Here's my take: huge, powerful companies like BNSF should stop pretending like they're "the little engine that could." Instead, they should stand up for the men and women that power these companies. They should use their power to go after the Biden Administration's federal overreach like a freight train instead of trying to railroad their employees.
Montana's own Jeff Laszloffy was on the steps of the US Supreme Court while oral arguments were underway. He was right in the middle of all of the raucous protests from both sides, and called in to join us on the radio.
A federal judge has now blocked the vaccine mandate targeting healthcare workers in all 50 states. Montana's Attorney General Austin Knudsen (R-MT), who led an 11-state effort challenging the mandate, announced the news moments ago.
Congressman Jordan joined us on the radio in Montana to talk about the Biden Administration spying on parents who are critical of school board policies, the massive spending taking place in Washington, DC, and more.
"Try telling Montana families they have to buy an electric vehicle just to afford getting around town." That's how Montana's Senator Steve Daines (R-MT) responded to Biden's Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg.
When Jessie Holton suffered from PTSD after serving in the US Marine Corps following the 9-11 terror attacks, he says the VA saved his life. He wants first responders to have the same type of life-saving resources.