Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

[EDITOR'S NOTE: THIS POST IS BEING UPDATED TO INCLUDE AUDIO AND VIDEO FROM TODAY'S BROADCAST.  PLEASE CHECK BACK AFTER 3:00PM FOR THE COMPLETE POST.]

6 AM Hour

We discuss the possible sale of the Carbone Auto Group.

Hillary Clinton is criticizing Donald Trump; he is criticizing her.  Keeler said that Hillary won the quip war yesterday.

Were the SUNY computers hacked yesterday?  We think so...

Fox News'  Jessica Golloher tells us the latest about the sale of some Boeing aircraft to the government of Iran.

Keeler tells Kristine that Mississippi ranks almost dead-last in children-friendly states.  It does not change her mind about moving.

Keeler says that the state SUNY website, he believes, what hacked.  Pornography was put in its place.

YNN hosted a debate for New York's 22nd Congressional District GOP primary.

Is Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney misrepresenting what transpired on our air last week?

Sherry from New York Mills tries to win today's Free Money Question of the Day.  She wins a gift certificate from Carmela's Cafe in New Hartford.

Tony Colon calls in and says that Sherry should be given another chance because Keeler mangled the pronunciation of "Vigilantes de Peso," also known as "Weight Watchers."

We speak with Peter Franklin, "The Gabby Cabby," with his True Tales of New York.  He says that Manhattan is nearly a paradise.

 

7 AM Hour

Proctor High School Band Director Alex Wronka joins us to talk about #TheGiftofMusic.  he is joined by Kristin Rivera, who plays the flute for our audience.

We discuss music copyrights and several of the lawsuits pending.

Mona in Madison calls into talk about the segment with Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney.

Sue, a music teacher, calls in to talk about the Led Zeppelin lawsuit.

Happy birthday to:

  • Diane Malone from Rome
  • Kathy Perrone from Schuyler

Diane wins the gift certificate for a birthday cake from the Florentine Pastry Shop in Utica.  Congratulations!

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We listen to chord progressions featuring notes "E," "A," and "B."

From music to politics...

What really happened during our conversation with Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney?  We replay the audio.  When we asked her a tough question she hung up on us.  She says that we cut her off.  You be the judge.

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Caller Sue says that she received a flyer in the mail yesterday accusing candidate Steven Wells of resorting to questionable tactics by accusing her of missing votes in the New York State Assembly when she was taking care of her mother.

8 AM Hour

Attorney Joseph Hobika is in studio.  Is he going to take issue with Keeler's $350 Hobika Law Firm Free Money Question of the Day?

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A caller who is a female veteran, takes issue with Assemblywoman Tenney's voting records, specifically as it pertains to women and female veterans.

Rosemary Bonacci of Sitrin Healthcare is in to talk about a fundraising concert with some big performers coming to Mohawk Valley Community College.  The proceeds will benefit Sitrin's new neurocare program.

Herkimer County Coroner candidate Daniel J. Enea is in talking #Election2016.  Dan's mom owned Mr. C's music...she is listening now.  Dan says he has been listening to Keeler since he was five years old.  He is running against Vincent Enea.  Yes, they are related.

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Karen in Frankfort tries to win the Hobika Free Money Question of the Day.   And...she wins $350!!!!!

The Utica Club lights are going up:

The Republican Party may be parting ways, at least somewhat, with the National Rifle Association.

"Legal Lis" Wiehl joins us with some of this week's craziest legal stories.

Enjoy your day!