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 current Governor 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.
Montana Governor Orders Ban on COVID Vaccine Passports
Breaking News: Montana Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) ordered a ban on COVID-19 "vaccine passport" requirements on Tuesday afternoon. Click here for the full order.
Montana Senator Tester Still Backing Statehood for DC
It would weaken Montana, and strengthen Washington, DC. Senator Tester is still backing statehood for DC, as Congressional Democrats pressed forward this week on a hearing regarding DC statehood.
Former NFL Coach Jeff Fisher Interested in MSU Bobcat Coaching Job [BREAKING]
Former NFL Coach Jeff Fisher says he is definitely interested in the Montana State University Bobcats head coaching position. We spoke with Fisher on Thursday's "Montana Talks" statewide radio show, in an exclusive interview with host Aaron Flint.
Montana Veteran Describes Scene at US Capitol
You've likely seen the photos, you've seen the videos, you've seen and heard the media reports, and you've probably heard all sorts of theories floating around on social media. We were able to talk to Montanans who were actually there.
A Cat Cafe in Bozeman? Yes, That Kind of Cat
I just assumed- of course there's a cat cafe in Bozeman. There's a cat EVERYTHING in Bozeman, because they are the home of the Cats, the MSU Bobcats. Nope, this is an actual cafe with actual cats chilling out in the cafe.
Montana Sees Nearly 4% Decrease in K-8 Public School Enrollment
Enrollment in Montana's K-8 public schools is down nearly 4% this Fall, according to numbers released by the state's Superintendent of Public Instruction. Homeschool numbers, meanwhile, are up by almost 63%.
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.
Historic Heart-Shaped Brand Up for Auction in Montana
Check out this cattle brand that is coming up for auction later this month. It is a heart-shaped cattle brand that has been in one family all the way back since it was first registered in 1873. The brand was first registered to O.C. Whitney of Ennis, Montana on February 10, 1873.
Faith, Hope & Freedom in Bridger Canyon
All you can see that was left of the home was the fireplace, the foundation, and a flag pole with a burned, tattered flag still waving in the wind. In the next photo, a brand new American flag delivered by Gallatin County Sheriff's deputies
“406 Back the Blue” Signs Now Available in Montana
Now you have a great way to show your support for law enforcement in a very visible way. "406 Back the Blue" signs are now being offered up in Missoula, Helena, and Butte, according to the Mason Moore Foundation:
Monumental Destruction: Time for Lewis & Clark to Go Too?
"Should we abandon all references to Lewis and Clark here in Great Falls because they were slave owners? How many statues depicting the Corps of Discovery are you willing to deface and tear down in your mission to erase history and cleanse it of it’s uncomfortable and even brutal realities."
Trump: Montana to Start Lifting Restrictions Friday
President Trump put even more pressure on Bullock over the weekend, as he announced that Montana would begin lifting restrictions as soon as Friday. Governor Bullock is still dragging his feet, and without a plan.