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So here we are 70% vaccinated, in a record setting heat wave, and Governor Inslee sits on his hands.

Our Governor has declared himself dictator of everything Covid for over a year.  He could have announced last week as the record heat wave hit was predicted that he was opening our state a few days early.   What difference would that have made? 

Guest Host Vince Buys interviews John (Westy) Westerfield, General Manager of Yeager’s and Lorraine Newman, board member of SAVE, on the importance of teaching economic principles, the role of business, and the role students/kids have in shaping a vibrant economy. 

Kris Halterman and Hans Erchinger-Davis discuss what is happening at the Lighthouse Mission to address homelessness in Whatcom County.

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.

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!

Part 1: Host Kris Halterman interviews Jim McKinney and Charlie Crabtree about the post election results thus far, both locally -- statewide -- and nationally.

Part 2: Hans Erchinger-Davis, Exec. Director for the Lighthouse Mission Ministries joins Kris to talk about what's happening at the Mission during COVID and beyond; what are the long-term plans of the Mission to amplify their ability to help alleviate homelessness in Whatcom County?

Special Message from Kris Halterman:

It has been my greatest honor to host Saturday Morning Live for the past eight plus years. Saturday Morning Live launched on June 12th, 2012 with the generosity of Dick Donahue and others who sponsored the one hour radio show. During this time I have met, spoken with, and interviewed a wide variety of local, state, and national personalities and experts in their field, who shared their knowledge about things that affect our ability to live freely in Washington State.

It is my greatest hope that by expanding the people who host this show we will grow this passion of mine, this ideal, and this movement, that to Work - Live - and Play -- 'freely', in this wonderful place we call home -- we all must strive to retain and restore our personal liberties everyday.

~ Kris Halterman

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