Today marks the first day of the new time slot for Bishop On Air! Right at 9am tune in for three hours of Greg Bishop giving you unconventional talk from a liberty perspective you won't find anywhere else in central Illinois.
Today we'll talk policy taking a backseat to political scandals, city business concerning vacation and sick time payouts and rail consolidation and we'll also talk about the Super Bowl. That's all ahead with Bishop On Air from 9 to noon CST on 970 WMAY, The News and Talk of Springfield.
I didn't watch any of it. Was it worth your time? Regardless of what happened on the field, we'll review what happened before hand with the interview Bill O'reilly did with President Barack Obama, and an oddity during a post game press conference where some dude was talking 9-11 Truth.
We're expected to be joined by several Springfield Aldermen to discuss pending city business. First up will be Alderman Frank Edwards. We'll talk with the Ward 1 Alderman about his vote to table an amendment that would have changed the sick and vacation time payouts to city employees. Then we'll be joined by Ward 7's Joe McMenamin to discuss his concerns over rail relocation efforts through the capital city. That's at 10:30 and 11, respectively.
We'll also open things up to discuss political scandals. We'll re-air the interview Jim Leach did with State Treasurer and GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Dan Rutherford. This salacious story is sadly taking away from the real important business of policy decisions like taxes and budgets. But, America loves us some scandals. We'll dig into the discussion during 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. Also, be sure to check out the podcast updates with the Bishop On Air Podcast.