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Michigan Watch is Michigan Radio’s investigative/accountability reporting unit. Headed by veteran reporter Lester Graham, Michigan Watch provides in-depth reports on topics of importance that may require a longer and more involved examination. These include the workings of state government, education, the environment, and jobs and the economy. Among the specific topics covered by Michigan Watch have been the influence of money and politics in Michigan elections, changes to the state’s mandat ...
 
The Home Before Dark Podcast Network currently offers the main Home Before Dark show as well as an Atlanta United FC Weekly podcast, both hosted by Kevin Bradley and Tim Herb. With more shows in the pipeline, the Home Before Dark Podcast Network is bringing you all the best Atlanta-based podcast content available today, covering a vast variety of content - video games, movies, television, pop culture, trivia, sports, the arts, and general lifestyle. Home Before Dark hearkens back to a time w ...
 
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As we watched the events unfold at the Capitol in Washington DC yesterday, we felt once again like our very soul was being ripped from our body.Unfortunately, it is the same feeling that overwhelmed us when Minneapolis burned, kids attacked good samaritans on State Street, anarchists tried to firebomb the police in Madison and violence erupted in K…
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, host King Williams sits down with Bloomberg Media reporter Conor Sen on metro Atlanta and the 2020 election. Conor talks about the economic recovery in Georgia and why it had more of a factor in Biden winning in a slimmer margin. The two also talk about the growth of metro Atlanta and how that affe…
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, host King Williams sits down with Georgia Public Broadcasting's Stephen Fowler. Stephen is here to explain all of your voter questions regarding the November 3rd election, the controversy on ballot recounts, the runoffs, and more!He also has a podcast on elections on Georgia called Ballot Box that'…
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, host King Williams sits down with political consultant Cory Ruth of Mergence Global to talk politics. The two talk about what it means to be a Black Republican in the age of Trump, the Georgia Senate races, and forecasting the Atlanta 2021 mayors race. If you would like to get in contact with Cory,…
 
Rep. Macco, Chair of the Assembly Ways and Means Committee, says Wisconsin is in great financial shape, and that didn't happen by accident. It took years of responsible budgeting and mature longterm planning. He says that must continue into the next budget, despite calls for massive new government spending.…
 
In this episode of 'The Neighborhood Watch Podcast', host King Williams, sits down with journalist and podcast host Christina Lee. Christina is one half of the podcast duo 'Bottom of the Map' from WABE Atlanta, she also hosted a limited series for iHeartmedia entitled 'Racket: Inside the Gold Club', about the infamous Gold Club in Atlanta. Christin…
 
In the aftermath of the Nov. 3rd election, rumors of watermarked ballots, secret marking ink, recount strategies, and come-from-behind election wins are everywhere.Sen. Kathy Bernier (R-Chippewa Falls) spent many years as the Chippewa County Clerk and oversaw many elections there. She sat down with the MacIver Institute to set the rumors straight.B…
 
Tim and Kevin talk about the impact that Moreno has continued to bring to the Five Stripes, even coming off of another loss at the hands of DC United. Will Atlanta United find their way to a MLS playoff spot? It seems unlikely, but in a year where anything is both possible, and impossible, it’s anyone’s guess. The boys also talk about the new Zaxby…
 
Last week, the Evers Administration announced that the state’s covid tracking website would be paused this past weekend while system maintenance was carried out.On Monday, we found out that despite not telling the public ahead of time, it appears that the Evers Administration took this opportunity to add in to the system a bunch of backlogged Covid…
 
The gang’s all here! Tonight the guys talk about the Toronto FC loss and the upcoming match against DC United. Most importantly, the boys play the most confusing game in show history that will leave them as confused as you are. Ultimately, there isn’t much that’s good to talk about Atlanta United right now, so let’s just try to make the most out of…
 
A MacIver News Service investigation has discovered another discrepancy with the COVID data that the Evers Administration is presenting to the Wisconsin public. Everyday, the Department of Health Services publishes the COVID positive test rate and you see this number repeated all over the mainstream media. The problem is this number does not includ…
 
Sean Ryan of the Milwaukee Business Journal is reporting that Mayor Barrett’s streetcar is in trouble.Ridership is down 60% this year compared to last, no surprise really because of COVID-19 and the decision by local politicians to shutdown the economy.The temporary federal grant used to get the streetcar up and running is done and the Mayor is pla…
 
A MacIver Investigation last week discovered that the Evers administration was misleading the public by publicizing a Covid positive test rate that only analyzed some of tests administered to Wisconsinites, not all of the tests.The administration even went so far as to get their buddies at Politifact to rate our investigation as, no surprise here, …
 
After Milwaukee County DA John Chisholm decided not to bring any charges against Police Officer Mensah, protestors took to the streets of Wauwatosa, carrying on long into the night and destroying property along the way.One Wauwatosa homeowner pleaded with the thugs to leave his neighborhood alone.저자 The MacIver Institute
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, host King Williams hopped on Zoom to talk to statistician Ryan Harris on Georgia's record turnout. Ryan talks about the differences in Georgia's election turnouts of 2016 versus 2020. He also talks about the role of the 2018 Georgia Gubernatorial elections and why that vote was historic. We also ta…
 
