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Hour 3 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Ideas are being floated that Kamala Harris and Pete Buttigieg could run together in 2024 and make a "strong" ticket. VP Harris and former First Lady Michelle Obama are in the lead for a 2024 presidential run if President Biden decides not to try for a second term, a new Hill-HarrisX poll found. Workers at a Burger King in Springfield walked out citing "black mold" and sewage overflow problems. Health inspectors say they didn't find the issues the workers were reporting, but will be back. The Democratic leader of the Kansas House of Representatives called on Rep. Aaron Coleman to step down after his colleague's arrest Saturday for allegedly driving under the influence. The Women's Tennis Association (WTA) CEO Steve Simon said Saturday that email exchanges purportedly from Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai show “her responses were influenced by others.”
Hour 2 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Nick shares an opinion piece about Critical Race Theory (CRT) in Springfield Public Schools. A Canadian school board withdrew support for an event featuring Yazidi activist, former ISIS sex slave, and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Nadia Murad out of concern it could foster “Islamophobia” and “offend” Muslim students. The Salvation Army recently defended an internal racism guide that discouraged "colorblindness" and encouraged staff members to "apologize for being white" after the guide faced backlash. Sarah went to post the "Let's Talk About Racism" guide that The Salvation Army was promoting. They've removed it. Matthew McConaughey announced Sunday that he has decided against a run for Texas governor amid speculation that the actor might enter the race.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: We have a busy week! First, Santa's Angels kicks off. You can stop by A-1 Custom Car Care off Sunset, Emily Johnson at Rhoads Real Estate, Altec Computers, Crown Power & Equipment, or Greene County Freight and Food Sales to pick a kiddo off the Christmas tree. On Friday, December 3rd, we have a KSGF Heroes Veterans Breakfast at Scramblers Diner! From 6 to 9 a.m., veterans can eat FREE! Also on Friday (December 3rd), we have Nick Reed's 417 Holiday Favorites! Nick Reed will scour the area for the best holiday shopping locations that the 417 has to offer! You can join us on Facebook Live as Nick stops by area businesses throughout the day and gives you gift ideas for Christmas! And finally, we will wrap Friday up (December 3rd) with a special KSGF Holiday Happy Hour at Whiskey Tango! During happy hour, you will have a chance to win a special grand prize gift basket full of items from each featured location from Nick Reed's 417 Holiday Favorites! Happy hour will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. Sen. Elizabeth Warren asked the Department of Justice to open an investigation into anti-competitive practices by the poultry industry as turkey prices soar.
In this podcast, we will be listening to the audio from a recent webinar with Nick Reed, Chief Strategy offices at BiZZdesign, and Jason Bloomberg from President and Found of the analysts firm Intellyx. Jason is a leading author, keynote speaker, and globally recognized expert in enterprise technology and digital transformation.In this session, Nick and Jason discuss The Secret for Architects in Driving Digital Transformation and how Architectures can take a design-led approach to architecture to ensure the success of their digital transformation initiatives.
Hour 3 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: COVID-19 booster shots may become the new standard to be considered fully vaccinated, according to Dr. Fauci.
Hour 2 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: The Loudoun County sheriff accused the school district's superintendent of taking actions that enabled a male student who had sexually assaulted a girl in a girls' restroom to go on to assault another student in another public school. The sheriff also questioned the superintendent's promised investigation into the assaults. President Biden's Department of Education will no longer ask school districts for data pertaining to teacher-on-student sexual assault allegations. Candidates for Springfield's City Council can now be prosecuted for falsely swearing an oath that they are eligible to hold office.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Just a heads up - we will have a 'Best of' Nick Reed on Thursday and Friday as we celebrate Thanksgiving. We will be back in studio on Monday! We hope you have a great holiday weekend! The Loudoun County sheriff accused the school district's superintendent of taking actions that enabled a male student who had sexually assaulted a girl in a girls' restroom to go on to assault another student in another public school. The sheriff also questioned the superintendent's promised investigation into the assaults. The Department of Education is proposing to roll back attempts at collecting additional data on teacher-perpetrated sexual assaults, prompting concerns about transparency in reporting faculty misconduct. The city of Republic is getting a Whataburger! President Biden intends to run for reelection in 2024. Nick shares some rumors about if Kamala Harris will stay VP. A Missouri judge ruled on COVID-19 health orders and the power to impose mandates.
