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01/30/2017 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson - Anthony Carr, "the worlds's most documented psychic" discusses his predictions for prior years and what he sees coming in 2017. Also known as the "modern day Nostradamus" he will offer some insight and observations about the world of psychics.
Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted said that Trump is doing a disservice to the election process by shouting about the election being “rigged.” Jon Husted is a Republican voting for Trump.
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Are we going to see more extreme floods like the Great Flood of 2016? Tommy talks to David Titley, a meteorologist, Professor of Practice at Penn State, and retired Navy Rear Admiral.
They call him “The Purge Killer.” A 19 year old is accused of killing 3 people over 4 days in attacks that seem to follow the theme of the movie “The Purge.” Is the movie responsible at all for his actions? Movies are art imitating life, but what happens when it’s the other way around? 2pm poll-If a teen imitates a killer in a movie - are the movie, producers or distributors responsible in any way? THEN: Muhammad Ali said he was the “greatest” and he proved it – not only in the ring, but in life. If there was ever a figure that could be described as larger than life – it is Muhammad Ali. But Ali was also controversial just as much as he was a champion. He refused to serve in the Vietnam War sighting his religious beliefs as a Muslim and also the treatment of African-Americans in the United States at the time as second class citizens. He lost his boxing license, but later the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that he could return to boxing. Over time, the controversies surrounding Ali faded and he was generally accepted as the greatest boxer and a worldwide ambassador of humanity. Now that his life has come to an end…. what do you think will be Muhammad Ali’s greatest legacy? How will he be remembered by future generations? How will you remember him?
Today's trending hour featuring WWL News Director Dave Cohen, Double Coverage Host T-Bob Hebert, and Night Host Scoot.
Garland welcomes Formula One Racers Helio Castroneves and Simon Pagenaud to the studio with NOLA Motorsports Owner Laney Chouest and President Kristen Engeron.
Smokin’ hot topics on the Scoot show tonight: A Seattle area medical marijuana patient was denied a concealed carry license from the state of Washington because she smokes pot. Over the summer – the U.S. Senate considered action that would ban the Federal ATF from targeting legal gun owners who are medical marijuana patients. Do you think medical marijuana patients should be allowed to own guns? THEN: the makers of Camel cigarettes have finally banned employees from smoking at their desks. It’s hard to believe that at one time smoking was allowed everywhere. Name a place that smoking was allowed in the past that today seems really absurd? AND: according to a new survey – less than 30% of children have climbed a tree in the past year. Video games, smartphones and tablets are apparently keeping kids inside more. Do your kids actually play outside? Have parents become so protective of their children that they prefer them to not do things like climb trees? What did you do that kids don’t seem to be doing today?