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Host Kris Halterman interviews Glen Morgan about his recent post exposing the wrongful termination of an internal auditor and the fraud that was exposed at Western Washington University with Ghost classes and credits.

Today’s Show:   

Is there a plan and will it work?

Special guest, State Senator Mark Schoesler (R), state senate minority leader, will discuss the Republican plan for reopening and how small businesses will be affected. Is there hope for the economic future of Whatcom County or Washington State?

LIBERTY ALERTS:

Two items of local interest:

The recently published article authored by, EJ Ledet, “The Best Defense is a Proactive Offense,’ What we can do to fortify our immune systems to mitigate/diminish CoV19 infection.

The recently published article authored by, Dean Gano (today’s guest), “Stay Home,” Order from the Governor.

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Thank you to the show’s sponsor, Asset Advisors – contact Dick Donahue to talk about your long-term financial planning.

Host Kris Halterman will interview Mark Harmsworth, Washington Policy Center Director, Center for Small Business. How are small businesses doing? What is the real unemployment number for Washington State? Is Governor Inslee’s 4-Phase plan realistic? Will small businesses recover? Is Washington State at the tipping point or past the tipping point for our state’s fiscal solvency?

Guest Host Vince Buys will interview Whatcom County Councilmember Tyler Byrd on the Council's latest extension of the 4-year moratorium which prevents Cherry Point Industries from acquiring a permit to implement improvements to their capacity of production. The second half of the program, Vince will talk to Todd Myers, Director for Environmental Studies for the Washington Policy Center. Todd recently published a widely distributed article on Governor Lockdown's (non)scientific data which was used to extend his emergency orders to keep Washington State businesses shuttered.

Chaos, distrust, division, and frustration are sucking the life out of a nation united and creating national division.

Host Kris Haltermandiscusses this issue and more with retired Lt. Col. Jim McKinney. Is the United States really divided? Or is this a media and politically driven perception?

Part 1 - Host Kris Halterman interviews Jeremy Fields, NW Director for the SBA, about changes to the CARES Act, the Paycheck Protection Program, and filing for PPP forgiveness.

nolan comicPart One: Calling all comic book fans of the 1940's thru the 1970's--local author Michelle Nolan has published an illustrated and historical book on the stories we all grew up loving, "Archie's Rivals in Teen Comics." Michelle will be interviewed tomorrow morning on Saturday Morning Live to talk about her book and how these comics influenced her life and the lives of many teens.

Part Two: The "Cancel Culture" is alive and well in Washington State politics as our state continues to lock down and shut out the kids from "in-person" educators during the Days-of-Covid. David Spring, M.Ed., and candidate for the office of OSPI was recently asked to participate in an interview for the office of OSPI with Chris Rykedal, the incumbent. How do you get your message out in today's political realm of, "I don't want to hear what you have to say?"

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Part 1 -- Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Joshua Freed. Josh joins host Kris Halterman to talk about reopening Washington State and his vision for a better Washington that represents and supports all of us.

Part 2 -- Mark Harmsworth, Director of the Small Business Center for the Washington Policy Center. Mark joins host Kris Halterman to talk about his latest article, "The Governor's Office knew they would run out of Unemployment Benefits in May and didn’t say anything about it."

114 days later, many of Washington State's family friendly recreational activities are sitting in limbo asking, "What about us? What does the future hold for our livelihoods? Is anyone in Olympia listening and do they care?

The History of Bowling

National Bowling Day

#BringBackBowling - contact your local and state representatives today!

It is time to get to know the candidates. Host Kris Halterman will interview four candidates for the 2020 General Election: Jeff McClure, incumbent candidate for Whatcom County PUD No. 1, Jeffrey Beeler, 1st Congressional District, Russ Dzialo, Washington State Rep. 40th Dist. Pos. 2, and Chuck Carrell, Washington State Senator, Dist. 40; to give them, and you, the opportunity to share who they are, why they're running, and how they plan to make their community/state better for everyone.

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