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WKOK Sunrise, Monday, May 23, 2022:
This Morning — America’s First News with Gordon Deal
- Speculation is beginning to grow: will President Biden seek a second term? His age and weak approval ratings are current factors…
- Are Americans speaking out both sides of our mouth? We say one thing, but do another…when it comes to our spending habits…
7:10am and 7:40am: Dalton Savidge, Snyder County resident, local electric choice expert, on the impending PPL supply rate increase, how to avoid the rate increase and how to shop around. We’ll explain your electric bill (again) and talk about the more than 100 choices you have for your electricity supplier. You could pay hundreds of dollars too much if you don’t shop around.
On The Mark with co-host Joe McGranaghan:
8:30am to 10:00am: Open phones. We’ll shoot for more CBS analysis of the implications of the Oz/McCormick race.
Photo by Sara Lauver. Another stunner of a sunrise recently, at the Sunbury Broadcasting Corporation
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan talk about the rising popularity of President Trump, esp. among Republicans who once kept their support muted, or even vocalized their opposition. We discussed the morals, values and ethics of Pres. Trump, the booming economy and why the GOP is fully behind the president at this time. We scattered in some milk/white supremacist remarks as well.
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan argue about the Honduran caravan, President Donald J. Trump’s response, the response of most people locally, the quiet Democrats on the issue, and other opinions. We talk about the PETA news release linking milk to white supremacists. Also, US Senate candidate Dale Kerns calls in for a 9-minute segment. He has been invited to call or visit again for more time.
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan discuss the President Donald Trump’s response to the Honduran caravan with thousands of people heading to the US border. We discuss how, if at all, our Christianity should influence the nation’s response. We did a finding of fact which excluded Mark’s false claim that Pres. Trump funded the caravan in order to foment division.
Mark Lawrence and guest co-host Ben Reichley host Dan Meuser, US Congressional candidate, seeking office in the 9th District. The candidate from Dallas PA explained his campaign, his stance on big issues, compare and contrast with his opponent and he talked about what he’d like to do in office. Then during open phones, we discussed the Catholic Church investigation by the US Justice Department.
Joe McGranaghan and guest co-host Steve Kusheloff argue about President Trump, Jamal Khashoggi, immigration, the Honduran caravan coming toward the US, and a wide range of other topics.
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan discuss the recalcitrant legislature unwilling to act on the Catholic Church legislative child sexual abuse measures, and the the narcisistic tendencies of President Trump. One local resident, whose daughter worked for the Trump family, says he is a very nice man and is not like he is being described. We also talked about our compromised privacy in this world.
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan talk about the interviews lately with Hilary Clinton, Melania Trump and Pres. Trump. We discuss the media slant, the hypocrisy and people’s reactions to their remarks. Also, state Attorney General Josh Shapiro, and a letter for Catholics.
Mark Lawrence and co-host Ben Reichley talk about the Shikellamy/Southern Columbia football game, the SCA football team’s success, and athletics vs. academics. Then we discuss the President’s meeting with Kanye West, why some conservatives don’t recognize objective media any longer and topics related to Justice Kavanaugh.
Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan host democratic US congressional candidate Denny Wolff, who is seeking to beat Dan Meuser in the 9th district congressional race. We talk budgets, abortion, death penalty and gun control. Then during open phones, we discussed the accomplishments, and misdeeds of US President Donald John Trump, including the 22 women who have accused him of inappropriate behavior, and his many accomplishments as president. Hilary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Justice Kavanaugh and several key leaders were talked about.
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