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Hour 2 - Happy 4th of July! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: The U.S. Oil & Gas Association took a hit at President Biden after he tweeted that "companies running gas stations" should simply "bring down the price you are charging at the pump," telling him that he should "please make sure the WH intern who posted this tweet registers for Econ 101 for the fall semester." The White House declined to clarify President Biden's social media post demanding that gas stations bring down the price of gas, instead pointing Fox News to a speech the president made calling for a gas tax holiday. President Biden announced Friday that Megan Rapinoe, who famously took a knee during the playing of our national anthem, will be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor.
Hour 1 - Happy 4th of July! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: We will have a 'best of' show tomorrow. We will be back in studio on Wednesday! Arizona Democrats promoted a 'f--k the 4th' event to 'mourn' the Supreme Court abortion decision. Nick shares an shares an op-ed from two assistant professors of Sociology at Missouri State University. The two write about the recent ruling from the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
Good Saturday morning! Kyle Wyatt and Mike Moon talk about a variety of topics, including: Celebrating the independence of our country! Mike Moon is giving an update on running for the 7th congressional district of Missouri Finding a church and state separation in the constitution, "It's not there." Mike Moon's election campaign
Hour 3 - Nick Reed is live at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what he covers: Starting in November, voters will need a photo ID to cast a ballot in Missouri. A satirical writer's imagination of President Donald Trump in 2018 led to a fantasy script of the unconventional president going viral. In it, Trump was depicted as ordering White House staff to create an entire TV channel devoted to gorillas. ALSO - Don Carriker stops by: Don will be hosting another seminar on Thursday, July 14, around 6 p.m. (time will be nailed down at a further date) The seminar will address renting vs. buying. Bruce with Beadles Property Maintenance joins us: Bruce shares a great message ahead of the holiday weekend. Radon Mitigation. What is it, what does it do, and how does the Beadles team treat it. If you have a home repair, make sure to give the Beadles team a call today!
Hour 2 - Dr. John Lilly joins Nick Reed this morning at Scramblers Diner. Here's what they cover: State Holidays for the month of July. Dobbs v. Jackson misconceptions. MRA endorsements. Eastern road trip. Colossus of Independence.
Happy Saturday! Dustin Atwood and Sarah Myers talk about a variety of topics in the automotive industry, including: Happy Fourth of July weekend! Dustin and Sarah share tips for prepping your vehicle for towing. Preventative maintenance is key this weekend so you don't break down with a camper, boat, trailer, etc. Make sure to check these items: Drive line Engine Brakes Cooling system Air conditioning Also make sure that your vehicle can handle what its towing. Dustin and Sarah share a few more things before you hit the road: Check your tires Check your lights Have an emergency kit Check your brakes Adjust your mirrors Pack your trailer properly
Hour 1 - Nick Reed is live at Scramblers Diner for the Friday road show. Here's what he covers: Eric Greiten launched his “No MO RINOs,” or Republicans in Name Only, statewide tour. John F. Wood said Wednesday he is running for a Missouri U.S. Senate seat as an independent. The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services says it will continue to monitor all abortions performed to assure that they're done in accordance with the provisions of the law. Following the Supreme Court of the United States' ruling in Dobbs, overturning Roe v. Wade, DHSS said Missouri law does not ban the use of contraception methods. ALSO - Ryan with A-1 Custom Car Care gives us the car care tip of the week: It's getting hotter outside... Make sure to take care of your air conditioning. Ryan talks about turning off your A/C, and what to do if it stops working.
Hour 3 - Good Thursday morning! James Clary fills in for the vacationing Nick Reed: Job shortages vs. employee shortages. Gender theory. Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson is set to join the Supreme Court on Thursday.
Hour 2 - Good Thursday morning! James Clary fills in for the vacationing Nick Reed: Will we see a food shortage soon? What would happen if we lost power? U.S. Senate candidate and former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens (R-MO) recently launched his “No MO RINOs,” or Republicans in Name Only, statewide tour. Who will the Democrats vote for in the Republican primary?
