Attorney's plan to sue Secretary of State over open carry ban

This edition of Let it Rip Weekend -- the debate starts on whether gun owners should be allowed to open carry their weapons at polling locations. Then -- Proposal N, a plan by the city of Detroit to clean up blight and revitalize the city -- should it pass? Our panel tackles the issue.

Fallout from alleged militia plot to kidnap Whitmer

A big panel joins us to talk about the suspected plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer headlined by Detroit Free Press reporter Tresa Baldas and No BS Newshour host and Pulitzer-Prize winner Charlie LeDuff. We dive into details about the alleged plan and welcome one of the defense attorneys for one of the suspects.

Breaking down the VP debate

In the first and only vice president debate, US Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Dearborn) and Oakland County GOP Chair Rocky Raczkowski talk about all the big moments.

Attorney says "burn your masks" following Supreme Court decision

This edition of Let it Rip Weekend -- the attorney who argued against Governor Whitmer's executive orders -- breaks down the decision. Plus -- two show regulars, Pete Lucido and Coleman Young, discuss how President Trump's diagnosis of COVID-19 could affect the election.

Breaking down the chaotic Presidential Debate

An all-star panel helps us dissect the first 2020 Presidential debate and where we wonder if anyone's message really was heard among the name-calling, disruptions and awkward moderator performance. In part 3, Charlie Langton goes On the Road and asks metro Detroiters what they thought.

Breonna Taylor grand jury decision; Supreme Court battle brews for RGB seat

This week protests and unrest went on around the country in the wake of a Louisville grand jury that charged one police officer of three involved in Breonna Taylor's death, but not directly for it. Also, the decision to tilt the US Supreme Court to the right is in the wings as President Trump has teased a nomination forthcoming for the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg's former seat.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's impact on former law clerk, presidential election

This edition of Let it Rip Weekend, we honor the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who passed away at the age of 87 from pancreatic cancer. Her former law clerk remembers who she was, in and out of chambers. Then, our panel discusses her loss, and it's impact on the 2020 presidential election.

Let it Rip on the Road: Police Roundtable

On this special edition of Let it Rip Weekend -- 4 police officers tackle the perception of the force, police brutality, black lives matter, and the death of George Floyd, at a round table at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island.

Politics, protest, violence and vigilantes

The race for The White House has two months left while civil unrest boils over across the country. And we talk to one of the Detroit Will Breathe BLM protest organizers demanding the resignation of Detroit Police Chief James Craig. Our all-star panel breaks it down.

Leaders go Head-to-Head on Covid-19, Presidential Election

On this explosive edition of Let it Rip Weekend, County Executive's Mark Hackel and Dave Coulter tackle the Governor's executive orders, Covid-19, and businesses reopening. Plus -- top women leaders in Michigan's political world talk issues that affect how women will vote this election cycle.

Stimulus Troubles, and Biden's V.P. Pick

This edition of Let it Rip -- Two members of Congress go head-to-head over social security, stimulus checks, and the post office. Plus -- two pastors discuss Joe Biden's pick for Vice President.

Whose immune? Doctors debate COVID-19

This weekend on Let it Rip -- Shri Thanedar is back on the ballot. He gives his take on how the Governor is handling the Coronavirus pandemic. Plus -- two medical experts duke it out over the virus -- including whether kids are "immune," like President Trump recently suggested.

Primary surprises; state lawmakers unite across the aisle

In part 1 our panel of political pundits breaks down the primary results from last night and what it might mean for the general election in November. In part 2 Republican state lawmaker Tom Barrett and Democratic representative Adam Hollier talk about their unlikely friendship and working together across the aisle.