Willie remembers the life of legendary conservative talk host Rush Limbaugh. Plus what we should expect from Coronavirus going forward after the vaccine, and why President Biden's energy plan, may not be what is best for the country.
Willie looks at the impending snowpocalypse with both the Governor and with Steve Raleigh. He also talks with Chief Deputy Jay Gramke about the response to the snow and looks at the climate with Steve Goreham.
Willie talks with Governor Mike DeWine about the incoming snow storm that is supposed to blanket the state, the statistical error in COVID-19 death reporting, and the ongoing response to the pandemic including how schools are handling things.
Willie continues the conversation about teachers refusing to go back into the classroom with the kids. Also what it's like to play in the Superbowl, and how President Biden's first few weeks are going.
Another school district is under fire for their kids not being back in school. Willie has the details. Also, who should transgender people be allowed to compete against, and why do geologist lick rocks?
City hall is debating a new housing project, while suspended Councilman PG Sittenfeld takes another step in his defense. Chris Smitherman joins Willie to discuss both. Also Willie revisits the issue surrounding the Cincinnati Public Schools Teachers.
Willie talks with Cincinnati Vice Mayor Chris Smitherman about the controversy surrounding the building of affordable housing at the intersection of Liberty and Elm. Also Chris's thoughts on the letter about PG Sittenfeld.
Willie looks at the showdown between Cincinnati Public Schools and the Teacher's Union. Who is right and who is wrong? Willie debates it with attorney Austin Lipuma and Teacher's Union President Julie Sellers.
We honor Black History Month by highlighting shows that explore icons, change-makers, the history of civil rights, and overall Black voices. Enjoy a moving and inspirational group of podcasts that will expand your knowledge of Black History.…