Ray and Joe Bruno start the morning talking the government shutdown. They just touch on it in this segment, but sure there is more to come later in the show. Fox News Radio’s Simon Owen brings us the Olympics. He gives us a comparison on the weather and how this is the coldest to which he has gone.
Part 1: Ray is joined by NewsCenter Maine’s Bill Green, Host of Bill Green’s Maine Saturdays at 7:00pm and weekly segments, Green Outdoors and My Hometown, on NewsCenter Maine. He was fortunate to be able to cover the Super Bowl for the first time. They talk about price of tickets and the scalpers. Ray asks Bill about his favorite Super Bowl story. It was meeting Tom Brady’s cousins that live in Minnesota. Part 2: Ray and Bill talk about some of the quarterback and how they “read the field”. Tom Brady is a master. Bill also loves Gronk and how sad it was that he was robbed while he was out of town. He describes what he would do to people that steal and cyber thiefs. Part 3: Bill tells us how he got his job at NewCenter Maine. Thank you McDonald’s. If it weren’t for them, we wouldn’t have this treasure, Bill Green. Part 4: Ray asks Bill some questions. Who was his favorite interview? What was his best story? Bill explains his process to a point. They talk about people in office. They talk about life’s journey. Part 5: Ray thanks Bill for coming in and they tease Pat Callaghan for not calling in today.
David Ciullo of Career Management Services and Dale Carnegie Maine, he also hosts The H.R. PowerHour on WLOB Radio. Dave talks a little about how Maine needs to have more talent in the workforce. He was up in Augusta this week and he tells us about that experience. He also tells us about a class he has two openings left that is starting soon. Call him at 775-3253 if you don’t see what you’re looking for – consider us your guides!
Ray is frustrated that the Former President Bush never said a word about how things were going or any of the programs during the Obama Administration. Now that Trump is President, he has all of a sudden found his voice.
Sam Witkowski joins us by phone from Loyola University New Orleans to share her good news. She was selected to be a live anchor for a news organization at the Bacchus Mardi Gras Parade on Sunday. As a former WLOB Radio’s The Ray Richardson Show Intern. We are so proud of her….Go Sammy!!!
Ray starts off with a brief overview of the ramifications of the FBI colluding with the Democrats to influence an election. This is a very bad thing and people need to wake up and understand what all of this means if it isn’t stopped.
Ray and Debi start today with the snow. Then get into House minority leader Nancy Pelosi took to the House floor and spoke for more than five hours in 4″ heels to plead for the “Dreamers”. Ray also touched on the FISA memo and the texts between FBI’s Strzok-Page.
Fox News Radio’s Jon Decker joins by phone to discuss what’s going on in Washington. The FISA memo, Trey Goudy, Lindsey Graham, Steve Bannon, all are discussed. President Trump and Sen.Graham have played golf and have a complicated relationship. Mueller’s team that has no love loss for Trump. FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page’s text messages prove it. They go back to how people don’t support the troops and let elected people off.
Portland Mayor Ethan Strimling joins us by phone as we does on Wednesdays. They talk about his bet with Portland, Pennsylvania Mayor and now because the Patriots lost, he has to shave his head. Ethan then goes into his State of the City Address from last week.
Part 1: Ray talks to Bill Diamond about All Med Staffing. Ray briefly goes Ethan Strimling. They are talking about people that they philosophically disagree with, but truly like as a person. They touch on the Maine Turnpike and what a great job Peter Mills has done. Part 2: Ray asks Bill about the 12 person primary and how left they truly are. They talk about Janet Mills and how she is a great person. She is tough as nails and will explain why she feels you are wrong in your opinion. Ray asks Bill who he thinks Ranked Choice Voting helps the most.
Part 1: State Sen. Bill Diamond joins us in studio. There are two different versions of a bill to prevent FGM in Augusta. Republican bill includes crossing state lines, Democrats doesn’t. The ACLU wants to not make it a crime, but just educate. Part 2: Fox News Radio’s Rachel Sutherland joins us by phone to discuss the latest in the Immigration Deal. The government shutdown is looming again. Great civics lesson.