Bob Witkowski of Visit Portland and author or 1000 Things to do in Portland Maine Before You Die brings us Bubba’s Sulky Lounge ’80’s Night is a wonderful hidden gem. He says that looks are deceiving and don’t let the outside dis-way you from going inside.
Ray and Debi discuss a Federal Judge’s decision on his ruling of allowing an abortion on an illegal alien 17 year old in Texas. Jerry Reed’s phrase the “He-ing and the She-ing” is not a reason to have abortion.
Biddeford Republican Forum on Medicaid. Debi described how informative forum was. She said that the panel was extremely knowledgeable and explained things that she learned that has been kept quiet.
Ray goes back to the opiate drug issue in our country that is running rampant. Doctors hand out meds because of many different reasons. How do we get a handle of this continually growing problem?
It’s Fox News Radio’s Jon Decker’s Birthday!!!! Happy Birthday Jon!!!!!
He and Ray talk about President Trump’s Press Conference. The boys continue the discussion about how Congress is dragging their feet and Senators that are snagging the new tax plan from passing.
Part 1: Ray, Mark Reilly and David Jones have quite lively discussion on Question 1. Ray and Mark are against the referendum and David is a yes.
Part 2: They continue into the next segment. Ray, Mark and David talk about how Bills and the summary of the bill can have different wording.
Shawn Scott first brought gambling to Maine in 2003 when he convinced voters to approve a racetrack and slots parlor in Bangor. He and partner David Wilson are now trying with Question 1 to get another casino, The York County casino, approved in the November election. To learn more: www.progressformaine.com
This is a three part interview.
The family of a terminally ill boy is asking strangers to lift his spirits by sending him Halloween cards. Halloween is his favorite holiday. Mom, Brittney Horton of Biddeford, Maine, said her son, Brock, 7, was diagnosed in February with glioblastoma, a high-grade cancer in his brain and spine.
Please send cards to:
11 McKenny Drive
Biddeford, ME 04005
Part 1: Ray starts the morning off with the Veteran’s Administration and how horrible the conditions are and how they have not corrected them even though they have been talked about for a really, really long time. Then Fox News Radio’s Simon Owen brings us the story of the Syrian city of Raqqa that has been mostly liberated from Islamic State militants.
Part 2: Fox News Radio’s Rachel Sutherland brings us the story of Rep. Tom Marino of Pennsylvania withdrawing his name from consideration as a drug czar.
Ray and the Political Roundtable discuss the German motto of burning books. Ray is really fired up and not happy that they are censoring what people are reading and once again taking away the Classics. What’s next?
The Political Roundtable discusses the Governor Race. It seems that there are a lot of people getting into the race. Who is backing who…it is going to be a fun ride.
The Political Roundtable today discussed the problems that Rank Choice Voting will bring. Unfortunately, it is unconstitutional and there is bound to be lawsuits after the election. The panel today includes: Ellie Espling, David Jones, Jack Cianchette, Demi Kouzounas and Gordon Draper.
Maine Chief Justice Leigh Saufley offers a “Traveling Court”. She is the Chief Justice of the Maine Supreme Judicial Court. This is a great way to expose students to the justice system. She will been in Westbrook High School next week. Since 2005, Maine Supreme Judicial Court has heard oral arguments in in more than 90 actual appellate cases in 32 high schools around Maine. When the cases eventually are decided, the schools will receive the court’s written decisions.
Part 1: Ray’s feathers are all ruffled up this morning about the removal of To Kill a Mockingbird a novel by Harper Lee published in 1960. The plot and characters are loosely based on Lee’s observations of her family, her neighbors and an event that occurred near her hometown of Monroeville, Alabama, in 1936, when she was 10 years old. The story is told by the six-year-old Jean Louise Finch. What’s next? What are they going to replace this book with? Ellie Espling, David Jones, Jack Cianchette, Demi Kouzounas and Gordon Draper join the discussion.
Part 2: Ray is still ruffled in this segment and polls the Roundtable on their thoughts and feelings.