Mark Naymik from Cleveland.com Featured on America’s Work Force Radio

Mark Naymik, political columnist for Cleveland.com with featured works in the Plain Dealer, was one of two featured guests on America’s Work Force Radio.

Mark Naymik On Oct. 24, Mark Naymik made an appearance on America’s Work Force Radio to discuss the controversy surrounding Ken Johnson and his monthly reimbursement payments of $1,200. Johnson has undefined expenses and is being reimbursed $1,200 every month and no one is questioning why. Naymik also talks about the political landscape in Ohio with the governor race and the senate race.

International Brotherhood of Teamsters Tyler LongpineThe second featured guest to appear on the show was Tyler Longpine, Political Director with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. While on the show, Longpine discusses the upcoming election, voter suppression, and what is at stake for working families. He goes on to talk about retirement security, social security, and union pensions.

Show host Ed “Flash” Ferenc talks about the “mystery tax cut” and what he thinks the Republicans end game with it is, the Freedom Foundation being anti-worker, and a scam tracker to report any contact received by anti-union groups.


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