- Debra Lamm – Chairwoman Of The Montana Republican Party
Former state representative Debra Lamm of Livingston is the current chairwoman of the Montana Republican Party, Ravalli County Republican Chairman, Terry Nelson is vice-chair of the republican party. Secretary Kris Hansen of Havre is treasurer and Mike Hopkins of Missoula is assistant treasurer.
Also scheduled for the program is Matt Rosendale, Candidate for US Senate.
- Dave Galt, Stop I-186 and State Senator, Tom Richmond (R) SD 28
Dave Galt, currently serves as the Executive Director of the STOP I-186 to Protect Miners & Jobs committee. He joined the government affairs team at BKBH as a consultant in January of 2016. The 10 years prior he was the Executive Director of the Montana Petroleum Association; and a leader in regional energy issues. Dave served as a regional director of the Independent Petroleum Association of America. Dave retired from the Montana Department of Transportation in 2004. He started as a surveyor’s aid, moved into commercial vehicle enforcement as a sworn peace officer, and finished his MDT career as agency director appointed by Governor Martz.
The second half hour we will be speaking with, Tom Richmond, State Senator and retired-administrator of the Board of Oil & Gas Conservation.
- Tom Harris, Executive Director, International Climate Science Coalition (ICSC)
Tom Harris is executive director of the International Climate Science Coalition
The International Climate Science Coalition (ICSC) is a non-partisan group of independent scientists, economists, and energy and policy experts formed in 2008 to promote better understanding of climate science and policy worldwide. The ICSC aims to help create an environment in which a more rational, open discussion about climate issues emerges, thereby moving the debate away from implementation of costly and ineffectual “climate control” measures. ICSC encourages assisting vulnerable peoples to adapt to climate variability and continuing scientific research into the causes and impacts of climate change.
Mr. Harris lives and works in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He has 30 years’ experience as a mechanical engineer/project manager, science and technology communications professional, and technical trainer. He was science and technology advisor to a former Opposition senior environment critic in Canada’s Parliament. From 2006 to 2008, he was executive director of the Natural Resources Stewardship Project (Canada).
In December 2007, Harris and Dr. Robert Carter, formerly of James Cook University in Australia, coordinated an open letter from 100 top climate experts to the Secretary General of United Nations during the Bali Climate Change Conference.
From 2009 to 2011 (four sessions), he taught a total of 1,500 students “Climate Change: an Earth Sciences Perspective,” a second-year course in the Faculty of Sciences at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
Mr. Harris is perhaps the most frequently cited and interviewed critic of exaggeration and alarmism in the global warming debate, appearing thousands of times on online news forums and being regularly published in newspapers in Canada and the U.S. and occasionally in Australia, New Zealand, the U.K., and other countries. He is often interviewed on radio and TV. A few of many recent media appearances include the following:
- Patrick Wood, President of “Citizens For Free Speech”
Everyone in the truth movement by now knows about the censorship on social media where the tech giants, Google, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are trying to silence dissent by demonetizing, shadow-banning and even removing content. This is all part of the Deep State’s attempt at social engineering by forcing the population to fit their prescribed agenda. Hiring left-wing whacko
The main reason the First Amendment contained free speech and freedom of the press clauses was so that journalists could openly criticize government without fear of retribution… now the press IS the government. Like Pravda in Russia, the MSM receives its scripts from the government, to the point where the narratives provided the people are virtually disseminated verbatim. But you already know all of this…
Sites such as Steemit and Minds.org are striving to keep the truth narrative alive and with it the unencumbered flow of information. But we need more- there can never be too many sources of the truth. One reason we have #informationwar here on Steemit and Discord is to consolidate sources of information that counter the deceptive MSM narrative. Now author, lecturer and founder of Technocracy News, Patrick Wood, is offering up another alternative social media platform… Citizens for Free Speech is resurrecting the LocalActivist.org website- and they need out help. I’ll post a link to the site so you can read for yourself and see how you can help, whether monetarily, volunteering, or whatever. There are only two sides in this fight- there is no neutral ground. If you don’t take a proactive stand for free speech, don’t complain when they take yours away.
groups like the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and algorithms to detect politically incorrect speech they seek to erase conservative voices calling it “hate speech.”
Facebook has employed censors to decide which sources of news are “suitable for viewing,” using predominately Snopes, a Soros backed organization. Remember, all social engineering is preceded by verbal engineering and the best way to perpetuate a lie is to prohibit people from challenging it. If they win, we will lose a lot more than freedom of speech.
- Montana Congressman, Greg Gianforte
Congressman Gianforte, joins us for his weekly update on what is happening in Washington DC.
- Christina Quick Henderson, Executive Director of Montana High Tech Business Alliance.
Montana High Tech Business Alliance Announces 25 Montana Top Tech Employers 2018
The Montana High Tech Business Alliance has announced a list of 25 Montana Top Tech Employers for 2018. This is the second year the organization has recognized notable employers among high-tech and manufacturing in Montana’s booming tech industry.
A 2018 survey conducted by the University of Montana Bureau of Business and Economic Research found Alliance member companies are growing faster than ever – 9 times the overall Montana economy – and expect to add nearly 1,200 new jobs this year that pay twice the median wage.