Hour 1 - Good Thursday morning! James Clary fills in for the vacationing Nick Reed: Nick will be back tomorrow morning for the Friday road show at Scramblers Diner. The testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson during the Jan. 6 hearing. The quadruple-vaccinated Dr. Fauci said he is experiencing a “much worse” COVID rebound after being treated with Pfizer's antiviral medication Paxlovid. The latest in the Russia/Ukraine. NBC says it's airing a star-studded, prime-time special to raise money for Ukraine with the aim of “spreading awareness through the power of entertainment.” Food shortages
Hour 3 - Happy Wednesday! Here's what Nick covers this hour: In case you missed it, Nick interviews our ABC Books Author of the week. Former top aide to Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows Cassidy Hutchinson made comments in a Jan. 6 Committee hearing Tuesday that former President Donald Trump insisted on going to the Capitol on January 6 and "lung[ed]" at a Secret Service agent. There was also claims that President Trump threw a plate up against the wall.
Hour 2 - Happy Wednesday! Here's what Nick covers this hour: Nick will be out on Thursday, so Kristi Fulnecky joins us this morning. James Clary will be filling in tomorrow, and Nick will be back on Friday. The Babylon Bee released a video on Tuesday that portrays the Devil at a post-game interview following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn the Roe v Wade abortion ruling. Kristi got into a fight on the Dave Matthews Facebook page. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is standing by her profane attack on Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas after she yelled "F--- Clarence Thomas'" at a Pride event in the city over the weekend.
About the book: The political philosopher Ryan T. Anderson, bestselling author of When Harry Became Sally: Responding to the Transgender Moment, teams up with the pro-life journalist Alexandra DeSanctis to expose the catastrophic failure—social, political, legal, and personal—of legalized abortion. Hope in the Ruins of Roe: With the Supreme Court poised to return abortion law to the democratic process, a powerful new book reframes the coming debate: Our fifty-year experiment with unlimited abortion has harmed everyone—even its most passionate proponents. Women, men, families, the law, politics, medicine, the media—and, of course, children (born and unborn)—have all been brutalized by the culture of death fostered by Roe v. Wade. Abortion hollows out marriage and the family. It undermines the rule of law and corrupts our political system. It turns healers into executioners and “women's health” into a euphemism for extermination. Ryan T. Anderson, a compelling and reasoned voice in our most contentious cultural debates, and the pro-life journalist Alexandra DeSanctis expose the false promises of the abortion movement and explain why it has made everything worse. Five decades after Roe, everyone has an opinion about abortion. But after reading Tearing Us Apart, no one will think about it in the same way.
Hour 1 - Good Wednesday morning! Here's what Nick covers this hour: Programming alert - Nick will be off tomorrow. James Clary will be filling in. Nick will be back on Friday at Scramblers Diner. Former top aide to Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows Cassidy Hutchinson made comments in a Jan. 6 Committee hearing that President Trump insisted on going to the Capitol and "lung[ed]" at a Secret Service agent. According to the American Farm Bureau Federation, the average cost of a summer cookout for a party of 10 is currently $69.68 — a figure that rose 17% since last year. Prices for barbecue staples such as chicken breasts, pork chops, potato salad, lemonade, and hamburger buns are more elevated than last year. Cities across the country are unable to do their usual annual fireworks displays due to "staggering fireworks shipping costs and delays," as well as labor shortages. A Pennsylvania drag queen was charged with 25 counts of child pornography, according to a criminal docket issued Thursday.
Hour 2 - Happy Tuesday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: President Biden apparently unwittingly financed his son's participation in an escort ring tied to Russia, records from a copy of Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop show. Glastonbury Festival goers that drive electric vehicles were being charged £80 per hour to charge their cars. The electric charging points are being powered by a diesel generator. Democratic South Carolina state Rep. Krystle Matthews was allegedly recorded Sunday calling for “sleepers” to infiltrate the Republican Party in South Carolina, and seemed to suggest she would accept drug money to finance her campaign.
