On the panel is conservative pundit Jimmy JJ Johnson, attorney Chris Desmond, radio host Brandon Brice, pr expert and former reporter Greg Bowens. Arab American News Editor Osama Siblani joins the second panel.
Robert Ihrie, Attorney for the City of Eastpointe Rick Ector, Gun Expert with “Legally Armed In Detroit” State Rep. Robert Wittenberg, (D) 27th District State Sen. Pete Lucido, (R) Shelby Twp.
Debating Kid Rock is Rev Charles Williams Karen Dumas Matt Friedman and Mark Lee while DPD panel is retired James Kisselburg Lt Carrie Schulz Ofc Baron Coleman and Sgt Anthony Potts
Michigan bans the sale of any marijuana vaping products until further testing can be done. Health officials say a specific ingredient could be to blame for thousands of vaping-related illnesses across the county. Plus, history is made as several metro Detroit communities elected female mayors over male candidates.
On this week's Let It Rip, we discuss Ambassador Sondland's testimony and Colin Kaepernick's audition with the Lions.
Was Ambassador Sondland a star witness for the prosecution or the defense?
Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D-12th District), and Congressman Paul Mitchell (R-10th District) debate the first two impeachment hearings of President Donald Trump.
Part 1 On Monday, the country was privy to the first public hearing in President Trump's impeachment inquiry. Was there a smoking gun, or just a lot of smoke? Are we any closer to the truth tonight than we were last week?
In this episode of Let It Rip we talk about Trump's first public impeachment hearing and Duggan's latest blight proposal.
After settling a year-long racial discrimination lawsuit that embroiled Founders Brewing Co., the beer maker says it will reopen its Detroit taproom early next year. Promising to donate 100 percent of its profits to charity, the company is shifting its focus toward diversity by beefing up its inclusion program. Our panel debates if the brewery is taking the right step to regain the trust of Detroit. Panel: Timothy Tharp, Co-Owner of Checker Bar Karen Dumas, Media Consultant Charity Dean, Director of Detroit's Civil Rights Office Greg Bowens, PR Expert
The ongoing impeachment drama is one of the big topics on Let It Rip.
The ongoing impeachment drama is one of the big topics on Let It Rip. Plus, Jeffrey Epstein may be dead, but a reporter's hot mic moment is re-igniting the controversy about the news media and Epstein's powerful friends.
State Democratic lawmakers introduce legislation that will ensure access to abortion for Michigan women. The Reproductive Health Care Act would repeal existing laws that prohibit or restrict access to abortion. The bills are largely symbolic, though. The measures are going to be difficult to adopt in the Republican-controlled Legislature. Our panel also celebrates the life and legacy of former U.S. Rep. John Conyers.
UAW and GM round table of John McElroy, Henry Payne, Paul Eisenstein and Greg Bowens. Syria roundtable of Christina Karamo Jamie Roe Brigadier Gen. Michael McDaniel and Brandon Brice.
Week five of the UAW strike against General Motors is about to start - and there is no end in sight.
State Rep. Pete Lucido, State Sen. Jeff Irwin, State Rep. Pam Hornberger, public relations expert Karen Dumas.
On the panel, Rep. Debbie Dingell (D) Rep. Paul Mitchell (R), PR expert Greg Bowens and Oakland County GOP leader Andrew "Rocky" Raczkowski.
Let It Rip Weekend kicks off with vaping related illnesses and recent deaths. Also the UAW has entered it's third week of the strike, but what does that mean for the economy?
The panel includes: Retired Brigadier Gen. Michael McDaniel, conservative pundit Jimmy "JJ" Johnson, State Rep. Sherry Gay Dagnogo and Tori Sachs, executive director of Michigan Rising Action.
Our Let it Rip panel talks the UAW strike with GM. On the panel, Detroit News columnist Nolan Finley, auto analyst Paul Eisenstein, activist Greg Bowens, Ford line worker Brian Pannebecker, former GM worker Howard Mitchell and auto critic Henry Payne.