Our American Stories with Lee Habeeb

MONDAY – FRIDAY 7PM – 9PM

Our American Stories is about the American people and our stories; stories about who we are, how we got here, and where we are going. Positive stories that inspire all of us.
 
Our American Stories tell the stories of innovators in the arts, sports, business and education, along with technology, science and the military. Listeners will hear stories of business leaders big and small, of what people of faith do in the public square, of leadership in sports and in your family, and the celebration of hard work and risk-taking, all presented in a nonpartisan manner. Launch on 2016, Our American Stories is heard across the U.S on over 100 radio stations.
 
Host Lee Habeeb is an accomplished writer, radio host and executive producer of some of the most successful radio programs in America. Lee helped to launch The Laura Ingraham Show, and is now the Executive Director of Content for Salem Radio Network. Lee lives in Oxford, Mississippi with his wife Valerie and daughter Reagan.
The big business of housing immigrant children

The big business of housing immigrant children

By Drew Griffin CNN Investigations As Juan Sanchez tells it, he spent years as the underpaid leader of the non-profit that is now providing housing to migrant children who were recently separated from their parents. His salary at Southwest Key Programs Inc. was low, he said, and there was no health insurance or retirement plan.…Continue Reading

Border crisis blown out of proportion, says Border agent

The people arrested for illegally crossing the southern U.S. border are only about half the story. The other half are getting through, says Chris Cabrera, Border Patrol agent and spokesman for the National Border Patrol Council. “I would put the number at 40 percent apprehension rate. I know the Border Patrol has come out as…Continue Reading

Rescued obese cat settles into new digs

Chubbs the cat has been rescued from the streets of Altadena. Yvette Viola and her husband rescued the 29-pound kitty and took him into their home.  The formerly homeless Himalayan replaces their 23 pound cat, who recently passed away. ”When I saw the news report about him last week a friend of mine sent me…Continue Reading