Cut To The Chase
Next Episode: Saturday @ 9am
- Local businessperson
- Poilital Science
- Current Events
Former Kent Co. Dem Chair
Guests today include Rachel Hood - State Representative 76th District and Aaron Cohen - Comedian
- Candidate for the 3rd US cong. dist.
- Jeff Winston - 3rd Dist. Chair.
- Local businessperson
- Poilital Science
- Current Events
Guest today are Michael Johnston - Retired Teacher, Labor Historian
-just had 2 heart attacks
-had quadruple bypass
Guest today is Cathy Albro, Activist
Topics include growing hemp, growing saskatoons (fruit)
Guests today: Dr. Tony Baker - G.R. School Board and Frank Lynn - Former Kent County Dem Chair
Topics include current events and political science
Topics include political science and current events.
Guest: State Senator Winnie Brinks
Topics include Political Science and current events.
Guest: Jeff Winston - Democratic Chair - 3rd Congressional District
Topics: Current events and Political Science
Guest: Jamie Cooper from the top 50 Influential Women of West Michigan
Topics include politics and current events
Guests include Tami VandenBerg and Sheri in Arizona, discussing politics, current events and marijuana business.
Guests include Dave Overholt and Michael Johnson discussing cannabis industry and politics.
Guest: Cathy Albro
Topics: Politics and current events
Guests: Steve Wooden - Kent County Commissioner and Lucia Bierschbach - Activist
Guests include Lake County Activists Mary Minnick and Mark Everhart
Guests include Sue Norman - Green/Environmental Concepts and Scott Urbanowski
Topics include political science and current events
Guests: Cindy Kamp, Cathy Albro
Topics: Political Science and current events
Guests include Sue Norman - Green Building Consultant and Michael Tuffelmire - Realtor, Activist
Guests: John Reurink from MIRS Newsletter a government watchdog group
Guests include US Major and Iraqi War Veteran Richard Ojeda, Activist Amanda Le'Anne Brunzell
Guests include Tami Vanden Berg from the West Mich Marijuana Guild and Wendy Verhage Falb - Candidate GR City Commission 2nd Ward and Literacy Center of West Mich
Guests today include Frank Lynn former Kent County Democratic Chair
Topics include Congressman Justin Amash's townhall
Guests today include Jamie Cooper voted Top 50 Influential Women in West Michigan and Cathy Albro candidate for US Congress 3rd District.
Topics include politics, current events, medical marijuana
Guests: Cindy Kamp host of Your True North, Mickey Whiteside from Sell Your Rides
Topics: Your True North, Education, Jobs, current events
Hosts: Jim Chase, Lucia Bierschbach, Dave Johnson, Buck Geno
Guest: John Ruerink - CEO MIRS Newsletter, political watchdog in Lansing
Guests: Roberta King - Canna Communication, Cathy Albro - MDP, Jamie Cooper - Cannabis Advocate
Topics: Politics, Cannabis Industry in Michigan, current events
Guest Jeff Winston - New Democratic Chair for 3rd Congressional District MI; Topics - Political science and current events
Guests include Emily Bridson, Kentwood City Commissioner and Rodney Vaccaro from the film industry in Los Angeles.
Guest - Tami VandenBerg - MI-Legalize Board Member
Jim, Dave, and Buck had guest Mark Swanson- luthier and activist.
Jim, Dave, and Buck had guest Michael Johnston- retired teacher, labor historian, and author.
Jim, Dave, and Buck were joined by guest Roberta F. King, Cannabis Consultant, for their discussion on medical and recreational marijuana use.
Guests Professor Bonnie Wright and Andrew Hanselman joined Jim, Dave, and Buck for their conversation on current events.
Guest Steve Petska, former judge and state rep., joined Jim, Dave, and Buck for a conversation on current events and politics.
Jim, Dave, and Buck have founders of Good Harbor Institute, author Shenandoah Cefalo as well as Dr. Cathy Fialon, as their guests.
