Brad Davis Show Schedule: September 5th

Brad Davis Show Schedule: September 5th

Good Morning, Good Morning, GOOOOOOOD MORNING! Here’s what’s on tap this morning on the Brad Davis Show!

– Lee Elci will talk the backlash after Colin Kaepernick named face of Nike ad.

– Fox News Affiliate Attorney Wendy Patrick takes a look at some of the legal stories making headlines in this weekly segment including swearing in Myrtle Beach, Legal Injection sites in California, and the Brett Kavanaugh Confirmation Hearing.

– Jehmu Green of Fox News and a former Hilary Clinton Advisor will talk about John McCain’s replacement

– Lori Hopkins-Cavanaugh will talk about Right to work state! Can CT unions be busted and why that is necessary to grow CT.

– Author, Speaker, and retire neurosurgeon Dr. Sylvanus Ayeni will talk about how America send million in taxpayer dollars around the world to help those in need, but does the money really end up helping the intended recipients. Dr. Ayeni says that too many US taxpayer dollars end up lining the pockets of corrupt officials instead of helping the poor.

– Yvonne Davis will talk about ISIS, THE TALIBAN, HAND OVER OF POWER IN KABUL, STATE OF TERRORISM UNDER THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION.

– Senator Eric Berthel will talk about how Governor Malloy Claims Greater Job Growth Than 3 Previous Administrations Connecticut’s outgoing governor, Democrat Dannel Malloy, says the state has added private sector jobs at a faster rate over his two terms than under his three predecessors – independent Lowell Weicker and Republicans John Rowland and Jodi Rell.He doesn’t mention the fact that during his tenure a number of major corporations, including GE and Alexion, moved their corporate headquarters out-of-state.

-Vinnie Aspromonti of Aerus Electrolux will about “Smell Buster”

All that and news of the day, sports with Eric and your calls! On air, LIVE from 5 to 9 AM, only on the Talk of Connecticut!

Brad Davis Show Schedule: 8/31

Brad Davis Show Schedule: 8/31

Good Morning, Good Morning, GOOD MORNING! Here’s what’s coming up on this morning’s edition of the Brad Davis Show:

• Amy Parmenter Of Triple A will talk about Triple A drawing attention to a dangerous intersection. Parents and caregivers changing their daily routines this week with back to school and the soaring temperatures together pose an increased risk for hot car deaths. Already 36 hot car deaths this year. AAA reminding parents to slow down and “Look before you Lock” and has some Stats and Tips.

• Senator Michael McLachlan to talk about CT’s per-capita bonded obligations are the 2nd highest in America, at $10,310 for every man, woman and child. States issues a diverse array of bonded obligations, with a rage of obligations strength, revenue sources, debt services schedules and other factors.

• Senator George Logan will talk about Connecticut cost of living too high for 40 Percent of Households.

• Chip McCabe Of Hartford Dot Com will talk about the company’s mission and also what is HARTFORD.DOT COM main focus and the Ambassador

As well as sports with Eric, news of the day and your phone calls, from 5 to 9 AM, only on the Talk of Connecticut

 

Brad & Dan Podcast- March 12, 2018: Literacy Volunteers plan big gala

Brad & Dan Podcast- March 12, 2018: Literacy Volunteers plan big gala

Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford has helped thousands of people over the years. In this interview with Brad Davis and Dan Lovallo, Katie Reeves, Director of Development & Communications for Literacy Volunters of Greater Hartford, talks about all the programs, LVGH. She also brought along a student, who came to the U.S. from Africa, Komei Agbenohevi.

In the interview, Reeves also talked about the big LVGH gala on March 24th.

Pictured in photo L-R: Katie Reeves, Brad Davis, Dan Lovallo, Komei Agbenohevi

Photo credit: Brian Forster

Wednesday’s Brad & Dan Show features grandson of President of the United States

Wednesday’s Brad & Dan Show features grandson of President of the United States

Christopher Nixon Cox, grandson of the 37th President of the United States, Richard M. Nixon, will a guest on Wednesday’s Brad & Dan Show.  Nixon Cox is an attorney, who also writes for Newsmax.com.