Hour 1 - Happy Tuesday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: President Biden apparently unwittingly financed his son's participation in an escort ring tied to Russia, records from a copy of Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop show. United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson rebuked CNN's Jake Tapper on Sunday's "State of the Union" after the anchor pushed him to agree that American democracy is on "life support." Pink tells anti-abortion listeners: ‘Never f***ing listen to my music again'
Hour 3 - Happy Monday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: The Navy is threatening to penalize sailors who purposely misuse pronouns to describe transgender service members, viewing it as a violation of the service's harassment policy. From cognitive decline, rude outbursts, outrageous racial slurs, lies and cratering poll numbers, will the Dems cut Biden loose? Vice President Kamala Harris faced a rare bipartisan attack on Twitter following a post about fighting for abortion "rights" from Friday night. A growing number of major corporations, including Alaska Airlines, Dick's Sporting Goods, JPMorgan, Lyft and Apple have pledged to cover travel expenses for employees seeking out-of-state abortions.
Hour 2 - Happy Monday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: A new study has found that 96% of biologists believe that life begins at conception. This finding is even more stunning since the vast majority of the biologists surveyed were liberal, pro-choice and non-religious. “The majority of the sample identified as liberal (89%), pro-choice (85%) and non-religious (63%). In the case of Americans who expressed party preference, the majority identified as Democrats (92%).” Nick breaks down the argument of "my body, my choice." Children younger than ten watched fully nude bikers at the Seattle Pride Parade, which was kicked off by the Boy Scouts of America.
Hour 1 - Happy Monday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: The Homeland Security Department is warning that "domestic violent extremists" are likely to exploit the Supreme Court ruling reversing Roe v. Wade for weeks by intensifying violent attacks against government officials, pro-life groups and religious organizations. Individuals have been calling on social media for the assassination of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas after he issued a separate concurring opinion. President Joe Biden does not support Democrats pushing to expand the Supreme Court, the White House announced on Saturday. President Joe Biden does not support Democrats pushing to expand the Supreme Court, the White House announced on Saturday. A 29-year-old biological male who identifies as a transgender woman beat out a 13-year-old girl for first place in a New York City skateboarding tournament on Saturday.
Kyle Wyatt and Curtis Trent talk about a variety of topics, including: Pro-life and abortion decision. Dobbs vs Jackson Missouri becomes the first state to be pro-life! Curtis Trent gives an update on his run for Senate
Good Saturday morning! Guest: Annie Dustin Atwood and Sarah Myers talk about a variety of topics in the automotive industry, including: Dustin and Sarah are prerecording the show this morning because they are helping host a car event today. You can head to Cox South (1001 E Primrose St, Springfield, MO 65807) for the safety fair event! The KSGF car will be there, there will be KSGF swag, and you can hang out with Sarah and Dustin until 2 p.m. Annie also joins us this morning. Annie is the new manager over at the Sunset store. Annie gives us her background, why she decided to join the automotive industry, and why she loves her job. Sarah and Dustin talk a little repower. The importance of working for good quality people.
Hour 3 - Nick Reed is live at Scramblers Diner for Heroes Breakfast. Here's what he covers: FIFA World Cup bid leaders in Kansas City say it's required to have a tax exempt status for state and local municipalities on ticket sales if you want to host tournament games. The lovely Emily Johnson joins Nick Reed this morning: Emily talks about interest rates. Buyers are seeing a little more wiggle room now. Emily is now seeing buyers that have government loans go under contract, as well as some sellers now agreeing to pay a portion of closing costs. Emily has a new listing: 441 West Woodland Street. It's 3 bed/3 bath and it's listed at $245,000. Mary Jedzinek with Ozarks Veterans Coalition stops by: June was a busy month with the Veteran Job Fair on June 7th. There was over 30 companies that participated. June 14th was Flag Day. June 23rd was the grand opening of the Veteran Event Center. If you're a Veteran and you need a ramp built for your home, reach out to Ozarks Veterans Coalition.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed is live at Scramblers Diner for the Heroes Breakfast. Here's what he covers this hour: The Senate passed the most expansive gun control bill in decades Thursday night as 15 Republicans joined every Democrat to advance the bill to the House where it's expected to pass Friday. Sen. Roy Blunt was one of the Republicans who joined Democrats. Rep. Liz Cheney is sending mailers to Democratic households urging them to switch parties so they can vote for her in the GOP primary in August.
Hour 2 - Guest: Kristi Fulnecky Local attorney, Kristi Fulnecky, joins Nick Reed this morning. Here's what they cover: Kristi has several kiddos in summer camp in the D.C. area. Kristi talks about how run down the area has become. Kristi talks about another summer camp regarding medical programs. Kristi says that one of the speakers was a transgender in the military.
