Fox News Radio’s Rachel Sutherland reports that Air Force General John Hyten, commander of the U.S. Strategic Command (STRATCOM), started the debate when he told an audience at the Halifax International Security Forum in Nova Scotia, Canada that he had thought a lot about what to say if he received such an order.
David Jones and Ray talk about tomorrow’s Political Roundtable. Panel includes: Making Maine Great Again PAC’s David Jones, Assistant House Leader Ellie Espling and Rep. Rich Cebra. Ray and David talk about Rich and his achievements.
David Jones of F. O. Bailey Real Estate and Ray start off talking about the need of inventory and how everybody thinks that the right time to sell is in the Spring. Well, if everybody is selling in the “Spring”, putting your property up now, you will not get lost in the shuffle and will sell it a lot quicker. David bring is in another David, David Lichten from Milk Street Capital in Portland.
Part 1: Ray, Debi and David discuss a story that Ray read about Garden City Community College 19-year-old Rasool Samir, who continued shooting balls during the National Anthem Nov. 1, leading to a confrontation with a fan who accused him of disrespecting the flag. The American Civil Liberties Union has voiced concern that the school violated the his civil rights when they kicked him off of the team for not following school policy of not staying the locker room until after the National Anthem. School claims he quit the team.
Part 2: This discussion continued….
Ray, Debi A. Davis and David Jones discuss the Salvation Army. Donations are way down this year. If you don’t see a kettle, you can always donate at one of their offices. Sen. Susan Collins has in the past said we need to amend ObamaCare and have Tax Reform, now that we have that opportunity to start that process, she seems to block all opportunities to do so. She would like to wait to see where it all will end up before making up her mind.
Fox News Radio’s Tonya J. Powers has a fun little poll. The question was: How many people will avoid talking politics over the holiday season?
Fox News Radio’s Simon Owen brings us the latest in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has until noon (1000 GMT) on Monday to stand down or the ruling ZANU-PF will begin impeachment proceedings after the 93-year-old leader defied expectations he would resign.
Part 1: Deb Shangraw of Emerald Management representing Maine Real Estate Management Association (MREMA), brings in two handsome Marines again. Staff Sgt. Drew Roberson and Sgt. Keith Roy. Drew is the Toys for Tots Coordinator and Keith will be taking over next year. They are here to promote MREMA Toys For Tots & Teens Benefit Dinner & Auctions taking place on Friday December 1, 2017 starting @ 5pm.
Part 2: BIW, Empire Reindeer Club and MREMA are all in competition to raise the most money for Toys for Tots.
Ray plays the clip of the interview of Susan Collins pledging to only serve two terms. She is not honoring her promises. She has served way more than two terms and not ever voting with the Republicans.
Ray starts the segment with all of the Gubernatorial candidates that are running. Ray takes a call from a new listener and he brings up the tax relief and tax breaks that Ray was talking about in a previous segment and questioned him. Ray emphasized that he was quoting Reagan’s numbers. They also talk about Susan Collins promise of only “two terms”.
Ray had a caller this morning to talk about how society has lowered its standards and that is why we have the issues that we are having today. Ray agrees with him and then talks about how music, movies and video games have desensitized us from what is happening in today’s society.
Ray is still on a roll….he is back on to Medicaid Expansion and the effects it will have in the long run. Catholic Charities, Maine Equal Justice Partners and Maine People’s Alliance all want your money and if you don’t give it to them, you are a horrible and non-caring individual. This is the link that Ray used for his numbers for the Gross Domestic Product.
Fox News Radio’s Rachel Sutherland brings the latest on Sen. Al Franken accusations. She and Ray talk about the “me too” movement. Ray acknowledges that any woman that has this experience doesn’t ever get over it and Rachel has had a “me too” experience and believes that women can go on and live productive lives, she says that there are things that trigger those memories, but she has to continue her life. Sad situation that men and women have to be so “careful” as to not offend.
Fox News Radio’s offering is Jessica Jackson Sloan. She is a human rights attorney and co-founder of #cut50, a national bipartisan effort aimed at reducing America’s incarceration rate. Today she brings the story on Hillary Clinton. On Wednesday, she slammed what she described as the “politicization of the Justice Department” after reports that the Trump administration was considering a special counsel to probe the Uranium One deal and alleged conflicts with the Clinton Foundation. President Trump has criticized the uranium deal and suggested that Clinton, who served as U.S. secretary of state in the Obama administration, may be implicated in wrongdoing. But in an interview with Mother Jones, Clinton claimed that the Uranium One story has been “debunked” a number of times and that the Trump administration was merely using the story as a distraction.