Skip to comments.TERRY ANDERSON SHOW: best anti-illegal invasion show on the air - tonight'S guest is George Putnam
Posted on 04/09/2006 8:01:28 PM PDT by doug from upland
THE TERRY ANDERSON SHOW is the best anti-illegal invasion show on the air. Terry tells it like it is. Veteran broadcaster George Putnam has been warning us about this for almost three decades but not enough politicians paid attention. TIME: 9pm Pacific PLACE: LISTEN ONLINE or listen to 870am in the Los Angeles area. Tune in and make comments. Call in: (866) 870-5752
TIME: 9pm Pacific
PLACE: LISTEN ONLINE or listen to 870am in the Los Angeles area.
Tune in and make comments. Call in: (866) 870-5752
How old is George Putnam now, crimony I am 58 and remember him on the news in Los Angeles when I was a kid.I think he is right on. The invasion has started and America was asleep!
Here's to a better and stronger America. See you at 10. See you then.
I think he started back in the 50's. Unfortunately (fortunately, actually), I can remember back that far. Early t.v. KTLA comes to mind.
Yeah, as i recall he also rode a Palomino horse every year in the Rose Parade. Certainly a Reaganesque figure in conservative news commentators.
It may have been KTTV. Channel 11 in those days. Have no idea what network if any it is now.
I also understand Stan Chambers at KTLA is still on the air. Geeze these guys are dinosaurs from another time.LOL!
OMGG George Putnam still alive DOUG I remember when he was on old school radio station KIEV Remember I do remember him riding his horse in Rose Parade
He was only dude that called President Reagan Ronnie LOL! when he was in office LOL!
I'm pretty sure Stan Chambers died in the last few years.
You know who still around Vin Scully he still do Dodger broadcast how old is ole Vinnie 100 LOL!
Whoops. Sorry, Stan. Apparently Stan is still with us. About what KTLA broadcaster am I thinking?
You could be right, KTTV, channel 11. I miss Dr. George and Johnny Mountain. In Arizona, we have Royal Norman and he's no fun at all.
Weird... I remember his face from photo on the links' page, but not the name. Maybe he just reminds me of Paul Harvey (not a bad thing). But then, I'm only 41.
Larry McCormick is the one who died.
Oh, and I will listen. Thanks for the link :)
The more pressure we keep on Mexico, immigration-wise, the more reformers
inside of Mexico can be emboldened and empowered to scale back monopolists'
abuses down there which keep our own country flooded with economic refugees.
Here's an interesting new thread on new legal reform progress that finally
emerged in Mexico I think as a result of immigration reform's failure:
We can make a difference for our sake, and their's as well. Isn't it the
neighborly thing to do?
I think Vin Scully came from Brooklyn with the Dodgers. Geez he has to be 90.You don't suppose he dyes that red hair?LOL!
Are you sure Vin Scully is still alive? My mother loved him. She even took her transistor radio to Dodger games to listen to him.
Vin Scully is simply the best ever. Chick Hearn was the best in basketball.
NOOO Doug Stan still around LOL! I saw him other day on KTLA Evening news he still around one that died recently was that African American newsguy does weekend on KTLA he died couple years ago can't think of his name
Hal Fishman still around
Well, I haven't watched TV news for years. Keep me posted on who is still with us. :)