Morning News: Jones wins. Muellers team infiltrated with Trump haters

December 14, 2017

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines.

 

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Ron Rademacher: Around Michigan

December 14, 2017

Ron Rademacher - Travel Writer, Author, Speaker, Story Teller, and a Guy Who Holds The Record For Getting Lost On The Back Roads Of Michigan. 

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Jeffery Ford: Cultural Stupidity and it’s Overlooked Effects Upon Us All

December 14, 2017

Jeffery Ford, World Genius Directory: 2016 Genius of the Year - America and TED Speaker. Cultural Stupidity and it's Overlooked Effects Upon Us All. 

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Paula Herbart: Tax plan and the teacher deduction

December 14, 2017

Paula Herbart, President Michigan Education Association discuss the tax plan and the teacher deduction.

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Morning News: Education system hijacked by the left while many of us went to work

December 14, 2017

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines.

 

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Christie-Lee McNally: Hypocrisy of Twitter blocking conservatives

December 14, 2017

Christie-Lee McNally, executive director of Free Our Internet, she just sent to L. Eric Patterson, the Director of Federal Protective Service, about the impact of this vote on social media. She specifically requested that he and his organization look into threats made against FCC Chairman Ajit Pai from Twitter users in particular. She notes the hypocrisy of Twitter blocking conservatives for various reasons but allowing these death threats to stay posted.   

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Byran Crabtree: Alabamageddon Is Here! Can Roy Moore Pull Off A Victory?

December 14, 2017

Byran Crabtree, is the Publisher of Talk40.com, as well as a contributor to Townhall.com, lifezette.com,
ClashDaily.com and DailyCaller.com. Alabamageddon Is Here! Can Roy Moore Pull Off A Victory?

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Morning News: Lansing calls those that take a knee heroes

December 14, 2017

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines.

 

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Morning News: Jones wins Alabama

December 14, 2017

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines.

 

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Jennifer Jolly: Swipe, Scroll and Tap Your Way Through a Stress-Free Holiday

December 14, 2017

Jennifer Jolly is an Emmy award-winning consumer tech journalist, a New York Times Wired Well columnist, and host of the digital lifestyle series. Swipe, Scroll and Tap Your Way Through a Stress-Free Holiday.

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Aly Nielsen: Black Out: Nets Ignore Goldman Sachs’ 3.5 Percent Unemployment Forecast

December 14, 2017

Aly Nielsen is a Research Analyst for MRC Business. Black Out: Nets Ignore Goldman Sachs' 3.5 Percent Unemployment Forecast.

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Peter Cove: U.S. Disability Programs Need a Work Requirement

December 14, 2017

Peter Cove is founder of America Works, nationally-acclaimed advocate for private solutions to welfare dependency, and author of the book, POOR NO MORE:Rethinking Dependency and the War on Poverty (which was just awarded WORLD Magazine “Book of the Year” honors). U.S. Disability Programs Need a Work Requirement.

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News Around The World

December 14, 2017

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines.

 

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Brian Pomper: ACTION for Trade Urges U.S. Trade Representative to Promote American Creativity and Innovation in NAFTA

December 14, 2017

Brian Pomper is the executive director of ACTION for Trade. ACTION for Trade Urges U.S. Trade Representative to Promote American Creativity and Innovation in NAFTA.

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Clark Neily: Regulatory Transparency Project and the need to reform occupational licensing laws

December 14, 2017

Clark Neily is the Chair of the State and Local Group of the Regulatory Transparency Project, Vice President for Criminal Justice at the Cato Institute, and formerly served as a senior attorney at the Institute for Justice. Regulatory Transparency Project and the need to reform occupational licensing laws

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