Podcasts

In Defense Of The Constitution With Rob Natelson

What does the new reversal of the “Waters of the U.S.” rule mean for non-navigable waters? Are new federal regulations making our private property less private? What about our Second Amendment rights when considering recent public safety concerns and mass shootings? Click the podcast to hear Senior Fellow of Constitutional

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Talking Track & Field With NAIA Decathlon Champion Lee Walburn

Carroll College freshman and Whitefish native Lee Walburn is now a national champion. Two weeks ago, Walburn won the decathlon title at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics national track and field championships in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Click the podcast to hear him recount his experiences during the championship, how

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Getting Deep In The Montana Weeds

What’s up with Noxious Weed Awareness Week in Montana? Recently proclaimed by the governor, the first week of June is now devoted to educating Montanans about the different noxious weeds across the state and the economic and environmental threats they pose. The Montana Weed Control Association‘s Executive Director Becky Kington,

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Government Lawsuits And Nurses On Strike

With so many lawsuits across state and federal government these days, we get a word from the Department of Justice. Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen updates us on the growing coalition for his Keystone XL Pipeline lawsuit, the reaction of his legal opinion on critical race theory, the Missing and

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Scammers Storming Through Montana Homes And Wallets

Summer is here, but so are the thunderstorms and other natural disasters. Unfortunately when these occur, there are groups and individuals looking to take advantage of the trusting people who have been impacted by them. Click the podcast to hear AARP Montana President Alex Ward and Marcus Meyer with the

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PSC Hit By Audit & Tracking Nuclear In Montana

Wyoming has taken the leap, and Montana is at least stepping forward on the pathway to nuclear energy. Where will it lead? Listen to the podcast as State Representative, and Public Service Commission candidate Derek Skees discusses moves by the legislature to explore the potential of nuclear power shoring up

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Microplastics In Yellowstone Lake And What Can Be Done

Microplastics have invaded one of the most pristine watersheds in the country – Yellowstone Lake. Where do they come from? What kind of danger do they present? Click on the podcast to hear research co-authors, Yellowstone National Park Senior Fisheries Biologist Dr. Todd Koel, and Montana State University PhD candidate

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