I have been a voice of common sense and reason from the time I first opened the mic in 1985 at WFMK in Lansing, Michigan. I have traveled tens of thousands of miles since that day pursuing hard news along with the most colorful personalities I could find. Spending nearly 15 years working as a television news anchor and investigative reporter, I was able to hone my craft. My message connects with people from all backgrounds. The last three years in front of the news camera, I worked for NBC at WCMH in Columbus, Ohio where my investigative reports were regularly featured on CNBC and NBC News Channel. More recently I returned to my radio roots. The Steve Gruber Show launched on four stations in early 2012. The program now has 20 affiliates delivering my voice and unique perspective each morning from 6 AM 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. I have 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 my voice attracted attention and I have now become a regular contributor to the BBC on several of its worldwide networks both on radio and television, National Public Radio. I have also been featured on Fox Business, HLN and numerous other outlets. My 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, I have been a successful businessman as well. I founded and launched Wolf Creek in 1994, one of the nations most notable and successful outdoor adventure programming companies. While guiding the company, I created several iconic outdoor brands including the longest running television series on The Outdoor Channel, Outdoor America where I am the longest running host on the network. In fact, I own several thriving businesses today with my wife and Executive Producer Ivey. Together we have focused our considerable energy and talents into growing the successful brands. I have lived in many states but have always returned to Michigan. My family and Midwest roots always draw me home. Wanderlust however needs to be fed often so you never know where the next adventure may take me and Ivey, but you can be sure we will regale you with the tales someday soon. Stay tuned. There is always more to come.
Steve Gruber, The Battle lines are being drawn already over the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
The Battle lines are being drawn already over the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and those on the left are positioning to fire a barrage of political attacks that will make the Kavanaugh Confirmation hearings look like child’s play. They are declaring war on the rest of us.
Steve Gruber, The death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg from cancer on Friday may be the BIGGEST political story of 2020
Believe it or not, the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg from cancer on Friday may be the BIGGEST political story of 2020. You see the pandemic will go away and riots will stop, but those that sit on the nation’s high court can often do so for more than a generation. Ginsburg was there for 27 years, a stalwart for progressives and their radical ideas to transform America by using the courts.
Steve Gruber, It’s about damn time somebody stood up to fight for America!
President Trump stood boldly in the sun Thursday to declare the 1619 Project and Critical race theory for what it is, racist garbage that will divide this nation in a way that it may never be put back together. He called it out for being propaganda and poison to our kids. The President demanding that children be taught about the greatness of America and our exceptionalism in the world today and for the last 240 years.
Steve Gruber, Child Rapist Set Free by Left Wing Zealots
Here are Three Big Things you need to know right now. A California couple whose home was burned to the ground leaving only the brick fireplace standing is accusing Veep nominee Kamala Harris and California Governor Gavin Newsome of standing on the ashes of their lives for a photo op...
Congressman Michael Waltz, September is National Suicide Prevention Month.
“From My Frontline to Yours” Suicide Prevention Campaign focuses on three goals. Remind Americans to check on family and friends and ask about their mental health during the pandemic
Steve Gruber, New York City, Mayor Bill DeBlasio can feel the pain of the city.
In New York City, Mayor Bill DeBlasio can feel the pain of the city. Billions of dollars lost because of his over reach and lockdowns. Businesses closed forever, but he wants everyone to know he will share the pain and is taking a $5,000 pay cut. What a guy!
Ron Rademacher, Around Michigan
Colors seem to be turning early. How about a few destinations that are old growth forest with trails for walk through the colors.
Steve Gruber, In the Swing States, there is a phenomenon happening in 2020
In the Swing States, there is a phenomenon happening in 2020. That I eluded to weeks ago and told you could be the key to the outcome of the 2020 Election. Gun sales in these critical states are setting all-time records.
Steve Gruber, A major setback for iron fisted Democrat Governor Tom Wolf in Pennsylvania
A major setback for iron fisted Democrat Governor Tom Wolf in Pennsylvania, where a Federal Judge has struck down many of his coronavirus lockdowns and restrictions as unconstitutional and opening the door for businesses and others to get back to work.
Steve Gruber, It could be Hispanic and Black Voters that carry President Trump back to the White House
On election Day, it could be Hispanic and Black Voters that carry President Trump back to the White House. More and more polling data is pointing to the President performing better with those voting blocks in 2020 than he did in 2016. If he does move the needle with blacks and Hispanics it will be a total disaster for the Democrats and could leave them in a heap of trouble.