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

02.26.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

February 26, 2020

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Is America Becoming A Socialist Country?” TOPICS: Local weather, local temps, Montana Road Conditions, poll results, last nights debate, China sells massive debt, Bloomberg ad during the debate, and Coronavirus.

HOUR TWO: (Begins at 41:12) Guest Ted Barkley – Belgrade City Manager – Discussion about the Belgrade Fire Department, the growth of Belgrade, the sewer and water challenges and the Triangle Growth Policy. Plus, local news – Bozeman School District deal to use turf fields, trade donations for park name.

HOUR THREE: (Begins at 1:24:23) Guest Troy Downing, Candidate for Montana Auditor – Selling healthcare across state lines, state insurance over regulated, employee insurance in Montana. Later, more on the debate and the usual Trump Derangement Syndrome and more. A fun morning covering a lot of topics.

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

02.25.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

02.25.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

February 25, 2020

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Is Joe Biden Done or Will South Carolina Save Him?” TOPICS: Local weather forecast, local temps, Montana Road Conditions, poll results, tonight’s Democrat Debate, the South Carolina vote, the Biden Poll, and the stock market drop.

HOUR TWO: (Begins at 42:25) Lots of conversation about Trump’s casino’s going broke, presidents that went broke, traffic and the bad roads in and around Bozeman.

HOUR THREE: (Begins at 1:27:33) Guest Former Bozeman City Commissioner and Three Time Mayor of Bozeman Jeff Krauss – Jeff will be debating current Bozeman Mayor Chris Mehl on March 13th at noon at the Bozeman Library. The debate will concern an issue on the ballot concerning a park and maintenance tax proposed by the city commission. The Triangle Growth plan, 911 levy budget transfer as it compares to the park tax, why are city plow on state roads?

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

02.24.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

02.24.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

February 24, 2020

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Would You Work Six Days a Week for $10k A Year More?” TOPICS: Local weather, local temps, Montana Road Conditions, This Day in History, popular Canadian TV Shows, Shane gives flu numbers in the US from the Center for Disease Control October 2019 to present. Tom thinks February should not have 29 days, Boy Scouts of America lawsuit, Tom and Shane on grocery store pet peeves.

HOUR TWO: (Begins at 40:18) Guest Republican Candidate for Montana State Auditor Scott Tuxbury. Discussion on health insurance rates in Montana, insurance sold across state lines, how health insurance rates are determined, investing in Montana companies, and fixed annuities. Bozeman Crime rates are the lowest in the state, Winco Foods prevails in Supreme Court decision.

HOUR THREE: (Begins at 1:23:38) The markets tanked today — almost 1,000 points do to more fears of the Coronavirus. One caller was wondering if it could be transported from country to country by a meeting of several nations have a military meeting. Will the flu produce more inflation? More conversation on the national debt.

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

02.21.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

02.21.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

February 21, 2020

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Should MSU Offer Free Tuition for Low Income Students?" TOPICS: Local weather, local temps, road conditions, and an early dose of Trump Derangement Syndrome

HOUR TWO: (Begins at 43:40) Guest Austin Knudsen Candidate for Montana Attorney General. Opioid and Methamphetamine epidemic, illegal immigration into Montana, legalization of marijuana for recreational use, ICE and police departments and prosecuting criminals in small counties with limited resources.

HOUR THREE: (Begins at 1:32:38) Gallatin County Commissioners Don Seifert and Joe Skinner. Dispute over new Sourdough subdivision, the triangle growth plan, and preserving farmland in the valley. More on the Democrat Debate, what will happen in the next two primaries, more Trump Derangement Syndrome, and a longer show due to some technical issues.

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

02.20.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

02.20.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

February 20, 2020

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “How Do You Feel About Flashing Yellow Left Turn Arrows?” TOPICS: Local weather, local temps, road report, poll results, Democrat Debate, the future of streaming services and cable TV, Bloomberg finance report gets extension.

HOUR TWO: (Begins at 35:22) Guest Money Guru Mike McCormick – Markets, Mike explains how he cut the cable, what to do with your money if a Democrat is president, and climate change and investing.

HOUR THREE: (Begins at 1:16:43) More on the debate and where the country might go with Democrats at the helm. Are any of the remaining Democrats electable? Callers and texters weigh in.