Hour 1 - Good Thursday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: President Biden was accused of demonizing working-class service station owners when he demanded they reduce the price they are charging for gas. After Senators released the text of their new gun bill — the "Bipartisan Safer Communities Act" — on Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) rushed to hold the first procedural vote on the legislation within an hour of the text going public and before many senators had a chance to digest the full 80-page bill. Tuesday night's vote prevailed 64 to 34, but the speed with which Schumer moved to a vote drew the ire of those who prefer to study legislation before voting on it, including Senator Josh Hawley who voted "no." A new survey shows that most independent and Republican voters believe that the government would ultimately abuse “red flag” laws.
Hour 3 - Happy Wednesday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: Chicago police made changes to their foot chase policies. Democrats are demanding Google ban search results for crisis pregnancy centers so women will feel they have no options but abortion. If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v Wade, the United States will still have looser abortion laws than Europe.
Hour 2 - Happy Wednesday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: Former President Trump teased Biden for falling off his bicycle by cracking a joke, pledging to a crowd that he will “never, ever ride a bicycle.” President Biden forgot to the name of the CDC Director. Less than ten percent of Americans are following the January 6 committee's hearings “very closely,” according to a new ABC News poll. Republican former U.S. Sen. John Danforth and others are urging a former federal prosecutor who is an attorney for the congressional committee investigating Jan. 6 to make an independent run for Missouri's open Senate seat.
Hour 1 - Good Wednesday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: Nearly 10 days after a “framework” agreement on additional federal gun laws was reached by a group of 20 members of the United States Senate, the text of the bill was released by Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) Tuesday night, and the Senate is currently (as of press time) taking a vote on whether or not to begin debate on the bill – even while analysts are still digesting it. President Biden will ask Congress on Wednesday to suspend the federal gas tax until September. The federal government currently charges 18 cents in taxes per gallon of gasoline.
Hour 3 – Good Tuesday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: The Islamic Republic of Iran is reportedly continuing to escalate its enrichment of uranium by preparing to use advanced centrifuges at its underground Fordow nuclear facility as U.N. experts warn that Iran now has enough of the material to build a nuclear weapon. Missouri Senate Majority Leader Caleb Rowden says he contacted law enforcement after Greitens campaign video.
Hour 2 - Good Tuesday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: Flyers have begun to appear throughout Washington D.C., warning of a "night of rage" should the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade. Ten years ago, in 2012, former President Barack Obama created the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program via executive order that has allowed nearly 800,000 illegal aliens to evade arrest and deportation. From 2012 to 2018, about 53,792 illegal aliens were awarded DACA despite having prior arrest records. Meanwhile, nearly 8,000 illegal aliens awarded DACA were later arrested for crimes. The United States Army is teaching critical race theory to cadets at West Point Academy.
Hour 1 - Good Tuesday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: Facebook removed a campaign video Monday from Missouri Republican Senate candidate Eric Greitens over a violation of the platform's rules against violence. Matthew McConaughey took to social media Friday to share a message about gun reform. California is set to raise the tax on gasoline at the end of the month.
Kyle Wyatt and Angela Romine talk about a variety of topics, including: The observation of the primary election in Idaho. Moderates are losing jobs Growing the economy and Florida. Are they doing it right? Why can't we be a Florida? Children are least likely to spread COVID-19...why do they need to get COVID vaccines? Angela's opinion on illegal aliens, property taxes, and immigration policies
Good Saturday morning! Dustin Atwood and Sarah Myers talk about a variety of topics in the automotive industry, including: Summer is here! That means that Dustin is seeing quite a few air conditioning jobs. Dustin talks about additives that are bad for your vehicle. Is there good additives for your vehicle? The short answer: yes. Dustin shares some of his favorite additives. One of Dustin's go to brands is BG Products. Dustin is also looking into the brand, Liqui Moly. The difference between oil additives and additives in oil.
