Mid-week commentary and analysis of local, state and national politics with Flint's premiere political pundit Paul Rozycki on The Tom Sumner Program Wednesday March 27 beginning at 3 p.m. Hear Tom and co-host Andrea weekdays from 3-6 p
A local student recently got in trouble when he brought cupcakes to school adorned with little, plastic green army men to celebrate his birthday. Watch Dan and Brenda tackle the topic on their regular Weekend Talk Back segment on WNEM TV 5
Flint Mayor Dayne Walling and Council President Scott Kincaid followed by our weekly round table ARMCHAIR POLITICS with former Lt. Gov. Democrat John Cherry, long time state legislator Republican Charlie Mueller and resident cynic Barry Simon on The Tom Sumner Program Monday March 11 beginning at 3 p
Andrew Watt (CEO for the Association of Fundraising Professionals) talks about the effect of "sequester" on the country's non- profit organizations, Jonathan Smith talks about efforts to raise money and awareness of undiagnosed heart disease in young people, and much more on The Tom Sumner Program Tuesday March 5 at 3 p
Political commentary and analysis with Armchair Politics pundits former Lt. Governor John Cherry on the left, long time State House member Charlie Mueller on the right and resident cynic Barry Simon on The Tom Sumner Program broadcasting LIVE from Alexander J's Monday February 25 beginning at 3 p
Politics goes to the "Oscars." Flint's premiere political pundit Paul Rozycki talks about politics in the movies and FIA Film Curator Ed Bradley (former Flint Journal movie critic) previews the 2013 Academy Awards on The Tom Sumner Program Wednesday February 20 beginning at 3 p
On Sunday, I went to Best Buy to upgrade my wife's cell phone. We had gotten an email promotion from the retailer earlier in the year saying if we upgraded a phone there, we would receive a $50 gift card
According to the Michigan Department of Civil Rights, the picture above harms Native Americans. We’re not talking about hurt feelings. Such images actually lower academic performance among Native Americans
Baltimore Ravens cheerleader, Courtney Lenz, is not fat. She’s adorable. But she didn’t make the cut to cheer the Ravens on to their Big Game victory. Was it because she gained 1.6 pounds? Brenda and I tackled the issue in a recent WNEM TV5 Weekend Talk Back segment:
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