Producer extraordinaire Denny Leibert
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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!
What do you know about the Bible? During Holy Week we take a look at what we have been taught to believe and accept as faith with the autor of "Don't know much about the Bible." You can hear the entire interview on my podcast page.
On March 26, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments on the Defense of Marriage Act. The simple question is should the government define what constitutes a marriage. Does it matter if its between a man and a woman, or a man and a man, or a woman and a woman? If we're concerned about the sanctity of marriage what do we say about the all the divorces and seperation that heterosexuals have been a part of over the past fifty years? If we think marriage is for the purpose of pro-creation, then should we abolish marriage for childless couples, for whom it was either a choice to remain childless, or biological imperfections can't have children.
Well we can't allow gay people to raise children because they might psychologically damage those young minds. But logic will tell you that gay children are the products of heterosexual unions and the mother and father example didn't rub off on their gay children, so why do you think it would be different the other way around. I don't believe being gay is a choice any more than being straight is a choice. I don't favor forcing churches to change their rules and I don't believe that the government should define the rules a marriage. We need more people who want to commit to a loving relationship regardless of their sexuality.