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Friday, December 15th
Creating Jobs for American Families
Rob Pratte talked to listeners about the tax plan and if it will help American families and job creation or hurt the middle class and small business owners.
Moving Past the Past
Rob Pratte continued to discuss tax reform with listeners and discussed the changes local communities have seen throughout the years.
Rob Pratte filled in for Mike Pintek and discussed the GOP Tax Plan that legislators continue to negotiate. And elementary students from the Moon Area School District treated listeners to some Christmas Songs as they celebrated money raised for Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh’s Free Care Fund.
Thursday, December 14th
GOP Tax Bill: For the Wealthy?
Mike talks about the GOP Tax Bill and its incentives for the wealthy over the middle and lower classes.
Net Neutrality: The End
Mike talks about Net Neutrality and the hyperbole associated with arguments for and against it.
Omarosa Manigault-Newman Ousted From White House
Mike talks to callers about the news that Omarosa Manigault-Newman is no longer working for the Trump administration.
Wednesday, December 13th
Bags of Boogers
Look out! It’s going to snow again! Mike Pintek learned that Steve Bannon doesn’t just look like a bag of rumpled laundry; he looks like a “disheveled drunk” too, according to Congressman Peter King (R-NY). And politicians look like a bag of something according to an ex-baseball star. And Mike heard from listeners about who they would send to the moon – and leave there.
To The Moon
Mike Pintek talked to callers about who they would send on a one-way trip to the moon, and a boy from Tennessee whose viral video about being bullied that Mike isn’t so sure about anymore. And everyone is still taking the religion out of Christmas.
Doug Jones Beats Roy Moore
KDKA Radio Political Analyst Bill Green joined Mike Pintek to discuss Democrat Doug Jones’s surprising win over Republican Roy Moore in Alabama’s special Senate election Tuesday night. The minority and suburban turnouts, and last month’s election results do not bode well for the GOP and some listeners believe this will be a trend across the country. Jones will not be certified until December 26th at the earliest as Republicans in Congress continue their attempt to pass their tax plan before Christmas while they are still the majority.
Tuesday, December 12th
INPAX’s Sam Rosenberg Talks Awareness, Defense
Sam Rosenberg is a former Marine Officer and the founder of
INPAX Academy of Personal Protection
. He joined Mike Pintek to discuss his goals in helping people to protect themselves and INPAX’s new 30,000 square-foot facility being built in McCandless Crossing that will house offices, training, and an indoor shooting range. He gave listeners tips to keep themselves safe, told them what they can learn at INPAX, and reminds everyone that “it’s good to have a lifeguard, but ultimately you should know how to swim.”
Mike Pintek continued to take calls on Congressional candidate Roy Moore as the Alabama special election continues and the precipitation that was blown out of proportion. Luckily for Kim Jong Un, he can control the weather.
Mike Pintek was blown away by the day’s “blizzard” after the news media blew the forecast out of proportion yet again. He heard from callers braving all seven tenths of an inch of snow about the forecast and Roy Moore’s campaign that comes to an end today after some interesting comments by his wife at last night’s final rally.
Monday, December 11th
Alabama Special Election
Chris Moore discussed accused sexual predators in powerful positions and tomorrow’s special election in Alabama that he believes Roy Moore will win.
Chris Moore filled in for Mike Pintek and spoke with Timothy Karr, Senior Director of Strategy of the
Free Press Action Fund
, about the upcoming December 14th vote on Network Neutrality by the FCC. Mr. Karr described what Net Neutrality means and what it could mean for consumers if it is repealed. He urged listeners to educate themselves on the issue and
contact their Congressmen
regarding its protection.
Monetization of Criminality
Chris Moore talked to callers about the most recent move by jails and prisons to make money: video calls. Officials claim the termination of face-to-face visits will make thing safer, but Chris and some listeners believe it speaks to the larger issue of monetizing incarceration in America.
Friday, December 8th
Rob Pratte continued to take calls on Americans using guns to protect their homes and families and how communities have changed over the years.
Rob Pratte filled in for Mike Pintek and talked to callers about the ongoing investigation into Russian collusion during the 2016 presidential election and a story out of Ellwood City in which a man fatally shot a robber who broke into his home.
Crime in Communities
Rob Pratte talked to listeners about joblessness and how that can impact crime in communities.
Thursday, December 7th
Tax Plan Polls
It’s Pearl Harbor Day. Mike Pintek shared his own experience visiting the memorial in Hawaii before taking calls about the Republicans’ Tax Reform Plan. Although the final bill hasn’t been decided on, Mike knows enough to believe it is a reform for the rich.
Mike wants to party for Christmas. He talked to listeners about Liberals’ double standards and told them a tale of Jesus’s butt.
Senator Al Franken Resigns, Bill Green Weighs In
Senator Al Franken announced his resignation just before The Mike Pintek Show. KDKA Radio Political Analyst Bill Green joined Mike Pintek to discuss the ramifications of this resignation on the heels of that of Senator Conyers. They also discussed calls for State Representative Metcalfe to step down and the most recent polls regarding the GOP Tax Plan, of which Bill Green remains weary.
