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WKDZ Hires Ed Marlowe to Its Award-Winning News Team

Marlowe graduated from Trigg County High School. He said that he is grateful he grew up in a small community because he believes that led to his growth as a reporter.

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Western Kentucky’s WKDZ Radio has hired an experienced local journalist to assist its award-winning news team. 

Ed Marlowe, a former newspaper writer and sports editor, will cover local government in Trigg County, Kentucky. Five years ago, the station was named NAB Marconi Small Market U.S. Radio Station of the Year.

“I’m really excited about bringing in Marlowe to our team,” said Edge Media Group CEO and President Beth Mann. “I think he is going to fit in beautifully with our professionals who love what they do and love the communities they cover.” 

Marlowe graduated from Trigg County High School. He said that he is grateful he grew up in a small community because he believes that led to his growth as a reporter. 

“With news I just always wanted to know what the answer is,” Marlowe said. “I grew up here and I have met a lot of people. I expect those interactions to continue. I want to get better as a person and as a news reporter. If I receive criticism. I will take that opportunity to learn and grow from it.” 

In addition to his duties in the news department, Marlowe will also contribute to YourSportsEdge.com.

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Dan Bongino: CDC Appears Confused Over Mask Mandate

Bongino’s heated comments came during his nationally syndicated radio show Tuesday as he questioned why the government agency keeps backtracking on its stance on masks and vaccinated people.

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Right-wing radio host Dan Bongino criticized a decision by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that reverses the course on vaccinated Americans having to wear a mask indoors.

Bongino’s heated comments came during his nationally syndicated radio show Tuesday as he questioned why the government agency keeps backtracking on its stance on masks and vaccinated people.

“The CDC appears confused yet again,” Bongino said. “First, they said no masks, then they said masks, then they said mandate masks, then they said two masks, and then there were people in the mainstream media that were asking how many masks can we safely wear.”

CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said new data shows the delta variant behaves “uniquely differently” from its predecessors and could make vaccinated people infectious.

“If these things work, the face diapers, then why didn’t they work?”
Walensky used the new mandate as an opportunity to encourage people to get vaccinated while reiterating that the new guidance affects K-12 schools who must now wear a mask indoors, including teachers, staff, students, and visitors, regardless of vaccination status.

“You are sticking kids in these face diapers, and you have yet to produce a shred of damn evidence that these things work,” Bongino exclaimed.

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Sebastian Gorka Inks Multi-Year Deal With Salem Radio Network

The Hungarian native served as Deputy Assistant to the President in the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump.

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Radio personality Dr. Sebastian Gorka inked a multi-year extension with Salem Radio Network. The America First host began his stint at the network nearly two years ago.

The Hungarian native served as Deputy Assistant to the President in the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump.

“Despite an incredibly hard 18 months for America, conservative talk radio is stronger than it has ever been,” Gorka said. “I am so grateful to Salem, my superb team, and our amazing listeners for their loyalty and enduring love of country.”

Gorka has briefed the Central Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the U.S. Navy Seals, and the Commandant of the Marine Corps. He also served as an expert for the Department of Justice during the Boston Bombing trial and testified before Congress on the threat of Global Jihadism.

“Dr. Gorka has proven to be a natural on the radio. His insight into current events, his courageous stands on the issues, and his unique sense of humor have blended together to make this one of the best shows in the Salem lineup,” said Salem senior vice president for spoken-word Phil Boyce. 

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Curtis Sliwa Wants NYC to Cover Expenses for Saving a Cat or Dog

The Republican mayoral nominee told the New York Post that he wants to give people a $1,000 “Pet Snap Card” that they could use for food, supplies, and related expenses at local stores.

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Former 77 WABC host turned politician, Curtis Sliwa, wants the city to cover expenses for anyone who saves a cat or a dog from being euthanized at a city shelter.

The Republican mayoral nominee told the New York Post that he wants to give people a $1,000 “Pet Snap Card” that they could use for food, supplies, and related expenses at local stores.

“This Pet SNAP Card will help promote and facilitate adoptions throughout New York City by easing the financial expenses of pets,” he told the paper. “It works in the same way as the traditional SNAP program except it can only be used toward pet expenses, food, supplies, vet care, etc.”

Sliwa told voters that he wants to get rid of any animal shelter that kills pets.

“I will continue to make it one of the key campaign planks,” he said during a press conference. “Part of our mandate is that when I become mayor, there will be no-kill shelters in the city of New York.”

Sliwa will face off against Democratic mayoral nominee Eric Adams in November.

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