Thursday, February 6, 2014

"Shock jock" Slater vs. mayoral candidate Alvarez; Bill Cunningham admits hatespeech=revenues

In this episode, KFMB AM's exuberant know-nothing Mike Slater gets his feelings hurt when San Diego mayoral candidate David Alvarez rejects him as a debate moderator and calls him a "shock jock." So Slater lashes out at Alvarez, calling him a liar on air, saying Alvarez is in a "dream world" and "refuses to let reality get in the way" like "so many on the left."
The Cyber Lady Robot of Truth debates Roger Hedgecock on Obamacare job effects.
Then the syndicated venom of unsavory Ohioan Bill Cunningham gets a good going over--from his battles with moderate Republican John McCain to his insane lies (Obama "wants to gas the Jews") and hatespeech ("a typical black father, right after the birth, he left the baby. That's what black fathers do, they simply leave").
In the middle we have part two of our interview with talk radio expert Michael Harrison of he affably rejects the premise of Local Media Monitor!
The song break is "Warship" by San Diego band Big Sid and the Wiggle.
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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Guilty consciences? KFMB's Winterble freaks out, Rush Limbaugh says Obama's SOTU was designed to shame. + Interview with Michael Harrison,

Guilty consciences on display: First KFMB's substitute preacher Brett Winterble's manic monologue after yet another school shooting in Colorado where he somehow blames climate change education for the killing, says Christians are persecuted in US schools and the solution to the North Korean dictatorship would have been more guns. For good measure, Winterble comes out in favor of income inequality (citing the Soviet Union) and in favor of the existence of poor people (because Jesus). The other guilty conscience belongs to Rush Limbaugh, who feels that Obama brought a wounded Iraq war vet to the State of the Union speech with the intention of making pro-war people feel ashamed. In the middle we have part one of an interview with radio veteran Michael Harrison of Talkers magazine telling us about his career from San Diego's KPRI in the 1970s to running the leading trade journal in the field of talk radio.

Full episode:

Michael Harrison interview, part 1:

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