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Renk is a native Detroiter, and started his working career in the banking industry in Boston, Massachusetts, a great town for a young person. That led him to a company that sold bond accounting systems to the banking industry and gave him the chance to travel all over the United States for eight years. After that, he got married and settled down to work in a friend's business, helping drug companies deal with FDA compliance. Several years later the family moved from the Philadelphia area back to Michigan to be closer to family, and landed in Battle Creek, Michigan. That's when Renk decided to pursue his life long dream of working as a Talk Radio Host. He started out on WBCK, and added WKMI in Kalamazoo in 2011.
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Should They Be Forced To Eat It?

It has been a few years now under the new federal guidelines forcing schools to meet new nutritional standards and currently it is not being accepted by the children.

A survey given out during the School Nutrition Association's annual conference found that 25% of the schools who responded lost money for more than six months

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Category: Politics
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Newt Gingrich Talks With Renk Tuesday

I will be interviewing former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich on my show Live with Renk Tuesday September 2 at 11:06.

We will be discussing the proposed regulation entitled ‘gainful employment’ a regulation that is trying to be implemented by the Dept of Education that would not now allow for-profit education companies to accept student loans, thus hindering many Americans from getting better jobs

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Category: Politics
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Getty Images by Mark Wallheiser
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Renk Will Be Interviewing Newt Gingrich

I will be interviewing former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich on my show Live with Renk Tuesday September 2 at 11:06.

We will be discussing the proposed regulation entitled ‘gainful employment’ a regulation that is trying to be implemented by the Dept of Education that would not now allow for-profit education companies to accept student loans, thus hindering many Americans from getting better jobs

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Getty Images By: Bill Pugliano
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What Public Charter Schools Outperform Traditional Public Schools

When taking a students socioeconomic status into consideration you find that public charter schools outperform conventional public schools on the state's Top-to-Bottom list. This is according to an analysis done Mackinac Center for Public Policy education policy director Audrey Spalding.

Another surp

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Betty Images By: Suhaimi Abdullah
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Are The Political Parties Missing The Larger Picture?

On Tuesday's 8-25-14 Live with Renk show at 11:00 am I will be interviewing Jack Spencer from the Mackinac Center for Public Policy concerning his article titled Small Tent or Big Tent?

He believes that the political parties are missing the larger picture and which political party is exclusive or inclusive is whether or not it is a “big tent” or a “small tent

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