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Scot Bertram, Wrapping it up

Scot Bertram, Wrapping it up

May 13, 2021

Scot Bertram discusses news and headlines.

Former Senator Jim DeMint, New Book:  Satan’s Dare

Former Senator Jim DeMint, New Book:  Satan’s Dare

May 13, 2021

Former Senator Jim DeMint.

New book that's being released next weekc Satan's Dare? Satan's Dare is a new take on searching for truth in a world of suffering and questions.

KT McFarland, Israel/Hamas military action

KT McFarland, Israel/Hamas military action

May 13, 2021

KT McFarland is a Former Deputy National Security Advisor.

Israel/Hamas military action

Scot Bertram, Ohio is lifting all statewide COVID-19 restrictions next month

Scot Bertram, Ohio is lifting all statewide COVID-19 restrictions next month

May 13, 2021
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, May 13, 2021—
 
 
—Here are 3 big things you need to know—
 
 
Three—  New York Congresswoman Elise Stefanik wants to be the new House Republican Conference Chair.  This comes after Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Cheney was voted from the role. In a letter to her House GOP colleges, Stefanik says she wants to have a "disciplined, unified message" among those in leadership.  
 
 
Two— With over 55-percent of people over 16 being vaccinated for COVID-19 in Michigan, Governor Gretchen Whitmer says the push is to now get 60-percent of people vaccinated with at least their first dose.  She says that will remove the curfew for restaurants and bars and increase capacity for stadiums, funeral homes, banquet centers and gyms.  
 
 

And number one— Ohio is lifting all statewide COVID-19 restrictions next month.  Governor Mike DeWine said he made the decision after the CDC approved the Pfizer vaccine for kids age 12 and up.  DeWine also noted cases and hospitalizations are continuing to decrease in the state.  

 

Casey B Mulligan, What exactly did stay-at-home policies accomplish? A new study finds more virus spread inside homes than work places.

Casey B Mulligan, What exactly did stay-at-home policies accomplish? A new study finds more virus spread inside homes than work places.

May 13, 2021

Casey B Mulligan is a professor of economics at the University of Chicago’s Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics, and served as the chief economist of the White House Council of Economic Advisers in 2018–19. Also author of You’re Hired! Untold Successes and Failures of a Populist President.

What exactly did stay-at-home policies accomplish? A new study finds more virus spread inside homes than work places.

F.H. (Frank) Buckley, New book: Curiosity

F.H. (Frank) Buckley, New book: Curiosity

May 13, 2021

F.H. (Frank) Buckley is a Foundation Professor at George Mason University’s Scalia School of Law.

New book Curiosity

Andy Puzder, Inflation worries

Andy Puzder, Inflation worries

May 13, 2021

Andy Puzder is an American attorney, author, and businessman. He is the former chief executive officer of CKE Restaurants, the parent company of Hardee's and Carl's Jr., a position he held from September 2000 to March 2017.

Inflation worries

Scot Bertram, More children are rolling up their sleeves to get protected against coronavirus.  Several states will starting giving Pfizer vaccinations to 12-to-15-year-olds today.

Scot Bertram, More children are rolling up their sleeves to get protected against coronavirus.  Several states will starting giving Pfizer vaccinations to 12-to-15-year-olds today.

May 13, 2021
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, May 13, 2021—
 
 
—Here are 3 big things you need to know—
 
 
Three—  The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is resuming construction on a small portion of the border wall in Texas.  The Corps announced it's continuing work on about 13 miles of border levee wall in the Rio Grande Valley.  That portion was left partially built when the Biden administration paused construction to review it.  
 
 
Two— Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is defending her latest trip to Florida. Whitmer said in a press conference Wednesday that her visit "was not a vacation and it was not a gift."  The governor further clarified the plane was not paid for at taxpayer's expense. 
 
 

And number one— More children are rolling up their sleeves to get protected against coronavirus.  Several states will starting giving Pfizer vaccinations to 12-to-15-year-olds today.  The CDC signed off yesterday, recommending those kids also get other routine shots at the same time.

 

Scot Bertram, Gov Whitmer defends her trip to Florida

Scot Bertram, Gov Whitmer defends her trip to Florida

May 13, 2021

Scot Bertram discusses news and headlines. 

Richard M. Ebeling, Hayek’s Still Relevant Response toToday’s Paternalist Planners

Richard M. Ebeling, Hayek’s Still Relevant Response toToday’s Paternalist Planners

May 13, 2021

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

Hayek’s Still Relevant Response toToday’s Paternalist Planners

Scot Bertram, Gas Shortage

Scot Bertram, Gas Shortage

May 13, 2021

Scot Bertram discusses news and headlines.

Scot Bertram, Millions of drivers are bracing for gas shortages to get worse, even though a major pipeline is running again

Scot Bertram, Millions of drivers are bracing for gas shortages to get worse, even though a major pipeline is running again

May 13, 2021
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, May 13, 2021—
 
 
—Here are 3 big things you need to know—
 
 
Three—  The value of cryptocurrency is plunging after Tesla stopped car purchases using bitcoin.  CEO Elon Musk tweeted his electric car company was hitting the brakes because of environmental concerns.  After that, the cryptocurrency market dropped more than 340-billion dollars.
 
 
Two— Canada's government is asking a federal judge in Grand Rapids to stall the shutdown of Enbridge Energy's Line 5 oil and natural gas pipeline.  In an amicus brief, the Trudeau administration says they have begun negotiations with the Biden administration on the pipeline.  Governor Whitmer has ordered it turned off.
 
 

And number one— Millions of drivers are bracing for gas shortages to get worse, even though a major pipeline is running again.  It'll take days for service to return fully, leaving demand to spike again.  North Carolina has been hit the hardest with empty gas stations, followed by Georgia and Virginia.

 

Ron Rademacher, Around Michigan

Ron Rademacher, Around Michigan

May 12, 2021

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

Around Michigan

Rep. Beau LaFave, Whitmer to shut down Line 5.

Rep. Beau LaFave, Whitmer to shut down Line 5.

May 12, 2021

Rep. Beau LaFave (R-Iron Mountain) is aState Representative for District 108.

Whitmer to shut down Line 5.

Tim Schultz, Wellconnect.

Tim Schultz, Wellconnect.

May 12, 2021

Tim Schultz. Wellconnect.

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