Wednesday, December 6th
Frisky in Ringaskiddy
Mike Pintek debated with callers about Representative Daryl Metcalfe’s comments toward Representative Matt Bradford, and brought out the name-callers. He also discussed President Trump’s decision to acknowledge Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and move the U.S. Embassy, before talking about a very “excitable” town in Ireland.
Ask The Judge 12/6/17
It was Judge Bob Dzvonick’s final Ask The Judge installment before his retirement! He fielded questions about sentencing, oaths, and municipal governments. Mike Pintek and Judge Dzvonick also discussed radar gun use.
Mike Pintek spoke with State Representative Daryl Metcalfe (R-12) about his “touching” comments from a committee hearing yesterday toward State Representative Matt Bradford (D-70).
Tuesday, December 5th
Weird but True Christmas
Senior Editor for National Geographic Kids Books, Kate Hale joined Mike to talk about some interesting facts about Christmas that not many people know.
Matt Lauer, Immigration and a Pittsburgh woman tased
Mike speaks about the latest story on Matt Lauer where it was discovered that he had a bag of sex toys in his office. Mike then takes calls on what Trump has done so far on immigration. Finally, Mike talks about the story reported by channel four about the woman who escaped from a Pittsburgh hospital and was then tased by University of Pittsburgh police after she was running through the streets.
Trump Obstruction of Justice?
Andrew McCarthy of the National Review joins Mike to talk about the recent article written about Trump being investigated for Obstruction of Justice
Monday, December 4th
Mike Flynn Lies to the FBI, Baker Refuses Service to Same-Sex Couple
Mike Pintek talked about a Supreme Court case looking at the religious rights of a baker who refused to bake a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. He also talked about the latest out in the Russia Probe including Mike Flynn admitting that he lied to the FBI.
SCOTUS Hears Colorado Baker's Religious Freedom Case
Mike Pintek talks to callers about a Supreme Court case to be heard tomorrow involving a baker in Colorado refusing to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. Mike says it's bad for business to refuse the cake but on the other hand, why would you want a cake from a business that looks down upon your lifestlye?
GOP Tax Bill Misses the Mark with Trump Supporters
Mike Pintek talks about the tax bill that passed in the Senate this weekend. Mike says the Republicans aren't on the same page as President Trump with helping the middle class.
Thursday, November 30th
Enabling Sexual Predation
Chris Moore finished his conversations with callers regarding taxes, Trump and military service before speaking to Paul Bland, Executive Director of
, about how non-disclosure and arbitration agreements often enable sexual predators in the workplace. Over 50% of U.S. employers require employees to agree to these terms in order to work to that prevent the “sunlight of the courtroom” to shed light on abusers and can be used to silence victims.
Chris Moore talked to listeners about the GOP Tax Plan and President Donald Trump, who Chris believes has had his chance. He heard from Trump voters who told him why they support the president.
Stopping Violence in Pittsburgh Communities
Chris Moore filled in for Mike Pintek. He spoke with Valerie Dixon, the Executive Director of P.A.C.T. (Prevent A Crime Today) who lost her only son to violence, about the recent rash of violence and shootings across the Pittsburgh area. She explained the many kinds of trauma caused by violence and how community members can affect change. Several advocacy groups Valerie Dixon is involved with will hold a meeting tonight at 5:30 PM at
with Chief Scott Shubert to address the violence in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.
Wednesday, November 29th
Tax Plan Scam
Mike Pintek talked to callers about whether or not they want the GOP tax reform passed. Mike and plenty of others believe it’s a scam that won’t actually help anyone but the wealthy and big corporations, not working Americans or job-generating small business. Mike finished out the how with a creep roundup, including state legislators, and a disappointing development in the search to prove the earth is flat.
Allegations Continue, Matt Lauer Fired
Mike Pintek discussed today’s announcement that NBC fired Matt Lauer over sexual assault allegations. He is the most recent man facing consequences in the flood of accusers coming forward about sexual misconduct by media personalities, celebrities and politicians. Mike delved into the rumors of Lauer’s past and asked if it is okay for women to use their sexuality to get ahead.
Mike continued the discussion with listeners about Matt Lauer and the names that continue to come out in connection with sexual misconduct accusations, and pondered what drives people to behave inappropriately and what keeps victims from reporting.
Tuesday, November 28th
Word of the Day: Crepuscular
Mike talked about deer hunting and his lack of survival skills, and even learned a new word! He continued the discussion about tax reform and in the wake of all the sexual misconduct allegations, Mike posed the question: What do we do with the work of those accused?
Accused, Now What Do We Do?
Mike Pintek continued to talk to listeners about those accused of sexual improprieties and what we should do with their work. Should it all be erased? Their accolades removed? Are we rewriting history?
A Complicated Con?
Hefren-Tillotson Senior Vice President and Financial Advisor Jayme Meredith joined Mike Pintek for the entire hour to break down the GOP Tax Plan and who it helps, and who it hurts. They discussed the potential changes to tax brackets and deductions, and how long these cuts will actually last. Mr. Meredith says the plan seems “rushed and crammed,” and hopes legislators take some more time to create something beneficial for all Americans.
