their Vote if Already Mailed In?
Here's a question I received a couple of times already concerning mail-in elections here in Montana. What if someone voted early, but later decided that they wanted to change their vote? Could they go into the election office and get a new ballot and change their vote?
New Effort to Help with MMIP Cases Launched in Montana
A new effort to help locate and identify missing and murdered indigenous persons is now being launched in Montana. A live virtual concert is also set for Saturday, November 7th to mark the launch of the Missing Indigenous Persons reporting portal.
Bullock Got VERY Defensive, Very Fast…The Question is Why
The National Republican Senatorial Committee's Nathan Brand says he normally doesn't share ads from Democrats, "but this is really something..."
MSU Speaker Says Venezuelan Style Downfall Could Happen in U.S.
A Venezuelan style downfall could happen in the United States of America if we follow down the path of socialism. That was the message of a young man named Jorge Galicia, a Christian, lawyer, and freedom fighter from Venezuela who sought asylum in the US.
“Montana Talks” Podcast: They Won’t Stop After the Election
Former CIA operations officer Sam Faddis says Biden will lose, and possibly lose big, but that the radical Left will not stop their attacks because they never cared about the electoral process and elections in the first place.
Billings Levy Vote Sends Big Message for 2020 Elections
This vote is symbolic of the broader voter sentiment as we head into the 2020 elections this October and November. This vote is yet another sign that Montanans and Americans are sick and tired of the violent rioting, looting, and despicable attacks on law enforcement.
Montana’s US Attorney: COVID Restrictions Driving Increase in Violent Crime
Violent crime is on the rise, and not just in America's major cities. We've seen the violent rioting and looting spread to the suburbs in places like Kenosha, Wisconsin. Montana is also seeing an increase in violent crime, according to Montana's US Attorney Kurt Alme.