David Keene has been a major player in Washington politics for decades. He's currently the editor at large for The Washington Times, and recently served as the president of the National Rifle Association. He's also spent a good amount of time here in Montana.

On Tuesday, Keene will join us on "Montana Talks" starting a little after 9 AM.

Here's his full bio posted at the Washington Times website:

Editor at Large — David Keene, a trusted adviser to presidents, a longtime champion of personal liberty and one of conservatism’s most respected voices, serves as the opinion editor of The Washington Times – overseeing the newspaper’s editorial page, commentary section and online opinion strategy. An author, columnist and fixture on national television, Mr. Keene has championed conservative causes for more than five decades while offering advice to Republican presidents and countless candidates. He additionally served as chairman of the American Conservative Union and president of the National Rifle Association.

If you're listening in the Bozeman area, catch "Montana Talks" on 1450 KMMS  immediately following "Dominick in the Morning." In the Livingston area, tune in to 1340 KPRK. For our friends in the Missoula area- check us out on AM 930 KMPT "The Patriot." In Kalispell, tune in to 880 KJJR. And in Glendive, you can hear Montana Talks on KXGN AM radio.

And, of course, our Billings-area listeners can still tune in to our local portion of the show starting at 6AM on Newstalk 95.5 and AM 970 KBUL and then stay with us as we roll right into the statewide conversation.