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Listen to the Paul W. Smith Show on News Talk 760 WJR Weekdays from 5:30AM - 9AM.
 
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Listen to Frank Beckmann weekdays at 9AM-NOON on News Talk 760 WJR.
 
"Eye On Engineering" host Lindsay Brooke, Senior Editor, Automotive Engineering International magazine talk about auto developments. Published by SAE International.
 
Opportunity Detroit - Fridays at 7PM on News/Talk 760 WJR
 
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Dan Kildee (D-Flint), Congressman of Michigan’s 5th District and Chief Deputy Whip of the House Democratic Caucus – Thoughts on the democratic debate last night. Also on the Trump administration’s decision to roll back Clean Water Protections
 
Barb McQuade, Law Professor at The University of Michigan and former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan – U.S. Attorney Jessie Liu recommends charges against former deputy and acting director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe
 
Mike Shirkey (R-Clarklake), Senate Majority Leader – On the cost of enacting a new law in MI. Says the cost should actually go up
 
Michael Joyce, Republican National Committee Spokesman – Reaction on the debate last night
 
James Hohman, Director of Fiscal Policy at the Mackinac Center for Public Policy – On the average price of enacting a new state law
 
The DTE Energy Director of Renewable Solutions updates Paul W. Smith on this morning's power outages and the company's renewable energy efforts.
 
Ten years ago, Oakland County Circuit Judge Michael Warren and his daughter Leah started this week and Judge Warren tells Paul W. Smith the effort has grown over the years.
 
Paul W. Smith talks to Marie Osborne, WJR News Anchor and Marc Djozlija, Owner of Wright & Co. about the event honoring Marie's son John T. Osborne who died suddenly of a heart condition.
 
The Executive Vice-President of the Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association tells Paul W. Smith he is disappointed and frustrated that Lansing lawmakers and the Governor are not able to come up with a road funding plan.
 
The Henry Ford Medical Group Physician tells Paul W. Smith the University of Michigan research indicates that many people are having trouble hearing but they aren't using hearing aids and that is affecting their health.
 
Sandy tells Paul W. Smith the sale of Grand Hotel will not affect the future of the Greater Detroit Regional Mackinac Policy Conference.
 
Chris Coffman, Tournament Director of the Ally Challenge
 
Matthew Schneider, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan – What’s being down to prevent terrorist attacks her in Michigan?
 
Brandt Iden (R-Kalamazoo), State Representative of Michigan’s 61st District – Says it’s his goal to have sports gambling in Michigan up and running by the Super Bowl
 
Patrick Anderson, Principal and CEO of the Anderson Economic Development Group – Was on the 5th floor of World Trade Center 3 when the first plane struck. He was saved by fire fighters and later started The Michigan Remembers 9-11 Fund
 
18 years ago today Paul W. Smith was on the air broadcasting live from Frankfurt, Germany when the first plane hit the World Trade Center at 8:46:40. Here are some of the sounds from that horrible day as we vow to never forget the people who lost their lives.
 
Dan Musser III, President of Grand Hotel explains to Paul W. Smith why they made the decision to sell the beautiful hotel to a private equity firm.
 
Tony Michaels, President & CEO of The Parade Company tells Paul W. Smith he thinks it's great that the choir has agreed to be a part of the parade.
 
Paul W. Smith talks to the Michigan Senator about 9-11 and where he was the day of the tragedy 18 years ago and they also talk about the ongoing situation involving Michigan native Paul Whelan imprisoned in Russia.
 
The Executive Director of CATCH tells Paul W. Smith Fred and Beth McLeod were very generous to the charity founded by Sparky Anderson.
 
Mike Shirkey (R-Clarklake), Michigan Senate Majority Leader – On the news that he, Governor Gretchen Whitmer and Speaker of the House Lee Chatfield have tabled road funding talks to make sure they pass a budget on time
 
Graham Filler (R-DeWitt), State Representative of Michigan’s 93rd District and Chair of the House Judiciary Committee – On the bipartisan legislation introduced to reform Michigan’s expungement laws
 
Our Westwood One correspondent from New York joined the show to discuss Brexit and Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament early.
 
Lt. Col. Daniel Davis, USA, Ret., Senior Fellow and Military Expert at Defense Priorities – On the breakdown in peace talks with President Donald Trump and the Taliban
 
Our Westwood One Correspondent, Clayton Neville, joined the show live from Dallas to describe the scene after four South Korean crew members were trapped in an overturned cargo ship off the Georgia coast.
 
Detroit Lions Head Coach, Matt Patricia joined the show to recap last Sunday night's tied game against the Arizona Cardinals.
 
Moody's has downgraded Ford's stock to junk status. What is going on? Paul Eisenstein joined the show to discuss this with Paul.
 
Rich Paul has co-authored a new book called: “The Autoworker’s Guide to Lump Sum Pensions: 5 Crucial Decisions Retirees from Ford, General Motors and Fiat-Chrysler Want to Get Right.”
 
To help hungry children thrive in school, Sept. 10, 2019, to Oct. 8, 2019, Gleaners Community Food Bank and Weingartz will partner for the 10th annual Mow Down Hunger campaign.
 
At least two people have now died from EEE (Eastern Equine Encephalitis) What can we do in our homes and yards to make sure we are not bitten by an infected mosquito?
 
George Beebe, former CIA Director of Russia Analysis – On his new book “The Russia Trap: How Our Shadow War with Russia Could Spiral into a Nuclear Catastrophe”
 
The Crain's Detroit Business Reporter tells Paul W. Smith Governor Whitmer and Lansing lawmakers have agreed to remove road funding from the current budget talks.
 
Dr. Lesly Hendershot, Clinical Manager of the CARE Program at the Ted Lindsay Foundation HOPE Center at Beaumont Hospital
 
Joey Kocur, Former Detroit Red Wings forward and Spokesman for the Ted Lindsay Foundation
 
Tony D'Anna, Chairman of Frankenmuth Auto Fest 2019 talks to Paul W. Smith about the popular car show and Paul calls him the "Godfather" of Auto Fest.
 
Ken Daniels, Detroit Red Wings Play By Play voice on Fox Sports Detroit and founder of the Jamie Daniels Foundation
 
The Crain Communications Group Publisher tells Paul W. Smith they are looking forward to "Homecoming 2019."
 
Mike O'Hara, DetroitLions.com Columnist talks to Paul W. Smith & Steve Courtney about the Lions 27-27 tie on the road.
 
Paul W. Smith & Steve Courtney talk to MSU Coach Mark Dantonio about the Spartans strong showing against the Western Michigan University Broncos on Saturday night.
 
Graham Filler (R-DeWitt), State Representative of Michigan’s 93rd District and chair of the House Judiciary Committee
 
Nolan Finley, Columnist at the Detroit News – On his piece “Fix damn roads with a damn simple deal”
 
Elissa Slotkin (D-Holly), Congresswoman of Michigan’s 8th District – On her background in the CIA
 
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