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Cheri Perry, Survey: More than two-thirds of companies may be working from home forever.

Cheri Perry, Survey: More than two-thirds of companies may be working from home forever.

June 26, 2020

Cheri Perry is a business strategist and workplace expert who works with companies and organizations from coast to coast.

Survey: More than two-thirds of companies may be working from home forever.

Scot Bertram, Hour 2 - Three Big Things You Need to Know

Scot Bertram, Hour 2 - Three Big Things You Need to Know

June 26, 2020

Live—from the campus of Hillsdale College in beautiful Hillsdale Michigan— this is Scot Bertram in for Steve on the Steve Gruber Show for

–Friday June 26, 2020 —

 

—Here are 3 big things you need to know—

 

Three—  The House has passed an expansive Democratic-led measure that would revamp law enforcement practices following calls for change after the death of George Floyd. The largely party-line vote of 236 to 181 happened the day after Democrats in the Senate killed the possibility of even debating a measure in the upper chamber, meaning this is largely a moot point.

 

Two— 100 days into the pandemic, many items on store shelves are still hard to come by — you know that. But they aren't all items you might expect to be in high demand. We'll run down a list.

And number one— The national media's adoration of Gov. Whitmer knows no bounds. Another puff piece has been published, this time in the New York Times Magazine. Would you believe she's the hero, a lone figure standing up against events outside her control?

 

Nic Rowan, ‘We are tearing this statue down’: Protesters target memorial to emancipated slaves

Nic Rowan, ‘We are tearing this statue down’: Protesters target memorial to emancipated slaves

June 26, 2020

Nic Rowan is a writer for the Washington Examiner. He lives in Washington.

'We are tearing this statue down': Protesters target memorial to emancipated slaves

Dr. Lauren Wright, Biden’s VP pick: It’s the right thing to do, but Trump will play to people’s worst fears and prejudices 

Dr. Lauren Wright, Biden’s VP pick: It’s the right thing to do, but Trump will play to people’s worst fears and prejudices 

June 26, 2020

Dr. Lauren Wright, Associate Research Scholar and Lecturer – Teaches Presidency and Executive Power at Princeton University.

Biden’s VP pick: It’s the right thing to do, but Trump will play to people’s worst fears and prejudices 

Scot Bertram, Headlines News

Scot Bertram, Headlines News

June 26, 2020

Scot Bertram discusses headline news.

Scot Bertram, Hour 1 - Three Big Things You Need to Know

Scot Bertram, Hour 1 - Three Big Things You Need to Know

June 26, 2020

Live—from the campus of Hillsdale College in beautiful Hillsdale Michigan— this is Scot Bertram in for Steve on the Steve Gruber Show for

–Friday June 26, 2020 —

 

—Here are 3 big things you need to know—

 

Three—  The Minneapolis City Council could vote as soon as today on whether to add an amendment to the city charter to dismantle the police department. The possible move comes after council members approved a ban on police chokeholds and neck restraints as part of an agreement with the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.   

Two— Seven people died after a car fleeing the U.S. Border Patrol crashed early Thursday morning in downtown El Paso, Texas. The crash was one of the deadliest in recent El Paso memory.

And number one— Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive order Thursday that will allow for the return of professional sports, without a live audience. The order comes the same week Major League Baseball reached an agreement with the Players Association on a shortened 60-game season. The season will begin July 24 for the Detroit Tigers.

 

Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey, Continued.

Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey, Continued.

June 25, 2020

Senator Mike Shirkey continues the Conversation.

Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey, Return to Learn, Gyms Opening, Nursing Homes.

Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey, Return to Learn, Gyms Opening, Nursing Homes.

June 25, 2020

Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey.

Return to Learn, Gyms Opening, Nursing Homes. 

Steve Milloy, When It Comes to Fracking, Which Biden Should We Believe?

Steve Milloy, When It Comes to Fracking, Which Biden Should We Believe?