*First my apologies on the audio of this episode. It was done over Zoom and a bad microphone connection on my end. Please take a listen as this is a wealth of great conversation on podcasts with John Asante.*In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, host King Williams talks to Atlanta native, fellow Georgia State alum, and professional pod…
 
Tim and Kevin ramble about almost everything but Atlanta United in tonight’s show, discussing Halloween candy favorites, shows they’re watching, and a little about the Five Stripes as they come off of a draw against Orlando and a loss at the hands of New York Red Bulls. Tim and Kevin are here to bring you a weekly look at their hometown MLS team – …
 
Dan and Tim talk about the recent thrashing of DC United at the hands of Atlanta United and preview the Orlando City match. Does the win over DC United change their opinions of the team going forward? Will this new found confidence jump start Atlanta in a struggling 2020 MLS campaign? Will Atlanta go winless against Orlando City?!?!?! Tim and Kevin…
 
Kevin is finally back with Dan and Tim to discuss the recent mixed bag of results that we’ve seen from Atlanta United. They talk about the state of MLS as a whole and what changes they would make to improve its standing on an international soccer stage. They also provide their thoughts and expectations for the team going forward this season and if …
 
Dan and Tim are back discussing the recent, and sudden departure of one of Atlanta United’s designated players – Pity Martinez. They also talk about rebounding against heated rivals Orlando City to steal a point down in Exploria Stadium.저자 Home Before Dark
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, I hopped on Zoom to talk to Cornell University professor Lawrence Glickman.Professor Glickman has written several books on consumerism, free markets, and society. In this interview, we talk about whether or not boycotts are liberal, conservative, or both. Remembering the backlash to The New Deal, w…
 
In this interview of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, I sit down and talk to historian Kevin Levin. Kevin is the author of several books specifically on The Civil War entitled, Searching for Black Confederates: The Civil War’s Most Persistent Myth, Remembering the Battle of the Crater: War as Murder, and Interpreting the Civil War at Museums and His…
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, I hopped on Zoom to talk to a buddy of mine and former police officer, Ernest Hawkins of the mental health running organization Run With E.In this interview, we talk about what he sees at the protests from the perspective of a Black man and a former officer. His thoughts on defunding vs abolishing …
 
Tonight the guys are joined by Felipe Cardenas, local writer for The Athletic to discuss the 3-1 Orlando City loss. Unfortunately, nothing is forever, and the same seems to hold true about Atlanta’s reign over OCSC. The group gathers around to discuss what the issues are currently plaguing the five stripes and who’s to blame. Who will step up as th…
 
Everything was good to go for private and religious schools to hold in-person instruction this fall throughout Dane County. After spending thousands of dollars and countless staff hours the schools had met all the county’s requirements for coronavirus mitigation. Then the county changed its mind.Friday evening on Aug. 21st, the county health depart…
 
Dan and Tim are back to bask in the glory that was a 2-0 victory in their Major League Soccer return against Nashville SC on Saturday. They also preview the upcoming compressed slate of fixtures for Atlanta United, including Wednesday night’s match against upstart Inter Miami CF and Saturday’s return back to Mercedes Benz Stadium to face heated riv…
 
Tonight the boys are joined by another Mouth of the South, Josh Bagriansky. With Atlanta United’s return to the 2020 MLS season just a few days away, they talk about their expectations for the 5 Stripes against Nashville as well as for the 6 games currently scheduled. They also discuss potential signings and what player changes would need to occur …
 
Everyone has heard of the heartbreaking stories of those, forced out of work by COVID, waiting forever to receive unemployment checks from our state government. Secretary Frostman and DWD were clearly caught off guard by the avalanche of unemployment claims that started in March.The real travesty is that months later, tens of thousands of Wisconsin…
 
Normally, today’s MacIver News Minute would be all about Election Day and the need for everyone to get out to vote.But, we cannot let what happened Saturday night in Wauwatosa go without comment. After protesting once again at Mayfair mall earlier in the day, a large group of over 50 descended upon Police Officer Mensah’s personal home, where his f…
 
Tonight the boys are joined by none other than the Mouth of the South himself, Eric Quintana. They talk about the MLS is Back Tournament and Orlando City’s success. They also discuss the outlook for Atlanta United and what they hope to see out of whatever may remain of the 2020 season. Tim and Kevin are here to bring you a weekly look at their home…
 
Last week, the MacIver News Service reported on a discrepancy with the State’s COVID-19 data because some counties decided not to record the number of negative tests at the same time as they inputted the positive. We still haven’t figured out who signed off on that piece of genius.Now MacIver has discovered another serious discrepancy in the COVID …
 
