In his first post-quarantine interview after heading back into the Governor's office, Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) fielded questions on a host of topics- covering everything from his recent ban on COVID-19 vaccine passports, to illegal immigration, property taxes, and gun rights.
We certainly hear a little too much about Governor Andrew Cuomo in the news in this day and age. But back in the 80's- the New York Governor you heard a lot about was Mario Cuomo. Billings businesswoman Karen Fagg shares a great story about a meeting involving the late Montana Gov. Stan Stephens and former NY Gov. Mario Cuomo.
He was almost too nice of a guy to be governor. That's how former State Senator John Brenden (R-Scobey) described the late Montana Gov. Stan Stephens. This, after news began to circulate over the weekend that Stephens had passed away.
If you're looking for sanctuary- Montana will be a sanctuary for your gun rights, but not for illegal aliens. Thanks to the Republican-controlled Montana Legislature and Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT) a bill banning sanctuary cities has now been signed into law.
If you're like me you will probably hold your nose when you vote this year for President. Keep in mind though how important the other votes are. The governor’s race is crucial when it comes to our way of life in Montana. The house of representative vote is even more important...
I'm working on the script for a tv commercial to run statewide. It starts with me walking through a field on a bright summer day somewhere green near Lewistown.
And I say something like "I love Montana. I was born here. I choose to live here...
Finally the great state of Montana was going to have a national voice. The Treasure State which all but gets ignored by the national media (except when former Senator Max Baucus spearheaded Obamacare or when they filmed "A River Runs Through It" near Bozeman) was about to have its day.