Skip to comments.The John Batchelor Show Sunday June 22nd , 2008
Posted on 06/22/2008 1:08:55 PM PDT by Perdogg
The John Batchelor Show Sunday June 22nd , 2008
Listenlive from 7pm 10pm ET (4pm 7pm PT) on WABC AM 770 New York City
10pm 1am ET (7pm 10pm PT) on KFI AM 640 Los Angeles
If you missed last week show, listen on John Batchelor On-Demand Podcast
705P ET: Brooke Goldstein, Middle East Forum, filmmaker, "Making of a Martyr."
720P: Clive Thompson NYT Magazine.
735P: Roundtable Jake Schlesinger WSJ re Obama landslide victory indicated in the Ohio and Pa. polls. Also re Nuke McCain, oil drilling flip flop McCan, re Nafta-gate and Obama. 750P: Continued.
805P: Malcolm Hoenlein and hudna with Hamas will last how many rockets? Re Hollywood style global media release of the IAF exercise of air strike against unknown enemy staged over the Mediterranean.
820P: Lou Ann Hammond carlist.com re America goes light on the gas, the long-term effects of $4 are here now.
835P: Matthew Green FT re Nigeria's new government challenges off-shore drilling contracts awarded by former President Obasanjos government. Also, fresh attacks against the Delta fields crimps the oil market again.
850P: August Cole WSJ re the epic length Air Force tanker contract dispute and the McCain campaign.
905P: Fiona Harvey FT re US government discovers carbon trading and emissions controls.
920P: Stephen Power WSJ re Governor Charlie Crist of Florida, a major Vice President prospect, backs off-shore oil drilling.
935P: Arthur Herman author of the magisterial "Gandhi and Churchill."
955P: Exeunt re Mars no water yet, Iowa water plenty.
Sunday June 22 KFI in LA
705P PT: Richard Epstein, University of Chicago Law School, Hoover Institution re Obama and the Supreme Court, re Chicago Law Professor Cass Sunsteins updated article Obama: the University of Chicago Democrat.
720P: L. Gordon Crovitz WSJ Information Age columnist, "Inherently Risky Business," re the unknown unknowns of risk management.
735P: Roundtable with John Anderson author "Follow the Money" and Larry Johnson No Quarter, re Obama takes the money, re the FISA accomodation by Steny Hoyer and the House Majority: Feingold of Wisconsin called the deal "a capitulation," by his party.
805P: Roundtable with John Fund WSJ and Craig Unger Vanity Fair, re the Obamas change their minds and drop out of public financing. Re the Ne
w Republic Noam Scheiber inquiry: Is Barack Obama more or less cynical than Bill Clinton 1992?
820P: Continued. Mention that the sudden apperance at a Democratic Party governors' event on Friday of a highly derivative seal on the podium "Obama for America" has entertained everyone so far.
835P: Robert Tomsho WSJ re the Don Quixote Age and the new rise of wind power, re the prospect of wind energy from sea-based units.
850P: Ann Marlowe Weekly Standard re Afghanistan turmoil, the Taliban around Kandahar, the border dispute with Pakistans tribal areas, re NATO to the rescue?
905P: Ana Campoy WSJ re Americans take the foot off the gas at long last; the high price of low mileage; the ex-urban McMansion joins the SUV on the ashheap of consumption.
920P: Bob Zimmerman, author, Universe in a Mirror, re Hubble, re Mars Phoenix Lander and no water yet.
935P: Benjamin Wittes, Brookings and Hoover, author Law and the Long War.
955P: Exeunt re drill, drill, drill and spot oil trading
I’m here. Tanks for the ping.
Thank you for the ping Perdogg
On board, thanks for the ping
Great to have a good conservitive talkradio show host.
FR really is a fish bowl at times .... Hey Biggirl!
True, and when all your favorite conservitive talkradio show hosts are all off on Friday which makes you itch for them come Monday. It is great to have a good talkradio show host on Sunday night. Hi 50cal! Miss all your wonderful kitty pictures. =^..^=
What some Prius fan calls status symbol, you call a basic TOOL.
Very interesting show tonight!
I live in PA, and I can see an Obama landslide here...
Are you serious?
I am in San Diego and see PA cars with Boma bumper stickers
I live in Eastern PA, and we are overun with liberals around here. People really liked both Hillary and Obama during the Primary. Ed Rendell is our governor, and dead people vote in Phila. It’s unlikely McCain will have a prayer in PA...
Scary, isn’t it....
We went to San Diego two years ago and had a wonderful time. It's a beautiful place...
The Obama supporters are bad enough but the Third Party
folks who want to punish the GOP and doing their dirt here on FR to divide republicans and ensure the Obama Marxist victory.
They really think there will be a next time to vote.
They have no clue or don’t want one as to what Obama will
do to this country.
You are exactly right!
Cap & trade or carbon tax is all BS. WTH is going on with my country?
Since you were here another dozen or more high rise condo bldgs have goine up downtown along with more major high rise hotels. Have the largest ones on the west coast.
We stayed at the Emerald Plaza downtown, but I read it was bought by Westin. We went to lunch at the beautiful Coronado Hotel. What a setting...
Just east on the beach from the Hotel del Coronado,are 9 high rise condo bldgs. McCain owns 2 units in one of them.
Does McCain go there often? Didn’t a lot of Navy people retire to Coronado Island?
North Island Naval Air Base is on Coronado and
on the Eastern edge on San Diego Bay is where the
aircraft carriers are based, USS Reagan, USS Nimitz and others.
McCain’s grandfather was based there and died there.
Mitt Romney just bought a home in San Diego in the La Jolla area.
One of his sons and family also live here.
Some think he is thinking of running for Calif. gov.
The major Naval Amphibious base is also on Coronado and home of the Navy Seals.
Between the Marines and Navy, San Diego has the largest number of active and ret. military of any city.
We toured the USS Midway. I heard that an original copy of the Declaration of Independence will be there on July 4.
They have added more ventage planes and choppers.
It is the largest museum of its kind.
I live less than 3 miles where it is located.
That segment was difficult to listen to. Thank goodness that was just defeated in Congress.
That it was in several aspects. The fact that our Politicians can actually push for it and that the talking heads accept it and try to decide which one is the better.
Got to say I was disappointed in JB on that one.
It might be me, but his new program seems more anti-President Bush than before. Even his right-of-center guests, while informed, have the need to preface their statements and opinions with a disclaimer. John Fund is always a pleasure to listen to.