Jim, Dave, and Buck had guest Becky Lloyd Cripps from SLD Read, a service that helps those with reading disabilities.
This week, Jim, Dave and Buck had guests Scott Urbanowski- candidate for Kentwood Mayor, Emily Bridson- candidate for Kentwood City Commission, and Tami VandenBerg- candidate for GR Ciry Commission in the 2nd ward.
Jim, Dave, and Buck discussed politics with guest State Rep. Winnie Brinks, and spoke with guest Dick Hillary, award winning public defender, on his experience in this field.
Jim, Dave, and Buck had guest Jessica Hanselman of the Wyoming School Board; discussion ranged from political science to dog rescues.
Jim and Dave had guests Dr. Robert Davidson- U.S. Congress candidate, as well as Emily Bridson- candidate for Kentwood City Commissioner; regular guest Michael Johnston also joined the discussion.
Jim, Dave, and Buck had guests former judge and State Rep Steve Pestka, as well as Bill Wood from the West Michigan Environmental Action Council.
Jim , Dave, and Buck had guests Luke Morgan and Jen Jackson; the topic of conversation was the Global Leadership Summit.
Jim, Dave, and Buck had guest Bob Townsend and they discussed medical marijuana.
The Cut to the Chase crew had guest Kyle Lacey (who just happens to be Jim's daughter), and they talked plants, political science, and dog rescues.
The Cut to the Chase crew was joined by guest co-host Steve Pestka, former judge and Michigan State Rep.; they talked current events as well as political science.
The Cut to the Chase crew was joined by Michigan State Rep. Winnie Brinks of the 76th district; Michigan politics was the topic of conversation.
Jim, Dave, and Buck have regular guest Mitch Nyberg and they discuss Michigan's funding for the movie industry.
Tune in to hear the usual Cut to the Chase crew along with Professor Bonnie Wright and Central Michigan lawyer, Todd Levitt, as they take and discuss questions on marijuana rights.
Jim and Dave are joined by special co-hosts Mark Swanson and Stan Ward where they talk local, state, and federal politics. Listen till the end to hear guest Marissa Postler, Wyoming City Council member, and her experience since being elected in 2016.
Jim, Dave, and Buck are joined by Professor Bonnie Wright of Farris State University-- they talk political science, current events, and the Trump Administration.
Join Jim, Dave, and guest Pete Armstrong (retired lawyer and ACLU volunteer) as they talk current politics, cannabis, and dog rescues.
Jim and Dave are joined by guest co-hosts Lou Adams and Gregg Sherman; topics of discussion include politics, current events, and US legislator "town halls."
Join Jim, Dave, and guest co-host Mitch Nyberg as they discuss politics and the film industry.
Join Jim and Dave as they discuss the Michigan Democratic Convention with guest host, Professor Bonnie Wright; also catch their conversation with guest Eric Banne speaking for Mackenzie's Animal Sanctuary.
Join Jim and Dave as they inteview professor and activist Bonnie Wright regarding women's rallies and Betsy Devos' confirmation hearing.
Jim and Dave are joined by guest co-hosts Michael Johnston and Mark Swanson, and they dove into trying to make sense of Trump's first week in office.
Jim, Dave and Buck had guest Traci Kornak, 3rd Congressional District Chair and local trial lawyer, and discussed her experience at the Women's ralley in Lansing on Saturday, as well as talked about Trump's decisions and actions thus far.
This week, Jim, Dave, and Buck were joined by guest co-host Mark Swanson and discussed election details as well as well as confirmation hearings for Jeff Sessions. The also interviewed MI author Debbir TenBrink and talked about her new book, Warped Ambition.
For this week's episode of Cut to the Chase, Jim, Dave, and Buck were joined by guest Neville Parish- a Trump supporter and friend from Australia. Listen in to hear this multitude of perspectives on election issues!
This week on Cut to the Chase, Jim, Dave, and Buck were joined by guests Lynne Scheib- staff member of Artworks in Big Rapids, Mark McEermott- activist from Seattle, and discussed general election topics as well as an Aaron Cohen rant.
