Greg Bishop broadcasts from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library with important conversations about the media, civil rights and even some details about the vast collection of historical documents available at the Presidential Library.
There's another major media merger on the horizon, this time it's between Comcast and Time Warner. What does this mean for the public? We'll talk about the difference between the Mainstream Media and the Alternative Media and how you should really strive to be conscious of what kind of media you're consuming. Just because there are over 200 cable channels doesn't mean you're getting 200 different voices. We'll discuss it further today with Bishop On Air!
Rushton On Air
Illinois Times reporter Bruce Rushton will join Bishop On Air live from the Presidential Library to discuss his recent appearance in front of Springfield Aldermen. Rushton said Tuesday that he's waited 80 days for a FOIA request to fulfilled. We'll dig into that issue and also talk about some of the major stories Rushton is working on--including his latest on Sangamon County Jail. Don't miss this important conversation with one of the areas best investigative reporters!
Suing the NSA
Is it a publicity stunt or is it for real? Senator Rand Paul has filed a class action lawsuit against the Federal Government for their continue spying on Americans. We'll discuss this suit and also what it means for a potential presidential bid. That's ahead with Bishop On Air.
Drones, Immigration, Wages, Waivers
If there's time, we'll delve into some of the more absurd things the Obama Adminstration has been doing concerning using drones on Americans overseas, immigration reform, minimum wages and Obamacare Waivers.
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.