Frank and Byron head back to their hometown roots of Mobile, AL to cover the upcoming mayoral election on August 22nd. Sam Jones supporter, Tim Hale, Jr. joins the show to discuss the campaign from the Jones campaign viewpoint and shares his views on the current mayor. In the second interview Diversity Outreach Director for Mayor Stimpson's reelection campaign, Erica Cooley joins the show to discuss her role in the campaign and address some of the rhetoric used on social media as the campaign has gotten more intense.

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District 3's very own Leola Chaney joins the show to discuss her upcoming run for councilwoman and her vision for Mobile going forward. Byron questions the Republicans after another healthcare failure and has an interesting take on R. Kelly's recent antics. Frank talks about O.J. and why Michael Vick's comments about Kaepernick aren't the real issue.

 

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Amy McCoy, of My Home Town Realty Group, joins the show to discuss the ups and downs of the real estate market and how buyers and sellers can mitigate the damage that happens when the housing bubble bursts yet again. Byron is BIG mad at BET for their performance lineups and Frank weighs in Stevie Wonder's controversial comments about Black Lives Matter.

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Professor Yonina Robinson, proud alumni of Texas Christian University and John L. Leflore High School, joins the show to talk about masturbatory education practices, drag queens, and being a great communicator. Byron and Frank weigh in on the testimony of James Comey and Frank talks about the the potential impact increased terrorism could have on flying in the future. Byron also shares his thoughts on Bill Mahr's use of the N word and if he should be given a pass because of his political stance.

 

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For the second time in show history Senator Tim Scott joins the show to discuss health care, racial profiling, and why Betsy Devos shouldn't bear the brunt of the criticism when it comes to education reform. Byron questions Vice President Mike Pence's new PAC and Frank thinks you should still watch the Cosby show even if Bill Cosby is guilty of his accused crimes.

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Dr. Tiffany Pierce, of Oh So You Life Coaching, joins the show to discuss being a life coach and what it looks like when you're living out God's purpose in your life. Byron and Frank discuss the recent shake up by Andy Lack at MSNBC and both hosts ponder the plight of the black middle class moving forward.

 

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Entertaining Money founder, Sam Boggan, joins the show to discuss the value of precious metals, bitcoins, and why most Americans are not prepared for an economic collapse. Byron explores the political activism of Craig Hodges and how it adversely affected his NBA career. Frank weighs in on the incredible story of Henrietta Lacks and both hosts discuss the new GOP health bill that is now in the Senate.

 

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Author, educator, and activist ZaZa Ali joins the show to talk about her new book, educating future generations, and why the message of Black Lives Matter is misguided. Frank discusses why abortions will never go away and Byron questions if Richard Spencer should be allowed to spew his mesaage of white supremacy on college campuses.

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Byron and Frank weigh in on the crisis in Syria and what the ramifications could be if the United States becomes involved in the conflict. Pepsi releases a commercial that marginalizes political protests and Frank weighs in on the fall out for the company going forward. Byron questions the future of Bill O'Reilly on Fox and talks about the recusal of House Intel Chair, Devin Nunes.

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Late Gate Radio founder, Montraze Slater, joins the show and discusses his passion for music, staying focused, and his future vision for Late Gate Radio. Byron ponders if Dave Chappelle went too far in his latest stand up and takes a surprising stance on Bill O'Reily's comments about congresswoman Maxine Waters. Frank talks about the missing girl situation in DC and how reports of missing children should be handled, regardless of race. 

 

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