After a poor showing in the MLS is Back Tournament that left ATLUTD 0-3 and the only team without a goal scored, the team and manager Frank de Boer have mutually agreed to part ways. Tonight we take your calls and get your thoughts on the absence of FdB from Atlanta United and discuss the future coaching prospects. Thanks to everyone that joined us…
 
Last week, Dane County government quietly published a note on its COVID update website that they were behind entering the number of daily negative tests, calling into question the accuracy of the statewide test total published by the Evers Adminstration.After Dane County finally got around to entering the 17,000 backlogged negative tests, their wee…
 
Protestors have targeted Wauwatosa recently because they believe officer Joseph Mensah should be fired. Officer Mensah, who is black, has been besieged by the Black Lives Matter movement after he killed a teenage suspect who fired a gun at him first at Mayfair Mall. The incident is under review.On Tuesday, the Tosa City Council held a public listen…
 
Kevin and Tim welcome Dan back into the fold to discuss the MLS is Back tournament and the current state of affairs for Atlanta United FC. They discuss the 0-1 loss at the hands of FC Cincinnati in the MLS is Back Tournament and what Atlanta’s outlook is matching up against the Columbus Crew. With Mulraney out, we are likely to see Bello return to …
 
In response to a information request from MacIver, Governor Evers' Adminstration revealed this week that 81% of the Wisconsinites who have passed away from COVID-19, died having another serious, underlying health condition or a what is known in medical circles as a comorbidity.81%. According to DHS, only 1% of the deaths have been caused by COVID o…
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, I got on Zoom to talk to a fellow Atlanta eastsider in Ruben Harris, the founder of Career Karma, a company that helps to reskill people for higher-paying jobs. Ruben talks about how he ended up in Silicon Valley, why he started Career Karma, why now is the time to reskill, and why software is eati…
 
In this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, I got on Zoom to talk to a buddy of mine, Dr. Ayanna Abrams, who is a licensed therapist here in Atlanta, and we talk about mental health in a time of crisis.Dr. Abrams took out time to talk to me on how to deal with mental health for yourself, seeing signs of distress in others, and also why she g…
 
The boys are back! Tim and Kevin socially distance themselves to break down the opening of the MLSisBack Tournament and to discuss Atlanta United’s return to play. They break down their thoughts on the lineup which left ATLUTD at a 0-1 loss at the hands of New York Red Bulls. They also talk about their emotional state amidst the pandemic and their …
 
**This interview was conducted before the pandemic on February 28th 2020 and due to a host of reasons, was not made available until today.** In this interview, I sit down to talk to Cedric Michael, the Vice President of T. Dallas Smith, one of the few large scale Black, commercial real estate companies in America. We talk about how Cedric got into …
 
On this episode of The Neighborhood Watch Podcast, I hopped on Zoom to talk to Dr. Jessica Barron, author of the book 'The Urban Church Imagined' and consultant with national consulting firm Frontline Solutions. In this interview, we talk about the role of an under-reported phenomenon taking place in cities, church plants.For those not aware, churc…
 
Happy Belated Independence Day Everyone.Hope you were able to take a few minutes from the festivities to really think about how truly blessed we are to be living here in the United States of America and how extraordinary it was for the founding fathers to create a new nation built on freedom, liberty and justice for all.Given the recent unrest that…
 
Last week in Madison, a government building was fire-bombed, a state senator was attacked by the mob, a driver was pulled from his car and beaten and two statutes were torn down at the capitol.The supposed reason for all this rage and violence - the arrest of protest leader Devonere Johnson.According to numerous reports, Devonere Johnson was arrest…
 
In this interview, I talk to Chris Bruce, Political Director of the ACLU of Georgia. Over Zoom, we talked specifically about several key bills that were or were not passed at the end of the legislative year which ended this Friday.This includes the hate crimes bill and controversial HB838, a new bill that gives police even more protections includin…
 
Today is a departure for the main podcast as I decided to upload a podcast in which I was guest on. The podcast is entitled to the 'We Got Spirit How About You' podcast from Joshua G. Sanders, a former PK (preachers kid) who interviews different people on their personal journeys with faith.In this interview, we talk about finding God for yourself. …
 
If you thought that the unnecessary and arbitrary COVID-19 lockdown was a thing of the past when the State Supreme Court ruled that the Evers Adminstration’s Safer at Home order was unconstitutional, think again.Ever since that ruling back in May, county governments all across Wisconsin have been attempting to pass local ordinances that give an une…
 
The non-partisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau is tracking the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown on the state’s economy and the news isn’t pretty.Tax collections for April 2020 are down $870 million compared to last April and tax collections for the year are down $380 million compared to last.Some of the drop in tax collections can be attributed to the d…
 
Last week, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported on a recent phone call between Governor Tony Evers and Legislative leaders.Why is a phone call between politicians newsworthy, you might ask? Because an Evers staffer secretly recorded the phone call without notifying the leaders and then that staffer leaked the recording to the media. Governor Eve…
 
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