Hour 3 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: President Biden said the Department of Energy will release 50 million barrels of oil held in the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve, as Americans pay more for gas now than they have in years. Jen Psaki claimed Monday that Walt Disney World halting its employee vaccine mandate showed Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has taken "steps backward" fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. A Texas youth football team was booted from the league in the middle of the playoffs for "being too good."
Hour 2 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: NPR Politics White House correspondent Tamara Keith spoke at Drury University last week. Keith talked about how the media was in "danger" during the Trump Administration. Texas Democrat Beto O'Rourke launched his 2022 gubernatorial campaign earlier this month. During a campaign event, a rancher yelled O'Rourke, "On behalf of the ranchers, the oil and gas and farmers, I'm in your grill telling you don't come back. You ain't taking my guns, either. Nobody wants you here. No means no. Three times – you lost twice. No means no!"" White House staff employed a new feature for President Joe Biden on Monday, playing music as he exited his fake White House set. On Friday, as the White House celebrated the “Pardoning of the National Thanksgiving Turkey,” a small girl in her mother's arms recoiled as President Biden moved in toward her personal space, first turning her head away sharply then flinging her elbow up as he tried to poke her with his finger. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, revealed in a new interview, that she doesn't necessarily support the details in a bill she endorsed last year that would abolish federal prisons over the course of 10 years, admitting that there are some people who legitimately belong behind bars.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: There will be a 'best of' Nick Reed on Thursday and Friday as we celebrate Thanksgiving. The Today Show gave "tips" on how to cut costs this Thanksgiving. Some of the tips include getting rid of the turkey, having your guests Venmo you money for the meal, or cut people from the guest list. NPR Politics White House correspondent Tamara Keith spoke at Drury University last week. A former New York Times reporter claims the newspaper held her story about the ravaging effects of the Kenosha riots on impoverished neighborhoods until after the 2020 elections.
Hour 3 - Guest: Missouri AG - Eric Schmitt Missouri Attorney General, Eric Schmitt, joins Nick Reed this morning. Here's what they cover: Missouri is leading the charge when it comes to fighting against forced vaccine mandates. Anti-discrimination laws. Last week, AG Schmitt filed suit against Springfield Public Schools alleging sunshine law violations in relation to requests for information regarding Critical Race Theory. ALSO - Police say roughly 80 people carried out a mass looting at a Nordstrom store near San Francisco over the weekend. Nick covers multiple stories of crime waves across the country.
Hour 2 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: City Utilities announced that it's set to purchase two electric buses. CoxHealth CEO, Steve Edwards, announced that he will be retiring. The International Olympic Committee said they held a 30-minute call with Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai. Peng wrote on social media earlier this month alleging sexual abuse she suffered at the hands of China's former vice-premier Zhang Gaoli. Peng claimed Zhang, 75, forced her to have sex despite repeated refusals following a round of tennis three years ago. The post was quickly deleted and then Peng disappeared from social media for over two weeks.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: We will have a 'best of' Nick Reed on Thursday and Friday to celebrate Thanksgiving! A vehicle plowed through a holiday parade procession in downtown Waukesha, Wisconsin, Sunday, killing multiple bystanders, including children. After Sunday's Christmas parade horror in Waukesha, Wisconsin, an Illinois Democrat tied the tragedy as a form of payback for Friday's acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse. "It was probably just self-defense," read one of a series of mocking social media posts from Mary Lemanski, who is listed as the social media director for the Democratic Party in DuPage County, Illinois. New York Post reporter Karol Markiewicz is identifying the suspect as Darrell E. Brooks.