June 25, 2020

Steve Milloy publishes JunkScience.com, served on the Trump EPA transition team and is the author of “Scare Pollution: Why and How to Fix the EPA” (Bench Press, 2016).

When It Comes to Fracking, Which Biden Should We Believe?

Scot Bertram, Hour 3 - 3 Big Things You Need To Know

Scot Bertram, Hour 3 - 3 Big Things You Need To Know

June 25, 2020

Live—from the campus of Hillsdale College in beautiful Hillsdale Michigan— this is Scot Bertram in for Steve on the Steve Gruber Show for

–Thursday June 25, 2020 —

 

—Here are 3 big things you need to know—

Three—  Former Vice President Joe Biden has widened his lead over President Donald Trump in Wisconsin and narrowly leads the president in Ohio, according to a pair of polls out Wednesday. There's a long way to go and time to close that gap. 

Two— A  U.S. Court of Appeals panel intervened Wednesday night to keep indoor gyms in Michigan closed hours before they were scheduled to reopen under a lower court's order. We'll ask Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey about this and more later this hour

And number one— Democrats block a police reform bill from moving forward in the Senate. You won't hear that on the mainstream media newscasts, but you will here. And we'll have audio from Sen. Tim Scott to share.

Mark Mix, Law-Enforcement Unions Have Too Much Power And Act As An Obstacle To Police Reforms

Mark Mix, Law-Enforcement Unions Have Too Much Power And Act As An Obstacle To Police Reforms

June 25, 2020

Mark Mix, is President of the National Right to Work Committee which is a 2.8 million member public policy organization. He also serves as President of the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation. 

Law-Enforcement Unions Have Too Much Power And Act As An Obstacle To Police Reforms

Julie Gunlock, How Gun-Control Groups Are Invading PTA Meetings

Julie Gunlock, How Gun-Control Groups Are Invading PTA Meetings

June 25, 2020

Julie Gunlock is director of Independent Women's Forum's center for progress and innovation. She is the author of the book From Cupcakes to Chemicals: How the Culture of Alarmism Makes Us Afraid of Everything and How to Fight Back.

How Gun-Control Groups Are Invading PTA Meetings

Mark Greathead, Tri-County Alliance: Schools Face $1 Billion in New Costs in Order to Safely Reopen in the Fall

Mark Greathead, Tri-County Alliance: Schools Face $1 Billion in New Costs in Order to Safely Reopen in the Fall

June 25, 2020

Mark Greathead, superintendent of Woodhaven-Brownstown Schools and TCA President about the critical need for immediate K-12 funding.

Tri-County Alliance: Schools Face $1 Billion in New Costs in Order to Safely Reopen in the Fall

 

Scot Bertram, Hour 2 - 3 big things you need to know

Scot Bertram, Hour 2 - 3 big things you need to know

June 25, 2020

Live—from the campus of Hillsdale College in beautiful Hillsdale Michigan— this is Scot Bertram in for Steve on the Steve Gruber Show for

–Thursday June 25, 2020 —

 —Here are 3 big things you need to know—

Three—  We'll get the new unemployment figures later this morning. Estimates are that between 1.3 million to 1.4 million people filed initial applications last week. That would fall below the 1.5 million who sought first-time aid the week before.

Two— The Democratic National Convention will be held over four days in August, but in a far more scaled-back fashion.  Convention delegates who would normally fill a basketball arena to cheer on Joe Biden as he accepts the Democratic presidential nomination are being instructed not to make plans to travel to Milwaukee and are being told they should conduct their business remotely. 

And number one— Sen. Tim Scott ripped into Democrats Wednesday after the bill he authored on police reform failed in the Senate on a procedural vote. He accused Democrats of punting on the issue until after the election and abusing what he described as their "monopoly" on black voters. Audio coming up...

 

Scot Bertram, News and Headlines

Scot Bertram, News and Headlines

June 25, 2020

Scot Bertram discusses news and headlines.

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