Morning Wrap Up

November 30, 2017

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines.

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Ted Hayes: The New York Times Is Feeding Racial Animosity And Ignoring Racial Healing

November 30, 2017

Ted Hayes, a member of the Project 21 black leadership network’s national advisory council, is a long-time Los Angeles-area activist known for his work on issues such as civil rights, homelessness and immigration. He has also run for public office on several occasions. The New York Times Is Feeding Racial Animosity And Ignoring Racial Healing.

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Ron Vantimmeran, Celebration Cinemas: What’s new at the movies?

November 30, 2017

Ron VanTimmeran, VP programming Celebration Cinemas. What’s new at the movies? 

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Morning News

November 30, 2017

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines.

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Congressman Tim Walberg: Continued

November 30, 2017

Congressman Tim Walberg Continued.

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Congressman Tim Walberg: PURPA Modernization Act of 2017

November 30, 2017

Congressman Tim Walberg Michigan's 7th congressional district. He introduced the PURPA Modernization Act of 2017 to reform the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978 (PURPA) and help lower utility bills for American families. As part of his work on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Walberg has extensively examined the statute and heard feedback on the need to modernize PURPA for the 21st century.

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Dr. Roslyn Layton: FCC Net Neutrality

November 30, 2017

Roslyn Layton, PhD, was a member of the Trump Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Transition Team from November – April 2017. She is a PhD Fellow at the Center for Communication, Media, and Information Technologies (CMI) at Aalborg University in Copenhagen, Denmark and a Visiting Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute’s Center for Internet, Communications, and Technology Policy. The FCC will vote on a new rule December 14 that will repeal net neutrality regulations put in place in 2015. Majority of net neutrality comments sent to FCC were fake That's according to a study conducted by the Pew Research Center.

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Lt. Gov Brian Calley: Running for Governor

November 30, 2017

Lt. Gov Brian Calley, Announced run for Governor 

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Bryan Crabtree: Tax Cuts Hanging In The Balance, Will GOP Senate Deliver For Christmas

November 30, 2017

Bryan Crabtree, is the Publisher of Talk40.com, as well as a contributor to Townhall.com, Lifezette.com, ClashDaily.com and DailyCaller.com.  Tax Cuts Hanging In The Balance, Will GOP Senate Deliver For Christmas. IT'S TIME FOR 'THE ART OF THE DEAL' TO ACTUALLY WORK.

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Shawn Tuma: Privacy in the digital age

November 30, 2017

Shawn Tuma Attorney & Cyber-Security Expert
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court hears its latest case about privacy in the digital age. At issue is whether police generally need a warrant to review the records. The court will hear arguments in an appeal by federal prison inmate Timothy Carpenter. He is serving a 116-year sentence after a jury convicted him of armed robberies in the Detroit area and northwestern Ohio. Investigators helped build their case by matching Carpenter's use of his smartphone to cell towers near Radio Shack and T-Mobile stores that had been robbed. The question is whether prosecutors should have been required to convince a judge that they had good reason, or probable cause, to believe Carpenter was involved in the crime. That's the standard set out in the Constitution's Fourth Amendment, which also prohibits unreasonable searches. Prosecutors obtained the records by meeting a lower standard of proof.  This is being called the most important 4th Amendment and data privacy case in decades. So how will it likely shake out? Should law enforcement have to get a warrant to access your smartphone records? Are you comfortable knowing the government can track your every move, thanks to your cell phone? Or is that a legal bridge too far?

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Morning Updates: Democratic woman demands John Conyers resign!

November 30, 2017

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines.

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Morning News: NBC Damn well Knew about Matt Lauer!

November 30, 2017

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines.

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AG Bill Schuette: VP Pence supports Schuette with PAC donation. Lt Gov Calley enters race.

November 30, 2017

AG Bill Schuette, Run for Governor. VP Pence supports Schuette with PAC donation. Lt Gov Calley enters race.

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Congressman Bill Huizenga: Judge denies restraining order to halt Mulvaney’s appointment

November 30, 2017

Congressman Bill Huizenga REPRESENTING MICHIGAN'S 2ND DISTRICT.  Judge denies restraining order to halt Mulvaney's appointment as acting Consumer Financial Protection Bureau director. Bill sits on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Conyers - Bill was one of the first to call on him to resign over misuse of taxpayer dollars.

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Katie Fahey: What IS Voters not politicians? How did It get started? What are the goals?

November 30, 2017

Katie Fahey,  President and Treasurer Voters not politicians. What IS Voters not politicians? How did It get started? What are the goals? 

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