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Who should be paid more teachers, firemen, police, or a high school educated talk show host?

Everyday our airwaves are polluted with the sounds of extremism. AM talk show hosts blather on about how union workers are overpaid and under worked. Really? Well through the wonders of the internet and the public record we can all now see through the haze of Speedy propaganda. I ask you should a talk show host who is on from 6:00 AM to 9:00 AM 5 days a week with a high school education be paid between $60,000 to $65,000 a year? This is happening while our teachers, firemen, and police (all having higher education beyond high school) are being attacked by this station as being overpaid.

WJR 760 AM Detroit where Toledo goes to get its radio entertainment.

Ten years ago Jerry Anderson was a Speedy talk show host. He got top ratings and Speedy listeners hated to see him go. But the man had a face for television and it was only a matter of time till he moved along. Jerry reminded me of oldtime Speedy host Paul W Smith who now works for WJR 760 Detroit. Another example of a excellent talk show host that is civil and civic minded and doesn't race bait always positive and gracious. He draws in the big names with a Midwest flavor to his interviews. By-the-way Paul W show can be heard on the mega watt WJR 760 AM from 5:30 AM to 9:00 AM every morning.

Who is the embarassment here? The former mayor or the talk show host.

The end of an error
Written by Brian Wilson | |
By the time you’re reading this, it will be almost over: Four long, hard, grueling years of national embarrassment, local incompetence and stunted economic growth, all the result of what history may accurately record as Toledo’s Greatest Mistake, the election of Carl Finkbeiner.
What else could explain the (re-) election of a certifiable failure and nationally known joke-of-a-mayor whose sole accomplishment was as a “Trivial Pursuit” answer?

Racist Right Wing Extreme Radio- Can be heard on WSPD 1370AM

Right shuffles race card into ‘stealth reparations’
Clarence Page
I thought slavery reparations were a dead issue by now. Glenn Beck set me straight.
The radio talk show host and Fox News Channel star says President Barack Obama’s proposed health care overhaul is really “stealth reparations,” a form of racial payback in Beck’s world by another name.
I am not making this up. On his radio program last month and in a video floating around the Web, Beck argues that Obama’s announced opposition to reparations is only a smoke screen for his “stealth” support. (MORE)

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