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Live with Renk

Renk has been doing a one-hour show on WBCK for the past several years, and with the Townsquare Media acquiring the stations, his show is being expanded to three hours each weekday! Renk brings you the top issues each day, before some other nationally syndicated hosts even get out of bed! And, it’s your chance to call in and be heard on local, state, national and world issues. Listeners in Kalamazoo on WKMI 1360 can call toll free at 488-9595.

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M-F 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Great News!

The state of Michigan's childhood poverty rate has declined by a fuel percentage point to 23.8% in 2013.  We beat the national average by .6%, which fell only .4% to 22.2%.

Still have a long way to go

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Govenor Snyder on Renk

 

Monday September 22, I will be interviewing Governor Snyder for a short interview concerning community colleges role in developing talent.

Governor and I will be talking at approximately 10:15 am to 10:25 am.

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What Was Taken Out of Oath?

Interesting that on the same day two articles are written independently but I believe have quite a bit to do with each other.

The first, members of the U.S. Air Force will no longer be requ

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Americans Can’t Name What?!

You are not going to believe this… or maybe you will.

According to a new survey conducted by the Annenberg Public Policy Center, only 36% of Americans can actually name the three branches of government the Constitution created.

Not only can many not name the 3 branches of government, but only 38% knew the Republican Party is in contr

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Getty Images By: Joosep Martinson
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Great News! MI Incomes Rise

Our incomes in Michigan have risen for the first time since 2007.

New census data reveals that median incomes in Michigan have risen 1.7% since 2012.

Michigan's median household income in 2013 rose to $48,273, increasing 1

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Price Of Ground Beef Hits A New Record

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the average price of a pound of ground beef rose to $4.013.  This is the first time the price has topped $4 per pound

When are you going to vote for politicians with policies that will help and not hurt the American people?

Just a year ago the average price for a pound of ground beef was $3

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U of M #1

Great News the QS World University Rankings, ranked U of M at #23 which makes it the number 1 public university in the U.S.

The University of California, Berkeley, at No. 27 are the only other U.S. public univer

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Census Bureau: Non U.S. Citizens Incomes Soar

 

A report was released today by the U.S. Census Bureau stating that household income for non-citizens working in the good old USA rose 6% between 2012 and 2013.

Well citizens of the United States, that was 15 times more than the tiny 0.4% for native born U.

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Cover-up!

 

Former Deputy Assistant Secretary Raymond Maxwell (at the time, Maxwell was a leader in the State Department’s Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, which was charged with collecting emails and documents relevant to the Benghazi probe) has stated in private interviews with the House review board members that Hillary confidants were involved with an operation to "separate" documents to be given to the  Accountability Review Board investigating security lapses surrounding the Sept. 11,

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What! The State Of Vermont Bans Brownies

 

The State of Vermont has now officially banned brownies and chocolate treats from their public schools.

You hear that right.  It seems as thought the patients have taken over the insane asylum.

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