Politics and current events from the Czar of Talk Radio.
To begin the hour, Michael Berry talks about how it is important that people don't see themselves as victims no matter what their hardships are; after watching a High school Football QB who was born with no legs, Berry sits down and talks with the player about his life and challenges he has had to face; Former Navy Seal, Jack Carr joins the program to talk about his time in Afghanistan and why he became a navy seal.
To begin the hour, Berry talks about how a lot of people want someone to validate their decisions when it comes to getting the vaccine; After racism has been declared a public health crisis, Berry talks about this as well; after Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe talked about what schools should be teaching, Berry talks about how absurd it is that they believe teachers should decide what kids should learn and whether or not they should be vaccinated; After being denied the opportunity to donate a kidney due to vaccination status, Berry talks to both the donor and the woman who needs the kidney; Health writer Michael Moss joins the program to talk about how American society can do better with the food we eat and the certain things schools can do to help children find a better diet.
To start the show, Berry talks about a gift he was given when his assistant brought him the mail today form a prison inmate; He continues to talk about the vaccine mandate and what is next for the city of Chicago as they continue to face turmoil form officers refusing to get the jab; Mother of Ashley Babbitt, Micki Witthoeft joins the program to talk about how life has been after losing her daughter; New York Post report Ebony Bowden joins the program to talk about a story she wrote about Hunter Biden that got removed, she talks about that
To begin the show, Michael Berry talks about how College Football crowds haven't led to an uptick of Hospitalizations like the mainstream media would have thought; With many police officers around the country walking out on their jobs because of the Vaccine Mandates, Berry goes over this as well; Radio Host, Dan Bongino has made it clear that he will not stick around if his company keeps his mandate around, Berry talks about this; Former Colonel Oliver North joins the program to talk about his new Book “we didn't fight for socialism: America's veterans speak up.” He also talks about the state of Russia today
As of August 19, 2021, Mary Jo has the distinction of being the longest tenured employee at CVS Health — 62 years. “I don't have any plans to retire. I tried that once and they wouldn't let me go. So, I just cut my hours down to part time,” says the life-long pharmacy technician at store #6767 in Freeport, Texas.
To begin the hour, Berry talks about the 2020 election and his evidence that mail-in ballots favorited the democrats; Author and Film maker, Molly Hemingway joins the show to talk about her new book plus she talks about her recent interview she had with Donald Trump; A woman who was arrested for staying near her passing daughter, He talks about why the COVID protocols are getting out of hand; Gun activist Antonia Oakafor joins the program to talk about her experience as a woman of color and a gun owner and why it's important for women to own guns.
It's an open line Friday, in the first segment Ramon and Berry do their week recap as they do each Friday; With Southwest Airlines in the news, Berry pops a top to the pilots who are pushing back against the vaccine mandate; Shirley Q licker also joins the program as well; It's an open line Friday, Michael does a lighting round where callers quote a movie and Michael Berry has to guess what movie it's from.
To begin the show, Michael Berry talks about the growing inflation that is happening in the United States, he talks about how making $1000 more in a year wouldn't make much difference in the grand scheme of things. He also suggests the readings of Milton Friedman to learn more about this topic; former Papa John's CEO and Pizza Expert John Schnatter joins the program to talk about his article he wrote in Town Hall and how this administration is hurting small businesses; Stanford professor and author William Damon joins the program to talk about his new book, “A round of golf with my father”
As the border crisis rages on, Michael Berry talks about how the Biden Administration has granted 32,000 parolees into the United States; He also talks about the covid vaccine mandates and how it affected a man who is in need of a new kidney; With hospitals becoming understaffed, Berry talks about how mandates have affected business; writer and political commentator Leonidas Johnson makes an appearance to talk about Dave Chappelle's controversial Netflix special the Closer. After Jon Gruden resigned, Berry expands on that as well.
To begin the show, Michael Berry talks about how Americans need find more common ground to help the country go forward when it comes to the border; Senator Ted Cruz joins the program to expand on this; Author Jack Posobiec also joins the program to talk about his new children's book “The Island Of Free Ice Cream”; Congressional candidate
Michael talks about the Southwest Airline debacle and the vaccine mandate. American economist and author Peter Navarro joins the show to share some thoughts about Dr. Fauci and more. Michael quickly explains about all that was done by Democrats to get Trump out of office. He also asks Navarro to speak about his concerns when it comes to growth and the China influence.
Michael starts the show with some music to get your Friday drive home off on the right foot. He then goes into the week in review. Michael also talks about those who are exempt from the vaccine mandate; “Do as I say not as I do.” He also suggests that those kids who are home schooled end up being more successful than those in public schools. In the second hour we hear Joe Biden rambling during a press conference. We also play I Truly Believe.
Peter Navarro was former Assistant to President Donald Trump and author of In Trump Time: A Journal of America's Plague Year. Navarro also served as Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, and the national Defense Production Act policy coordinator inside the Trump White House.
Michael talks about the volume play with Facebook and the group of individuals that use it as their platform. He also gets into how there is too little discussion about economics. In the second hour Michael explains how the role of Big Tech in our lives has dramatically changed our politics. Theresa calls in to tell a story about when she was cancelled.