Voices of Montana Upcoming Show Calendar

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VOICES OF MONTANA SHOW CALENDAR:


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  • Robert Brown-Political & Constitutional Scholar
    Robert Brown-Political & Constitutional Scholar
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.03
    B1392, Scunthorpe DN17, UK
    Robert BrownIs the Constitution outdated?This question comes from a misunderstanding of the Constitution. In Federalist 45, James Madison tells us the powers given to the Federal Government are few and defined.These powers were primarily to deal with foreign relations, such as war, peace, and trade. The states were left to deal with internal matters that affect the lives of the people directly.  This allows the states to change with the times and the needs of the people.  This also places the majority of government power closest to the people, where the people’s voice has the most influence.The problem is, the federal government has taken over many of the powers that were meant to be left to the states.  The solution is not to change the constitution, but to restore the constitutional balance of powers.  This will happen, when we understand and demand adherence to the Constitution.Robert Brown
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  • Mark Wicks -- Montana Libertarian Candidate for Congress
    Mark Wicks -- Montana Libertarian Candidate for Congress
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.04
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    Montana's Libertarian Party picked Mark Wicks to be its candidate in the May 25 special election, finalizing the slate to fill the state's vacant congressional seat.
    The 46-year-old cattle rancher and writer from Inverness will be up against Democrat Rob Quist, a political newcomer, and Republican Greg Gianforte, who unsuccessfully ran for governor last fall.
    The Libertarian Party selected Wicks during a nominating convention in Helena attended by about three dozen people.
     
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  • Dr Andy David--Israel Consul General To The Northwest
    Dr Andy David--Israel Consul General To The Northwest
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.05
    Israel FlagDr Andy David will be meeting with Montana's Congressional Candidates.But we have him on first.
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  • Bill Whitsitt With The Greater Montana Foundation--Media Credibility and Factoids.
    Bill Whitsitt With The Greater Montana Foundation--Media Credibility and Factoids.
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.06
    Bill_Whitsett_Photo__resized__Aug_20091-223x300Bill Whitsitt and I speak on the media and what ever happened to honesty in journalism.
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  • Montana Legislative Report From The Capital
    Montana Legislative Report From The Capital
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.07
    mt legislatureJoin us for information at the Legislature.
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  • Koreen Harrington-State Licensed and Nationally Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist
    Koreen Harrington-State Licensed and Nationally Board Certified Hearing Instrument Specialist
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.10
    Heaing AideHow is your hearing? When should you start considering hearing aids? Learn all about hearing with a real professional.Coreen Harrington from Laurel Hearing Aide joins us.
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  • National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week--Emergency Dispatchers in Montana
    National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week--Emergency Dispatchers in Montana
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.11
    dispatchersHelp us celebrate the emergency dispatchers in Montana. They deal with stressful and complicated emergency calls on a daily basis.
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  • Roger Koopman-Montana Public Service Commision
    Roger Koopman-Montana Public Service Commision
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.12
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    Roger is an avid outdoorsman, with bass and trout fishing, big game hunting, handloading, hiking, camping, photography and rock hounding among his favorite pursuits. He has also enjoyed playing a number of roles in community theater, is (he says) a credible singer, and makes largely unsubstantiated claims to being a “great cook.” His “Koopman’s Constitutional Chili” did win a blue ribbon once. He is happy to give the recipe to anyone who dares try it.Roger’s statement on serving as a Montana Public Service Commissioner:"Serving as a PSC commissioner is a great honor and an awesome responsibility. This is an especially exciting time to be joining the commission, partly because of the critical issues we have before us, and partly because the make-up of the new commission is so strongly represented by small business people and entrepreneurs who by nature, are used to being visionary and pro-active. What the people of Montana will likely see is a Public Service Commission that truly gets down to business, is less political and more professional. A commission that is not afraid to ask tough questions, navigate new directions and test fresh ideas. A commission that will be highly aggressive in defending the best interests of Montana ratepayers, which in turn will strengthen our economy and improve our state's future for everyone. That's the essential mission we have before us on the PSC, and we have a wonderful blend of skills and experience among the commissioners and the PSC staff, that I believe are very much up to the task!"
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  • Legislative Report With The Minority Party
    Legislative Report With The Minority Party
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.13
    20170108_201832We will be talking to several Democrats live from the Capital.
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  • Montana Legislative Report Live from The Capital
    Montana Legislative Report Live from The Capital
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.14
    Montana-State-Flag_Montana-Rehab-Centers-and-Support-GroupsWe talk to the republican party live from the state capital.
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  • Ken Miller-Former Chairman Of The Montana Republican Party and Former Nominee For US House
    Ken Miller-Former Chairman Of The Montana Republican Party and Former Nominee For US House
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.17
    Ken MillerKen Miller gives us insight in the race for the open Congressional seat and how he has become a successful business owner in the state of Montana.
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  • Open Phones--1-866-627-5483
    Open Phones--1-866-627-5483
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.18
    Montana capitalWe want to talk to you, You pick the topic. 1-866-627-5483.
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  • Jessica Sena Guest Hosting: Sen. Albert Olszewski, 2018 U.S. Senate Candidate
    Jessica Sena Guest Hosting: Sen. Albert Olszewski, 2018 U.S. Senate Candidate
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.19
    Jessica Sena visits with Senator Al Olszewski (R-Kalispell) about the 2017 legislative session and his attempt to unseat Senator Jon Tester in the 2018 election.
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  • University of Montana President--Sheila Stearns
    University of Montana President--Sheila Stearns
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.20
    UM CampusNewly appointed, University of Montana President Sheila Stearns will be speaking on the UM Health and Medicine Initiative and numerous other subjects related to the University and the State of Montana on Voices of Montana.
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  • Commissioner of Securities and Insurance--Matt Rosendale
    Commissioner of Securities and Insurance--Matt Rosendale
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.21
    Matt Rosendale is running for Montana State Auditor.
    Matthew M. Rosendale was elected Commissioner of Securities and Insurance, Montana State Auditor in 2016. Matt puts the people of Montana first by serving as a watchdog and protecting Montana’s securities and insurance consumers. He is committed to putting Montanans back in charge of their own health care by increasing choices, removing hurdles that increase premiums, improving access to health care, and removing government from between patients and their doctors. As a member of the State Land Board, Matt is also one of five Montana elected officials responsible for the management of more than 5 million acres of state trust lands.
    Commissioner Matt M. Rosendale