Also on the program is state Sen. Art Linares, R-33, to talk about the skyrocketing state pensions..

Gary Lee Horn provides traffic updates and you’ll also get the latest on weather, news and sports.  How bad will that Nor’easter be?

Brad & Dan get your Wednesday morning started at 6:00.

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Monday Brad & Dan Show: Lightman has a seat next to the president

Monday Brad & Dan Show: Lightman has a seat next to the president

McClatchy Newspaper’s national political correspondent and veteran congressional reporter David Lightman had a seat next to  President Donald Trump Saturday night, at the Grid Iron correspondents dinner.  On Monday’s Brad & Dan Show, Lightman will have the details on how the night went.

Imagine getting paid years for not showing up for work?  That is what one Connecticut state employee did, according to House Minority Leader Themis Klarides.  She will have the story.

Brad & Dan will take your calls at 888-574-2723 along with the latest traffic, local news, weather and sports.

Brad & Dan get your Monday morning started at 6:00.

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Brad & Dan Podcast- Mar. 1, 2018: State police shortage a ‘crisis’ says Rep. Brian Ohler

Brad & Dan Podcast- Mar. 1, 2018: State police shortage a ‘crisis’ says Rep. Brian Ohler

Connecticut state Rep. Brian Ohler, R-64th, says the under staffing at the Connecticut State Police has placed the agency at a “crisis” point.

In an extensive interview with Dan Lovallo and Brad Davis, Rep. Ohler talked about the backlog of firearms purchases and transfers, that have not been placed into the state data base, the under staffing at the department and the possible early retirement of many state police troopers. Rep. Ohler is a member of the General Assembly’s Public Safety and Security Committee.

Pictured L-R: Brad Davis, Dan Lovallo, Rep. Brian Ohler

Photo credit: Eric Urbanowicz

Brad & Dan Podcast- Mar. 1, 2018: Wild weather stretch predicted by Brad Field

Brad & Dan Podcast- Mar. 1, 2018: Wild weather stretch predicted by Brad Field

Award-winning meteorologist Brad Field is predicting a wild weather ride over the next few days for Connecticut, especially along the coast. In land should also be interesting, he stated, during an interview with Dan Lovallo and Brad Davis. He also said Cape Cod and the islands could be in for a wild ride.

Two weeks ago, Field pinpointed March 2 as the date we could get hit with a weather event. Now he is predicting March 13 or 14 could get interesting around here.

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Brad & Dan Podcast- Feb. 28, 2018: Kolb and Wiknik talk about Vietnam War and their books

Brad & Dan Podcast- Feb. 28, 2018: Kolb and Wiknik talk about Vietnam War and their books

It has been more than 50 years, since the United States entered the Vietnam War on a major basis. In this interview with Dan Lovallo and Brad Davis, two Vietnam War veterans and authors talked about their experiences and books.

Richard Kolb, author of the book “Brutal Battles of Vietnam: America’s Deadliest Days, 1965-1972,” and Art Wiknik, author of the book “Namsense,” shared talked about the books and the Vietnam War.

Pictured L-R: Brad Davis, Dan Lovallo, Art Wiknik

Photo credit: Eric Urbanowicz

Thursday’s Brad & Dan Show explores betting on sporting events

Thursday’s Brad & Dan Show explores betting on sporting events

When the Connecticut General Assembly’s Public Safety & Security Committee meets on Thursday, officials from MLB and the NBA will speak about betting on their games.  With a case on betting on sporting events, pending before the U.S. Supreme Court, some Connecticut lawmakers are supporting what they say would be another “revenue stream” for the state.  State Sen. Tony Hwang, R-28th, is not among them.  He will explain why on Thursday’s Brad & Dan.

Two weeks ago on Brad & Dan, award-winning meteorologist Brad Field predicted we could get a major weather event on or about March 2.  Turns out, he was right.  Field will make a return visit.

The Connecticut State Police are facing a major backlog on entering firearms purchases and transfers into the state’s data base.  This could have major implications.  State Rep. Brian Ohler, R-64th District, will explain why

You’ll also get the latest on traffic, weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan get your Thursday morning started at 6:00.

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