Today’s UnCommon Sense was everything Sanders. Many friends and supporters love Bernie and want to know what my problem could possibly be with his run for president. Outside of foreign policy (where his voting record says “warhawk” and where Matt is clearly ...
On today’s Off the Rails Gonzo talks about the resignation of Speaker Boehner, Pope Francis weighing in on gay marriage, 22 fun facts about the 1985 classic the Breakfast Club, the defunding of Planned Parenthood and much more.
Jim Scott talks with Jerrod Ogden from the Glens Falls Kiwanis club and Neil Orsini of the Anvil Restaurant about 23rd Annual Taste of the North Country and Sue Ford welcomes member of the cast of Neil Simon’s “The Sunshine ...
On today’s show, Matt discusses some of the books that have been most formative in his thinking. As he says on the show, you should listen in not because Matt’s thinking is exceptional, but because these authors truly are.
On this week’s Off the Rails Gonzo sides with Bill Maher for a change, supports Trump for not correcting the Muslim comment, talks about the meaning of the separation of Church and State and its intent, and celebrates the 25th ...
Jim Scott speaks with Mark donahue and Erin Coker about the activities during the 43rd Adirondack Balloon Fest and Sue Ford talks with Erin Coon, the Executive Director of the Charles R. Wood Theater.
Today’s show was a discussion of why a somewhat typical guy, who has worked as a meat cutter and in restaurants, has hunted and fished, grew up on a farm, has also decided, at 47, to stop eating/buying animal products.
On this week’s Off the Rails Gonzo dives in to the media circus that is the Kim Davis Saga, Death with dignity in California, the first casualty of the Republican primary season, President Obama’s religion and so much more!
Jim Scott talks with Gary and Jill from the Red Cross about September being National Preparedness Month and Sue Ford speaks with David Fuller from the Hyde about the upcoming deBlasiis Music Series.
Host Greg Chanese talks with Trent Sano and Andrea Palmer who are writers on the new Chamber blog, the Writers Block.