Dennis Miller joins Big John & Ramblin’ Ray to discuss the Brett Kavanaugh hearings, questioning whether people of quality will still be willing to accept public roles in the future. Dennis thinks that there is only one type of person who can win in public office anymore.
Big John and Ramblin’ Ray recap today’s show with ‘What did we learn today?’, a segment where they comment on what they’ve learned from the show. The guys also ask the producers behind the scenes what they’ve learned. Today’s show covered where you can and cannot fight in Wrigleyville, a brand new pirate-themed attraction in Florida, and a new comedy show starring President Donald Trump.
Big John and Ramblin’ Ray talk with Rick Wilson, a Republican strategist and best-selling author of ‘Everything Trump Touches Dies’ joins the show to talk about Florida’s governor race between Ron DeSantis, a young conservative who ran unapologetically as the candidate of President Donald Trump, and the Democrats pick Andrew Gillum, the progressive Tallahassee mayor who drew support from Senator Bernie Sanders. Before talking about his book ‘Everything Trump Touches Dies’ and his book signing in Chicago, as well as the Trump administration.
Lincoln Forum present Rick Wilson, Republican Strategist and best-selling author of “Everything Trump Touches Dies”, September 19th from 5:30 pm – 7: 30 pm
Big John and Ramblin’ Ray are joined by Eric Segall, a Professor of Law at Georgia State. He talks about President Trumps SCOTUS pick Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Speaking about the reactions of conservatives and liberals, and the potential future of the Supreme Court.
Big John and Ramblin’ Ray start with a weekend recap on the Taylor Swift show that was here in Chicago.
President Trump act’s his ‘rights’ when he says he should be able to pardon himself in Mueller’s investigation.
Chris Plante was shocked when he learned from New York Governor Andrew Quomo that Jews can’t dance. In an address to members of Harlem’s Mount Nebo Baptist Church, the Governor announced, “Catholics basically believe the same thing that Baptists believe. We just do it without the rhythm. But we try. We try. We are not as without rhythm as some of our Jewish brothers and sisters.”
Chelsea Manning announces Senatorial campaign platform which includes changes to healthcare, including closing down prisons and releasing transgender prisoners. Manning wants to, “…restructure and dismantle the justice system…” as a part of her reform plan.
Hollywood’s God is Gross. Morgan Freeman is accused of sexual misconduct, and Harvey Weinstein does the “Perp Walk”. Joe Biden re-emerges to challenge Trump, and the National Football League bans taking a knee in protest.
Bill sits down with Sean Casten. Casten is running for congress in the upcoming election against Peter Roskam to represent the 6th district of Illinois. Casten explains why he wants to be a congressman, and if there is a blue wave coming because of President Trump.
In this week’s round table segment, Bill Cameron is joined by Greg Hinz of Crain’s, Ray Long of the Chicago Tribune, Lynn Sweet of the Chicago Sun Times, and Fran Spielman of the Chicago Sun Times. The discussion includes their reaction to Bill’s interview with Sean Casten, and the upcoming Mayoral and Governor Elections.
This week’s Community Spotlight is with Jennifer Keiper. Jennifer is joined by John Shegerian, Founder and President of Recycling Company ERI, and Katy Huggins with Best Buy.
In the United States, millions of tons of old electronics are dumped in landfills, abandoned lots, or simply tossed to the side of the road, causing harm to the environment. We discuss some possible solutions with John Shegerian of ERI Recycling and Katy Huggins of Best Buy, which has a recycling program.
Trump’s former doctor Harold Bornstein said he felt “raped” when Trump White House officials “raided his office,” in an interview with NBC. The White House and a source familiar with the incident deny Bornstein’s account.
Diamond and Silk, who were censored from Facebook, accompany John and Ray this morning to talk about what it was like to be silenced for what they believed in. Also telling John and Ray about their Chit Chat tour.
Learn more about their Chit Chat tour and where to get tickets here.
John and Ray start the show with talk about Comey and Trump. Then speak about a man who was hogtied but not arrested for trying to have sex with a 13-year-old girl. Plus two men who were arrested while in a Starbucks.