Aaron Flint, the host of Montana's leading statewide radio talk show "Montana Talks," began his journey in Montana politics and broadcasting while working in the US Senate as a student at Howard University over 20 years ago. Following the 9-11 terror attacks, Aaron relocated to Montana and enlisted in the military, embarking on deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan, the Horn of Africa, and the Arabian Peninsula. Currently, he continues to serve as a Lt. Colonel in the US Army Reserve. His initial foray into the news industry consisted of stuffing newspapers for his grandparents at the Glasgow Courier when he was a child. From working in television at Q2 News to his involvement in politics, and now hosting a statewide radio talk show for over a decade, Aaron takes pride in ensuring that Montanans have a platform to voice their opinions. His prior political roles include serving as a legislative aide to Senator Conrad Burns, acting as the communications director for the 2016 campaign of now-governor Greg Gianforte, and serving as the state director for Congressman Ryan Zinke.
Natives Push to Get the Washington Redskins Name Back
Native Americans and a North Dakota-based group called the "Native American Guardians Association (NAGA)" are hoping to bring the Washington Redskins name back to the NFL, but they're being blocked by an outfit funded by the white liberal George Soros.
Update on Exciting Helium Development Near Shelby, Montana
This past May I was in Shelby, Montana ahead of the big centennial celebration of the Dempsey-Gibbons match. That's when I told you about the helium deposits near Shelby and "the new gold rush" garnering excitement in North Central Montana.
“Maverick” Makes a Montana Kid’s Day After the Air Show
One young man ran into Ice Man, but he somehow missed running into Maverick- played by Jerome LeBlanc. Thanks to one of the air show organizers, our friend Jake Penwell, young Kellan was able to get a special message from Maverick.
VIDEO: Montana Talks Host Flight w/ The Blue Angels Over Billings
For those who saw my story on Wednesday night, I told you about my "unbelievably incredible" flight with the US Navy's Blue Angels and the #7 pilot Lcdr Thomas Zimmerman earlier that day. The video finally uploaded.
Show Your Support, Montana Guardsmen Deploy This Weekend
Deployment ceremonies will be taking place this Saturday in both Butte and in Billings for soldiers from all across Montana.
Montana Governor Stresses Aggressive Initial Attack on Fires
Governor Gianforte: "It's a lot easier to fight a weenie roast than it is one of these huge conflagrations that we see when things get out of control."
Montana Dems Pretend to Care About Property Taxes, Epic Response
What a response from State Senator Greg Hertz (R-Polson). If you haven't been following the news lately, Montana Democrats are pretending to care about property taxes...
Developing Story: IRS/ATF Raid on Great Falls Gun Store?
Cascade County Sheriff Jesse Slaughter says he was not notified by the ATF in advance of an operation that apparently took place at a Great Falls, Montana business earlier this week. Here's reaction from AG Knudsen and more.
Nominate Vets or LE for VIP Tix to Yellowstone Air Show
We have VIP passes for the HUGE and upcoming Yellowstone Air Show featuring the US Navy's Blue Angels in Billings, Montana this August. We need YOU to nominate a law enforcement or military veteran for the 4 VIP passes. Here's how.
After Battle Got National Attention, Emily Eyes Graduation
She had to fight just to attend her senior year of high school and graduate with her friends, but the good people of Montana had her back. Her battle with the Billings School Board ended up getting national attention on Fox News and elsewhere. Now, Emily Pennington is excited to graduate from West High.
Helium: “The New Gold Rush” in Montana’s Golden Triangle
On Thursday morning we caught up with Shelby Mayor Gary McDermott and longtime Shelby attorney Don Lee who both have extensive experience in the oil and gas industry. Don Lee tells us that helium exploration is being referred to as "the new Gold Rush." And check out what they're finding in Montana's Golden Triangle.
Yes, The Polka Taught Flint Rasmussen How to Dance
"My mom and dad, since I was seven years old, eight years old they listened to KSEN radio in Shelby, Montana every morning. And at five minutes to eight from the time I was in junior high, they always played a polka leading into the eight o'clock. And I remember my parents polka'ing in the kitchen"