Holidays And New Years This Morning On InTheRightMind

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December 29, 2012-

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This week on InTheRightMind on Sunny 101.9 WKQS the show was a little more laid back as holiday music was played and talks about the holidays were the topic this morning.

Christmas and New Years

It was a good Christmas for Dan as he had family all the family in town.  The songs included were Upper Peninsula Winter, Snow Is Falling, Christmas U.P.  Some songs took a more Christmas with a bit of a political leaning like Happy Liberal Christas, Right To Work Christmas and also some were more goofy like That’s A Christmas!  Finally the last song was the New Year Song that Dan recorded in Nashville wishing everyone a good new year.

Right To Work Recap In Michigan

There was also a small recap on the Right To Work law that was passed in Michigan.  The law in a nutshell is that you don’t have to be forced to join any union at any place of employment.

The law was passed recently after the election in November.  Governor Snyder had not planned on working on this issue but felt that after the unions tried to pass a proposal to gain more power that the law should be worked on then.

Next Week!

Next week getting back into the topics of the world with gun control up next!

 

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One Response to Holidays And New Years This Morning On InTheRightMind

  1. Please go to this web site and vote often for my jingle…

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    Dan Adamini
    January 4, 2013 at 12:26 pm

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