Steve Gruber has been a voice of common sense and reason from the time he first opened the mic in 1985 at WFMK in Lansing, Michigan. Steve has travelled tens of thousands of miles since that day pursuing hard news along with the most colorful personalities he could find. Spending nearly 15 years working as a television news anchor and investigative reporter he was able to hone his craft. His message connects with people from all backgrounds. The last three years in front of the news camera he worked for NBC at WCMH in Columbus, Ohio where his investigative reports were regularly featured on CNBC and NBC News Channel. More recently Steve returned to his radio roots. The Steve Gruber Show launched on four stations in early 2012. The program now has 20 affiliates delivering his voice and his unique perspective each morning from 6 to 9am. The Michigan Association of Broadcasters has named the Steve Gruber Show The Best Network Morning Show four times so far including the past 2 years in a row. Steve has interviewed President Donald Trump on the program along with many other notable newsmakers including: Vice President Mike Pence, Senator Rand Paul, Florida Governor Rick Scott, Ann Coulter, Senator Marco Rubio, Steve Forbes, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, Charlie Daniels and many more. The growing success of the program and the strength of his voice attracted attention and Steve has now become a regular contributor to the BBC on several of its worldwide networks both on radio and television, National Public Radio. Steve has also been featured on Fox Business, HLN and numerous other outlets. His writing has also been featured in the pages of the Washington Times as well as several prominent websites and magazines. Over the past 25 years Steve has been a successful businessman as well. Steve founded and launched Wolf Creek in 1994, one of the nations most notable and successful outdoor adventure programming companies. While guiding the company he created several iconic outdoor brands including the longest running television series on The Outdoor Channel, Outdoor America where he is the longest running host on the network. In fact Steve owns several thriving businesses today with his wife and Executive Producer Ivey. Together they have focused their considerable energy and talents into growing the successful brands. Steve has lived in many states but he has always returned to Michigan. His family and his Midwest roots always draw him home. Wanderlust however needs to be fed often so you never know where the next adventure may take him and Ivey but you can be sure they will regale you with the tales someday soon. Stay tuned. There is always more to come.
Steve Gruber, The Impeachment balloon was heard popping all over Washington on Wednesday a…
The Impeachment balloon was heard popping all over Washington on Wednesday and the entire Democratic production appears to be losing all of its air—that’s what happens when you try to pass off gossip and hearsay as a major event
Jeremy Johnston, Fighting to keep YouTube Family Friendly content.
Fighting to keep YouTube Family Friendly content. Jeremy has a meeting in DC on Nov. 13th with the FTC Commissioner. They want to create more government regulation,& more severe penalties for people like Jeremy who make a living off their YouTube Channel.
Steve Gruber, Impeachment Palooza is ready to rock in DC today
mpeachment Palooza is ready to rock in DC today—which by the way is a complete joke BUT the narrative is getting plenty of traction anyway
Steve Gruber, The perils of impeachment are upon us
The perils of impeachment are upon us—and the Republic could pay a steep price for all the partisan gamesmanship going on just about everywhere in politics—including lawsuits to change the rules of the game!
Goodbye Fall Hello Winter
It makes me wonder about all those stories about snow becoming a rare event because of Climate Change. In fact, as I was shoveling the driveway and sidewalk for the second time today it made me think snow will be neither rare nor interesting this winter. Several other adjectives come to mind but I c…
Dick Thelen, Remembering Veteran’s Day pt. 3
Dick Thelen: That's right. 889 in the water. Thats' how many went in. There wasn't a question we had to ask how many had gotten on (off?) the ship, when it was sinking. How many went down with the ship actually. So I forgot what I put down. They come up with 300 additional went down w…
Steve Gruber: Nicki Haley comes out strong for President Trump and nails two former high r…
She says there were people at the highest levels of government—appointed by the President—trying to destroy him and his Presidency from the inside.
James F. Dover, The impact the current No Fault legislation has on Trauma Centers in Michi…
hospitals around michigan can see a decrease of around $500 Million
Steve Bannon, Impeachment, the new radio show, and China
Steve Bannon is an American media executive, political strategist, former investment banker, and the former executive chairman of Breitbart News.
Steve Gruber: The stench of the swamp is really something
The stench of the swamp is really something, but on this Friday, a little levity from the Trump family. Don Jr. wandered not into the swamp but rather the liberal cesspool for entertainment today—and promptly told the truth—unleashing a torrent of anger and insults!