Hour 3 - Nick Reed is live at Scramblers Diner for the Friday road show. Here's what he covers: Hunter Biden berated his sister-in-law Hallie Biden and accused her of ruining his life after he learned she had thrown his gun in the trash near a Delaware high school in October 2018, newly revealed texts from a copy of his abandoned laptop show. ALSO - Don & Alex Carriker join Nick this morning: Inflation, interest rates, and what is being reported in the media. The importance of understanding rates. What does the future look like for the housing market? Are we in a housing bubble? Are you looking to buy or sell your home? Give the Carriker team a call today for all your home loan needs & questions you may have! Bruce with Beadles Property Maintenance stops by: Bruce was on a roof this morning working on a vent. Bruce gives us a quick overview of some of the small general repairs they can do. Bruce also gives us background on how Beadles got started. Finally, Bruce is looking for a new team member! Are you hard working? Can you do electrical, plumbing, etc.? Give Bruce a call today! If you need a home repair, give Bruce and his team a call today!
Hour 2 - Nick Reed & Tom Martz are live at Scramblers Diner. Here's what they cover this hour: USA Today removed 23 articles from its website after an internal investigation found that one of its reporters fabricated sources. This day in history. Quote of the day. BMW Motorcycle Owners of America rally is taking place June 16-18, 2022, at the Ozark Empire Fairgrounds. Tom and Nick talk motorcycles. We the People of Missouri will be hosting their 1st annual state conference. You can find more information on the event by clicking here. HB2149 and HB1606
Hour 1 - Nick Reed is live at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what he covers this hour: President Biden appeared to get defensive during an interview Thursday when asked if his energy policies were to blame for inflation. The workers of a Starbucks location in Springfield announced on Thursday their intention to file for a National Labor Relations Board election, the first Springfield location to join the national unionization effort. The Greene County Commission awarded nearly $23 million of your tax dollars in the first distribution of American Rescue Plan Act funding. Although the fully vaccinated and doubled boosted Dr. Fauci had to testify virtually at a Senate hearing due to contracting COVID-19. During the hearing Sen. Rand Paul asked Fauci if he was familiar with the fact that no studies showed a reduction in deaths or hospitalizations for children who had received boosters. To which, the doctor acknowledged that there's not actually enough data to support the need for children to get boosted. ALSO - Chris Starks joins us this morning: Operation Market Garden. What exactly is it? Chris explains. Serenity Honors is looking for any & all LIVING WWII VETERANS who served in OPERATION MARKET GARDEN from Sep 17, 1944 – Sep 25, 1944. Paul Walker stops by for a quick chat: Mr. Walker is running for Congress. Mr. Walker shares his thoughts on Critical Race Theory and illegal drugs.
Hour 3 - Good Thursday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: Baseball great Curt Schilling sounded off on Twitter and told failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to “STFU” over her remarks on the January 6 hearings. Jane's Revenge, the group responsible for firebombing dozens of pro-life pregnancy centers throughout the country, has now threatened acts of domestic terrorism.
About the book: An examination of how America's colleges have become an intellectual hell on Earth for anyone who wishes to think rationally and seek truth and wisdom, as well as a plan for how young citizens can claim and safeguard the learning and heritage to which they are entitled. From safe-spaces and trigger warnings, to grievance studies and neo-Marxist indoctrination, to sexual degeneracy and hook-up culture, to student loan indentured servitude, to useless degrees with no translatable real-world application, the modern-day American university now functions as the complete inversion of its original purpose. Rather than creating civically-minded, competent citizens and adults able to provide for themselves, their families, and their society, America's universities now function as institutional assembly lines for the production of the new 21st century global citizen-serf: atomized, infantilized, dependent, and pacified. This book provides the definitive diagnosis of what exactly happened to America's universities while giving the reader a blueprint for how young citizens, parents, and local communities alike can safeguard, escape, and begin resisting such pernicious indoctrination and illogical woke nonsense. This ABC Books author of the week was featured on KSGF Mornings with Nick on Thursday, June 16, 2022.
Hour 2 - Good Thursday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: Children are becoming infected with up to three different viruses at the same time after widespread COVID-19 lockdowns eviscerated their immune systems, doctors have warned. President Biden will mark Pride Month by signing an executive order aimed at "advancing LGBTQI+ equality." Biden's order calls on the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to ensure minors can receive gender transition surgeries, among other things. Starbucks is reportedly planning on scrapping their bathroom policy that allowed access to non-customers due to “safety” concerns.