The top tech employers list builds upon the 2017 list, which listed notable employers like Montana Precision Products, onX, Spika Design and Manufacturing, Foundant, Elixiter, and PFL. The 2018 list adds 25 more companies to help job-seekers and community leaders identify Montana companies that are creating jobs, investing in their communities, and bringing wealth into the state.
Montana’s top tech employers are engaged in a variety of industries, such as engineering, manufacturing, consulting, construction, retail, software and photonics. All firms selected hire skilled employees and leverage technology in their operations.
Companies fit two or more of the following criteria:
20 employees or more
plans to grow workforce in Montana
established in the state for more than 10 years
involved in the community
The 25 Montana Top Tech Employers 2018 include:
1. Advanced Electronic Designs, Bozeman
2. Allied Steel, Lewistown
3. Applied Materials, Kalispell
4. AT&T, Missoula
5. ATG, Missoula
6. ATR, Hamilton
7. Blackfoot, Missoula
8. Blackmore Sensors and Analytics, Bozeman
9. Century Companies, Lewistown
10. CTA, Bozeman
11. Edulog, Missoula
12. FICO, Bozeman
13. Helix Business Solutions, Dillon
14. KOA, Billings
15. Loenbro, Great Falls
16. Montana Instruments, Bozeman
17. Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply, Bozeman
18. Oracle, Bozeman
19. PROOF Research, Columbia Falls
20. Schedulicity, Bozeman
21. SoFi, Helena
22. Synesis 7, Butte
23. WGM Group, Missoula
24. Workiva, Bozeman
25. Zoot Enterprises, Bozeman
- Gillette Vaira – MSU-Billings Foundation, Hosting Fee Public Events
MSU Billings hosts free public events during tour of Eastern Montana
Tiffini Gallant, Alumni/Foundation Marketing Coordinator at MSU Billings Foundation, (406) 657-2252, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracie Vogel, Marketing & Sports Information Director at Miles Community College, (406) 874-6155, email@example.com
MSU BILLINGS FOUNDATION NEWS—Montana State University Billings is heading on a Buzzin’ Beyond Billings tour of Eastern Montana, and their first stop is Miles City on Tuesday, July 24. The community, alumni and friends of the University are invited to a free luncheon lecture from noon to 1 p.m. at Miles Community College, rooms 316 and 317.
- Republican Montana Senator, David Howard With SD 29
Senator Howard sits on the Finance & Claims; Fish & Game; Public Health, Welfare, and Safety; Joint Judicial Branch; & Law Enforcement and Justice committees.
With the House from 2009 to 2013, and with the Senate since 2015.
We will talk Montana politics for the hour.
- United States Congressman, Greg Gianforte.
Montana’s lone Congressman, Greg Gianforte will be taking your calls and texts, for the first half hour.
- Scott Walter, President of the Capital Research Center “The Left’s Lack of Financial Transparency”
Capital Research Center (CRC) is an American Conservative, non-profit organization and watchdog group located in Washington DC It was founded in 1984 by Willa Johnson “to study non-profit organization, with a special focus on reviving the American traditions of charity, philanthropy, and volunteerism.” According to the organization, the group supports “free markets, constitutional government, and individual liberty.” It discourages donations by corporations to non-profits supporting what it sees as anti-business or left wing policies. It monitors the giving of major left-wing donors in the U.S.
CRC has been highly critical of animal rights activists and the environmental movement. In 2006, it published The Green Wave: Environmentalism and Its Consequences, a book by Dr. Bonner Cohen. In 2007, it published the third edition of The Great Philanthropists and the Problem of “Donor Intent” by Martin Morse Wooster, a senior fellow at the Center. In 2008, it published Guide to Nonprofit Advocacy, by James Dellinger. The CRC said Al Gore’s campaign to control carbon emissions is motivated by the likelihood that he will make an “immense fortune” if laws are passed to control them; argues that organized labor is bad for America; and has criticized government efforts to weaken intellectual property protection of prescription medications.
- Ed Brakey-Maine Senate Candidate “Trump is Promoting Peace” What Are The Others Doing?
“Angus King, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer weren’t happy when Trump went to negotiate peace with North Korea. They weren’t happy about yesterday’s meeting with Russia, a nuclear superpower.
“It seems that the only thing that will make Angus, Chuck and Nancy happy is if a nuclear bomb is dropped on the United States, because that will mean that President Trump has failed.”
Tough words, but they have to be said.
No leader should put partisan politics above the interests of peace and our own national security.
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- Racheal Frost – Missouri River Conservation District
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“Our mission is to represent natural resource and environmental interests on the Missouri River. This Council believes the conservation of the river and its corridor and the sustainability of its various uses can best be accomplished through grassroots collaboration, education, incentives, and voluntary action. It is the goal of the Missouri River Conservation Districts Council to provide leadership, assistance, and guidance to conservation districts along the Missouri River Corridor in order to present a unified front and collective voice when addressing natural resource issues, opportunities, and challenges. To become a forum for Missouri River stakeholders to share perspectives, solve problems, and exchange information on Missouri River resource management.”
- Montana State Republican Senator, Roger Webb – SD 23
Billings state republican senator Roger Webb, has agreed to carry a bill to the 2019 legislative session requiring online rental agencies to pay taxes, similar to those paid by the hotel and lodging industry, which would trickle into the states general fund.
In-Studio, We will speak on many other subjects including the highways and transportation committee, Legislative Administration, Local Government & Taxation.