Hour 3 – Tom Martz is filling in this morning for Nick Reed with a special guest Rebecca Kiessling. Here's what they cover this hour: Rebecca shares about the organization "Save The 1" How do custody rights determine in Missouri vs Michigan? Comparison of the Missouri VS Michigan Law regarding rape Gender-neutral law in Missouri regarding rape How do Police Departments handle rape kits?
Hour 2 – Tom Martz is filling in this morning for Nick Reed with a special guest John Montgomery. Here's what they cover this hour: Tom Martz shares about how he started riding bikes Frisco Highline Trails. John Montgomery talks about how did railroad become a trail Springfield to Bolivar connection. What was the idea behind creating this trail? How did John Montgomery purchase the railroad and why? How do you manage such a big land?
Hour 1 – Tom Martz is filling in this morning for Nick Reed. Here's what he covers this hour: Political parties. How do they exist and why do they exist? Committeemen and committee women. How do candidates get approved? Voting. “90% of those who vote Republican, don't even belong to that party. Those people don't do anything for that party.” Tom Martz is a “political party manipulator”?!
Hour 2 – Guest: Kristi Fulnecky Nick Reed ,Sarah Myers, and Kristi Fulnecky are broadcasting from the 2021 KSGF Great Escape from Jamaica. Here's what they cover this morning: Sarah shares some big news! Kristi talks about what it's like to represent certain cases. The struggle of finding help. Kristi and Nick talk about the late Dee Wampler.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed and Sarah Myers are broadcasting from the 2021 KSGF Great Escape from Jamaica. Here's what they cover this morning: We're excited to broadcast from Jamaica this morning! Sarah is going to *attempt* to do a Facebook live so you can enjoy the sights and sounds of Jamaica. The poll numbers keep getting worse and worse from Biden and Harris. Sharla gives a shoutout to her friends back in Billings. Fort Worth parents told Fox News that they felt threatened when a parent who defended critical race theory turned to the crowd during a school board meeting and said, "I got over 1,000 soldiers ready to go," before adding, "locked and loaded," as officers escorted him out of the room.
Hour 3 – Darin Chappell is filling in this morning for Nick Reed. Here's what he covers this hour: Nursing homes are shut down over vaccine mandates. Shortage of nurses and doctors Vaccine mandates. "People are losing their minds" "Vaccination doesn't keep you from getting COVID" Jacobson v. Massachusetts 1905 and Buck vs Bell 1927
Hour 2 – Darin Chappell and Curtis Trent are filling in this morning for Nick Reed. Here's what they cover this hour: Curtis talks about his legislative agenda for the electoral year and local government Curtis talks about something that he has been working with for the past few years Protecting students' privacy. Cybersecurity and data protectiveness The responsibility of choosing candidates Curtis Trent shares about his event. Make sure to swing by Discovery Center tomorrow at 5:30 PM!
Hour 1 – Darin Chappell is filling in this morning for Nick Reed this morning. Here's what he covers this hour: News concerning inflation. What is inflation? How does it work? Basic economics. Who do we blame for what is going on? “If we don't get inflation under control it can come back again” What are the causes of inflation? “It's not just oil, it's also supply chain issues”
Hour 3 - Nick Reed is live on location at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what he covers: Newly released internal emails reveal that the National School Boards Association coordinated with the White House and the Department of Justice before sending President Biden the notorious letter that compared concerned parents to domestic terrorists. New York BLM co-founder Hawk Newsome openly threatened NYC's incoming mayor, Eric Adams, with “riots” “fire” and “bloodshed” if Adams sticks to his campaign promise to bring back undercover cops in an attempt to stop gun violence in a city racked with crime. ALSO - The lovely Emily Johnson joins us for a quick chat: Emily shares her experience on a catamaran. Emily has lots of buyers that need to find a home! If you're in Rogersville with acreage, house with a pool in the Springfield/Cherokee school district, and Republic, Emily wants to talk to you! Ryan with A-1 Custom Car Care stops by to give the car care tip of the week: We're in that part of the year where your windshield will fog early in the morning. What causes fog on the inside of your windshield in the first place? Keep a dry and clean microfiber towel to battle the fog. Local attorney and Saturday show host Kyle Wyatt joins us: Kyle gives his legal expertise on the Kyle Rittenhouse trial.
