You're doing it wrong. We're not a pilot nor do we pretend to be, but we're pretty sure this isn't supposed to work this way. See for yourself in today's "Video of The Day"
Playlist for Wednesday, July 10, 2019
- Youngblood - 5 Seconds Of Summer
- Lay It Down - Ratt
- Lampshades On Fire - Muse
- Same Ole Situation (S.O.S.) - Motley Crue
- Flying High Again - Ozzy Osbourne
- The Heat Is On - Glenn Frey
- Rise - Jonas Blue/Jack & Jack
- Train In Vain - Clash
- Fascinated - Company B
- Cake - Flo Rida & 99 Percent
- Sowing The Seeds of Love - Tears For Fears
- Call It Rock & Roll - Great White
- Stir Fry - Migos
- In The Meantime - Spacehog
- Sweet Lovin - Sigala
- De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da - Police
- Anyway You Want It - Rise Against
- Cleveland Rocks - Ian Hunter
- Strangelove - Depeche Mode
- Say What you Will - Fastway
- Hallow Moon - AWOL Nation
- Rock & Roll Fantasy - Bad Company
- Indestructible - Disturbed
- New Year's Day - U2
- Neighbor - Ugly Kid Joe
- Dance The Night Away - Van Halen
- Back To School - Jude Cole
- If You Leave - Orchestral Manoeuvres In the Dark
- The Girl Got Hot - Weezer
- What I Got - Sublime
- The Way It Is - Bruce Hornsby & The Range
- 1985 - Bowling For Soup
- On Our Own - Bobby Brown
- Run Around - Blues Traveler
- Hey Leonardo - Blessed Union of Souls
- The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway - Genesis
- Lifted Up - Passion Pit
A busy week in Washington with hearings by the House Intelligence Committee along with calls for the Labor Secretary to resign. Meanwhile the arrest of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein also has Washington talking due to his connections with top level officials including former President Clinton. NBC News Radio’s Mike Bower takes a look at the madness in the Summer of 2019!
Reviews are in after last night's Major League Baseball's all-star game in Cleveland last night. What did fans think? WTAM Cleveland radio's Rob Bailey was there and joins Tony and Scott with a recap.
Juicing baseballs? Astros' and All Star Game starter Justin Verlander thinks so. But sports radio host Colin Cowherd thinks otherwise.
The fight to save the Affordable Care Act met stiff resistance Tuesday from a panel of federal appeals court judges, who questioned whether the law's command that Americans buy health insurance is constitutional. The hearing sets the stage for a major decision later this summer that could impact health care benefits for millions of Americans and supercharge debate over the law in the heat of the 2020 campaign. If the Affordable Care Act is entirely invalidated, Americans would no longer receive protections for preexisting conditions, free preventive benefits coverage in all plans, mandatory acceptance of children on their parents' plans up to age 26, premium subsidies to buy policies on the exchange, and greater access to Medicaid in dozens of states. There is not currently a viable alternative to the law that can pass the House and Senate and get signed into law by President Trump. Republicans were unsuccessful at repealing and replacing the law in 2017 when they controlled both chambers and the White House. President Trump told ABC News in June that he will be unveiling a "phenomenal" health care plan within the next two months. With Tony to break it down is ABC News' John Parkinson.
In just weeks many will be heading back to school, but what if the transition is a big one like high school or college? Dr. Charles Pemberton with Louisville Dimensions Family Therapy joins Tony with some helpful tips.