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

08.22.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

August 22, 2019

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Just Pick One Answer…” Topics: Weather and This Day in History covered the first hour this morning.

HOUR TWO: China and the tariffs were the hot topic during this hour. Texters challenged Tom and Shane to explain any benefits of the Trump trade war. Eaglemout also paid a visit to talk about “Digger Days” where kids and adults will be able to operate heavy construction equipment on Saturday at Dollar Dr. and Frontage Road in Belgrade. Tickets $5 order online at Eaglemout.org.

HOUR THREE: The “God Squad” was in the house this morning and our topic was, “Can Religion Stop Mass Shootings.” The four theologians weighed in on this controversial topic as callers and texters added to the discussion. An interesting hour.

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

08.21.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

08.21.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

August 21, 2019

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Do you choose rock, paper or scissors?” TOPICS: Bozeman upping water rates, Streamline bus wants a tax district to pay for free busing, proposed cohousing idea floated in Bozeman.

HOUR TWO: City of Clyde Park finances under investigation, Living Main Street upgrade is finishing up, vaping causing lung illnesses, part of Glacier Park closed due to grizzly activity. South Dakota looking at legalizing Hemp.

HOUR THREE: Guest Money Guru Mike McCormick – The volatile markets and bond prices were a hot topic also the purchase or non-purchase of Greenland. One caller said we should return to Keynesian Economics, an economic theory from the 1930s.

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

08.20.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

08.20.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

August 20, 2019

HOUR ONE: Vote in today’s KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “What’s Your Zodiac Sign?” Topics: New wildfire guidelines proposed, new housing development in Bozeman, Country resignations and capital projects, fire in Yellowstone Park, 10th annual Cat Walk this Friday, hail kills 11,000 birds, Bullock trying to find middle ground on guns.

HOUR TWO: Douglas Kellie, School District Transportation Superintendent talked about the need for bus drivers for the new school year. Over 7,000 students will be coming in early September. For information about bus driver positions and training call 556-8039. Also, President Trump looking for payroll tax cuts, Planned Parenthood out of federal program, new missile testing between US and Russia.

HOUR THREE: Guest City Commissioner Jeff Krauss – City commission to raise rates in case they can’t produce enough water to service the community – Jeff explains what’s going on. Water rights and lawn maintenance along with trash fees were also on their docket Monday night.

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

08.19.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

08.19.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

August 19, 2019

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Daily Poll, “Is “Fredo” An Italian Slur?” Topics: A power outage is planned for Livingston, Montana on August 27th. Here is Northwestern Energy’s press release. Weather and This Day In History covered the first hour.

HOUR TWO: Tom and Shane played a clip about Google using their platform and search results to influence voting in presidential elections. Click Here for the Clip. Antifa in Portland, building islands out of plastic waste in the oceans.

HOUR THREE: More on recycling and plastics in our oceans, the Mueller report debate continues with texters convinced of Russian interference in our elections.

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

08.16.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

08.16.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

August 16, 2019

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “How Many Times A Month Do You Eat Out?” Topics: Bozeman High School opens the doors to over 7,000 students next month. Democrats think they have a good shot at winning the House seat in 2020.

HOUR TWO: More on Farm Subsidies, large farm co-ops, Medicare and Insurance rates, Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich) visit or non- visit to Israel.

HOUR THREE: Guest Attorney Jennifer Bordy – The 9th Circuit rules in favor of Montana on campaign laws including Citizen’s United and Free Speech. A listener had some intesting comments on jury duty in Bozeman and MORE!! Check it out.

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

08.15.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

08.15.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

August 15, 2019

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Who Will Win The Trade War With China?” Topics: Weather and This Day in History plus MSU saving energy and a local border collie will be in sheepherding national championship. Another shootout with police in Philadelphia.

HOUR TWO: Chris and William joined Tom and Shane to talk about the breakfast fundraiser for the Manhattan Volunteer Fire Department at the Manhattan Potato fest this Saturday. More on the Jeffrey Epstein suicide/murder? Median income of the US along with weekly incomes.

HOUR THREE: More on Epstein and human trafficking, and emotions really got heated as callers and texters really got into it over farm subsidies. Fun Radio.

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 - 

08.14.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

08.14.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

August 14, 2019

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Name Your Favorite KMMS Weekday Show?” Topics: Weather and This Day In History started the hour with some fun facts.

HOUR TWO: Guest Money Guru Mike McCormick – The volatile world bond market was a hot topic, along with the tariffs, trade and budget deficits, real estate, gold and commodities.

HOUR THREE: Listeners and texters got very active regarding farm subsidies, grain prices, farmers in Montana, taxes and upcoming bond issues and of course climate change. What could be more entertaining than that?

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

08.13.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

08.13.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

August 13, 2019

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Are You Primarily a Mac or PC User?” Topics: Tom’s new dog, weather and This Day in History.

HOUR TWO: Law and Justice Center to be on ballot, City to negotiate bond sale for the Bozeman Safety Center. Record spending on the 7,000 students in Bozeman School District.

HOUR THREE: Guest Bozeman City Commissioner Jeff Krauss – Higher cost on Highland and Main intersection. Listeners and callers were all over bikes and bike riders and scooters in Bozeman. One texter wanted to know about construction at night, Jeff explained Shared Lane Markings (SLMs), or “sharrows,” are road markings used to indicate a shared lane environment for bicycles and automobiles.

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

08.12.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

08.12.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

August 12, 2019

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “At What Age Should A Child Have A Cell Phone?” Topics: Weather, This Day in History, MSU heading for good year, sixty year anniversary of Earthquake Lake this Saturday, MSU Parking signs to change, City Commission to vote on Safety Center bonds.

HOUR TWO: West Yellowstone tax increase, Hoot in Livingston is big hit over $1 million raised for non-profits. Jeffery Epstein suicide. Steve Bullock, red flag laws, and media control of the population.

HOUR THREE: Are we headed toward a civil war in America? More on Epstein death, Hong Kong demonstrations continue as protesters shut down airport.

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

08.09.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

08.09.19 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

August 9, 2019

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Poll Question of the Day, CAN ANY LAW BE PASSED TO STOP MASS SHOOTINGS?” Topics: Weather and This Day in History started the day off then we moved to the NRA and their effect on possible coming legislation.

HOUR TWO: Guest World Class Ballerina Maria Sascha Khan talking about the upcoming Yellowstone International Arts Festival in Pray, Montana. Six finalists for music director for the Bozeman Symphony and the Trump visit to El Paso.

HOUR THREE: Guest Law Babe Jennifer Bordy talking about gun control. Background checks, Heller vs. District of Columbia, Red Flag Laws, bump stocks, and Montana gun laws.

You can reach the KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane 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.