Welcome to The Weekend, a lighter talk show with your Saturdays in mind. Hosted by award-winning broadcaster Joe Pags, the program features a refreshing approach to American stories of all kinds, including family, social issues, pop culture, politics and playful debate.
Welcome to The Weekend, where for three hours every Saturday, you'll hear one of the best local talk show host in America go national. It's a refreshing break from traditional talk radio new and different approaches to American stories of all kinds; about family, pop-culture as well as some politics and playful debate. Facebook is where it all comes together: the radio program, its host, its producers and most importantly, you, where your voice is on equal footing with everyone else in this on-line and over-the-air radio community. Saturdays, 12-3pm Eastern/ 11a-2p Central/ 9a-12n Pacific time Call the show at 1-800-501-7080. Find the show: http://common.prndigital.com/stations/the_weekend
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Rick Martin Ignore the facts and focus on the illogical emotion
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Jerry Lewis dies at 91
Debbie Lien Kromrey My birthday is on August 31st . The Jerry Lewis Telethon was usually on the weekend around my birthday. Every year, I spent many hours watching the telethon. I was afraid to look away because I didn't want to miss one of the entertainers and I was excited to watch the amount of money raised go up on the board! I am 63 and I don't know why Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis broke up. My mom said that she thought it could be a publicity stunt. I have wonderful memories of him. Thanks for all the wonderful things you did for "Jerry's Kids." RIP Jerry. God Bless you.
John Mcilvain Colored Folk
Roderick Lehrke I met Jerry Lewis in an airport while traveling to Afghanistan in early 2009. I remember he was laid back but hilarious. I was sitting with another soldier eating a cinnamon roll from Cinnabon. I can't remember who saw him first, simply moving through the airport with one assistant, but we approached him and asked to say hi and shake his hand. He was very nice and as we headed back toward our seats, he followed. Then, sitting down next to me, Jerry Lewis started to help himself to my Cinnabon! He asked us a couple questions about who we were, cracked a couple jokes, took some pics, thanked us for our service, and, as others around realized who he was, he got up and continued on to his flight.
Glen R Loppnow Joe, you and your buddy Ted Nugent have been awful quiet after the hurricane. When are you and big shot Ted going to peel out some Benjamin's out of your pocket and help those people of Texas??? Typical Repubtards . Me me me. Open your lands up for the less fortunate. Losers
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I did a monologue today laying the blame for the unrest we're seeing today squarely on the shoulders of former president Barack Obama. Many have asked for me to post it. Here you go.
Doris Fisher Crawford You are so right Mr. Pegs. Thank you for your courage to articulate what so many of us are thinking.
Rob Benson Pag's, you rock!!!
Patrick X. John You are correct Pags !
Gloria Oldaker-Nance I have listened to Joe Pags, on the radio, for years. I believe everything he says here. It takes a few minutes to hear it all, but it is worth it. He explains a lot of things that makes sense, about Obama's part in this racism that is going on now.
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Barbara Cabler Obama could have stopped it and he chose not to!
Sharon Probst How long will you continue to blame Obama. You refuse to admit your President is a dud. You would have stuck behind Hitler had he been a Republican.
Cathi Harnage Lee Sharon, at least you know that Hitler and Nazis were on the Left!