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Guest - Doug Smith, Ph.D-Washtenaw Watchdogs; MI Political History @11AM ET

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Welcome to Independent Underground Radio LIVE - MICHIGAN'S TOP POLITICO PODCAST - Aired each Tuesday & Thursday @ 11am ET.

On The Program:

-Owner of Washtenaw Watchdogs and Chief Watchdog - Doug Smith, Ph.D kicks off Black History Month with a story on President Gerald Ford friendship with the second African-American player to earn a Varsity Letter in University of Michigan Football, Willis Ward. Ward, a Republican, served Chairman of Michigan Public Service Commission from 1966-1973 and was a former Wayne County Probate Judge.

-It's Campaign Season in Michigan and the two Gubernatorial candidates for State Governor, Rick Snyder (R) and Mark Schauer (D) kicked off their respective marketing campaigns. We will evaluate the ads, discuss truth v.s. fiction and define what Schauer needs to do, to win in 2014.

-In a What the Corporate Media Refuse to Touch Segment: We'll discuss the fight to retain Pension benefits for public sector employees. Why recent wins in San Jose, CA and Little Rock, AR need to spread across the nation!

Independent Underground Radio LIVE FEATURED FOUR YEAR ON BTR -Progressive Talk Radio- podcast based out of Ann Arbor covering Michigan and National Politics, breaking news and more. As Michigan's Top Politico podcast, IU Radio LIVE had over 200K podcast downloads in 2013 alone!

Host Monica RW is an owner/writer for the popular Independent Underground News website, media consultant for ROJS Media LLC, a experienced grassroots and elected local political leader, and brings her researched Independent opinions to the political issues of the day.

Call into the show with your thoughts and opinions at 347-934-0185 or tweet us @IUNewsTalk.

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