• Feedback with Mike Faust

    Feedback is an interactive call-in talk show that’s hosted by “Mighty” Mike Faust. The topics include: politics, national & state news, local happenings & events, property tax reform, current event news items, gardening, home-remedies, and anything that is of interest to the callers. If it affects your life, chances are we’re talking about it on Feedback.

    Callers get four minutes no more than five to make their point. We have guests from time to time on different topics. We also take the show on the road where callers get to interact with the host and his guests. They also get a chance to win a prize from the WEEU goodie bag.

    If you have an opinion on something and you want to talk about it, pick up your phone and give us a call!

    The contact numbers are (610) 374-8800 or toll-free 1-800-323-8800.

    Latest Posts from Feedback

    WEEU Steve Moyer Subaru Shake Dance 4/17

    On Wednesday, April 17th we’ll be broadcasting live at Steve Moyer Subaru on Route 61 in Leesport. At 11am we’re going to film the first-ever WEEU Steve Moyer Subaru Shake … Read more >>>

    Should gay marriage be recognized in the United States?

    U.S. Supreme Court Justices will consider whether the Constitution protects a right to gay marriage, and if so, under what circumstances, in the context of California’s Proposition 8, which bans … Read more >>>

    Should our State Legislature vote to eliminate school property taxes?

    In a couple of weeks two new bills are expected to be introduced in Harrisburg that would totally eliminate our school property taxes: House Bill 76 & Senate Bill 76. … Read more >>>

    Should the U.S. Mint continue to make the one-cent piece?

    We discussed this age-old question this week on Feedback: Does it make sense for the Government to spend almost 2.5 cents to make a single penny? Canada phased out their … Read more >>>

    State Store Privatization Plans in Pennsylvania

    This week on Feedback the phone lines were open to get your reaction to Governor Tom Corbett’s plan to privatize the state liquor stores and change the way residents of … Read more >>>