National Security Analyst, Adjunct Professor of Homeland Security for ClarionProject.org, volunteer researcher for the Reform Party of Syria, Founder of Worldthreats.com, and of Fox News Radio discusses N.Y.C. terror.
Political Strategist, author of "From Clients to Crooks-An Insider Reveals the Real Washington D.C.", and of Fox News Radio discusses Democrats forced Franken out to ramp up their strategy to bring down Trump.
Michigan Attorney General discusses his new endorsement, calls for M.S.U. to release report on Nassar, and comment on Dana Nessel advertisement from last week. Stating in the advertisement "hire someone without a penis for A.G."
Political Strategist, Author of "From Clients to Crooks-An Insider Reveals the Real Washington D.C.", and of Fox News Radio discusses Michael Flynn charged in Russia investigation, wants to plead guilty.
Co-owner of MIRS News Service covering all things state government in Michigan and 1320 WILS Political Insider discusses Sander Levin stepping down..but not Conyers, the pressure on Conyers to give it up, and how bad will this hurt MI democrats in 2018?
State Representative and Mayor-elect from Lansing discusses that he will spend three days at Harvard University starting Tuesday as part of the Kennedy School seminar on Transition and Leadership for Newly Elected Mayors.
Tim Daman, President and CEO of the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce, sits down to discuss bills set to be introduced in the Legislature today which would affect financially struggling local government and insure that its retiree pension and health care obligation are paid.
Mike Karl, founder of Homeless Angels, was charged Sept. 7 with one count of unlawfully driving away an automobile after a woman told police her car was taken from a motel parking lot. Today he sits down with his lawyer, Andrew Abood, to discuss this case of mistaken identity.
Mark Docherty, President of the Michigan Professional Fire Fighters Union, speaks on the hundreds of police officers and fire fighters who will rally at the Michigan State Capitol in opposition of legislation, expected to be introduced this week, to reform health care and pension benefits for active and future employees as well as retirees.
Interest, bond and real estate specialist and C.E.O. of MBS Highway discusses those in the real estate industry are bracing for what the final version of the proposed Tax Overhaul bill might look like. They are concerned because changes in real estate connected tax law could actually make it more expensive to buy and own a home.