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Best NewsRadio 840 WHAS podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best NewsRadio 840 WHAS podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Jim Strader is recognized as one of the best outdoor communicators in the country. His career as an outdoor columnist, radio broadcaster, expo producer and outdoor television host has firmly established Jim as one of the nation’s leading experts. Hear Jim Strader Outdoors every Sunday night at 6 in Louisville on NewsRadio 840 WHAS.
 
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Former Virginia Congresswoman Barbara Comstock discussed a hearing with tech giants (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, and Google) on Capitol Hill. She talked about why these companies are not monopolies, why anti-trust laws do not apply to them, regulation of social media, China's influence on TikTok...By NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM)
 
Congressman Brett Guthrie discussed the continuing negotiations between the House and Senate over the next COVID-19 relief package. He talked about relaxing restrictions on money from the first package that has not been spent on the state and local level, why that money may be unspent, and finding a solution to the unemployment aid issue. The Congr…
 
Hayley and the Knobs on some guys from new Zealand getting lost on a 3-hour cruise, an eastern Kentucky lawyer allegedly assaulting women in his office, Elon Musk's belief that aliens built the pyramids, fitness, fatness, and super shady social media influencers...By NewsRadio 840 WHAS (WHAS-AM)
 
Congressman John Yarmuth talked about the negotiations over the next stimulus package and how long they may take, the impacts of Senator Majority Leader McConnell and House Leader Pelosi on the negotiations, the President's claim to stop evictions, the need/future of Presidential debates, and what will happen if states and localities are not given …
 
Kentucky House Rep. Charles Booker talked about the inspiration he got from his Senate run and how it lead to the creation of his new organization "Hood to the Holler" to connect voices across the Commonwealth. He also discussed assisting Amy McGrath in her run against Senator McConnell, the unrest in Louisville over the death of Breonna Taylor, an…
 
Congressman John Yarmuth covered all sides of the (possible) next stimulus package. He discussed the current negotiations and the lag between the House approving a package in may and the Senate proposed package, the extension of unemployment benefits, the rift in the Republican party of the second package, litigation protection for businesses, and …
 
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called in while he is home for the weekend to talk all about the HEALS Act. He touched on the liability protection for businesses, the separation in the Republican party over the package, the Commonwealth sitting on most of the money sent to them in the first stimulus a few months ago, encouraging people to co…
 
Erika Branch, the Executive Director at Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana, told us all about the 13th Annual Denim & Diamonds Virtual Gala Celebration and how you can have a good time and help the Parkinson Support Center of Kentuckiana provide support to those with Parkinson's throughout our community...…
 
Dr. Ricky Jones joined us again, despite threats to his life, to discuss the University of Louisville's goal to be the 'premier anti-racist metropolitan research university,' the importance of graduating good citizens at U of L, and a group of African-American attorneys claiming indictments in the Breonna Taylor case are longshots...…
 
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