Hour 2 - Nick Reed and Tom Martz are live on location at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what they cover: On this day in history. COVID-19 in sports. Taxes, rentals, housing, and more. The Kyle Rittenhouse case.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed is live on location at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what he covers today: Nick gives an update on the Kyle Rittenhouse case and how the left is handling it. Media figures went wild on Wednesday with accusations of bias on the part of Kyle Rittenhouse trial Judge Bruce Schroeder after his ringtone erupted in the courtroom — allegedly to Lee Greenwood's “God Bless the USA.” Former President Bill Clinton once propositioned a one-time staffer to former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio to join him in his hotel room while he was a married man. The Justice Department is quietly correcting the record about where Vice President Kamala Harris was during Jan. 6th. ALSO - Chris Stark with Honor Flight of the Ozarks stops by for a chat: Chris thanks all of the local restaurants and businesses that offered free goods for Veterans Day. Chris also gives an update on the Preserving America event & how much was raised for Honor Flight of the Ozarks.
Hour 3 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Nick shares a piece from The Federalist on how 31 Republicans helped Democrats take over the country. You can read that piece by clicking here. A total of 32 House and Senate Republicans helped push President Joe Biden's $1.2 trillion infrastructure package over the finish line, most of whom have been showered with campaign cash from the leading lobbying group behind the bill — the United States Chamber of Commerce. ALSO - Wes Scroggins joins Nick Reed this morning: Mark your calendar for Saturday, November 20th, for a Vaccine Mandate Rally in Jefferson City. The rally will take place at 10 a.m. at the state capitol in the Rotunda. This rally is being organized by Mike Moon.
Local attorney Kristi Fulnecky joins Nick Reed this morning. Here's what they cover: The Camdenton School Board discussed leaving the Missouri School Board Association at Monday night's meeting. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is facing criticism after being spotted maskless at a lavish wedding with a large group of people while children in her state are required to wear masks in school. A judge denied a request to recuse himself in a lawsuit involving a mother and CoxHealth CEO Steve Edwards. Kristi is unable to comment on the case, but KY3 wrote an article updating the case. Vice President Kamala Harris was in France earlier this week and used a fake French accent.
Join us tomorrow for the Friday Road Show at Scramblers Diner from 6 to 9 a.m. We will NOT be on location at Scramblers Diner November 19th and November 26th. Next week is the 2021 KSGF Great Escape, and the week after is Black Friday. U.S. consumer prices accelerated at the fastest annual pace in more than 30 years as supply chain bottlenecks and materials shortages persisted and gasoline prices surged. Right before the report was released, President Joe Biden's Facebook posted “Jobs are up, wages are up, home values are up, personal debt is down, and unemployment is down. We have more work to do, but there is no question that the economy continues to recover and is in much better shape today than it was a year ago.” The St. Louis County Council on Tuesday grilled a Spire Missouri official over an email sent to residents last week warning of potential natural gas outages this winter, with the council later pledging to hold a hearing to get to the bottom of the issue.
Hour 3 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news including: U.S. consumer prices accelerated at the fastest annual pace in more than 30 years as supply chain bottlenecks and materials shortages persisted and gasoline prices surged. Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX), a former White House physician who served under former Presidents George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump, said last week that President Joe Biden, who turns 79 this month, has “age-related cognitive decline” and is not “mentally fit” to serve as president. Jackson also said that he received a “scathing” email from Obama accusing him of “betrayal” for talking about Biden's mental state in the past. The White House remains elusive about the timing of a physical exam for President Joe Biden, as more Americans question his physical and mental health. Matthew McConaughey says he wants to 'find out more information' before mandating vaccines for his children. The surgeon general reacted to McConaughey's comments. Veteran's Day is tomorrow... Nick has a message for President Joe Biden for how he should handle Veteran's Day this year.
