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Sunday, March 22, 2009

John Batchelor Show 03-22-2009

**I'm sick, so no more posting from me until tomorrow...









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;

And here is where you can find the podcasts of the show: the first three hours, and the last three hours.

Schedule for Tonight: (all six hours are on the same link now)

The first two hours are below to whet your appetite:

Hoover Institution Special, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California  

705P Eastern Time: Victor Davis Hanson, Hoover Institution, re Yes, We Can If They Did It and We Are Liked Now 

720PGordon Chang, Forbes.com, Thomas Henriksen, Hoover Institution, re 

North Korea detains two US journalists.  (right)

735P: Professional Roundtable,  Mona Charen, NRO,Tunku Varadarajan, Hoover Institution, James Taranto, Wall Street Journal, Dodd draws fire for tortured tale  House approves 90 percent AIG tax

750P:  Continued  Obama apologizes for remark  Palin slams 'Special Olympics' remark

805P:  Detroit Roundtable, Thaddeus McCotter, 11th Michigan, John Stoll, Wall Street Journal, John Fund, Wall Street Journal, re U.S. Throws Aid to Auto Suppliers

820P:  Continued Detroit Roundtable:  The federal government will announce as soon as Monday a three-pronged plan to rid the financial system of toxic assets, betting that investors will be attracted to the combination of discount prices and government assistance. The framework, designed to expand existing programs and create new mechanisms, relies heavily on participation from private-sector investors.  

835: Financial Roundtable, Jodi Schneider, CQ,   Simon Constable, Dow Jones,  Aaron Task, Yahoo Finance,  John McCain has out-mavericked himself again, telling the Financial Times that critics (including his colleague Johnny Isakson, R-Ga.) should give Geithner some time to do his job.  Off With the (AIG) Bankers' