The Steve Gruber Show
Scot Bertram, Economy

Scot Bertram, Economy

July 31, 2020

Scot Bertram discusses news and headlines.

Casey B. Mulligan, His new book, You’re Hired! Untold Successes and Failures of A Populist President

Casey B. Mulligan, His new book, You’re Hired! Untold Successes and Failures of A Populist President

July 31, 2020

Casey B. Mulligan is an insider, scholar, and Chief Economist of the President's Council of Economic Advisers.

 

His new book, You’re Hired! Untold Successes and Failures of A Populist President

Steve Dulan, Gun stores seeing an ammo shortage they say could last into 2021

Steve Dulan, Gun stores seeing an ammo shortage they say could last into 2021

July 31, 2020

Steve Dulan, is a licensed attorney and real estate broker. He is also a Member of the Board of Directors, Michigan Coalition of Responsible Gun Owners.

 

Gun stores seeing an ammo shortage they say could last into 2021

Scot Bertram, Americans’ views of China have continued to sour

Scot Bertram, Americans’ views of China have continued to sour

July 31, 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 July 31, 2020—

 

—Here are 3 big things you need to know—

 

Three—  Americans’ views of China have continued to sour, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. Today, 73% of U.S. adults say they have an unfavorable view of the country, up 26 percentage points since 2018.

 

 

Two— The Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman would be celebrating a birthday today, if he were still with us. We hear some wisdom throughout the show from this most brilliant man.

 

 

And number one— The New York Times reports that teachers unions across the country are threatening to strike if classrooms reopen, but are also pushing to limit live remote teaching. So, what is it exactly that they are willing to do

Alexandra DeSanctis, States Are Working to Expand School Choice during the Pandemic

Alexandra DeSanctis, States Are Working to Expand School Choice during the Pandemic

July 31, 2020

Alexandra DeSanctis is a staff writer for National Review and a visiting fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.

 

States Are Working to Expand School Choice during the Pandemic

Congressman Tim Walberg, HEALS Act

Congressman Tim Walberg, HEALS Act

July 31, 2020

Congressman Tim Walberg Michigan's 7th congressional district. 

 

HEALS Act.

David Safavian, Automatic expungement plan would offer a ‘Clean Slate’ with bipartisan support

David Safavian, Automatic expungement plan would offer a ‘Clean Slate’ with bipartisan support

July 31, 2020

David Safavian is the General Counsel of the American Conservative Union.

 

Automatic expungement plan would offer a 'Clean Slate' with bipartisan support

Scot Bertram, Senate became bogged down in partisan fighting and left town without a resolution to the crisis

Scot Bertram, Senate became bogged down in partisan fighting and left town without a resolution to the crisis

July 31, 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 July 31, 2020—

 

—Here are 3 big things you need to know—

 

Three—  With federal unemployment benefits expiring today, the Senate became bogged down in partisan fighting and left town without a resolution to the crisis. The next chance to take up new legislation will be Monday.

 

 

Two— 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' will make staffing changes in response to an internal workplace review following complaints of employee mistreatment. The review followed a story in which mostly former employees anonymously alleged racism, intimidation and a toxic work culture.

 

 

And number one— A Philadelphia local news experiment with mail-in ballots ends In disaster, with residents telling a reporter, "I Just Don't Trust The Mail". We'll have audio and results coming up.

Tori Sachs, Whitmer Shuts Down Bars, Limits Gatherings, Opens Casinos While Taking No Action To Stop Outbreaks In Nursing Homes

Tori Sachs, Whitmer Shuts Down Bars, Limits Gatherings, Opens Casinos While Taking No Action To Stop Outbreaks In Nursing Homes

July 31, 2020

Tori Sachs is the executive director of Michigan Rising Action. 

 

Whitmer Shuts Down Bars, Limits Gatherings, Opens Casinos While Taking No Action To Stop Outbreaks In Nursing Homes

Seton Motley, DC Yet Again Hiding Terrible and Unpopular Ideas - In Terrible and Less Unpopular Ideas

Seton Motley, DC Yet Again Hiding Terrible and Unpopular Ideas - In Terrible and Less Unpopular Ideas

July 31, 2020

Seton Motley is the founder and president of Less Government

 

DC Yet Again Hiding Terrible and Unpopular Ideas - In Terrible and Less Unpopular Ideas

Scot Bertram, News and Headlines

Scot Bertram, News and Headlines

July 31, 2020

Scot Bertram discusses news and headlines.

Scot Bertram, Wisconsin has become the 34th state to require face coverings

Scot Bertram, Wisconsin has become the 34th state to require face coverings

July 31, 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 July 31, 2020—

 

—Here are 3 big things you need to know—

 

Three—  Wisconsin has become the 34th state to require face coverings to limit spread of the coronavirus as Gov. Tony Evers issued an order mandating their use indoors -- except for private residences -- through the end of September. Meanwhile, a Florida couple has been arrested and charged with violating quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19,

 

 

Two— The Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman would be celebrating a birthday today, if he were still with us. We hear some wisdom throughout the show from this most brilliant man.

 

 

And number one— Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's decision to tighten restrictions on two rural regions of Michigan is intensifying a high-stakes debate over how to respond to the clashing trends of increasing cases but dwindling deaths. Why can't we see the data and science driving these decisions?

Dr. John Lott, Peaceful Protest, Are Not So Peaceful.

Dr. John Lott, Peaceful Protest, Are Not So Peaceful.

July 30, 2020

Dr. John Lott, President Crime Prevention Research Center. Crime research dot org.

 

“Peaceful Protests” Result In Many Dozens Of Police Officers Injured

Tom Norton, Campaign to Congress. Primaries Around The Corner.

Tom Norton, Campaign to Congress. Primaries Around The Corner.

July 30, 2020

Tom Norton is an America-First, Conservative Veteran running for Congress as a republican in Michigan’s Third District. 

 

Campaign to Congress. Primaries Around The Corner.

David Kallman, Keith Wood Wins in Michigan Supreme Court, Jury Tampering Conviction Overturned

David Kallman, Keith Wood Wins in Michigan Supreme Court, Jury Tampering Conviction Overturned

July 30, 2020

David Kallman, Senior Counsel Great Lakes Justice Center.

 

Keith Wood Wins in Michigan Supreme Court, Jury Tampering Conviction Overturned