Hour 2 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news including: The FBI raided the home of Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe on Saturday morning as part of a federal investigation into the missing diary of President Biden's daughter, Ashley Biden. One of the many alarming items in the diary is Ashley said she took "inappropriate showers with her dad when she was younger." Why does Biden never talk about his daughter? House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is facing criticism after being spotted maskless at a lavish wedding with a large group of people while children in her state are required to wear masks in school.
Hour 1 – Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: The latest inflation report will be released later today. An update on the January 6th commission. A listener gives us a call this morning to share his experience of living in Russia in the 1980's.
Hour 3 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Nick gives us an update on the Kyle Rittenhouse case. Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., clashed with CNN host Brianna Keilar Monday in a fiery exchange over whether or not critical race theory (CRT) was actually being taught in Virginia public schools. A man who accused CNN's Don Lemon of assaulting him in a Hamptons bar three years ago claimed that the alleged behavior could be part of a “pattern.”
Hour 2 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Nick uncovers some of the other items hidden in the Infrastructure bill. State Farm announced that they are not dropping Aaron Rodgers as their spokesperson. Howard Stern has called for Aaron Rodgers to be kicked out of the NFL. What exactly happened to Howard Stern?
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was asked on Monday how he would “deconstruct the racism that was built into the roadways.” More than two dozen electric Proterra buses first unveiled by the city of Philadelphia in 2016 are already out of operation. The buses were facing both structural and logistical problems.
Hour 3 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: There are now 27 states fighting against the vaccine mandate. Did you see the post game interview with Patrick Mahomes last night? Both Mahomes and the interviewer had separate mics and were standing 6 feet apart. After the main camera was off, the interviewer and Mahomes gave one another a hug and stood closely as they talked. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published an "early release" study last week that uses a highly curated population to purportedly show that mRNA-vaccinated people have a much lower rate of reinfection by COVID-19 than naturally immune people, contradicting a much larger Israeli study this summer. Hannah MacDonald is a former cadet who recently left the U.S. Military Academy at West Point over unethical treatment and vaccine coercion. Hannah shares her story with The Federalist. Sesame Street icon Big Bird wrote Saturday on Twitter, "I got the COVID-19 vaccine today! My wing is feeling a little sore, but it'll give my body an extra protective boost that keeps me and others healthy." Democratic New Jersey Senate President Steve Sweeney, who is projected to lose his bid for reelection against a little-known truck driver, is talking about "recently found" ballots to support his refusal to concede the race.
State Senator Eric Burlison joins us this morning for a quick chat: 60 Minutes did a piece on Missouri's Second Amendment Preservation Act (SAPA) During the interview, 60 Minutes cut out major portions of the story. They also didn't interview certain people who support SAPA, including law enforcement. 60 Minutes did two days of filming to get about 2 minutes of Sen. Burlison and Taylor. Burlison also covers illegal immigration, COVID vaccines, and more. You can follow what Burlison is doing on Facebook.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: There are now 27 states fighting against the vaccine mandate. A federal court issued Texas a temporary victory in its lawsuit against the Biden administration's coronavirus vaccine mandate issuing a stay on the controversial federal government regulation in Texas. President Biden denied reports that the DOJ is considering settling lawsuits with illegal immigrants separated from their families under the Trump administration's zero-tolerance policy. Biden said settlement payments of $450,000 to illegal immigrants separated from their families are “not going to happen,” and called the report “garbage.” The VERY next day, the White House walked back the comments Biden made. When reporters asked about the Biden Administration flip-flopping on the issue, Joe Biden yelled at them. You can listen to the audio below. Duchess of Cornwall, Camilla Parker Bowles, met with President Joe Biden at the COP26 summit. Apparently while the two met, President Biden farted and Camilla Parker Bowles hasn't stopped talking about the incident.
Hour 3 - Nick Reed is live on location at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what he covers: A public school administrator in Indiana went viral after posting a video explaining that Indiana schools are teaching Critical Race Theory and intentionally deceiving concerned parents about whether or not their children are being subjected to it. The White House on Thursday said President Biden is "perfectly comfortable" with DOJ settling with illegal migrants separated from their families under the Trump administration. White House deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre made the comment in response to Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy after Biden Wednesday told Doocy that reports of his administration offering up to $450,000 to illegal migrants are "garbage" and "not gonna happen." Ryan with A-1 Custom Car Care joins Nick Reed this morning for our car care tip of the week: Make a list of things you need to do to make sure your vehicle is prepared for winter. A large family featured on CNN discussing the rising costs of basic groceries like milk was mocked by some progressive media figures on Thursday.
