What are your thoughts on Michael Bloomberg's comments regarding Farmers? Let your Voice be heard! We are writing Bloomberg a letter in response. We are live in studio with Candidate for US Congress Joe Dooling and we want your help. What would you add to the letter? To add your comments, Call 866-627-5483 or Text 781-627-5483 ... See MoreSee Less
I'd thank Bloomberg, because he just gave American the number one reason why not to vote for him, among others that are servicing up to add to this. Thank you Voices of Montana for keeping Montana in the "know". Sur miss not being able to hear you anymore on KLTZ!! 😢
Bloomberg’s comment regarding farmers is consistent with the contempt the “elite” have for America and the American spirit.
They have not an ounce of respect or appreciation for our country’s pioneering founding principles— they obviously do not see what our founders did as extraordinary.
But it was!
It is their disdain for other human beings that is at the root of their greed for power and control because they believe people are incapable and ignorant and need to be herded like sheep.
As a descendant of Montana farmers on the high line of Montana, I think he should stick to the city life he is living.. Farming is WAY out of his capabilities. Hats off to all our farmers and ranchers. We appreciate all the hard work that you do.
Thank goodness we have a real Montanan who actually farms and ranches willing to put on his muck Boots to help drain the swamp and remind those DC dummies who grows their food. Joe Dooling will protect and defend our Agriculture industries.
Come out and plant corn the way you described and see how long it takes to plant an acre.
Pay the subsidy on the fallow acres and not the crop acres as to strengthen market prices, farmers who seed section stake to section stake would lose subsidy for overproducing.
Clearly, he has proven he’s not smart enough to be a farmer, much less President
Give him a shovel, seeds and let him grow his own food since it's SO EASY. God bless our American farmers.
Like Mao and the Soviets, he bites the rough hard-working ingenious hand that feeds him.
His ignorance showed through, again. In the words of Paul Harvey, “god made a farmer”❤️
Irritating!! Where do the people back East think most of their beef comes from? Ugh!!!😳
I think Mr Bloomberg should stick to wall St and fake news agencies,that's what makes him money. Let me handle the brainless growing stuff, otherwise he's gonna find himself very hungry and you can't eat money.
Today, Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte will join us for our regular Swamp Level Update. Call in early with your questions, 866-627-5483.
Later on, if you were to write a letter to Michael Bloomberg, the democratic presidential candidate who said that he could “teach anyone to be a farmer,” what would you want to tell him? Bloomberg followed that comment up by telling us “you have to have a lot more grey matter” to work in the tech industry (than to be a farmer).
Lewis and Clark County rancher, and candidate for Congress, Joe Dooling will be in studio today and we’ll employ our Montana red, white, and blue matter to write Mr. Bloomberg a letter to set him straight about our back-country, hayseed ways. ... See MoreSee Less
PODCAST: 26 minutes Are the extended elk hunting seasons in select districts – the shoulder seasons – managing the populations as intended? Are they causing problems for landowners, outfitters, wildlife?
The five-member Montana Fish & Wildlife Commission is an important public connection the citizens have with our government wildlife officials. Richard Stuker, a Blaine County rancher, has been a member of that commission since 2013, and currently services as its Vice Chair. He joined Tom Schultz on Voices of Montana to review the recent discussion and decision regarding the elk shoulder seasons, as well as talked about measuring the numbers behind a seemingly increasing lion population, and also got a word in on the usage restrictions being looked at on the Madison River. ... See MoreSee Less
Today on Voices of Montana we once again talk about the difficult subject of suicide, with outreach efforts underway to help our military veterans and our farmers and ranchers. We’re alarmed by the statistics, but let’s talk about the warning signs and taking the next steps to getting help.
Shifting gears – we’ll also catch an update on a renowned documentary film festival in our own backyard – the 17th annual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. 150 films in 10 days in Missoula, including numerous made in Montana films that we’ll explore today with Nick Davis from the BSDFF.
This is so good, Megan Harrington, thanks for letting me share it here. Shannon's list is full of wisdom and respect. The job of coaching can be both rewarding and thankless. Here's to the men and women who do it right by putting others first. ~ host Tom Schultz. ... See MoreSee Less
Are the extended elk hunting seasons in select districts – the shoulder seasons - managing the populations as intended? Are they causing problems for landowners, outfitters, wildlife?
That’s one of the many issues the five-member Fish & Wildlife Commission addresses on a regular basis. Today, we’ll be joined by Commissioner Richard Stuker, a Blaine County rancher and Vice-Chair of the Commission. Join us today as we talk about the complex issues of wildlife and our Montana Way of life - on Voices of Montana. ... See MoreSee Less
Are the extended elk hunting seasons in select districts – the shoulder seasons - managing the populations as intended? Are they causing problems for landowners, outfitters, wildlife? The five-member Montana ... Click to Listen
In front of the parts counter at Torgerson's in Billings on Tuesday, Feb. 11, gubernatorial candidate Tim Fox unveiled the first pillar of a strategy titled “Montana United: A Strategic ... Click to Listen
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(14 Minutes) The Bureau of Business and Economic Research's (BBER) 45th Annual Economic Outlook Seminar (EOS) series is coming to a Montana city near you - 10 locations from February ... Click to Listen
Billings Mayor Bill Cole has signed on to the Mayor’s Task Force To Save Minor League baseball teams including the three Pioneer League teams in Montana after Major League Baseball said it wants to drop some of them.
A two year pilot project is planned for Great Falls expected to open in September that would be a blend of Cowboy Hall of Fame honorees and their history in an exhibit. Cowboy Hall of Fame Board Member Mike Gurnett explains.
Today on Voices of Montana Alan Olson, Executive Director of the Montana Petroleum Association, was asked about the efficacy of the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline now that President Donald Trump has issued a new permit to cross the Montana/Canadian Border. Hear Alan Olson’s response Listen to the Entire Show Here
Greg Gianforte called us live from the swamp to update us on the Mueller Report. Colstrip United Representatives discussed the “Save Colstrip Bill” Senator Tom Richmond (SD 28), and Senator Duane Ankney (SD 20) joined us. Click To Listen
Today, we heard Public Service Commissioner Roger Koopmans’ thoughts on Colstrip. The PSC, NorthWestern Energy and the Montana Legislature are working through some issues that revolve around Colstrip Power Plant. Click To Listen
We started with John Doran, VP of External affairs and Chief of Staff with Blue Cross Blue Shield as he gave us his ideas on Medicaid expansion. Also joining us on the show was Tom McGillvrey with the Montana State Senate and Senator Dr. Al Olszewski, who also spoke on …
The Columbia River Treaty between Canada and the United States is an agreement that was reached in 1964 to manage flood risk and hydropower. Canada was compensated in the agreement by receiving half of the value of the electricity generated from the Libby Dam. Eureka Senator Mike Cuffe was on …