Hour 1 - Good Thursday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: Dr. Fauci tested positive for COVID-19. Nick reads an article from Restoring America that highlights how the Biden administration's woke agenda is undermining the healthcare system. Burger King unveiled a “Pride whopper,” which consists of the same ingredients as the chain's regular burger, but with “two equal buns.” By design, it means customers can get their sandwiches with either two top halves or two bottom halves.
Hour 3 - Happy Wednesday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: The push for electric vehicles. The Department of Homeland Security is preparing to discipline "multiple" horseback Border Patrol agents involved in the infamous "whipping" incident of Haitian migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border back in September. A Democrat Senate candidate in Iowa wants to make the state more "liberal." Caterpillar said on Tuesday it would move its global headquarters to a Dallas suburb from the construction equipment maker's century-long home in Illinois.
Hour 1 - Happy Wednesday! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: South Carolina Republican Congressman who voted to impeach President Trump, Rep. Tom Rice, lost the Republican primary to state Rep. Russell Fry. Republican Mayra Flores is projected to win a special election in Texas' 34th Congressional District, flipping a House seat after Rep. Filemon Vela, who held the seat for nearly 10 years, resigned in March and vacated the seat. A group partially bankrolled by liberal billionaire George Soros is set to purchase 18 Hispanic radio stations across 10 different markets but conservatives are fighting back, calling it a move that "reeks of desperation" to control Latino voters who have been ditching the Democratic Party. The World Health Organization announced Tuesday that it will rename the monkeypox virus, which has infected more than 1,600 people in 39 countries this year, after a group of scientists voiced concerns that the name could be stigmatizing.
Hour 2 - Good Tuesday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: A former American Express employee says he was a victim of a diversity push and had experienced critical race theory-related training sessions. Texas gubernatorial candidate Beto O'Rourke (D-Texas) is trailing Republican Gov. Greg Abbott by 18.3 percent in a new poll. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) suggested Monday that looking into juvenile criminal background records as part of a background check before a person can purchase a firearm could be racist.
Hour 1 - Good Tuesday morning! Here's what Nick Reed covers this hour: The latest poll numbers for Joe Biden are not looking good. Rasmussen Reports says President Biden is sitting at just 38 percent approval. President Joe Biden will travel to Saudi Arabia next month as gas in the U.S. tops to $5 per gallon for the first time in history. An MSNBC host deleted his own Twitter thread this weekend after receiving backlash for taking shot at a local restaurant owner who felt the economy was in recession. A kidnapping suspect called Seattle police officers during a chase, telling them a newly passed Democratic law prevented them from pursuing him.
Hour 3 - Good Monday morning! Here's what Nick covers this morning: CBS opted to bump a Young Sheldon rerun from its 8 p.m. primetime slot in favor of the Jan 6th committee hearing on Thursday evening. The decision backfired. Just 3.24 million people watched the network's "Capitol Assault Hearings" coverage Thursday night, according to the TV Ratings Guide. Exactly one week prior, 3.86 million people tuned into CBS to watch a Young Sheldon rerun. Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley said during the January 6 Select Committee hearing on Thursday that then-President Donald Trump did not call the Pentagon to request National Guard troops to address the Capitol attack, but they did not mention Trump had already approved National Guard troops.
Hour 2 - Good Monday morning! Here's what Nick covers this morning: The New York Times has a story about Biden running in 2024. A mass protest is scheduled outside of the Supreme Court. A bipartisan group of senators announced a “commonsense” agreement on a gun package Sunday.
Hour 1 - Good Monday morning! Here's what Nick covers this morning: A bipartisan group of senators announced a "commonsense" agreement on a gun package Sunday. The news of the assassination attempt against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh was ignored by all the Sunday political shows on ABC, CBS, NBC and CNN. President Biden claimed that inflation had gone down if you did not count food and gas, even though overall inflation went up.
Happy Saturday! Dustin Atwood and Sarah Myers talk about a variety of topics in the automotive industry, including: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is looking into dozens of reports of Broncos suffering "catastrophic engine failure." Dustin has noticed more vehicles coming into the shop that have been sitting. Sarah shares a story about a vehicle broke down on the side of the road that had the gas stolen. Dustin shares several stories about difficult vehicle repairs.