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Greg Bishop wakes you up every morning with liberty-minded talk you won’t find anywhere else in central Illinois. With listener calls and news making guests, Bishop takes on the issues impacting you in your backyard, across the state and around the world thought the liberty perspective.

Bishop is also a Radio Reporter for the Illinois News Network covering statehouse issues.

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Springfield IL Exposed… Exposed — Bishop On Air

Defacto executive editor and administrator of Springfield IL Exposed, Randy Trams, joins Bishop from the Presidential Library to talk about his operation and the ongoing battle of freedom of information with local law enforcement.

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Alderman Andrew Proctor’s “No” Votes — Bishop On Air

Bishop talks with Springfield Ward 5 Alderman Andrew Proctor about a couple of his recent “no” votes on the rate restructuring for CWLP and annexation of several dozen acres of land.

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Full Disclosure — Bishop On Air

Andy Shaw from the Better Government Association joins Bishop On Air for Full Disclosure to talk about the current state of the state

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Former convict making eyeglasses — Bishop On Air

Bishop talks with Steven Crowley about his time in prison for murder and how he turned in life around to become a manager of a lab that makes eyeglasses

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Are teacher strikes good for students? — Bishop On Air

Should teachers be allowed to strike and how are teacher strikes “good for the kids” as unions contend — these are just a few of the questions Bishop asks callers while McHenry School District 156 continues their

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  • Ann Wilhite

    I called in this morning when you were talking about an ordinance for sub-letting leases on Lake Springfield. I said that the city had the right to control the watershed, since it was the main water source for the city. You said you’d grown up in Litchfield and had lots of fun parties on Lake Litchfield. I’d grown up in Carlinville (which has 2 lakes) and they now think the 2 lakes are unsuitable for drinking since they’d added a large park, new construction, etc. All these things impair the watershed since they reduce ground cover and they don’t let the rain water soak through dirt.
    I found out that Lake Litchfield USED to be the water source for Litchfield, but “improvements” like impervious surfacing can ruin the lake for drinking since the natural processes cannot occur. Lake Lou Yaeger is now the drinking water source for Litchfield.
    I’m saying that over time “improvements” can ruin lakes, which are expensive to make and maintain.