Voices of Montana Upcoming Show Calendar

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  • Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte & Legislators Eric Moore (R) Miles City & Senator Jeff Welborn (R) Dillon
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    20170108_201832Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte joins us to discuss immigration reform plus he's taking your texts and calls.Also Montana Legislators Moore and Welborn
  • Montana State Auditor Matt Rosendale, & State Senator Albert Olszewski
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    matt rosendaleMontana lawmaker Al Olszewski and state insurance commissioner Matt Rosendale are going after a generally hidden part of the health care system, with new regulations aimed at bringing down prescription drug costs. Companies in the drug supply chain, and the state’s biggest health insurance companies areIn recent years, State Insurance Commissioner Matt Rosendale has tried to change how individuals called pharmacy benefit managers, or PBMs, operate in the state.According to Montana officials, PBMs negotiate deals between drug manufacturers and insurance companies and government health plans that supply them to patients. Those deals are often incredibly difficult to navigate and almost impossible for the consumer to follow or understand.Mr. Rosendale will be taking your calls and texts.
  • President of the Montana State Senate Scott Sales (R) Bozeman & Senator Dan Salomon (R) Ronan
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    20190113_171332 (1)Scott Sales and Dan Salomon give us their take on the 66th Legislative session. 
  • Representatives Tom Welch, Dillon, Butch Gillespie, Ethridge, David Bedey, Hamilton & Llew Jones of Conrad Montana
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    20190113_171332 (1)We are looking forward to your calls, texts and emails.866-627-5483 is your hot line!
  • United States Congressman Greg Gianforte & His Response On The "State Of The Union Speech"
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    declaration of IndependanceThe Congressman joins us for an update from the United States Congress and his feelings on the State of the Union speech by President Donald Trump.
  • Voices of Montana Broadcasting Live From Glendive & The 44th Glendive Agri-Trade Exposition
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    Ag PicGlendive Agri-Trade Exposition
    February 8-9, 2019 at the E.P.E.C.Montana farms, ranches and ag related businesses are experiencing both unparalleled successes and challenges. The GATE tradeshow offers a 40 year history of showcasing vendors and being a great place for people to network, learn about new products and spend time with their neighbors.Vendors are coming from every sector of the agriculture industry and from multiple states and Canada. This will prove to one of the best years yet. Free seminars will now be held both Friday and Saturday.
  • Denise Johnson - Council Member With The Montana Child Protection Alliance
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    20170108_201832With the legislature now in session, Denise offers up some information on what bills the MCPA favors.
  • Tom Calvin Author Of Wild Bill: The True Story Of The Frontiers First Gunslinger, WILD BILL HICKOK
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
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    His name was Jim, but James Butler Hickok became WILD BILL. He was an icon, a superstar, more famous in his day than the President. Wild Bill Hickok was an American frontier legend.
    Tom Clavin, author of the #1 NY Times bestseller Dodge City, returns to the Wild West with WILD BILL: The True Story of the American Frontier’s First Gunslinger. WILD BILL is dramatic, thoroughly researched and completely entertaining. 
    Hickok’s was a gunslinger, a “shootist” - the American frontier’s first and most famous. His reputation and fame were both a blessing and a curse. While he “never killed a man who didn't need killing,” many of the men he sent to Boot Hill had come to shoot him simply to gain a reputation of their own.
    Before he earned the moniker WILD BILL, Jim Hickok was just another young man looking for adventure. He was a successful Union spy, working behind enemy lines. He was a scout, mule team driver and sharpshooter.  But his life changed in 1865 when the first ever recorded quick-draw duel left former friend Davis Tutt dead on the street.
    An 1867 article in New Harper’s Monthly Magazine introduced the world to Wild Bill and gave him a reputation he spent his life living up to.  He looked and dressed the part: tall, thin, handsome, fearless, generous, and a wizard with his matched Colt pistols. Men feared him; women loved him. (And to add to his appeal with the latter, he bathed every day, a true anomaly in the Old West.)
    Hickok became a U.S. Marshall, imposing law and order on several lawless Western towns. He gambled, worked, and socialized with the likes of General George Armstrong Custer, Buffalo Bill Cody, John Wesley Hardin, and Frank and Jesse James.
    The women in Hickok’s life were as remarkable as the men. Though usually linked with Calamity Jane, the real love of his life was Agnes Lake, the first American woman to own a circus. Lake is an unsung legend herself, and Clavin hopes to change that.
    Wild Bill’s death was as dramatic as his life. He was shot from behind holding aces and eights, forever after known as the Dead Man’s Hand.
    You are scheduled with Tom Clavin (WILD BILL) on 2/12/19 @ 9:00amMT for 60 minutes. I’ll have the book shipped to you tomorrow and will reconfirm with phones, sites and related information two business days before the interview.
  • Montana Legislative Report With Legislators-Wendy McKamey, Ross Fitzgerald, Brian Hoven & Ed Buttrey
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    20170108_201832We talk weekly to many Legislators and this week is no different. Join us Wednesday for the very latest from your Montana lawmakers. 
  • Whats New With Country of Origin Labeling & Cell Cultured Meat Plus US Congressman Greg Gianforte
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    Amy FlagWe get the latest on COOL from the Montana Farmers Union plus, we talk to Congressman Gianforte for a rundown of the week in DC.This should be an interesting discussion with debate on the Border Wall and the large division between Republicans and Democrats in Washington.
  • Kori Anderson-Director of Communications, Montana Livestock Association & Senate Bill 206 the "Country of Origin Labeling Or The (COOL) Bill
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    VOMAccording to the Montana Livestock Association's Kori Anderson "While it is being called a COOL bill, it actually doesn’t accomplish COOL. There are some pretty big flaws with the legislation as proposed and we would love to be able to chat about it on the show"www.mtbeef.orgAlso, Former Billings TV news anchor and current Author, Gus Koernig has a new book out!
  • Americans For Prosperity Foundation Presents, Fredrick Douglas At The State Capitol
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    20170108_201832As part of African-American history month, the Americans For Prosperity Foundation will host a one-man show that brings to life the works and writings of Fredrick Douglas. He will be performing at the Capitol Rotunda, Montana State Capitol, Thursday, February 21st at 5:30 pm.Voices of Montana will be interviewing Fred Morsell who brings to life Mr Fredrick Douglas and also Henry Kriegel joins as spokesperson for the  Americans for Prosperity.
  • Update On Veterans Bills From The Legislature (Plus) The Montana Stockgrowers Association Speaking On Grizzlies & Wolves
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    20170108_201832Brad Molnar, Troy Downing plus a representative with "Wounded Warriors" join us to talk veteran issues plus an update from the Montana Livestock Association.
  • The Cavalry Group-"Protecting Your Rights To Own Animals From Attacks By Animal Rights Extremists''
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM

