Meet our award-winning Executive Editor
Mike Killbreath is a veteran newspaper man who began hosting a radio show in 2009. He currently serves as Executive Editor at The Daily Gazette while hosting "The Morning Gazette Radio Show" on the local radio air waves live every weekday morning from 8 am until 9 am. He will be seen soon on more than 180,000 TV screens and via the digital signal at myCCN.TV with "The Morning Gazette TV Edition" that will air during the hour before taking your calls on the radio show. Mike's background includes winning awards at the state and national levels for investigative reporting, local columns, feature writing, sports writing and sports columns. He has also served as President at the Flint Area Chamber of Commerce since 2011 and has served on its Executive Board since mid-2010.
The Daily Gazette
Posted October 28, 2016
Reflecting on nonsense out of FBI Director James Comey's office
In taking note of the latest nonsense emanating ftom the office of FBI Director, James Comey, it becomes even more clear that blacks are not the only ones, in this country, who have to let go of their chains, which bind them to their rulers, but whites, too, who are more diversified in their selection of the chains that bind them to their political rulers in this country. Click Here to Read More
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Posted November 21, 2016
Detroit Pistons need to send a message to VanGundy's kind to leave politics out of sports; Bad coaching demands firing anyway
AUBURN HILLS — A friend offered me four free tickets and a free parking pass to see the Detroit Pistons tonight. That's the only way I would go without utilizing my press pass privileges to get in for free.
Consider me on strike against the Pistons until owner Tom Gores fires Stan VanGundy as his general manager and head coach. Click Here to Read More
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Posted October 27, 2016
An Intruder on the Wall of Separation
WASHINGTON — Many of those who seek to drive expressions of faith from the public square cite Thomas Jefferson's 1802 letter to the Danbury, Connecticut Baptist Association in which he referenced the First Amendment's "wall of separation between Church & State." Faith, they claim, should contain itself within the four walls of the church and stay separated from the rest of society. The First Amendment, however, sought the opposite, to keep government from intruding upon the church. And never more than now has such protection been needed. From the IRS to states' attorneys general, real life examples of government intrusion into the church are not lacking. Click Here to Read More
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