On this week's edition of Cut to the Chase, Jim and Dave were again joined by Buck Geno as well as Nick Budimir, professor at Muskegon Community College. A discussion of Donald Trump and his antics took up the majority of the conversation.
Jim, Dave, and Buck are joined by Mark Swanson. They further discuss the election results and the Trump cabinet.
Jim, Dave, and Buck are joined by Kent County Commissioner Carol Hennessey to talk about the election results.
Jim, Dave, and Buck are joined by Mark Swanson. They covered election day stories.
Guests include Marissa Postler, candidate for 2nd Ward Wyoming City Council, and Steve Shoemaker, Democratic candidate for the 72nd District Michigan House. Topics included the election taking place one week away and dog rescues.
Former judge and former State Rep. Steve Pestka joined Jim, Dave, and Buck. Mr. Pestka recounts his experiences attending a Donald Trump rally in Florida. Most of the focus was on the upcoming election.
Jim's guest co-host is retired teacher and labor historian Michael Johnston. Guests on today's show include Phil Skaggs, candidate for Kent County Commission 19th District, and community activists Jim and Gini Cronover. Topics included a discussion of the election and political science.
Retired teacher and labor historian Michael Johnston joined the show today to discuss politics and workers issues with Jim, Dave, and Buck.
Jim, Dave, and Buck were joined by guest co-host Mark Swanson, Christian Gaines (ArtPrize Executive Director), and Steve Shoemaker (candidate for 72nd District State House). Topics include ArtPrize and all of its working parts, as well as the Steve Shoemaker's concerns within the 72nd district, with an emphasis on problems and solutions.
Jim, Dave, and Buck were joined by Mark Swanson, musician and instrument maker, and by Chris Reader, Democratic candidate for Kent County Clerk. Topics included a discussion of the first Presidential Debate, NAFTA, TPP, and much more.
Jim, Dave, and Buck are joined by Tom Good, regional manager of the National Labor Relations Board to talk about workers rights. Other topics included politics, poll accuracy, football and protests, and Trump is a jerk (I can't put the word Jim wrote down--Darren).
Jim, Dave, and Buck are joined by Tim Neil of Vic's Supermarket in Reed City as they talk about the challenges of operating a small business. Other topics include Hillary Clinton's comments about "deplorables", medical marijuana, MacKenzie's Dog Rescue, and class warfare.
Topics included San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick sits out the national anthem in protest of police killing unarmed people of color, discussion of Trump, and the labor movement.
Guests on the show include Dr. Cathy Dailing, Shenandoah Chefalo, and Bonnie Wright. Topics included historical, biological, neurological trauma, and PTSD of slavery, effects of abuse, empathy and asking questions of why something is the way it is, empathy leads to productivity, workplace empathy, gay marriage rights, and the Good Harbor Institute.
Nick Budimir, Instructor at Muskegon Community College, is the guest on this episode. Topics include Donald Trump and whether he really wants to be president, the Olympics, Nick talks about the World Social Forum in Quebec, LGBTQ rights, a discussion of crime, race, and verbal codes, a discussion of unions and the labor movement, and a discussion of marijuana and drug laws.
Jim, Dave, and Buck talk about the Olympics, marijuana, Donald Trump, the election, voting, and DNC rigging, Burke Swiger and his health issues about heart attacks, skydiving, and police shootings and corruption.
Jim and Dave are joined by Buck Geno and Michael Johnston. They talked about the start of the Republican National Committee, Melania Trump's speech, Black Lives Matter, "Weapons of Mass Distraction", Mexico wall, Police and "Blue Code", and Green Party Presidential Candidate Dr. Jill Stein.
Jim Chase, Dave Johnson, and Buck Geno were joined by Kyle Hinton.
Jim and Dave were joined in studio by Buck Geno of Work in Progress Radio and The Union Edge. Special guest in the studio was Winnie Brinks, State Representative for the 76th District.
This is the debut episode of Cut To The Chase with Jim Chase and Dave Johnson.