Part 1: Ray recaps the weekend. He touches on the cowards that bombed another house of worship on Easter Sunday in Sri Lanka. Eastpoint‘s Easter Service was talked about. Ray mentions the caller from Friday about a church not being handicapped accessible. Eastpoint highlighted a quadriplegic on Sunday and re-invites that caller. Ray also talks about the song Raise A Hallelujah.
Part 2: Ray talks about all of the bills that are coming up that taking us backwards. The slippery slope of the Red Flag laws. It is just the beginning of taking your guns. It sounds good, but it isn’t that hard to get a warrant. We take a call from Gordon Draper, about the cessation of the Maine Legislature accepting testimony by email.
Part 3: Ray reads a text from Adam from Waterville about who one of the celebrity birthdays, Ryan Stiles. He is on Whose Line Is It Anyway and Two and A Half Men.
Part 4: Ray and David welcome Radio Personality Mike Violette by phone. Mike is up in Winslow and they mention Big G’s. Ray brings up the OP-Ed about Mueller’s Report and investigation. They also talk about Sen. John McCain and Sen. Lindsey Graham. They talk about whether they can impeach the President. They haven’t looked at the other side and if they did all roads would run straight to Pres. Obama.
Part 5: Ray and David discuss the Mueller Report since David hadn’t been in since it was released.
Part 6: Ray, Debi and David talk about “sit-a-rounders”. David is here with the FO Bailey Real Estate segment. David talks about one of the subdivisions he has. Ray spotlights Conner Richardson (Ray’s son) and his success with FO Bailey. Ray brings up that some of the small business people have contacted him with questions about how they can take advantage of the booming real estate market after bruising on their credit after digging themselves out of the recession. They talk about how getting pre-approved is important for a variety of reasons. The boys give Kate the Great of Northstar Mortgage a shout out.
Part 8: Ray reads about the mandatory paid sick time that is being proposed by the Maine Legislature. Ray calls out the elected folks that are supporting bad ideas just so they can have their name on a bill. He mentions the several bills that are a detriment to small businesses in Maine. The backbone of Maine’s business.
Part 9: Ray reads part of an OP-Ed out of the Press Herald about the Maine proposed bill and talks about Maine Sen. Rebecca Millett and how everything that she has put forward has been against Maine businesses. Ray stresses that he warned everyone what would happen if the left was elected. Unfortunately, he was right in his premonition and they are even worse than he thought they could be.
Part 10: Ray talks about some of the crazy ideas that this Legislature has brought forth. Ray talks about the crowd of people that were elected and how they want to steal your vote and give it to New York or Colorado or California. The media is on the side of the left so they will not give you a fair and balanced “truth”. Ray talks about Gov. LePage’s administration vs Gov. Mills administration. Ray is calling for our Republicans in office to speak out and let the Dems own their mess.
Part 11: Ray talks to Tony, who calls in to tell Ray that he is “speaking truth” and to please keep up the good work. They talk about Maine’s current administration.
Part 1: Ray talks about the fact that the national media and the Democrats have lost their minds over the Mueller Report. Ray mentions the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email scandal and the result of being “no intent” based and therefore no prosecutor would take the case. Ray also talk about the media coverage. Ray talks about how our Federal government works and the difference between Electoral vote vs popular vote. Ray states again that the evidence is everywhere that all roads run right to Pres. Obama. You need to make your own conclusions, Ray has given you his….
Part 2: Fox News Radio’s Rachel Sutherland joins Ray this morning to discuss the Mueller Report. She gets into the nitty-gritty of the report.
Part 3: Ray takes a call from Gordon Draper about the CMP Corridor and hydro-power.
Part 4: Ray is joined by Lobsterman and Former State Rep. Wayne Parry. They discuss the preservation of land. The land that is being taxed and property that they want to take it off of the tax role. Ray uses Westbrook as an example and the land development/conservation where the Corridor go through.
Part 5: Ray and Wayne continue the discussion on Mueller Report and how it was all about collusion and not about balance. It seemed to have been investigated one sided, the Republican side.
Part 6: Wayne and Ray welcome WGME13’s Jeff Peterson in studio and by phone James Robbins, USA Today Columnist. He shares his thoughts on the Mueller Report and Russia’s influence. “Those who have latched onto the collusion delusion and who think the Trump presidency is illegitimate are doing exactly what the Kremlin always wanted, tearing down the American system. This was not about rigging an election, it was about dividing and conquering.”
Part 7: Ray lets Jeff promote an upcoming event. The Maine POPS Concert Band is hosting Chicken Legs and Other Snacks: Taste Morsels of Concert Band Literature on April 28th at 2:30pm at the Cape Elizabeth High School Auditorium.
Part 8: Ray and Wayne welcome Fox News Radio’s Jon Decker talk about the Mueller Report and what the future looks like for Pres. Trump…will it include impeachment. Ray introduces his in studio guest, Alex Stone from Blazes Burgers, located at 652 Main Street in Westbrook. Follow them on Facebook to keep up on their daily specials.
Part 9: Ray and Wayne talk about the crazy bills that have just keep coming back, year after year and how partisan it has gotten. Ray asks Wayne to give his thoughts about two term State Representative for District 45, Dale Denno. Rep. Denno recently lost his battle with lung cancer.
Part 10: Ray talks about Easter and Christianity. He invites you to just take a step. He mentions Eastpoint Church and their Easter services. He and Wayne continue their chat this morning about the Mueller Report and all of the shenanigans for the last two years. Ray takes a call.
Part 11: Ray and Wayne discuss the repercussions of mandatory paid medical leave.
