Voices of Montana


Budget, Taxes, Bears

The title says it all – click on the podcast to hear an update from Congressman Rosendale on the budget, State Senator Brad Molnar and Bozeman attorney Matthew Monforton on their property tax lawsuit filed against the state, and State […]

ESG and the Montana Economy

ESG, or Environmental, Social and Governance standards are policies that companies and organizations consider in the operation of their business. But global investment firms can use investor money and ESG policies to manipulate markets and discriminate against industry. Click on […]

Budget Impasse and Why It Matters

Montana Eastern District Congressman Matt Rosendale counts himself among a handful of Republicans who will hold a firm line on Washington’s overspending. He and his colleagues in the House of Representatives are behind a looking glass this week with all […]

Garden Giants Grown Here

What’s it take to grow a garden giant? Joe Nigro has a few tips, and maybe even a few seeds for you. Click on the podcast to hear Joe discuss his efforts this summer to try and break the state […]

Time to Put Social Security on the Plate

American’s have been raising questions about the strength of their Social Security system. Is it going broke? Will there be benefit reductions? How much will it cost to fix it? How do we best make our benefits work for retirement? […]

Legislature Mulls Over Tax Debate

There’s been a great amount of discussion over Montana’s rising home values and the burden of higher property taxes. Some have looked back critically at the 2023 Montana Legislature for not doing more on the issue. Click on the podcast […]

Energy and Dinosaurs!

The President has cancelled oil and gas leases in Alaska. What was the reason behind these cancellations? Ryan Ullman, who grew up in Montana, is the Vice President of the Independent Petroleum Association of America and will join us to […]

Governor Greg Gianforte on Education

Montana Governor Greg Gianforte was in-studio to talk about education, and how teacher licensing reforms and other education policies are helping students, schools, and parents. We’ll also touched briefly about the rising property values and asked if the state will […]