Hour 2 - Guest: Tom Martz Nick Reed and Tom Martz are live at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what they cover: On this day in history. Tom talks about the Nixa recall election. Nick and Tom also quickly cover election results across the country. Should we focus on getting more people out to vote, or should we focus on getting people educated enough on an issue to vote on it?
Hour 1 - Nick Reed is live at Scramblers Diner for the Friday Road Show. Here's what he covers: Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has tested positive for COVID-19. Rodgers received homeopathic treatment from his personal doctor in order to "raise his antibody levels." A White House aide who traveled internationally with President Biden last week tested positive for COVID-19 before taking a flight back to the U.S. Who do we blame for COVID-19 when everyone gets vaccinated? In the Republic of Ireland, health officials are running out of people to blame for COVID-19. As reported in the Irish Times, two of the three most COVID-infected electoral areas in Ireland are located in the County Waterford “with the highest rate of vaccination in the country.” In Waterford, a remarkable 99.7 percent of adults over the age of 18 is fully vaccinated. Sen. Mike Braun (R-IN) says that he will lead Senate Republicans to use the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to nullify President Biden's vaccine mandate. ALSO - Chris Stark with Honor Flight of the Ozarks stops by: Come and listen to some of America's Tier-1 Patriot speakers and learn about Preserving America under the Constitution. There will be six speakers, including LT General Michael Flynn. It's $250 per ticket. Proceeds benefit Honor Flight of the Ozarks. The event runs NOVEMBER 6, 2021 from 5:30pm - 10pm
Hour 3b - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news this morning, including: The New Jersey truck driver who is poised to unseat the state's Senate President Steve Sweeney reportedly using just $153 gave told Fox News he's ready to try his best in office. Lexi Locke also joins Nick Reed this morning: There is a Springfield Symphony performance on Saturday! Come away, ye lads and lassies, for a concert of Scottish song and highland dance in the Broadway classic, Brigadoon! The concert performance time on Saturday is 7:30 PM. You can find more information here.
Hour 2 - Guest: Kristi Fulnecky Local attorney Kristi Fulnecky joins Nick Reed this morning: Kristi held a press conference yesterday in front of the SPS Kraft Administration Center. The press conference is to protest the decision of the Springfield Public School Board to require masking children in school for the 2021-2022 school year. Kristi talks about the media and how they respond to her press conferences.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Republic Middle School is investigating an incident that occurred at the middle school dance. Nick talks about the rumors coming from the parents. By the end of the dance, parents were giving the name of a students, calling for teachers to be arrested, and even saying students were raped. Police are still investigating allegations, but the school district recently told parents it has made progress in determining what did, and did not, occur. The mother of the 15-year-old boy who dressed in a skirt and raped a female classmate in the girl's bathroom and was then charged with sexually assaulting another girl months later says her son doesn't identify as a female, and it wasn't just some disguise to slip into the girl's bathroom. The mom of the boy also said 'If I was in a position where I was about to be raped, I would be screaming, kicking, everything,' she said. 'You're 15. You can reasonably defend yourself. You're not just going to sit there and take it. And so, because there wasn't a presence of a fight, he felt it was okay to keep going.' ALSO - Don Carriker joins Nick for a quick chat: Don has a seminar coming up: Thriving in the Biden economy. The seminar will be held November 4th at Don's office. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Please make sure to RSVP by texting Don at 417-844-5370. Seating is limited, and food will be provided.
