Ken and Mike

Ken & Mike's First Take


Wednesday, January 28, 201501/28/2015

1/28/15 First Take

On today’s post-snowpacalypse First Take, Ken and Mike discuss the Snow-mageddon, the recent murder-suicide of a Freyburg couple and yesterday’s Superbowl Media Day.


Monday, January 26, 201501/26/2015

1/26/15 First Take

On today’s first take, Ken and Arthur King are going to discuss the upcoming deadly Blizzard, more on the NFL and the Japanese hostages captured by ISIS.


Friday, January 23, 201501/23/2015

1/23/15 First Take

For this Friday’s First Take… Deflate Gate, who is telling the truth? Ken and Arthur King are determined to find out.

Also, LePage suggested eliminating the Secretary of State for a Lieutenant Governer position and House Republicans push a bill to deny Federal funding on abortion.


Thursday, January 22, 201501/22/2015

1/22/15 First Take

On this morning’s First Take, Mike rejoins Ken to discuss “De-flate Gate” and the 11/12 deflated footballs used in the Championship game against the Colts, Michael Brennen delivers a “State of the City” address for Portland and in Ferguson… Darren Wilson will not be accused of Federal Civil Rights crime due to lack of evidence.


Wednesday, January 21, 201501/21/2015

1/21/15 First Take

On this Wednesday’s First Take, Ken and Matt Gagnon talk about yesterday’s State of the Union Address, the Patriot’s “Deflate-Gate” scandal and a Canadian Scrap Metal company is barred from purchasing the Verso Bucksport paper mill due to Anti-Trust issues.


Tuesday, January 20, 201501/20/2015

1/20/15 First Take

On this Tuesday’s edition of First Take, Ken and Arthur discuss The President’s State of the Union address, the Patriots being suspect of cheating and Japanese prisoners being held for ransom by ISIS.


Monday, January 19, 201501/19/2015

1/19/15 First Take

On today’s first take Ken and his guest Arthur King discuss Martin Luther King Day, the fate of the Verso Mill in Bucksport and the NFL games.


Friday, January 16, 201501/16/2015

1/16/15 First Take

On today’s First Take, Ken and Mike talk about yesterday’s terrorism raid in Belgium, LePage’s $2 Million budget and Duke University rescinds its plans to allow Muslim prayer for the chapel.


Thursday, January 15, 201501/15/2015

1/15/15 First Take

On today’s First Take, Ken and Mike talk about a young computer “nerd” who sought to join ISIS, Governor LePage flips on the community college system and top ranking U.S. secret service officials are let go because of recent security lapses.


Wednesday, January 14, 201501/14/2015

1/14/15 First Take

On today’s first take Mike and his guest, Dennis discuss the topics of the day such as the plot to kill the Speaker of the House and the new sold-out Charlie Hebdo cartoon.

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