Renk grew up in the suburbs of Detroit and graduated from Detroit Catholic Central High School and then attended and graduated from Central Michigan University. Renk 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 and live all over the United States for eight years. After that, he got married and settled down in Philadelphia 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 and WJIM in Lansing in 2013.
Michigan Mostly Red But Whitmer Still Won – Why?
Renk: I was amazed to see that you can win the governorship in Michigan by only...
Have public sector unions in Michigan been serving all their members?
Renk: The writer asked and answered a very simple question and that was “Public sector unions can serve either their members or the Democratic Party, not both”.
You can no longer use the word ‘ma’am’
Renk: Many of you may be asking what is happening to our society
Churches in Detroit taking sides in politics
Renk: We need to start enforcing these IRS laws against everyone not just the groups frowned upon by the bureaucrat’s in government.
The Wonders of Lighting on Lake Michigan
Renk: The power of nature is amazing, beautiful and scary.
Home Delivery of Medical Marijuana in Michigan?
Renk: I understand their need to have the drug delivered if they are unable to pick it up but...
The Cost to Michigan Taxpayers when you overcharge someone
Renk: Wish you would have thought of us taxpayers then
Michigan Grandfathers quest to foster his own grandchild
Renk: They seem to forget that the police are a reactionary force
School wants to drop the Pledge of Allegiance
Renk: This is certainly a lesson for parents to be aware of what is going on in their children’s school and to take immediate action if they do not agree with a policy.
Former Tiger Justin Verlander and his $1,000,000 lunch Bill
Renk: Could you even imagine paying that kind of money for a salad, eggs with a meat of course and pancakes?