It's Sunday night, and that means it's time for John Batchelor!
Here is his website.
The show starts at 7pm Eastern, and continues for six hours of the best radio you will find anywhere, as only John Batchelor can deliver it with his stable of experts...
And here is where you can listen to the show live online:
New York, WABC-AM 770 7-10PM ET;
Washington DC, WMAL-AM 630 7-9PM ET;
San Francisco, KSFO-AM 560;
Los Angeles,KFI-AM 640;
Schedule for Tonight: (all six hours are on the same link now)
The first two hours are below to whet your appetite:
War on Mumbai Special.
705P ET: Victor Davis Hanson, Hoover Institution, re the guerilla attack on Mumbai beginning Wednesday 26 at approximately 2100 hours Mumbai time; the evidence so far pointing to multiple sources for the attackers, who may have been trained at ISI run camps near Peshawar and Lahore: attackers may include Britons, Pakistanis, Kashmiris, Heyderabad Indians, possibly East Africans from Mauritius: evidence also points to long planing for the operation that was launched from sea to land-based safe houses. Multiple dry runs beforehand. The attack resembles the spectacular planned by Chechen guerillas against the G8 meeting at Petersburg in July 2008. Re the evidence of fastitdious planning and accurate intelligence by attackers. Re the US posture toward Al Qaeda's capabilities and aims. Re TV coverage from global financial center on CNN network is the WMD, the force multiplier. Re the pogrom at Nariman House.
720P: Joe Barrett, Wall Street Journal, re the cotton crop and the financial crisis, re the worldwide commodities sell-off and the blow to farmers, re the strategy to survive the credit drought for farm supplies.
735P: Professional Roundtable with Mona Charen, NRO, Vaughn Verver and John Fund, Wall Street Journal; re the attack on Mumbai, reported to the panel by Bill Roggio, Long War Journal, re what does Mumbai mean for the Obama transition, re the Wsj editorial board cheering the decision to continue Robert Gates, DoD, and to name Jim Jones, retired Marine general, to NSA.
750P: Continued re the Franken/ Coleman recount.
805P: Larry Kudlow, CNBC "Kudlow & Company," re the strong dollar/low tax strategy recommended by Nobelist Robert Mundell, re the need for a corporate tax holiday for one year to geerate business, re the need to link the dollar to the yuan at 6.8, to put a floor under the Euro at $1.25, the the unknown President-Elect Obama tax plans, re the conservative Keynesian Paul Volcker.
820P: Malcolm Hoenlein, Conference of Presidents Major Jewish Organizations, re the attack on the Lubavitcher settlement at Nariman House, Coloba in South Mumbai, re the murder of the rabbi, his wife, Gabriel and Rivka Hertzberg, and others after the hostage stand-off, re the pogrom.
835P: Financial Professionals, with John Tamny, RealClearMarkets.com, Simon Constable, Dow Jones, Aaron Task, Yahoo Finance, re the Citi bailout and market confidence, re the auto bailout and the Obama administration, re this is Obama's stock market, re the dollar-a-year men return.
850P: Continued, re the attack on Mumbai as a financial center, re the global downturn in India and China.