Oxford High School let Ethan Crumbley back into a classroom despite concerns about his behavior. Now, legal experts are asking why. Plus, threats of violence force dozens of schools to close, while others remain open. Who is ultimately responsible to keep students safe? And are new gun laws necessary to prevent future tragedies inside Michigan schools, or do the tools already exist? Charlie Langton's Guests: Dr. R.J. Webber, Assistant Superintendent Novi Schools; Amy Conway, Superintendent Gibraltar Schools; Ven Johnson, Attorney; Bill Kucyk, Owner, Action Impact Firearm Range
This special on the Oxford High School mass shooting includes Sheriff Michael Bouchard among an all-star panel, as we dissect the many feelings we are all working through.
Our first panel looks at the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse and the murder of Ahmaud Arbury while the second panel looks at the spike in COVID-19 in Michigan.
Charlie Langton discusses Danny Fenster sentencing, AG Nessel 'Tailgate Gate' and State Rep Jones plea deal offer.
A Veterans Day edition of Let It Rip where we learn from those who have sacrificed for our country and talk about the way forward.
Our panel looks at yesterday's election results in Detroit, the suburbs as well as on a national level.
Although incumbent Mayor Mike Duggan declined an invitation, his challenger did not. Attorney Anthony Adams took questions from our round table and discussed his platforms with the general election less than a month away.
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Our sports panel looks at the fallout of the Jon Gruden scandal, while our political group tackles the newly redrawn voting districts as neither Republicans nor Democrats are happy.
After stunning testimony from an ex-Facebook employee to Congress who said Facebook is tearing the country apart and endangering the lives of teens - especially young women - what can we do? Our panel looks at the impact and possible ways to address the social media conundrum.
Michigan businesses are struggling to find workers and the city of Detroit's violent crime is at 13 per week.
Towing contract corruption is again rearing its ugly head in Detroit politics. Then our panel looks at the question of workplaces forcing employees to be vaccinated amid the great resignation and job openings across the country. Could it lead to more problems?
Republicans slipped in some language regarding mandates about masks and vaccinations in the state budget. Are they binding? Will the governor sign it? Our panel discusses this and the one million Covid case milestone Michigan reached this week.
Ingham County Circuit Court Judge Rosemarie Aquilina joins Charlie Langton to discuss the failings of the Nassar Investigation and why she feels the Judicial system is broken.
President Joe Biden’s sweeping new vaccine requirements to stop the spread of the deadly Covid virus-have Republican governors- and others- threatening lawsuits. And while many details about the rules remain unknown, can the government tell us what to put in our body? This week' s panel: Attorney Geoffrey Fieger, Attorney Katherine Henry, Dr. Michael Busuito and Dr. Farhan Bhatti.
Our panel looks at the 20-year mark after 9/11 as we mark a somber anniversary this weekend.
With hundreds or more Americans left behind, and a possible terrorist superstate now created in an unstable region, what can the US do next? Our panel breaks it all down.
The 2020 election is over. Yet hundreds of pro-Trump lawsuits were filed challenging the results. But this week, a Michigan federal judge in a 110-page opinion -- threw out the recent lawsuit. She adds the Trump lawyers needs to learn the law. Debating is pro-Trump lawyer Greg Rohl and David Fink, who defended the City of Detroit.
A judge sanctions 9 pro-trump attorneys. Is the election-fraud saga finally over? Plus, the FBI raids Detroit City Hall. How will this affect voters? We debate on Let it Rip Weekend.
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