Can new state red flag laws curb gun violence?
Legal gun owners are again becoming the targets of knee-jerk, emotional legislation argue some, while others think it is a common-sense solution to help prevent tragedy. On the first panel: Chad King Black Bottom Gun Club, Congresswoman Haley Stevens (D-Michigan), Washtenaw County Prosecutor Eli Savit, and Brenden Boudreau, National Association for Gun Rights. Part 2: Macomb County Prosecutor Pete Lucido, Bishop Bonnie Perry, Episcopal Diocese of Michigan.
Troy district honors math controversy; Mexico border crisis
The Troy school board has voted to eliminate the honors track for Math in favor of a single track for all students - and some parents are livid. In part 2, we discuss the end of Title 42 and the impact on border crossings amid the current migrant influx.
Evaluating Oxford schools safety report; is AI going too far?
On this edition of Let It Rip, the panel discusses the newly released report that evaluates safety changes at Oxford schools. Plus, AI can write and even emulate voices. Has it gone too far?
The debate over gender-changing surgery for kids; the Big 3's electric gamble
Some states have passed bills regarding sex-change surgeries for minors, but others are moving to block them. What could be in store for Michigan? In Part 2 we discuss the electric vehicle debate and whether the Big 3 and the industry are ready to make the plunge.
Biden announces re-election bid; Lions sports betting suspensions
A political potpourri with Detroit City Councilman Coleman Young Jr. and Macomb County Pete Lucido in part 1 and Braylon Edwards joins us in the second segment to talk Lions and sports gambling.
Solutions for curbing downtown Detroit shootings; the gun-free zone debate
Our first panel looks at the causes and what can be done as downtown Detroit - specifically Greektown was left reeling from a violent weekend. In part two, we look at one Detroit councilwoman's gun-free zone idea.
Texas abortion pill restrictions; gun safety bills signed into law
In part one we discuss the restrictions on the abortion pill mifepristone while in part two we discuss if shootings in Detroit will be curbed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's new gun reform bills she signed into law Thursday.
Are charges against former President Trump politically motivated?
On Let It Rip, the panel discusses if charges against former President Donald Trump are politically motivated. Plus, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer recently discussed what she has accomplished during her first 100 days of her second term. The panel debates what she has done.
Former President Trump indicted, what's next?
As the left side of the political aisle celebrates and believes Trump's past actions might be catching up with him, GOP supporters say it's one more example of the legal system's weaponization.
The Michigan GOP's hyperbolic WWII tweet; Gun reform bills closer to reality
The controversial state Republican tweet invoking offensive Holocaust imagery with gun control continues to be a talking point for both aisles. A package of gun reform bills are moving through the legislature - but will they only hurt legal gun owners?
Should Detroit trust new District Detroit plans; banking tensions rise
In Part 1 community activists Khary Frazier and Pastor Maurice Hardwick discuss the new plan for affordable housing in District Detroit. Part 2: Recent bank collapses have investors worried - Perry Johnson and Greg Bowens break it down.
DTE president 1-on-1 talks recent power outages; AG Dana Nessel speaks out on solutions
In Part 1, Trevor F. Lauer, president and COO DTE Electric is questioned about the massive power outages that SE Michigan has suffered the past two weeks. In Part 2, Attorney General Dana Nessel sounds off on how DTE can be held accountable.
Train derailment waste sent to Michigan; is Ukraine a forever war?
In Part 1 we discuss the ice storm that caused a lengthy DTE power outage as well as the shipment of E. Palestine train waste to Wayne County. In Part 2, what does success in the Russia-Ukraine war look like and why are we there?
State gun reform after MSU shooting; new Michigan GOP leader
In part one Lori Goldman of Fems for Dems and former Detroit Police Chief James Craig talk gun reform post-MSU. In part two, new state GOP leader Kristina Karamo and former Democrat State Rep. Sherry Gay Dagnogo talk about the political climate
Let It Rip special: The mass shooting at Michigan State
Our panels review the emotional toll - and possible reform that may come from the shooting at MSU that left three students dead and five injured.
Balloon-gate; State of the Union cheers & jeers
We talk about the Chinese spy balloon and what took so long to bring it down, while our second tandem of experts examines the hits and misses of Biden's State of the Union.
Tyre Nichols and the renewed call for police reform
After the death of Tyre Nichols in Memphis, there is a renewed call to action for police reform.
Breaking down Whitmer's 2023 State of the State
Our panels examine Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's 2023 State of the State.
More presidential document trouble; Michigan Supreme Court strife
Our first panel looks at the continued fallout from Justice Richard Bernstein's comments about Justice Kyra Harris Bolden's hiring attempt of a staffer with a criminal past. In part 2 we look at the differences with the Biden document mess from the Trump incident.
Breaking down FOX 2's exclusive interview with Kamala Harris
FOX 2 had plenty to ask Vice President Kamala Harris during her visit to Michigan - among them, who is to blame for the border crisis and how will the inflation reduction act help combat the climate crisis. Roop Raj also got to ask about Michigan in the national political landscape as well as her thoughts on President Joe Biden running again