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WKOK Sunrise, Monday, July 16, 2018 with Chris Elio:

5:00am to 7:00am: This Morning, America’s First News with Gordon Deal. Show topics include:

  • There’s one man who’s mostly leading the charge when it comes to reshaping the U.S. court system, including the Supreme Court. We’ll you more about White House lawyer Donald McGahn.
  • Also, the alarming number of states unprepared for an economic downturn.

7:10am: Dr. Cybele Pacheco, Department Director, Community Medicine, Western Region, Geisinger, and Justin Troutman, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacist, Pain Medicine specialist, Geisinger, on the history of the opioid crisis, the new ways they are ‘resetting our brains,’ and breakthroughs in pain management. Part 1 (Recorded).

On The Mark with Joe McGranaghan and guest co-host Steve Kusheloff:

8:30am to 10:00am:  They’ll discuss all the big issues of the day: immigration, the president’s most successful, and controversial policies, how Fox News is the only patriotic news medium, and local news. 

WKOK Sunrise, Tuesday, July 17, 2018 with Chris Elio:

5:00am to 7:00am: This Morning, America’s First News with Gordon Deal. Show topics include:

  • Gordon Deal will have a look at the overnight stock markets and a look ahead on Wall Street.
  • How is your 401K doing now, now that Wall Street has stabilized and parts of the economy are back on track.

7:10am: Dr. Cybele Pacheco, Department Director, Community Medicine, Western Region, Geisinger, and Justin Troutman, PharmD, Clinical Pharmacist, Pain Medicine specialist, Geisinger, on the history of the opioid crisis, the new ways they are ‘resetting our brains,’ and breakthroughs in pain management. Part 2 (Recorded).

On The Mark with Joe McGranaghan and guest co-host Steve Kusheloff:

8:30am to 10:00am:  They’ll discuss all the big issues of the day: immigration, the president’s most successful, and controversial policies, how Fox News is the only patriotic news medium, and local news. 

WKOK Sunrise. Wednesday, July 18, 2018 with Mark Lawrence:

5:00am to 7:00am: This Morning, America’s First News with Gordon Deal. Show topics include:

  •  The death of the American dream? That’s what some folks say they see coming down the road.

7:10am: Justin Michaels, Spreading Antler’s Foundation, and Brian Pope, Edison Hotel, on the upcoming Christmas in July event in Sunbury. The fundraising event July 25 involves The Hotel Edison and Spreading Antlers Foundation joining forces to present ‘Christmas in July’ at the Hotel Edison Wednesday July 25. “Christmas gifts” will be accepted for needy kids in The Valley, but the gifts are school supplies.

On The Mark with co-host Joe McGranaghan:

8:30am to 10:00am:  Mark and Joe will resume arguing where they left off: Sanctuary cities, political correctness, immigration, and many other topics.

Listen to past Shows

Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan resume arguing about President Trump’s Helsinki news conference and the crumblization of the GOP and Democratic parties.

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Mark Lawrence and co-hosts Ben Reichley and Taylor Lightman discuss the opioid crisis, education funding, the FBI agent Strzok testimony, employee owned companies, President Trump and other topics.

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Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan argue about tariffs, sanctuary cities, and Sen. Toomey’s measure to add a Congressional endorsement (or rebuke) to new tariffs.

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Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan talk calls and read emails related to the US Supreme Court nominee and the many entities and individuals weighing in on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination.  We discuss his past, his views on government, and many related decisions.

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Mark Lawrence and Joe McGranaghan are back together for a spirited conversation about the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the US Supreme Court. We discuss his resume, important decisions and President’s Trump’s remarks the night before. Callers agreed with the president’s choice for the most part, but several emailer’s questioned in credentials.

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Mark Lawrence and guest co-host Alf Siewers, Bucknell University humanities professor, discuss the immigration controversy, President Trump, decorum and divisiveness, and an upcoming Tsar Nicholas II centennial observation.

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All segments on On The Mark this week are from the WKOK On The Mark archives. Looking for a particular program? Go to WKOK and click on ‘On Air’ and in the pulldown menu–choose ‘On The Mark.’

 

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Mark Lawrence and co-hosts Taylor Lightman and Ben Reichley interview noted attorney and legal expert Clifford Rieders of Williamsport, on the US Supreme Court retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy, and the future of the court. Then we talked to Bob Dick, a senior policy analyst with the Commonwealth Foundation, on Janus vs. AFSCME case. We stayed on the union/Supreme Court topic the rest of the show. Lots of emails and calls.

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