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4-7-2017 Ward Scott & Remzey Samarrai

Ward talks about women in the democratic party, learning about cattle, Tebow and water in California. Remzey talks about Russia, China and Tommy-hawk missiles.


4-6-2017 Ward Scott & David Ballard

Ward talks about the biomass plant, the city employee stealing money, the Supreme Court Nominee, talking with a friend about the President and fiction and fact. The second hour Ward talks with David Ballard, Events Coordinator, City of Gainesville Cultural Affairs Department.


4-5-2017 Ward Scott & The Ag Show

Ward talks about the reform school, vocational education, Susan Rice and Martin Luther. On the Alachua County Farm Bureau Ag Show, Ward talks to Tyson Emery, Chief of Plant Apiary Inspection and Bryan Benson, Environmental Manager with the Florida Department of Agriculture.


4-4-2017 Ward Scott & Alex Patton

Ward talks about his listener in Hawaii who points out an interesting fact about the NCAA, liberal hate, names that no longer belong to us and more on Title 9. Alex Patton, Ozean Media, shows how the newspaper and the democrats are making false claims about voter turnout and moving the elections to the fall.


4-3-2017 Ward Scott & Law Enforcement Monday

Ward talks about the shortage of fast food workers in Colorado,then a visit to Coach Hog's Locker Room for some basketball talk, more on the never ending saga of the biomass plant and who is keeping the new POTUS from draining the swamp. Law Enforcement Monday featured out going Public Information Officer for the Alachua County Sheriff's office, Brandon Kutner and incoming PIO, Sgt. Chris Sims.


3-31-2017 Ward Scott and Remzey Samarrai

Ward talks about more folks talking on campuses, the NCAA, the current civil war, immigration into this country and running a campaign. Remzey gives us a tour of Washington DC and the plaque with his name on it.


3-30-2017 Ward Scott & Ed Bielarski

Ward talks about the Ward Scott Files, the city employee who stole from Gainesville, the Supreme Court Justice, Alachua County Commissioner and Ken Cornell. Ward's guests for the second hour was Ed Bielarski, General Manager of GRU along with Margaret Crawford, communications director.


3-29-2017 Ward Scott & Alachua Co Farm Bureau Ag Show

Ward talks about the male basketball coach for the University of Florida's women's basketball team, brain builders and the Alachua County Commission's presentation from GRU. On the Alachua County Farm Bureau Ag Show Adam Bassford reported from Tallahassee and Mark Waldorff, owner of Gatorland Kubota and his sales manager, Alan Cain talks about farm machinery.


3-28-2017 Ward Scott & Alex Patton

Ward talks about the visit yesterday by Alachua County Commissioner, Ken Cornell, the Corrine Brown interview, first male head coach for the woman's basketball team, the biomass buy out and North Carolina may win the basketball National Championship. Alex Patton, Ozean Media, talks about the most recent Gainesville City election and the POTUS.


3-27-2017 Ward Scott & Ken Cornell

Ward talks about an editorial in the local paper, a visit to Coach Hog's Locker-room, Obamacare, medication and the justice confirmation. Alachua County Commissioner Chair, Ken Cornell, was guest and talks about roads, the biomass buy out and more.


3-24-2017 Ward Scott & Remzey Samarrai

Ward talks about Obamacare, Corrine Brown, a memorandum of understanding and leaking information. Remzey talked about teaching a class without a degree, eggs and evil.


3-23-2017 Ward Scott & Mark Glaeser

Ward talks about parrots getting wasted, Sara Lawrence College's person dates and the downside of a sex change in prison. Mark runs down a laundry list of cases he was involved in.


3-22-2017 Ward Scott & The Ag Show

Ward talks about the law, the interrogation of the Supreme Court Justice, the Mayor of Tallahassee who wants to be Governor and the Mayor of Gainesville. Ward's guest on the Alachua County Farm Bureau Ag Show was Craig Mikell, Agency Manager of Farm Bureau Insurance of Alachua and Levy Counties.


3-21-2017 Ward Scott

Ward talks about Obama's Title 9 threat, tiny little houses, legalized marijuana and the liberal mind.


3-20-2017 Ward Scott

Ward talks about Donna Brazil, interim chair of the National Democratic Party and her admitting she was wrong and its now on the record, the women of the democratic party, then a visit in Coach Hog's Locker Room, NPR and Dance Alive. Stuart Taylor was Ward's guest in the second hour. He co-authored "The Campus Rape Frenzy: The Attack on Due Process at America's Universities". In recent years politicians led by President Obama and prominent senators and governors have teamed with extremists on campus to portray our nation's campuses as awash in a violent sexual crime wave.


3-17-2017 Ward Scott & Remzey Samarrai

Ward talks about little houses, 2nd Amendment bills working through the legislature, solution to Old Joe and the blame belongs in law schools. Remzey talks about immigration in Europe and what China is up to.


3-16-2017 Ward Scott & David Schoenbrod

Ward talks about the crowd that turned out for the POTUS in Tennessee and the sentencing of former Gainesville Police officer, Jeff McAdams. Ward spoke with David Schoenbrod about his book, DC Confidential: Inside the 5 tricks of Washington. Schoenbrod is trustee professor New York Law School and adjunct scholar, Cato Institute.


3-15-2017 Ward Scott & Ag Wednesday

Ward talks about Lot 10 and more on Rodney Long, the outcome of the Gainesville elections and President Trump's tax return. On the Alachua County Farm Bureau Ag Show, Adam Bassford, Director of Legislative Affairs for the Florida Farm Bureau gave a Legislative Report. The primary guest was Amanda Morgan, UF/IFAS Alachua County 4H Agent.


3-14-2017 Ward Scott & Alex Patton

Ward talks about the missing scales and changing the test so people can pass it and become teachers. Alex Patton, Ozean Media, talks about voter turn out and more on the biomass plant.


3-13-2017 Ward Scott

Ward talks about the love hate radio challenge, a visit with Coach Hog, and the David Denslow PhD newspaper article. The second hour Ward talked with Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment, about Obamacare and the GOP replacement.