I graduated from MSU in 2009 with a BA in linguistics and I'm interested in logic, language, and meaning (and in that order). I joined the Lansing Cluster in July 2012 as an On-Site Coordinator and Promotions Assistant and started slinging the soundboard shortly thereafter. In November 2012, I started producing the technical side of the Steve Gruber Show and I'm the Technical Director of the Michigan Talk Network. Oh yeah, and I grew up on a farm and live in my grandparents' 150-year-old farmhouse. A dozen cats patrol the barns around my house and I have a name for almost every one of them!
SGS Podcast – BJ Pak – 8/12/14
State Representative BJ Pak from Georgia's 108th District is a rising star for the GOP.
SGS Podcast – Andrew Langer – 8/12/14
President of the Institute for Liberty Andrew Langer discusses campaign finance with Steve.
SGS Podcast – Pam Oakes – 8/12/14
Pam Oaks is a National Automotive Authority speaking out against texting and driving.
SGS Podcast – Christine Harbin Hanson – 8/12/14
Christine Harbin Hanson, National Issues Manager from Americans for Prosperity, discusses proposed taxes on sugar-sweetened beverages in states across the country.
SGS Podcast – Mike Hughes – 8/11/14
TV Critic Mike Hughes has the line-up to look for this week.
SGS Podcast – Greg Conley – 8/11/14
Greg Conley, a research fellow for Tobacco Policy at the Heartland Institute, says that electronic cigarette regulation may be facing some changes.
SGS Podcast – Allan Saxe – 8/11/14
Dr. Allan Saxe, Professor of Political Science at UT Arlington comments on riots in Missouri and the political races lining up for the fall.
SGS Podcast – Tim Walberg – 8/7/14
US Congressman Tim Walberg (R-Tipton) talks about his plans for the general election after primary numbers show strong favor.
SGS Podcast – Seton Motley – 8/7/14
Seton Motley, President of Less Government, makes the case for a smaller government and makes sense doing it.
SGS Podcast – Scottie Nell Hughes – 8/7/14
News Director at Tea Party News Network Scottie Nell Hughes talks about the victory for Joe Carr of Tennessee against incumbent Sen. Ted Alexander.