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Ron Rademacher, Around Michigan - STURGEON UPDATE!!!

Ron Rademacher, Around Michigan - STURGEON UPDATE!!!

May 30, 2019

Ron Rademacher - Travel Writer, Author, Speaker, Story Teller, and a Guy,Who Holds The Record For Getting Lost On The Back Roads Of Michigan. MI back roads report is BTYB the Benzie County Visitors Bureau...Make it Benzie County, we are Northern Michigan.

 

Around Michigan

STURGEON UPDATE – As of Tuesday, 273 sturgeon had been tagged and recorded, a new record. All of this is made possible by the hosts who camp out here for 4-5 weeks and the MSU volunteers who toil for hours each day in the mud wrestling these incredibly strong living fossils. On May 26, they processed 30 in one hole in the river, and had 5 more holes to work that day. They do this each day of the spawn run to update data and verify RFD info. 5th graders released a 1 year old they had raised.

UPPER

SAULT STE. MARIE – Walleye Federation National Team Championship Walleye Tournament. Teams have qualified thru local tournaments. This is the time of year that the St. Mary’s River has some of it’s greatest numbers and biggest walleye. Sponsored by Bass Pro Shops and Cabela's.

BEAVER ISLAND – Historical Society sponsors the visit of the Tall Ship Huron Jewel

NORTH

MIDLAND - Chippewa Nature Center - an evening paddling down the Chippewa River with a naturalist as you look for turtles, fish, herons, hawks and eagles. CNC will provide a kayak, paddle and life jacket for each participant.

SOUTH

PORTAGE - Air Zoo's D-Day Exhibit Air Zoo celebrates 40th Anniversary. This year (2019) also signifies the 75th Anniversary of the Normandy landings (June 6, 1944) and the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11's moon landing (to be celebrated in July). Theme exhibits will be featured.
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LANSING - Margarita Festival - Lansing Center – 2nd year apparently year one was a success - up to 15 signature margaritas from Lansing area bars and restaurants! ANN ARBOR - Zingerman's Camp Bacon – fry it, bake it, taste it, why not go Various Locations

Steve Gruber, We could be in for a long and painful 2 years

Steve Gruber, We could be in for a long and painful 2 years

May 30, 2019

Live—From a secret bunker behind enemy lines on the frontier
of free speech— this is The Steve Gruber show for —Thursday May 30th 2019—

—Here are 3 big things you need to know—

Three— A New York City school has become the first in the nation to use facial recognition technology to protect the students and faculty—but at what point is it just too much - Will we ever be anonymous ever again?

Two— Could Michigan’s blossoming wine industry be your calling for a new career? Experts say the expansion of wineries could be fertile ground for new opportunities—That extend across some of the most beautiful real estate anywhere in the water wonderland!

And number one— We could be in for a long and painful 2 years—headed to the election in 2020—Democrats say Bob Mueller is pushing them to impeach Donald Trump—Republicans say that is not even close to what happened- Do you have investigation fatigue yet?

Bob Delaney, Michigan is not unique, PFAS contamination is a worldwide problem. pt2

Bob Delaney, Michigan is not unique, PFAS contamination is a worldwide problem. pt2

May 30, 2019

Bob Delaney, a geologist, environmental specialist and 30-plus year employee at the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.

 

He delivered a 93-page report in August 2012 to a former DEQ director Dan Wyant, warning that shockingly high PFAS levels in fish and documented pollution in the Great Lakes, rivers and wildlife "indicate a significant exposure to Michigan citizens and ecosystems." Michigan is not unique, PFAS contamination is a worldwide problem.

Bob Delaney, Michigan is not unique, PFAS contamination is a worldwide problem. pt1

Bob Delaney, Michigan is not unique, PFAS contamination is a worldwide problem. pt1

May 30, 2019

Bob Delaney, a geologist, environmental specialist and 30-plus year employee at the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.

 

He delivered a 93-page report in August 2012 to a former DEQ director Dan Wyant, warning that shockingly high PFAS levels in fish and documented pollution in the Great Lakes, rivers and wildlife "indicate a significant exposure to Michigan citizens and ecosystems." Michigan is not unique, PFAS contamination is a worldwide problem.

Adam Kennedy, Muller’s press conference and Nadler’s press conference

Adam Kennedy, Muller’s press conference and Nadler’s press conference

May 30, 2019

Adam Kennedy is the Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Director of Communications.

 

Muller's press conference and Nadler's press conference -  The constant stonewalling of the President's agenda. The Democrats are putting politics first over the will of the America people.

