Tom & Shane Rebroadcasts KMMS Morning Soapbox
10.11.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

10.11.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

October 11, 2019

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HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Would you accept a sales tax if property tax was gone?” TOPICS: Weather and This Day in History rounded out the first hour.

HOUR TWO: Callers expressed their displeasure with the UN and America in various conflicts around the world. Was Trump presidential in his speech last night. Some think he wasn’t. Obama apology tour in Europe, Trumps tax returns – what listeners don’t know. George Soros payments and two arrests tied to Trump’s White House Lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Belgrade man heads to Songwriter’s Hall of Fame

HOUR THREE: Guests, County Commissioners Don Seifert and Joe Skinner joined Tom and Shane for talks about how your taxes are used by the county, low income housing possibilities in the county and other county costs including property tax. Tom also talked about Winco Foods and the hold up in the opening of Hobby Lobby in Bozeman. Concern by officials before Trump’s call to the Ukraine.

You can reach the KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane 6am to 9am weekdays Mountain Time by calling 406-522-8255 during the show, use our new text line at 406-478-8298, or click the “App Chat” button on your AM 1450 KMMS app. Listen Live Online at kmmsam.com

10.10.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

10.10.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

October 10, 2019

CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR TOM AND SHANE IN BOZEMAN MAGAZINE’S “BOZEMAN’S CHOICE READER’S SURVEY.

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Have you or an immediate family member been the victim of a crime in Bozeman?” TOPICS: Weather and comments on our poll questions carried the first half hour. Then, Gallatin High on track to open on time. Comments on Shane thinking more people should use umbrellas during snowstorms, the impeachment investigation and the NBA China battle.

HOUR TWO: Guest Money Guru Mike McCormick on the no commission trades some companies are offering, and the fees of financial advisors, also savings and improving your income plus tax-day extensions are due soon, more on the NBA and the China delegation here for trade talks. Will the markets pay attention?

HOUR THREE: Trail in the Crazies finally opens, mail in ballot on the Law and Justice Center plus non-partisan county elections, City commission candidates like low income housing, new 911 director chosen, Trump keeping eye on Turkey and Syria, Fox poll says 51 percent favor impeachment of Pres. Trump, plus California power (PG&E) plan to cut power to millions to prevent sparks that could start wildfires. You can’t make this stuff up.

You can reach the KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane 6am to 9am weekdays Mountain Time by calling 406-522-8255 during the show, use our new text line at 406-478-8298, or click the “App Chat” button on your AM 1450 KMMS app. Listen Live Online at kmmsam.com

10.09.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

10.09.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

October 9, 2019

CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR TOM AND SHANE IN BOZEMAN MAGAZINE’S “BOZEMAN’S CHOICE READER SURVY.

HOUR ONE: Vote in today’s KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Is Montana's Climate Change a Result of Man or Nature?” TOPICS: Weather and This Day in History plus snow and weather warnings during today’s snow storm.

HOUR TWO: Gov. Bullock invokes 120-day ban on e-cigarettes and vaping. Two cases of vaping being treated in Montana. Local retailers will challenge the ban, more conversation about the construction and safety of the current Law and Justice Center on the November ballot.

HOUR THREE: Turkey is moving into Syria after Trump pulls US troops, more on the recent tax meeting about property taxes and the Law and Justice Center. Tom's idea to eliminate property taxes and listeners talking about locals being exempt from a local option sales tax. 

You can reach the KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane 6am to 9am weekdays Mountain Time by calling 406-522-8255 during the show, use our new text line at 406-478-8298, or click the “App Chat” button on your AM 1450 KMMS app. Listen Live Online at kmmsam.com

10.08.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

10.08.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

October 8, 2019

CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR TOM AND SHANE IN BOZEMAN MAGAZINE’S “BOZEMAN’S CHOICE SURVY.

HOUR ONE: Vote in the KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Should Bozeman Outlaw Vaping Products?” TOPICS: This Day in History, county shooting ranges, Hungry and the Kurds, vaping products.

