December 30, 2003
Orange County's beloved "Co
mmie Girl," Rebecca Schoenkopf, of the OC Weekly previews the coming year.

December 23, 2003
To celebrate the holiday season, Pamela Stone of Heifer International discusses the award-winning organization's good works. Heifer has helped 4 million families in 115 countries move toward self-sufficiency by giving them one of 25 types of breeding livestock for plowing power or for food and income (from milk or eggs). Families spend a year in training and agree to pass on the first female animal offspring and their own know-how to other needy families. Give generously!

The OC Weekly's Steve Lowery discusses the marketing of Christmas.

December 16, 2003
Former chief weapons inspector for the United Nations Special Commission in Iraq, Scott Ritter guests. Ritter is the author of Frontier Justice and War on Iraq: What Team Bush Doesn't Want You to Know.

"The firestorm of anti-US resistance in Iraq continues to expand - and risks growing out of control - because of the void of viable solutions. Unless measures are taken that recognize that the tattered Hussein regime remains a viable force, and unless actions are formulated accordingly, the conflict in Iraq risks consuming the US in a struggle in which there may be no prospect of a clear-cut victory and an increasing possibility of defeat."
Scott Ritter
The Christian Science Monitor
November 10, 2003

December 9, 2003
If you watch Fox News you're misguided.

Mike and Nathan interview Peter Hart, author of The Oh Really? Factor about Hannity and Colmes, Bill O'Reilly and all the other talking head meat puppets at Rupert Murdoch's Television Network.

Hart co-hosts and produces the Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting (FAIR) radio show CounterSpin.

December 2, 2003
Democratic Presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich lays out his vision for America.

For a chance at becoming Dennis Kucinich's First lady, visit

November 25, 2003
No show.

November 18, 2003
Ronald Reagan Remembered.

Since CBS backed-off on their 2 part mini-series The Reagans, Kaspar and Callahan dedicate this show to the man who brought us $640 Pentagon toilets seats, ketchup as a vegetable, union busting, firing striking air traffic controllers, Iran-Contra, selling arms to terrorist nations, trading arms for hostages, retreating from terrorists in Beirut, lying to Congress, financing an illegal war in Nicaragua, visiting Bitburg cemetery, a cozy relationship with Saddam Hussein, shredding documents, Ed Meese, Fawn Hall, Oliver North, James Watt, apartheid apologia, the savings and loan scandal, voodoo economics, record budget deficits, double digit unemployment, farm bankruptcies, trade deficits, astrologers in the White House, Star Wars and influence peddling.

For a copy of a script to The Reagans visit Slate.

November 11, 2003
Orange County Superior Court Judge Jim Gray discusses his book "Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed," and his work to combat the illegal drug problem in America.

As Gray says, "The War on Drugs has been the biggest cause of the loss of our civil liberties in the history of our country."

"By 'demonizing' or dehumanizing people who use and abuse drugs, we have been able to perpetuate this failed system."

Judge Gray will announce his candidacy for U.S. Senate in front of Santa Ana, California's Old Court House on Wednesday, November 19, 2003.

Orange County Superior Court Judge Jim Gray:
Phone 1-888-JUDGEJIM

November 4, 2003
Green Party California Senate candidate Medea Benjamin, talks about her work with Code Pink, Iraq Occupation Watch and Global Exchange/United for Peace and Justice.

October 28, 2003
Rick Eiden, president of the Orange County Central Labor Council discusses the Southern California Grocer's Strike and the implications of Wal-Mart.

The United Food and Commercial Workers Local 324 website provides negotiation news and emergency strike fund information.

See John Ashcroft sing "Let the Eagle Soar."

The Dennis Miller Talking Action Figure.

October 21, 2003
Technical difficulties. Transmitter down.

October 14, 2003
Orange County's beloved "Commie Girl," Rebecca Schoenkopf, of the OC Weekly chats up
George Bush's Joint, Rush Limbaugh's Hillbilly Heroin and Tommy Chong's Bongs. Everyone agrees that Attorney General John Ashcroft is truly demented, as evident in this clip of him singing his self-penned ballad "Let the Eagle Soar."


Ten lucky listeners will receive an official John Holmes 13 1/2" "Big Boy Ruler."

October 7, 2003
Tina Tessina, Ph.D.,Marriage and Family Therapist and author of It Ends With You: Grow Up and Out of Disfunction discusses Arnold Schwarzenegger’s love life. 

Tina B. Tessina, Ph.D.
P.O. Box 4883
Long Beach, CA 90804-4883
(562) 438-8077

September 30, 2003
On the inaugural show, guest Dwight Smith of The Catholic Worker defines the value of human capitol. The Catholic Worker feeds and shelters hundreds of homeless every week purely on volunteer assistance. If you would like to help, contact Dwight at:

The Catholic Worker
316 S. Cypress
Santa Ana, CA

(714) 558-7478




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