We had a "Savage" caller into our radio show Monday morning who was responding to the news that President Joe Biden was concerned about the cyberattack that shut down a pipeline serving the East Coast.
Over the weekend, Montana Governor Greg Gianforte toured the areas in eastern Montana where the Keystone XL Pipeline would have crossed the state and spoke to business owners, workers and county officials about the cancellation of the pipeline.
It will be the first time in 46 years that a Montana pipeline company has to lay off 40-50 workers. That was the line that stood out to me, after Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) toured Phillips and Valley Counties in Northeastern Montana on Friday. The governor saw firsthand the impacts of President …
Montana's governor got to see the job-killing impacts of President Biden's agenda firsthand. Governor Greg Gianforte toured several areas impacted by Biden's decision to shut down the Keystone XL Pipeline, and the labor union jobs that went with it.
If you back the Keystone XL pipeline being built in Montana, and want to see the project up and running- there's an important meeting coming up in Billings. The U.S. Department of State is holding a public hearing in Billings soon.