Wake-up with America's first news - Host Gordon Deal goes beyond the headlines with the day's first look at news and business news from the U.S. and around the world; bringing a lively blend of intelligent information, humor, and expert analysis to morning radio.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 29, 2023
Israel, Hamas due to release more people amid efforts to extend truce, GOP faces ominous signs in effort to avoid January shutdown, and sanitation workers in New Hampshire dig through 20 tons of trash to find lost wedding ring.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 28, 2023
More Israeli hostages expected to be freed after Gaza truce extended, Judge rejects Trump's bid for US House Jan. 6 committee records, and how to find the best deals on Travel Tuesday.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 27, 2023
President Biden hopes for extension of Israel-Hamas truce as more hostages released, 3 college students of Palestinian descent shot in Vermont in possible hate crime, and Pilot helps book return to library across the country.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal November 25, 2023
Could the U.S. ever really ban TikTok, inside the quest for quieter pickleball, and groom secretly learned Korean for over a year to surprise wife and family at wedding.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 24, 2023
Best of- Warning signs for the U.S. health system are piling up, what could be different about Black Friday this year, and Black Friday facts.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 23, 2023
Best of- Israel and the West deal with a high-tech failure, the Taylor Swift stock market effect, and 5 facts about Thanksgiving turkey.
Used to be the only news I listened too….
All the personalities are great. Been listening during the week for a couple a years. (The weekend is just a rebroadcast of a couple stories from the work week).
I gotta say though, they just report what other outlets have put out. There’s no investigation to make sure what they report is legit. I used to think it was unbiased but it seems like more and more just reporting one sides views.
I used to tell people to listen to this in the morning to get a quick idea of what’s going on but now it’s just more one sided spewing without question.
Any suggestions of just having unbiased news every morning are very welcome!
Do some work guys, restore my faith in your reporting and maybe give more than just one side of the story.
Julie on the Job is Spot On
This Morning is my morning ritual of four years, I listen while walking my dog around the neighborhood. In a polarized world of spin, this podcast stays un-sensational and objective without taking sides. Julie on the Job content is especially relevant as a millennial navigating this job market. Julie Bauke’s insights on the Podcast that aired October 23, 2023, bore sufficient resonance and perspicacity to inspire review. Julie “gets” what my generation is going through. Her observation of a “Boomer Bias” is spot on and I don’t hear many in the media articulating this perspective so clearly. We millennials were sent off to college by Boomer parents and counselors who passively expected us to just figure out our gifting, life purpose, and career path the day we arrived on campus with shower shoes and Ikea furniture. Turns out, college is an expensive place to figure out what to do with one’s life and America has a $1.6 trillion loan crisis as evidence. As Julie said, Boomers expected a college degree to magically transform into gainful employment but, depending on the field of study, graduates find they can be walking a plank into a job market abyss, especially in fields that don’t require a degree. Julie’s segment today encouraged me that I am not alone in feeling frustrated with the unrealistic expectations on the value of a 4-year degree in the marketplace. She provided timely and cost-efficient alternatives to liberal arts education. To despondent millennials re-thinking their field of study after a decade of professional experience, she instilled hope that meaningful work exists. Thank you for providing relevant content from expert contributors with the caliber of Julie Bauke.
A nice morning ritual.
I enjoy your news every day. “Julie on the Job” is great. The Mike-Drop is fun. (Happy Friday Eve)!