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So here's where they want me to tell you about myself.
16 years on air at KDKA radio in Pittsburgh
2 Time winner of "Best Talk Show Host" in Pittsburgh award
3 Time "Telly Award" winner for Cable excellence for Faces & Places on Armstrong.
I host a similar program on Armstrong in Youngstown called "Vision of the Valley."
Along with my morning show duties, I also host "Night Talk" a one hour news and information interview show on Pittsburgh's Cable News Channel in Pittsburgh.
I've been on the air reporting during floods, tornadoes, and blizzards. Broadcast live from "Woodstock 94, and The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.
Interviewed newsmakers and celebrities from Pierre Salinger to Jesse Jackson, Ralph Nader and Vincent Bugliosi, to Cher, Joan Baez, Huey Lewis, and Wolfman Jack.
Like the Grateful Dead sang; "What a long strange trip it's been," but I wouldn't want it any other way.
I look forward to the journey continuing, and that together we will be able to talk with more interesting people and learn a little along the way.
See you in the morning!
I'll admit I haven't been a strong supporter of most things the Kasich administration has proposed. But the work rules for getting food stamps is an idea I can agree with.
It works like this, if you are able bodied between the ages of 18 and 50, with no mental or physical disabilities, and without dependents under 18, you will be required to either work, be in training for work, volunteer, or perform some similar activity for twenty hours a week or lose your food stamp eligibilty.
That's not asking much from an individual getting government assistance. We're not taking the food out of the mouths of babies. We're telling people that you just can't sit around waiting for the next SNAP card to arrive. Make yourself a productive member of society, there's plenty of work to do, and community's and the truly disadvantaged could use the help. Take some pride in your life and who knows, maybe that twenty hours a week will turn into forty. Unless you're content sitting around with your hands in your pockets, in which case I say stop looking for a hand out from the taxpayers. That's my take. Join me week day mornings at 6:00 on News Radio 570 WKBN.