HOUR TWO: Bozeman student grades are improving in math and science, public target shooting ranges in the country proposed, MSU and the Bozeman City Commission on transportation, recycling, affordable housing and more. Buffalo treaty to help bison, MSU and Indigenous People’s Day celebration.

HOUR THREE: Guest Bozeman City Commissioner Jeff Krauss: The meeting with MSU students including questions, “Do you feel safe in Bozeman?” and “Do you fit in in Bozeman?” We also talked about the taxation of the K-Mart space along with Best Western and 4-B’s. With a winter storm warning out snow removal regulations were also a hot topic of the morning along with the problems commuters face on Kagey Boulevard.

You can reach the KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane 6am to 9am weekdays Mountain Time by calling 406-522-8255 during the show, use our new text line at 406-478-8298, or click the “App Chat” button on your AM 1450 KMMS app. Listen Live Online at kmmsam.com

10.07.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

10.07.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

October 7, 2019

CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR TOM AND SHANE IN BOZEMAN MAGAZINE’S “BOZEMAN’S CHOICE 2020 SURVEY.

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Have the Republican and Democrat party moved too far to the right and left?” TOPICS: A caller had some thoughts on the California law about amateur athletes being paid for their likenesses. Should the Washington whistleblower’s identity be revealed? Shane and Tom disagree.

HOUR TWO: A caller had a question about legal guardians for seniors, property taxes and Prop. 13 were also a hot topic. A caller opposes the new proposed law and justice center. A New York court ruling came down for Trump to release 8 years of tax returns – they will appeal that ruling.

HOUR THREE: Property taxes and what they are used for was also a popular topic this morning. Tom goes after a Vietnam War protester. School trust fund and how school bonds and property taxes fit together to fund schools and the rest of Gallatin Valley expenses. A caller wanted to know if we could change Fox News for some other news source.

You can reach the KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane 6am to 9am weekdays Mountain Time by calling 406-522-8255 during the show, use our new text line at 406-478-8298, or click the “App Chat” button on your AM 1450 KMMS app. Listen Live Online at kmmsam.com

10.04.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

10.04.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

October 4, 2019

CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR TOM AND SHANE IN BOZEMAN MAGAZINE’S “BOZEMAN’S CHOICE SURVY.

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Which Words Are You Sick of Hearing?” TOPICS: Weekly weather and This Day In History, plus new job numbers, unemployment and workforce participation rate.
HOUR TWO: Guest Montana Congressman Greg Gianforte talking about the USMCA, Impeachment, US/Japan Trade Deal, law enforcement officer suspended for giving criminal to ICE. No topic is off limits, so we talked about salmon and emasculated bears in Canada.

HOUR THREE: Guests Gallatin County Commissioners Joe Skinner and Don Seifert discussing the Law and Justice center and a public discussion about opening more shooting ranges in Montana.

You can reach the KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane 6am to 9am weekdays Mountain Time by calling 406-522-8255 during the show, use our new text line at 406-478-8298, or click the “App Chat” button on your AM 1450 KMMS app. Listen Live Online at kmmsam.com

10.03.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

10.03.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

October 3, 2019

CLICK HERE TO VOTE FOR TOM AND SHANE IN BOZEMAN MAGAZINE’S “BOZEMAN’S CHOICE READER POLL.

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Do you agree with the sentencing of Amber Guyger?” TOPICS: Weather and This Day in History plus cleanup of the Berkley Pit in Butte, MSU students can now disagree with their instructors, Emerson Grill being sold, Montana going after scammers targeting seniors.

HOUR TWO Guest Money Guru Mike McCormick – The market took a 800 point two day drop, the Japan bond market down, coal vs. fossil fuels. Guests Darcy Minter and Kris Spect talking about their barn dance fundraiser for Windhorse Equine Learning on October 5th at Foster Creek Farm

HOUR THREE: Guests The God Squad – Catholic Priest Father Leo, Parishioner Rachel Allen, Church of Latter Day Saints, and Rabbi Ed are always controversial and this week they did not disappoint. Shane and Rabbi Ed had a spirited discussion about kids in cages, Nancy Pelosi, Jim Crow laws and more. Definitely an hour you don’t want to miss.