Monday, November 27th
What’s Wrong With People?
John McIntire finished off Mike Pintek’s show by asking what’s wrong with these men who cross what he believes to be obvious lines, and what we can do about it. He also discussed the debacle at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, where employees came back from the holiday weekend with two potential bosses.
Sen. Al Franken Addresses the Media
Senator Al Franken addressed the media regarding allegations of sexual misconduct against him; he did not answer questions about resignation. Stoney Richards took calls on Senator Franken’s comments and others accused of similar misconduct.
Don’t Shoot the Unicorn
Stoney Richards filled in for Mike Pintek and talked to listeners about famous guitarists and deer hunting. There’s even an albino doe running around the Pittsburgh area!
Wednesday, November 22nd
Who Do You Hug?
Mike Pintek warned listeners against hugging that creepy uncle and talked to callers about whether or not the concern of sexual impropriety has gone too far. He also shares his approach to getting through Thanksgiving dinner.
Former NPR CEO who Left the Left
Mike Pintek talked to former NPR CEO Ken Stern about what happens when a liberal leaves the bubble! Ken Stern wrote the book
Republican Like Me
about his experience leaving the left and says the most important thing for the media is to be trusted.
Mike Pintek discussed the writing on the wall for the fall of Charlie Rose and the slain New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw who was laid to rest this afternoon. He was 25-years-old.
Tuesday, November 21st
“Après Harvey, le déluge.”
Mike critiqued legislators’ approach to fighting the opioid epidemic before continuing his discussion with listeners about the sexual misconduct and hypocrisy in politics and the “nudes media.” Is the media destroying its own credibility?
Fallen Officer Brian Shaw
Mike Pintek discussed the most recent information in the murder of New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw, including the suspect and his family. And Charlie Rose was fired from CBS and PBS after sexual misconduct allegations against him.
Plowing Snow, Health Insurance Woes
Mike Pintek tried to convince PennDOT Assistant District 11 Executive for Maintenance to let him drive snow plows. Mike may not be throwing salt anytime soon, but CDL-holding listeners can call 412-429-5053 or
for the seasonal position. PA Medical Society President Dr. Theodore Christopher then joined Mike Pintek to discuss the issues of health insurance
and the opioid epidemic, and possible solutions.
Monday, November 20th
Have You Ever Lost Your Car at The Airport?
During the final hour Mike Pintek talked about David Cassidy, some randon news stories including people losing their cars at the airport, and Al Franken.
A Phoenix For a School Mascot
During the second hour Mike Pintek talked about Charles Manson, and a few random news stories, including one where a man was complaining about a Phoenix being a schools mascot.
New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw
During the first hour Mike Pintek talked about New Kensington Police Officer Brian Shaw, Bullet Proof Vests, Guns Laws, and a little about Charles Manson.
Friday, November 17th
Bill Green Talks Taxes
KDKA Radio Political Analyst Bill Green joined Rob Pratte to give insight into the House tax bill and what it could mean for Americans. Bill believes the plan could be good for the working class but reminds listeners that the Senate has yet to pass a plan.
Rob Pratte filled in for Mike Pintek and talked to callers about sexual misconduct in the headlines and how they feel about these allegations. Is it a cash grab?
Listeners talked to Rob Pratte about GOP tax reform and the bill passed in the House yesterday, and the importance of job creation.
Thursday, November 16th
Abuse Is Abuse
Callers continued to talk about sexual assault allegations. Stoney then spoke to Grace Coleman, the executive director of Crisis Center North, about domestic abuse of all kinds and an upcoming
they are holding to bring attention to violence against all kinds of people.
Going Out With A Song
Post-Gazette pop music writer Scott Mervis joined Stoney Richards to talk about Neil Young’s announcement that he will release his entire musical archive line for free high-quality streaming.
“Where All The Skeletons Are Buried”
Stoney Richards filled in for Mike Pintek. He talked to callers about the allegations of sexual assault that continue to come out, specifically those against Judge Roy Moore and Senator Al Franken, and explored the question of “why do accusers wait?”
Wednesday, November 15th
Grabbers of Money and Other Things
Mike Pintek discussed the death penalty’s burden on tax payers and today’s sentencing of former Pittsburgh Police Sergeant Stephen Matakovich, who was found guilty of violating the civil rights of a then-teenager he beat outside of Heinz Field. On the topic of taxpayers’ money, Mike also discussed sexual harassment payouts from Congressman. And former Allegheny County Councilman Matt Drozd called in!
The story of Alabama Judge Roy Moore gets stranger and stranger. Mike Pintek talked to callers about those developments and Braddock Mayor John Fetterman’s campaign for Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor.
Radar Gun Legislation Passed in the PA House
National Motorists Association
Communications Director Shelia Dunn joined Mike Pintek to discuss the most recent money grab by State Senate Republicans: radar guns. Ms. Dunn explains how speeding tickets and radar guns are more about money than safety, and how motorists are a mistreated majority and urges Pennsylvanians to call their State Representatives to ensure that Pennsylvania remains the only state to disallow the use of radar guns. Callers then joined in the discussion about traffic laws geared toward revenue.
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