Thursday, April 22, 2010

THE "ME & VINNIE" GRAND FINALE - APRIL 30th 6-9am on SIRIUS 108 XM 139. The "Me & Vinnie Show" will cease production on Friday April 30th. That will be the last show. After a glorious 2 year run with "Me & Vinnie" and a total of 4 years on Sirius... it is over.

I want to thank all of our listeners for supporting the program. I want to thank you for all your great calls, emails and posts. It was an honor to be a part of your morning. Please stay in touch on F/B and you can always email me at . I will still be live every morning on TRU-tv's IN Session from 9am - noon as well as making many appearances on HLN in the mornings and at night. THANK YOU


Monday, April 19, 2010

Get Your Sex Scandal Bracket Here

Download your copy of the 2010 Sex Scandal Championship Bracket HERE.

And vote for your Round 1 picks HERE. Voting is now open.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Nick & Stanley

Nick and the 1994 Rangers

Monday, April 12, 2010

Safety First

Former Federal Air Marshall Robert Maclean joins us by phone to comment on last week's incident with the Qatari diplomat, and the Whistleblower Protection act of 2009. Mr. Maclean was fired in 2006 after he exposed the TSA's plan to remove Marshalls from long distant flights as a cost saving measure. Much more info at


It's tax season. If you haven't filed yet, better hurry up. In the meantime, Chris Hellman is here today from the National Priorities Project. NPP takes the thousands of pages of complicated paper work filed by the government, and provides a simple, clear breakdown of how the government will be spending your tax dollars.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Heeere's Johnny!

Earl J. Braxton, the owner of joins us to discuss the trademark board's recent ruling against him. This litigation has been ongoing since his 1977 case, Carson v. Here's Johnny Portable Toilets, Inc., 810 F.2d 104 (6th Cir. 1987).

Monday, April 5, 2010

Runaway Squad

Each year in the US, more than 1.6 million youths run away from home. Although thousands of runaways are killed or die out in the streets, most overburdened police departments don’t have the resources to meet the parents’ pleas to find them. That’s where former NYPD detective Joe Mazzilli and his team step in. On an on-going, pro bono basis, this dedicated squad tracks and rescues runaways – often extracting them from dangerous situations – and brings them back to their families. With a combination of investigative techniques and connections, street smarts and dogged manhunt experience, the “Runaway Squad” works hard to find these young adults before it’s too late.

Runaway Squad premiers tonight on A&E.