Tulsi Gabbard Interview With Instant Listener Feedback Via Texts and Calls. Full Hour with On-Air Commercials and News Removed.
I sought out Dr. Michael Blaha from Johns Hopkins to break down all these silly vaping myths and misconceptions. Are they MORE dangerous than cigarettes?
2020 Presidential Candidate Tulsi Gabbard joined Justin Brady in the WHO Radio studios.
There has been a lot of debate on the new housing minimums suggested for the city of Des Moines and Linda Westergaard explains updates. Even Julian Castro, former HUD Secretary under President Obama, had some input.
The University of Iowa got a NASA grant worth $115 Million to Study Space Weather... This is a good reminder of how much money the Government spends.
Dr. Joshua Merchant, the President of Buena Vista University, explains a 2.9 Million Dollar gift from Don Lamberti of Casey's, will go to spur rural entrepreneurialism.
Someone asked Robert "Beto" O'Rourke if their life had value 1 day before birth. O'Rourke explained that's the woman's choice. Justin explains how a sweeping majority of Americans stand against his extremist views and calls him out as a "coward."
Presidential Candidate John Delaney injects a dose of reality into the Democrat Presidential race. He explains why pragmatism and reality are so hard for Democrats and why his ideas aren't built on pixie dust promises.
Local, state and federal governments seem to have a knack for making our problems even worse. And former HUD Secretary Julian Castro and I agree on our criticism of recent Des Moines city council handling of the problem.
You never know what will happen at the Iowa State Fair studio. And this year didn't let me down. Some drunk guy opened the door to the studio, shouting at me and my guest.
What are the most commons questions the Iowa State Fair staff got asked this year? I asked a few volunteers and got some hilarious responses.
Employees are lying about poor cell or wifi reception while on work to escape work responsibilities. But the problem isn't employees, the problem is bad managers and CEOs that require butts in seats and arbitrary measures of productivity.
Why are Andrew Yang supporters so passionate about that AI and Automation? Because they are the catalyst of his proposed freedom dividend. If AI and automation aren't the boogie man he says they are, no one gets free money.
Letters To Elon. 14th Edition. Make sure to follow #LettersToElon on Twitter.
Reports suggest Beto O'Rourke will abandon the Iowa strategy. If history is any indication, this won't end well for his Presidential run. Historically, if you give up on Iowa, Iowa gives up on you.... and the Nation quickly follows.
Another day, another Steve King controversy. Although I still maintain he must resign, and the GOP should pull all support, I also think his latest "rape and incenst" words were taken wildly out of context. We must be consistent.
Elise Keith is the CEO of Lucid Meetings and explains to Justin why meetings suck, how much they are costing us (billions) and what specific steps we can take to get our companies on the right path.
Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang has told a cautionary tale of automation and AI taking our jobs. But this trend won't take our jobs, it will give us more and better jobs. This has happened over and over for hundreds of years and this time is no different.
Brian Smith from the Des Moines Register is the guy behind the curtain at the Iowa State Fair Political Soap Box. He explains the "nuts" and bolts of how it all works.
Des Moines' favorite food writer, Brian Taylor Carlson details the most underrated Iowa State Fair Foods you should never forget about! YUM! (State Fair Live is expanded coverage of the Iowa State Fair live on location. This happens only 11 days per year. Special thanks to co-host Mark Rixner.)