Hour 3 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: The debate over masking requirements for kids at SPS is firing up again. Kristi Fulnecky, Attorney for parents and children in the Springfield Public Schools in Springfield, Missouri, will be holding a press conference at 12:00 PM, Wednesday, November 3, 2021, in Springfield, Missouri at the Kraft Administrative Center, 1359 E. St. Louis St. in front of the school administration building. This press conference is to protest the decision of the Springfield Public School Board to require masking children in school for the 2021-2022 school year. In the Republic of Ireland, health officials are running out of people to blame for COVID-19. As reported in the Irish Times, two of the three most COVID-infected electoral areas in Ireland are located in the County Waterford “with the highest rate of vaccination in the country.” In Waterford, a remarkable 99.7 percent of adults over the age of 18 is fully vaccinated. Charles Taylor is running for Springfield School Board once again. Nick shares a letter about Springfield R-12 Board of Education member, Charles Taylor. A source who attended the “Shewmaker Celebrates” event hosted by Drury University stated Mr. Taylor accused citizens who made comments at the most recent SPS Board Meeting of “doing everything but putting on a white hood.”
Hour 2 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Nick talks about H.R.3860. This bill prohibits the use of federal funds to require a member of the Armed Forces to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. The bill also prohibits adverse action (e.g., punishment) being taken against a member of the Armed Forces because the member refuses to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. The state and local tax (SALT) deduction cap will be eliminated for five years as part of the Build Back Better social spending package, according to multiple reports. Springfield city council zones could see a change as population changes are reviewed. While President Joe Biden was overseas, he took to weird whispering on stage.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Republican Glenn Youngkin will win the gubernatorial race in Virginia, defeating former Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe. New Jersey is still too close to call... Here locally, Nixa Mayor Brian Steele survived a recall election Tuesday. Nick breaks down the voter turnout in our local elections.
Hour 3 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: It's a real possibility China could take over Taiwan and seize the majority of the world's production of chips, which are used in aircraft, warships, submarines, cars, iPhones, computers, and more. Boston University professor Ibram X. Kendi — a leading proponent of Critical Race Theory (CRT) — posted and later deleted a tweet that accidentally refuted the entire left-wing ideology. NBC joined the on-going media freak-out against "Let's Go Brandon" chants by singling out a gun dealership for selling merchandise with the viral slogan.
Hour 2 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Not only has President Joe Biden's approval rating fallen to just 42%, but 71% of Americans — and even half of Democrats — say the country is headed in the wrong direction. Rep. Cori Bush (D-MO) said in a statement Monday that Sen. Joe Manchin's (D-WV) concerns about the $1.75 trillion Build Back Better Act are “anti-black, anti-child, anti-woman, and anti-immigrant.” Freedom Health Systems is opening up later this week.
Hour 1 - Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: The hashtag #PoopyPantsBiden was trending on Twitter after a rumor claimed that President Biden's unusually long visit with Pope Francis was the result of a bathroom emergency. President Biden was also 20 minutes late to a press conference at the G20. When he was asked why he was late, Biden said "I apologize to keep you waiting. We were playing with elevators. Long story, anyway." An NBC News reporter worked to find excuses Monday for President Joe Biden's apparent cat nap during speeches at the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference. Sky News Australia ran an item solely devoted to Biden and his public gaffes last Friday, with host Rita Panahi observing Biden “needs a retirement home and a warm bowl of soup, not access to the nuclear codes” after showing several of his gaffes in recent speeches. ALSO - Don Carriker joins Nick Reed for a quick chat: Don has a seminar coming up: Thriving in the Biden economy. The seminar will be held November 4th at Don's office. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Please make sure to RSVP by texting Don at 417-844-5370. Seating is limited, and food will be provided.
Hour 3 - Darin Chappell is filling in this morning for the vacationing Nick Reed this morning. Here's what he covers this hour: Darin does a quick wrap up on Critical Race Theory in the Springfield Public Schools. Vaccine and mask mandates. The violation of liberty when it comes to mandates. Banning words and thoughts.
Hour 1 - Darin Chappell is filling in this morning for the vacationing Nick Reed this morning. Here's what he covers this hour: Candidate vetting. Darin covers the history of candidates, and how the younger generation of voters thinks. Are you a conservative or are you just right leaning? Darin explains the difference. Make sure to check candidate voting records.