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On Monday April 6, 2020 during a press conference on the Coronavirus Donald Trump called ABC News chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl a “third-rate reporter” and a “disgrace” while throwing a tantrum over an Inspector General’s report that said many American...read more
Workers are now being labeled “essential” because now, under the threat of global pandemic and death we are seeing that all jobs matter. Every job is worthy of dignity and respect. Here at The Rick Smith Show we have been called for better wages, hours,...read more
On Friday April 3, 2020 Democratic Coalition Co-Founder Scott Dworkin joined us on the Rick Smith Show to talk about the Trump administration’s response the Coronavirus and to talk about why November 2020 is such an important moment in US history. Take a look or...read more
Let me take you back to Labor Day 2005 when a handful of passionate volunteers, still angry over the questionable election, and re-election of an unpopular George W. Bush launched the first iteration of The Rick Smith Show, United for Progress. Our goal was, and...read more
Progressive Voices to air The Rick Smith Show. Starting Tuesday, January 16th hour 1 of The Rick Smith Show will be heard on the Progressive Voices APP and platform. This is huge news for the show as we continue to grow nationally after breaking free of a long six...read more
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About The Show
In 2005, The Rick Smith Show stepped into a local radio world devoid of progressive talk. Rick took his straight shooting no nonsense Teamster outlook to the air and started mixing it up with conservatives from one of the reddest areas north of the Mason Dixon line. His show grew steadily, attracting listeners starved for a voice that spoke to working stiffs who felt the economic floor crumbling beneath them.