Jeremy Carl served as a top fish and wildlife official in the Trump Administration. He is now a senior fellow with the Claremont Institute and lives here in Montana. He'll join us on Monday's "Montana Talks" statewide radio show with Aaron Flint shortly after 9 a.m.

What are we gonna talk about? You tell us. I figured we might cover Critical Race Theory, big tech censorship, illegal immigration, and energy policy. But, as you know, we want to talk about what Montanans want to talk about, so we will also have the phone lines open if there's a topic you'd like to bring up.

Jeremy Carl served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Fish Parks and Wildlife (overseeing the Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service) under President Trump. He also spent some time at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University where he served as Executive Director of the Task Force on Energy Policy chaired by former Secretary of State George Shultz.

His political writing and commentary has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, National Review, Politico, the Economist, along with other leading newspapers and magazines.
He also holds degrees from Yale, Harvard, and did his doctoral work at Stanford.

You can jump in on the conversation with Jeremy Carl and Aaron Flint shortly after 9 a.m. statewide on the following stations:

Billings: Newstalk 95.5 and 95.1 FM, 970 AM KBUL

Bozeman: 1450 KMMS

Livingston: 1340 KPRK

Missoula: AM930 and 99.7 FM KMPT

Kalispell: 880AM and 107.9 FM KJJR

Glendive: 1400AM and 103.1FM KXGN

ForsythKIKC 1250 AM, 94.5FM

Lewistown: KQPZ 95.9 FM

Wolf Point: 92.7FM KVCK

Fort Peck: 107.1FM KVCK

Shelby: 1150AM KSEN

Great Falls102.7FM KINX

Helena: 95.9FM KCAP

Butte: 1370 AM and 94.7 FM KXTL

Scobey: 95.7FM KCGM

Plentywood: 100.1FM KATQ

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