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

02.19.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

02.19.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

February 19, 2020

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “How Do You Feel About Bozeman Roundabouts?” TOPICS: Local weather, local temps, Montana Road conditions, poll results, the Democrat debate tonight, Bloomberg on stage, Trump vs. Obama job creation, Bozeman roundabouts, Bernie’s big crowd, and money in politics.

HOUR TWO: (Begins at 34:29) Inactive land mine shuts down MSU for the afternoon, Yellowstone park to drop trailers for employee housing, the Triangle Growth plan, attempted hold up at local coffee shop, new Democrat enters state race.

HOUR THREE: (Begins at 1:11:28) Will William Barr quit, Trump commutes Illinois governor prison term, lab in Montana and a lab in Arizona are working hard on the Coronavirus cure. Democrat plan to win in November.

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

02.18.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

02.18.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

February 18, 2020

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Is Climate Change A Real Threat?” TOPICS: Local weather, local temps, road conditions, poll results, This Day in History, New York no bail policy, California shoplifting, Bloomberg in next debate, Roger Stone verdict to be reviewed, and Trump at the Daytona 500.

HOUR TWO: (Begins at 33:01) Bozeman Health gets $18.2 million for new infant care wing, Yellowstone Park Guides picketing, Utah professor to address climate change at MSU, Livingston HRDC gets $1.1 million for affordable housing, Fish, wildlife and parks investigates poaching near Livingston. Shane gives the good, bad, and ugly of 5G wireless communication.

HOUR THREE: (Begins at 1:10:12) Guest Former Three Time Bozeman Mayor Jeff Krauss – Discussion about the new parks tax that will be charged to taxpayers to free up $2.3 million for the general fund, why Walgreen’s was shut out of Bozeman, parking issues with the new music venue on 7th Street. Affordable housing study says Bozeman needs 6,300 new units in next five years. What Bozeman discussion would be complete without including roundabouts? Callers and texters weigh in.

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

02.17.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

02.17.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

February 17, 2020

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Have you ever gotten a tattoo when you were drunk?” TOPICS: Local weather, local temps, road conditions, Bloomberg’s run, or purchase, of the oval office, flu numbers in the US, and air travel.

HOUR TWO: (Begins at 37:22) Guest Tom Woods Candidate for Montana Public Service Commission – Topics included Colstrip, Northwestern Energy bypassing the PSC to get a rate increase, and question on climate change.

HOUR THREE: (Begins at 1:18:08) More on 5G technology, streaming services and where TV will be in the future and more debate on the climate share topic.

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

02.14.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

02.14.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

February 14, 2020

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Has a fast food product ever looked like the commercial?” TOPICS: Local weather forecast, local temps, road conditions, the upcoming Democrat Debate, the Nevada Caucus a week from tomorrow and Bob Barr and Trump fall out.

HOUR TWO: (Begins at 39:20) Additional fallout from yesterday's show, MSU spring enrollment up, Senate OKs new mountain ridge name near Livingston, FWP extended elk season announced. Roger Stone verdict and Bob Barr and Trump comments.

HOUR THREE: (Begins at 1:25:06) Guests Gallatin Valley Commissioners Don Seifert and Scott MacFarlane – Commissioner at CIT Academy, transparency when it comes to travel of the commissioners, Belgrade Fire Department update, will Frank Rd be on the construction list going to the airport? More on Barr and Trump tweets, Senate approves restrictions on war powers act, Roger Stone juror could be biased.

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

02.13.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

02.13.20 The KMMS Morning Soapbox with Tom and Shane

February 13, 2020

HOUR ONE: Vote in our KMMS Morning Soapbox Poll Question of the Day, “Do You Like Valentine’s Day?” TOPICS: Local weather, local temps, road report, poll results, and a brief This Day in History. Tom and Shane racist bigots? One caller thinks so and the back and forth texts and calls began. A very entertaining hour.

HOUR TWO: (Begins at 40:18) Guest Money Guru Mike McCormick – retirement, stock splits, energy, alternative fuels, and recession fears. Mike, Tom and Shane put all fears to rest in this hour.

HOUR THREE: (Begins at 1:20:56) Tom and Shane racists comments pick up again from the first hour. More thoughts both for and against your happy go lucky hosts. The Armory building has a dispute with the city of Bozeman, Governor’s Climate Change group and the MSU Bug Buffet. Is Bozeman getting overheated from too many large buildings? One caller thinks so. Also, an update on Missoula shooting and more on the “Demolition” party.

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