You can reach the KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane 6am to 9am weekdays Mountain Time by calling 406-522-8255 during the show, use our new text line at 406-478-8298, or click the “App Chat” button on your AM 1450 KMMS app. Listen Live Online at kmmsam.com

10.02.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

10.02.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

October 2, 2019

VOTE FOR TOM AND SHANE IN BOZEMAN MAGAZINE’S “BOZEMAN’S CHOICE” SURVEY

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Should The Whistleblower's Identity Remain Secret?” TOPICS: Weather and This Day in History plus Michael Bloomberg possible run for president, a texter predicts Trump’s impeachment, China and Hong Kong riots.

HOUR TWO: The KMMS Morning Soapbox and Tom and Shane have been nominated in the yearly Bozeman Magazine’s Bozeman’s Choice in the media category. Please take a moment and vote for us. We thank you. Bullock gets thanks for Romney Hall $25 million renovation, new pipeline rules in place, first lady will visit Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman school lunches turn a profit.

HOUR THREE: Livingston man charged with 8th DUI/DWI a pretty funny story, Pompeo and Congress on testimony, is it a coup or impeachment – Tom and a caller battle over the definitions, Johnson and Johnson settle with Ohio for $20 million, North Korea fires another missile, and laws, attorneys and money.

You can reach the KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane 6am to 9am weekdays Mountain Time by calling 406-522-8255 during the show, use our new text line at 406-478-8298, or click the “App Chat” button on your AM 1450 KMMS app. Listen Live Online at kmmsam.com

10.01.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

10.01.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

October 1, 2019

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Will You Try The No Meat Impossible Hamburger?” TOPICS: Weather and This Day in History, caller comments on the Edward Snowden whistleblower book, Trump and Biden and the Ukraine.

HOUR TWO: County to consider mill levy to try to save the Gallatin Rest Home, Bullock to take federal money to help finance his campaign, hemp growing is increasing in Montana. Lots more comments on impeachment, and more communists using the text line rather than calling in to the show.

HOUR THREE: Guest Jeff Krauss, Bozeman City Commissioner: Jeff, callers and texters weighed in on our poll question about meatless burgers, several callers and texters voiced their appreciation to Jeff for his service to the community, and a little known fact about how MSU came to be.

You can reach the KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane 6am to 9am weekdays Mountain Time by calling 406-522-8255 during the show, use our new text line at 406-478-8298, or click the “App Chat” button on your AM 1450 KMMS app. Listen Live Online at kmmsam.com

09.30.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

09.30.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

September 30, 2019

HOUR ONE: Tom and Shane are back but due to an internet outage there’s no poll question today. The quick change in the weather and snowfall was a hot topic. In Livingston new Chamber Board Members chosen after the previous board resigned in mass, meth use growing in Montana, hemp arrests in Idaho, gold mining in South Dakota by Canadian company.

HOUR TWO: Guest Deanna Campbell speaking about an upcoming fundraiser “Movie Night in Nepal” for a birth center in Nepal. The event will be Thursday, Oct. 3 – 6:30pm at Hager Auditorium, Museum of the Rockies. For more information go to chayyausa.orgTom has travel issues and some fun problems with his GPS locator. 

 HOUR THREE: Trump impeachment pretty well dominated the final two hours of today’s show. Healthcare was another topic that got callers and texters to comment. Will impeachment go anywhere is anyone’s guess.

You can reach the KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane 6am to 9am weekdays Mountain Time by calling 406-522-8255 during the show, use our new text line at 406-478-8298, or click the “App Chat” button on your AM 1450 KMMS app. Listen Live Online at kmmsam.com