Steve Gruber,  A growing number of democrats are screaming for impeachment of the president

Steve Gruber, A growing number of democrats are screaming for impeachment of the president

May 30, 2019

Live— from the fortress of freedom in the center of forgotten
America—this is the Steve Gruber show —Thursday May 30th 2019—

—Here are 3 big things you need to know—

Three— CNN’s Chris Cuomo—goes on social media to attack a woman who survived a violent sexual assault—and now advocates for women to defend themselves from rapists with firearms—only in America!

Two— A water contamination whistle blower is feeling the heat in Michigan—after putting out a warning about unsafe drinking water—today he returns to the show—for another exclusive interview—Bob Delaney will bring us the latest of the spread of PFAS—around the great lakes—and the nation—

And number one— A growing number of democrats are screaming for impeachment of the president—but for what? Bob Mueller broke his silence on Wednesday—but failed to break any new ground—it was nothing more than his 448 page report— but Nadler and his henchmen want blood—

Steve Gruber, Prime Minister May Not Grab A Fifth Term

Steve Gruber, Prime Minister May Not Grab A Fifth Term

May 30, 2019

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines

 

Prime Minister May Not Grab A Fifth Term

Richard M. Ebeling, The Plague of Meddling Political Busybodies

Richard M. Ebeling, The Plague of Meddling Political Busybodies

May 30, 2019

Richard M. Ebeling, an AIER Senior Fellow, is the BB&T Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Free Enterprise Leadership at The Citadel.

 

The Plague of Meddling Political Busybodies

Steve Gruber, During the Obama Administration, They Turned A Blind Eye

Steve Gruber, During the Obama Administration, They Turned A Blind Eye

May 30, 2019

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines

 

During the Obama Administration, They Turned A Blind Eye

Steve Gruber, Special counsel Bob Mueller breaks his silence

Steve Gruber, Special counsel Bob Mueller breaks his silence

May 30, 2019

Live from the fortress of freedom in the heart of forgotten America— this is the Steve Gruber show—Thursday May 30th 2019—

—Here are 3 big things you need to know—
three— Bibi loses his grip in Israel—in a shocking move—the Knesset votes to dissolve and set new elections for September 17th —will Netanyahu survive?

Two— Mitch Mcconnel should be called magic mitch—he continues to work behind the scenes filling vacancies on federal courts—and says—don’t kid yourself—if there is an opening on the supreme court next year—he fully intends to fill it—listen the them scream on the left—

And number one—  Special counsel Bob Mueller breaks his silence—after being criticized by people on all sides following his 448 page report on Russian interference into the us elections in 2016—and being threatened with subpoenas by Democrats—and his comments have added gas to the fire—but added nothing to his report—

Tom Constand, Where does this leave people in need of care with no access?

Tom Constand, Where does this leave people in need of care with no access?

May 29, 2019

Tom Constand is the President-Michigan Brain Injury Association, CPAN Board Member, and Brain Injury Provider Council board Member.

 

*Where does this leave people in need of care with no access?

*What’s Next?

John Cornack, CPAN’s historic role in preserving and protecting No Fault

John Cornack, CPAN’s historic role in preserving and protecting No Fault

May 29, 2019

John Cornack is the President-Eisenhower Center and the President-Coalition to Protect Auto No Fault (CPAN).

 

*CPAN’s historic role in preserving and protecting No Fault

*Why was CPAN left of the sidelines during the current No Fault hearing and discussion? *Under the proposed new guidelines for No Fault in Michigan...what is the expected level of care for someone sustaining a traumatic Brain Injury or severe Spinal Cord damage?

Tim Hoste, Representing approximately 15,000 post acute care workers who’s jobs are now in jeopardy.

Tim Hoste, Representing approximately 15,000 post acute care workers who’s jobs are now in jeopardy.

May 29, 2019

Tim Hoste is the President-Michigan Brain Injury Provider Council.

*Representing approximately 15,000 post acute care workers who’s jobs are now in jeopardy.

*MBIPC is the voice of provider entities...Job Loss...Loss of Care!

*Need for educating resident of the benefits of Michigan No Fault and what it means for accident survivors?

Rich Studley, Auto Insurance Reform Negotiation Continues & Michigan Chamber Holds Onto ‘Most Effective’ Title
Steve Gruber, Rare Earth metals from China, China May Strike Back

Steve Gruber, Rare Earth metals from China, China May Strike Back

May 29, 2019

Host Steve Gruber discusses news and headlines

 

Rare Earth metals from China, China May Strike Back

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