Community Conversations

John Cabranes, Immigration Attorney – Cabranes Law Office in Racine

on President Trump’s decision to fire Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, the constitutionality of his executive order banning travel from certain countries and why Mexico should pay for the wall.

Cari Greving, Special Events Manager – Real Racine

joins Your Friendly neighborhood Radio Talk Show Host’s Power Rotation and talks about the upcoming events this summer in Racine.

Jill Gillmore, Mrs. Wisconsin Royalty International 2017 and Kenosha County Supervisor, District 18

on her journey to Mrs. Wisconsin Royalty International, her family and “Marleigh’s Ministry”.

Rich Smith, Manager/Artistic Director of the Over Our Head Players

on the upcoming 2017 Snowdance 10 Minute Comedy Festival at Racine’s 6th Street Theater.   

Darryl Ingram, Former Green Bay Packer and Managing Partner – Videoscore

on the left’s response to President Trump, what the Democratic Party needs to do to reinvigorate itself and his experience playing for New England Head Coach Bill Belichick when they were both with the Cleveland Browns. .

Stephen Hecht, Author – “Nonflict” from Quebec

on Canada’s reaction to the terrorists’ attack on the mosque in Quebec City and President Trump’s immigration ban on some Muslim countries.

Al Volmut, Executive Director and Rebecca Beck, Youth Director – Volunteer Center of Racine

on being a Cubs fan, the Volunteer Center’s efforts for the community’s young people and nominations for the Volunteers of the Year Awards.

The Cabranes Law Hour

Attorney John Cabranes takes listeners questions on immigration, family estate issues and more. Call The Cabranes Law Offices in Racine for YOUR FIRST FREE CONSULTATION: 262-638-0529. Operators are standing by.

Milt Thompson, Civil Rights Leader, Pastor and Author – “The Only One in the Room”

on a candidate for the Democratic National Committee’s chair saying her job was telling white people to shut-up, contemplating whether or not President Trump is a racist and much more.

Bruce Kane, TV Sitcom Writer

on his experience with Mary Tyler Moore, her legacy, why the “Chuckles the Clown Dies” episode is considered the greatest in sitcom history, what makes a great show ensemble and advice for aspiring actors.