Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel spoke about the Flint water case charges being thrown out by the state supreme court and what happens next and the implications for what happens post-Roe
On this edition of Let It Rip, the issue of God in government is discussed as pastor Ralph Rebandt runs for Michigan governor. Also, gun laws and a potential huge tax break for Dan Gilbert are debated.
Ryan Kelley, a realtor from Michigan's west side, talks about his January 6th misdemeanor charges and vision for the state; state Attorney General Dana Nessel's comments about drag queens in schools causes a stir.
One of the five remaining GOP candidates for governor Garrett Soldano joins us in the first segment to talk about his vision for Michigan. In the second segment, recently disqualified candidates James Craig and Perry Johnson reveal their next step.
Our panel examines the report Mayor Mike Duggan responded to, as well as questions about what really gets done for the common folks at the Mackinac Policy Conference. Also the GOP field gets cut down to size.
Our first panel discusses the tragic mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas. In part two, we break down the gubernatorial campaign chaos with five candidates disqualified.
Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is in part 1, while in the second segment our panel talks about her claims that former President Donald Trump threatened her after the 2020 election and we discuss the tragic racially motivated shooting in Buffalo.
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has the potential to impact Michigan and the rest of the country. The panel debates abortion rights.
Republican challenger for Michigan attorney general Matthew DePerno joins us to talk about his candidacy. He then joined our panel in the second segment to discuss the SCOTUS opinion leak on Roe and other election topics.
Charlie debates expanding facial recognition and shot spotter technologies and the possible ban on menthol cigarettes.
Charlie discusses the Michigan GOP convention and how National DNA day led a WYCD radio host to the brother she didn't know she had.
Democrat State Sen. Mallory McMorrow joins us after her speech on the floor in Lansing went viral, while in part two we look at the renewed effort by the Biden Administration to enforce masks on planes.
In our first segment, gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon states her case for the state's top job. In segment two our panel analyzes the fatal police shooting of Patrick Lyoya in Grand Rapids.
Michigan Republican candidate for governor, Tudor Dixon, is defending the Grand Rapids police officer who shot and killed Patrick Lyoya, saying he should have obeyed the officers's commands.
The future of Roe Vs. Wade is uncertain, so now two lawsuits are hoping to protect a woman's right to choose here in Michigan. Why Governor Whitmer is now targeting some of her allies and why the battle could ultimately land in the hands of state lawmakers. Plus, a new warning from Ukraine's president as efforts to send help from Michigan ramp up. How you can join the efforts to send out more medical supplies.
In our first segment GOP candidate and former DPD Chief Craig talks about CRT and the Florida Parental Rights bill. In part two our panel talks about Craig's position and his chances in Lansing.
Former President Trump returns to Michigan, pushing his agenda and the Republican candidates he supports. Was his 'Save America' rally a success? Then, the fate of four men, accused of plotting to kidnap Governor Gretchen Whitmer, is in the hands of the jury. What can we expect as deliberations get underway? And finally, many workers are preparing to return to the office, while others are opting to quit. Charlie Langton breaks down the numbers and trends in Michigan.
Our panels take a look at Donald Trump's visit this weekend with an eye on midterms, and we'll examine the fallout from the Will Smith Oscars slap embarrassment.
On the eve of Huel Perkins' and Monica Gayle's retirement - they are in the guest chairs for a special edition of Let It Rip. It's usual co-host Charlie Langton running the show, asking the questions for Huel and Monica.
In this very special Let It Rip, Huel Perkins and Monica Gayle take the guest chairs and answer the questions about their distinguished careers, memories - and what's next for retirement.