Casual Fridays November 11th, 2016
On today’s Casual Fridays radio show, we’re inviting President-elect Trump supporters to call in to discuss his policies, his promises, his plans. For months, many of his fans have routinely and, at times, heatedly commented on my social media posts and columns, so I’d like to hear your views on my show, too.
What was once political rhetoric may now turn into legislative policy if President-elect Trump follows through on his campaign promises. Will he? Should he? Can he? Or can he instead become healer-in-chief for our wounded nation? I hope to hear from Trump’s supporters in Northwest Indiana. Call in at 769-9577.
And for Veterans Day, Karen Barloga Walker will tell listeners how they can help homeless veterans in our region by ordering a pizza. Yep, it’s true. We’ll tell you all about “Raising Dough for Our Vets” by chatting with Brad Clapp, president of the Portage Exchange Club.
Plus, Mitch Barloga, the bike trail czar with NIRPC, will be in the studio with us to dumb down his agency’s Greenways + Blueways 2020 plan, which offers a public comment period thru November 21.
And we’ll chat with Gary native Kendall Svengalis, author of the new novel The Great Emerson Art Heist, the most extensive vocabulary-building novel in print, with 2,143 SAT words skillfully woven into the action-packed narrative.