    Animal owners and animal related businesses are under attack by those who seek to eliminate animal ownership and eliminate animal enterprise in America.

    Powerful, organized interests are using bully tactics or the force of government to push their radical animal rights agenda on law abiding animal owners and animal related businesses.

    Since 2012, The Cavalry Group has been advocating for animal owners and animal related businesses in addition to providing 24/7 access to legal defense to protect the Constitutional and private property rights of law abiding animal owners, animal related businesses, outdoor sportsmen, and animal agriculture interests nationwide against the onslaught of unwarranted search and seizure of their farm or animal enterprise.

  • The Montana "Law Makers" Report With Legislators, Wendy McKamey, Mike Hopkins, Nancy Balance & Joe Dooling
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    flag 2We will have 4-legislators join us.When we get confirmation of guests very soon, we will add to this page.
  • Montana Department of Revenue & Max Richtman-President & CEO National Committee To Preserve Social Security & Medicare
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    20190113_171332 (1)We get the most up to date information on your state tax returns from Sanjay Telwani from the Montana  Department of Revenue and then, we dive into why prescription drugs are so expensive.Max Richtman is President and CEO of theNational Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare(NCPSSM),
  • Why Are American Consumers Still Paying The Bill For "Research & Development" For Prescription Drugs?
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    PillsPhil Kerpen—president of American Commitment—talks on why foreign price controls force Americans to pay the highest prescription drug prices in the world, and why we need to break these price controls in trade negotiations!According to Kerpin, Americans are justifiably angry that we pay the highest prescription drugs prices in the world – anger President Trump tapped into on the campaign trail.  The disparity exists because other rich countries use price control schemes, forcing American consumers to provide the returns on capital that justify the enormous research and development costs associated with bringing new cures to market;  the rest of the world free-rides on our innovation.The good news is that the Trump administration has been aggressive on the trade front in efforts to break foreign price control regimes; the bad news is that the Trump administration is also proposing to actually import foreign price control regimes into the Medicare program by adopting a payment formula that is pegged to foreign prices.In its recent report "The Opportunity Costs of Socialism," the White House Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) looked at "the impact on medical innovation of the U.S. adopting European-style price controls" and found: "If M4A would entail the same experience with below-market prices as other countries with socialized medicine, it would reduce the world market size and thereby medical innovation, and ultimately mean that future patients would forgo the health gains that would have come from these forgone innovations."It is remarkable that, just days later, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar proposed setting prices for drugs in the Medicare Part B program, which are doctor-administered drugs, with a formula based on foreign price controls.That would directly undercut the efforts of the U.S. Trade Representative to combat foreign price controls.  A recent study by the Committee to Unleash Prosperity found that eliminating price controls in OECD countries would result in eight to 13 more drugs coming to market every year by 2030 and raise life expectancy in the United States by 1.1 to 1.6 years.The U.S. Commerce Department has found that easing foreign price control regimes could, by increasing research and development of new drugs, result in more competition and lower prices in the domestic U.S. market.Doing the opposite – imposing foreign price controls to the domestic market – would have disastrous consequences.Join us, as we discuss prescription drug costs for Americans with Phil Kerpin, President of American Commitment.
  • The Montana "Law Makers" Report From The 66th Legislative Assembly In Helena
    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    flag 2We will have 4-legislators join us.When we get confirmation of guests very soon, we will add to this page.




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