Greg Bishop hosts three hours of liberty-minded talk with Bishop On Air from 9 to noon only on 970 WMAY, The News and Talk of Springfield!
Early morning fire
We'll be joined right off the bat by Springfield Fire Chief Ken Fustin to talk about the early morning fire that knocked out a HVAC motor, effectively knocking out the AC on a day that is far too hot (and in case you missed the news, the Howlett building is closed today). We'll also talk with Chief Fustin about a report from a citizen about an unattended firetruck outside a grocery store. We'll get that and more out today with Bishop On Air!
News on the March
We'll work our way through a slew of local, state, national and international news to include the latest out of Ukraine, Israel, and more! Plus, we'll get an update on a Freedom of Information Act Request to the Illinois State Police about the use of cellphone intercept technology. Also, we'll dig into the problem facing the medical marijuana pilot program and in particular the problems facing hospitals wanting to get involved. And we'll try to better frame the income tax increase expiration as a savings for tax payers, not a blow to big government.
Springfield Public Schools are at it again ... not doing their due diligence in educating the public about their rights under the vaccine law. A call put out during Monday's school board meeting urged parents to ensure their kids are properly vaccinated before attending school. Did they provide information about the medical and religious exemptions? Nope! Why wouldn't a school do what they are supposed to do ... educate!?!?! We'll talk with Barbara Loe Fisher from the National Vaccine Information Center just after 11am CST on Bishop On Air!
Sound off with Bishop On Air from 9 to noon on 970 WMAY, The News and Talk of Springfield. Listen live and call 217-629-7970, email, Tweet or Facebook and find Greg Bishop on Liberty.me. Also, be sure to check out the podcast updates with the Bishop On Air Podcast.