    Matt has called Montana home for a long time and established deep roots in the community. He and his family chose to live in Montana because Big Sky Country represents the values he and his family hold dear: God, liberty, and an individual’s right to rule himself or herself without the pressing hand of an intrusive government. Those basic and fundamental beliefs pushed Matt to run for public office, and he served in the state legislature representing Northeastern Montana for six years prior to his election as auditor. During Matt’s service in the legislature, he demonstrated a strong ability to work with elected officials from both parties to cut unnecessary spending and protect Montanans’ constitutional rights.Before running for public office, Matt worked in real estate, real estate development, and land management where he built his small family business into a full-service firm. With his extensive background in managing various types of land, Matt brings unique skills and experience to the State Land Board, which generates millions of dollars to fund the Treasure State’s K-12 public education system through natural resource development and land management.Matt and his wife Jean have been married for over 30 years. They own and operate their ranch north of Glendive where they raised their three sons. When Matt is not serving the people of Montana in Helena, you can find him fixing fence or hunting along the river bottom.
    Matthew M. Rosendale was elected Commissioner of Securities and Insurance, Montana State Auditor in 2016. Matt puts the people of Montana first by serving as a watchdog and protecting Montana’s securities and insurance consumers. He is committed to putting Montanans back in charge of their own health care by increasing choices, removing hurdles that increase premiums, improving access to health care, and removing government from between patients and their doctors. As a member of the State Land Board, Matt is also one of five Montana elected officials responsible for the management of more than 5 million acres of state trust lands.
    Commissioner Matt M. Rosendale


    Matt has called Montana home for a long time and established deep roots in the community. He and his family chose to live in Montana because Big Sky Country represents the values he and his family hold dear: God, liberty, and an individual’s right to rule himself or herself without the pressing hand of an intrusive government. Those basic and fundamental beliefs pushed Matt to run for public office, and he served in the state legislature representing Northeastern Montana for six years prior to his election as auditor. During Matt’s service in the legislature, he demonstrated a strong ability to work with elected officials from both parties to cut unnecessary spending and protect Montanans’ constitutional rights.Before running for public office, Matt worked in real estate, real estate development, and land management where he built his small family business into a full-service firm. With his extensive background in managing various types of land, Matt brings unique skills and experience to the State Land Board, which generates millions of dollars to fund the Treasure State’s K-12 public education system through natural resource development and land management.Matt and his wife Jean have been married for over 30 years. They own and operate their ranch north of Glendive where they raised their three sons. When Matt is not serving the people of Montana in Helena, you can find him fixing fence or hunting along the river bottom.
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  • Max Richtman--President & CEO -- National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare
    Max Richtman--President & CEO -- National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.24
    US CapitalMax Richman will call and give us their concerns and what they feel will be the implications if the Trump administration comes after Medicare and Medicaid while reforming the tax code.
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  • Rocky Erickson Live From Israel & Then Robert O'Neill--Navy Seal Who Shot Osama Bin Laden
    Rocky Erickson Live From Israel & Then Robert O'Neill--Navy Seal Who Shot Osama Bin Laden
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.25
    35 Foxhills Rd, Scunthorpe DN15 8LH, UK
    oneill 1The first 20-minutes will have Rocky reporting live from the Holy Land.Robert O’Neill was born and raised in Butte, Montana, and lived there for nineteen years until he joined the Navy in 1996. Deploying as a SEAL more than a dozen times, O’Neill participated in more than four hundred combat missions across four different theaters of war. During his remarkable career, he was decorated more than fifty-two times. Among the honors he received were two Silver Stars, four Bronze Stars with Valor, a Joint Service Commendation Medal with Valor, three Presidential Unit Citations, and a Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medal with Valor.Robert O’Neill helped cofound Your Grateful Nation, an organization committed to transitioning Special Operations veterans into their next successful career.  You can find him at robertjoneill.com.
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  • Jessica Sena hosting: Tammy Johnson, Executive Director of the Montana Mining Association
    Jessica Sena hosting: Tammy Johnson, Executive Director of the Montana Mining Association
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.26
    Tammy will provide an update on mining in Montana, including the positions of both U.S. House candidates on various mining projects. Also up for discussion will be legislative proposals to impact mining.
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  • Jessica Sena Hosting: Matt Kuntz, executive director of National Alliance on Mental Illness, Montana (NAMI Montana)
    Jessica Sena Hosting: Matt Kuntz, executive director of National Alliance on Mental Illness, Montana (NAMI Montana)
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.27
    Matt will discuss Montana's suicide epidemic, along with legislative attempts to address suicide prevention.Did you know? Montana has ranked in the top 5 for suicide for nearly four decades! Matt will share tips on what to look for, along with resources on where to turn for help.
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  • Legislative Report Live From The Montana Capitol
    Legislative Report Live From The Montana Capitol
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    2017.04.28
    20170108_201832Montana legislators will be calling in throughout the show.
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