Part 1: Ray talks about how history was changed. It started with eleven men that decided to followed a guy with a different viewpoint. Jesus and his eleven Disciples have spread the good news of Christianity with great personal sacrifice. Ray points out that 56 men and their willingness to stand up to the way things were, with great personal sacrifice, changed the course of history. Loren and Ray discuss the true basis of our government. It isn’t run by the Federal Government, but it is actually the states that have the power. The federal government is made up of the states with an equal voice regardless of the size of the state. The boys talk about slavery and how it was banned in the Constitution long before the Civil War, but they couldn’t figure out how to get rid of it. Part 2: Ray talks about tomorrow’s show, Christianity, the Mueller Report, the redaction code and all kinds of stuff.
Ray and Loren Fields are joined in studio by Thorn Dickinson of AVANGRID. He is here to help dispel some of the myths and scare tactics that have been put out there. Ray asks about the myth that the weed killer Roundup will be used. Thorn is able to explain how they will be keeping down the overgrowth. They also talk about how Gov. Mills has done her due diligence to find out for herself the pros and cons of this project. Mainers will also be getting energy from the New England Clean Energy Connect (NECEC). The Commission voted to grant Central Maine Power’s petition for a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity for its proposal to build an electric transmission line from the Maine/Quebec border to Lewiston, Maine.
Part 1: Ray connects the dots…sort of… He starts off with the press conferences that are scheduled about the Mueller Report (that will be released today) before they are even released. Ray talks about Pres. Trump’s and Pres. Obama’s interference into the investigation. Ray jumps to the man that was arrested with gas cans at St. Francis. Then heads back to collusion and et al Pres. Obama. Part 2: Ray welcomes Bob Witkowski of Visit Portland. They continue with the discussion on the Mueller Report. They take a call from Gordon Draper who continues the discussion and makes some points toward Pres. Obama. They discuss the Obama family’s disdain for Donald Trump. Part 3: Bob Witkowski from Visit Portland brings us 100 Things To Do In Portland Maine Before You Die. He tells Ray, Debi and Dee Dee about the sunrise service for Easter Sunday is a don’t miss event at Fort Allen Park in Portland on the Eastern Prom. (Technical difficulty: audio is not available.) Part 4: Ray plays a song by Take 6 which leads to a discussion with Bob about Holy Week and Notre Dame. The Cross that survived the fire and the plans to rebuild. Ray talks about how it affected him. A caller calls in to describe his feelings as he watched that magnificent building burn. Bob, Ray and Dee Dee are joined by Loren Fields. (Technical difficulty: audio is not available.) Part 5: They boys discuss the World Series Trophy coming to Maine. Ray gives them stories of when the Red Sox won the first time. Part 6: The boys joined by David Ciullo of Career Management Services and Dale Carnegie Maine, he also hosts The H.R. PowerHour on WLOB Radio. They discuss employee/personnel relationships. Family businesses and other companies having employees working together and having a relationship and businesses that have rules against fraternizing, but turn a blind eye to a relationship because both employees are valuable to the company. Part 7: Ray talks more about the Mueller Report. Bob joins in the discussion about the getting to the whole picture. Loren talks about the weaponization of this FBI and Ray continues and makes even more points.
Part 1: Ray, Roy Lenardson, Debi and Dee Dee are joined by Maine Senate President Troy Jackson. They chat about some of the bills that have come up for a vote. The bulk of the discussion is pharmaceutical drugs. Ray asks him about where the drugs would come from and is it legal. Ray asks about the initial investment to store and distribute the drugs. Can Maine companies get their prescriptions filled by out of country websites like CANRX. Troy says that DC isn’t doing anything to help lower the cost of prescription drugs so states need to do something. Ray talks about funding asylum seekers and the way that works and compares that to pharmaceutical market. Part 2: Ray and Roy talk about Notre Dame and how the whole world is working together to rebuild it.
Part 3: Roy brings in some people to continue the discussion on drug importation. Shabbir Safdar is the Executive Director of The Partnership for Safe Medicines as well as Former Retired Superintendent Chief of Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Don Bell. They talk about how the counterfeit market is alive and thriving and pharmacy drugs are being cut with fentanyl. They inform us about just how dangerous it is. They tell a story about how Don is allergic to shellfish, but he can’t get a epi-pen in Canada, SO….how do they sell to the US. Ray explains why people are flocking to the “black Market” of pharmaceutical drugs.
Part 4: Ray continues his discussion with Shabbir, Don and Roy on the counterfeit drugs being sold on the websites. Roy encourages everyone to visit SafeMedicines.Orgto learn the truth for yourself. Don explains where Canada gets their drugs and how they keep them so cheap. They take a call from someone with experience from Bristol England and Shabbir answers the caller concerns. Part 5: Ray, Roy and Debi continue to speak about how important these things are to know and why does Ray know more about the bills that the people in the Legislature knows about them….Ray answers…..he does the work to know….
Part 6: Ray, Roy and Debi take a call from Lori Parham of AARP Maine. She calls in from Louisiana because she is at a conference aging. They continue the talking about how Americans pay the highest prescription drug prices in the world, and costs are rising four times as fast as overall inflation. They also discuss the importation of drugs into Maine. The AARP Maine is hosting community conversations to address the high cost of prescription drugs. If you would like to learn more, Click Here to find a meeting near you. Lori stresses that we need to lift the veil and look at all aspects of the manufacturing and drug importation to lower prescription drug costs.
Part 1: Ray and Debi talk about Fox News’s Bernie Sanders Town Hall. Bernie has promised “free” healthcare for all. Ray expands on Bernie’s answer and how he finally conceded that taxes would have to be raised. Part 2: Ray talks about Michelle Obama and some of the other First Ladies and their role. Michelle’s statement about equating living under the Trump Administration to living with a divorced dad on foreign soil. Part 3: Ray, Debi and Dee Dee are joined by Roy Lenardson and they do a quick into. (audio is not available.)