Voices of Montana Upcoming Show Calendar

Montana’s Statewide Radio Talk Show …Since 1998

Read the below calendar to see what is coming up on Voices of Montana.

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March 09 - March 15
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    Chuck Denowh - Policy Director of United Property Owners of Montana; What Is The APR Up Too?

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    March 11, 2019

    According to Chuck Denowh, APR’s ultimate objective is to create a free-roaming bison herd, which by definition means that neighboring landowners will be forced to have wild bison on their property as well.

    APR also wants preferential treatment for the public grazing permits they control. They have requested to graze public land year-round, which no cattle or sheep operation has the freedom to do. Ranchers have cooperated for years with BLM and CMR to establish best practices for grazing—APR’s plan would ignore those, which could do a great deal of damage to the public’s land.

    The APR is an existential threat to communities all over eastern Montana. The success of APR is contingent upon them successfully eradicating hundreds of family farms and ranches. APR cannot achieve their stated goal of a 3.5 million acre wildlife reserve without that happening.

    APR has represented this area as virtually vacant. That’s an obvious mistruth to anyone who’s been through Eastern Montana. The economic repercussions of liquidating a significant part of Montana’s agriculture economy will have ripple effects throughout Montana’s economy. APR’s promises of new tourism opportunities ring hollow.

    APR is a well funded, well run non-profit NGO which derives virtually all of its support from outside Montana. They have been here for about 15 years, pretending to be new neighbors only wanting to blend in. Recently their gloves have begun to come off, and people are getting a clearer picture of what their success will mean.

    That’s sparked a grassroots movement in the communities APR wants to take over and eliminate. Signs with the message “Save the Cowboy, STOP American Prairie Reserve” are now ubiquitous throughout the area. Heinlein struggled to understand what that means, to stop APR. Let’s make it simple so he can understand, our objective is to turn the tables and wipe the APR from the map.

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    American Prairie Reserve - Planning For A 3-Million Wildlife Preserve In The Upper Missouri

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    March 12, 2019

    Our mission is to create the largest nature reserve in the continental United States, a refuge for people and wildlife preserved forever as part of America’s heritage.

    As a Board and staff, we run our business each and every day following the principles outlined in our six values. In our interactions with one another and with those outside our organization, including our donors, our partners and the community around the Reserve, we do our best to act in accordance with these values. We share them with you here because we believe they are a window into our organization and our culture.

    Openness with Respect

    This means exercising the courage and skills to be open with each other, but in such a way as to demonstrate respect for the other’s implicit desire to add value. It means actively engaging in truthful dialogues that improve organizational effectiveness without shying away from conflict or difficult conversations.  We foster a culture in which people feel acknowledged and respected for raising concerns, yet take responsibility to present solutions.

    Innovation and Optimism

    This means we exhibit a strong belief that we can get this project done and are willing to use whatever works provided it is in keeping with our mission, values, and visionary goals. We are not wedded to traditional approaches but strive to learn from other industries, taking the best ideas and effectively applying them to our efforts.

    Continuous Improvement

    Our goal is to always be looking for ways to make things smoother, faster, easier, more effective and of higher quality. We believe every process APR uses has endless room for improvement. We are convinced that everyone in the organization has valuable ideas for ways to improve our processes.


    This means that we are strongly oriented to getting the things done that we say we are going to do. We are deliberate in our commitments and choose our goals carefully with an eye towards accomplishment. We reward performance of individuals who succeed in linking their efforts to the realization of the organization’s goals.

    Sustainable Pace

    This means that we focus on productivity instead of accumulated hours. We are committed to taking care of each other and value each other’s and our own non-work life.


    This means that when appropriate and when it will lead to smoother, faster and better execution, we act collaboratively to accomplish results. We take initiative to understand and support the roles of others within and beyond our own functional teams. We proactively contribute, and act, on ideas to improve cross team collaboration and enthusiastically support the efforts of others to do the same. We work to understand the goals of others, and effectively communicate our own, and make consistent efforts to help each other achieve them. We take the initiative to highlight situations where cross team collaboration is not working, for whatever reason, and bring it to the attention of the right people in the organization, and contribute to finding good solutions.



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    Members Of The Montana House of Representatives-Julie Dooling, Bruce Grubbs, Denely Loge & Frank Garner

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    March 13, 2019

    Voices of Montana will have these four legislators on the air with us talking on bills, legislation and will an bigger Infrastructure bill materialize this session.

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    National Agriculture Day-We Visit With Northern Broadcasting's, Colter Brown and Leif Bakken

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    March 14, 2019

    This is National Agriculture week, and who better to talk about the land than two of the best in Ag broadcaster in the business. From Northern Broadcasting’s, Colter Brown and Leif Bakken.

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    Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte Live From Washington DC

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    March 15, 2019

    Congressman Gianforte will wrap up his week in DC and give us a look ahead at the upcoming political week.

    Award Winning Author & Speaker Dr. Jay Richards: Why Are Young Adults Fascinated With Socialism?

    9:00 AM-10:00 AM
    March 15, 2019

    Neo-Marxism vs. the Free Market and the Future of America

    Dr. Jay Richards – March 22-23rd, 2019 at the Bighorn Resort.  Bring your teenagers! (Details &ticket info. below)

    AOC, Bernie, & Elizabeth – don’t underestimate their influence!

    In a political climate where “the country can’t afford it – can’t pay for it” means nothing.  And with Socialism becoming so fascinating – maybe you ought to consider bringing your youth to hear one of America’s best on why these ideas are a danger to their future?

    Dr. Richards is the perfect guy to answer these questions:

        How should Christians think about free enterprise & is it advantageous to the poor?

        Has Socialism ever created flouring for all – anywhere?

        Is capitalism consistent with Christianity – are Progressive myths about it realistic?

        What was Karl Marx’s key argument – central doctrine?

        Why are young adults fascinated with Socialism?

        Is there a future for the American dream in an age of Smart Machines or is it over?

        Will robots replace us – should we fear them?

    Forum – March 22-23rd , 2019 – Friday PM & Saturday AM
    Location – Big Horn Resort, 1801 Majestic Ln., Billings, MT
    Register and buy Tickets Here $10 on line, $14 at the door lets you in to both days.

    While the LEFT plays politically correct calling it “Socialism” we must recognize that it is the thinly veiled worldview of Marxism.  No other philosophy is as large a threat in America. No other worldview has killed like this one.


    Jay is a Research Professor in the Busch School of Business and Fellow at the Institute for Human Ecology at The Catholic University of America. He is also Executive Editor of The Stream, a Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute, and host of A Force for Good.  He has written in the Harvard Business Review, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Daily Caller and many other publications. Richards is author or editor of a dozen books including Money, Greed, and God, winner of a Templeton Enterprise Award and his newest book, The Human Advantage: The Future of American Work in the Age of Smart Machines.  Jay has appeared on hundreds of radio and television programs.  He is the producer of several documentaries including The Privileged Planet and author of five best-selling books. Jay holds a Ph.D., in philosophy and theology from Princeton.  He lives with his family in the Washington D.C. Metro area.