Bill Cunningham -- 3/24/23

Bill Cunningham -- 3/23/23

Happy Thursday! Bill is fired up and ready to go. Bringing you the latest on the Trump verdict and Cincinnati Public Schools. Tune in!

The Bill Cunningham Show -- 3/22/23

Willie sits in to get you caught up on everything going on around the world, politics, and more! Tune

3-21-23 Bill Cunningham Show

Willie discusses the pending Donald Trump indictment with Robert Sherman, national politics with Michael McDonald of the Catholic League, and Willie and Seg welcome in two female state wrestling champions on the Stooge Report.

3-20-23 Bill Cunningham Show

Willie breaks down a busy weekend of sports with Mo Egger, the political attacks by the left on the right with David Yost, and Jennifer Braceras debates with Willie if we should pass the EPA.

Live on Sunday Night with Bill Cunningham 3/19/2023

Trump is expecting to be arrested Tuesday and Willie explains the flaws with the case. If he is arrested....Trump will win the presidency in 2024. Willie's guests include Gaberial Nagales, Kevin Jackson and Jennifer Braceras.

3-16-23 Bill Cunningham Show

Willie discusses the incident at Joe Mixon's house, the defense strategy with James Bogan, and the actual charges with Hamilton County Prosecutor Melissa Powers. Also the NCAA tournament is underway, and some state champs join the stooge.

3-16-23 Willie with Melissa Powers

Willie discusses the charges filed against those in the Joe Mixon house following an Anderson Township shooting with Hamilton County Prosecutor Melissa Powers.

3-15-23 Bill Cunningham Show

Willie previews the NCAA Tournament and the NIT with Mo Egger, discusses national politics with Kevin Jackson of the Black Sphere, and why conservative speakers are having issues on college campuses with former ANTIFA member Gabriel Nadales.

3-14-23 Bill Cunningham Show

Willie discusses keeping the Reds healthy this year with Dr. Tim Kremchek, preventing the left from legalizing abortion in Ohio with Elizabeth Whitmarsh from Ohio Right to Life, and should Xavier allow Joe Deters to speak on campus?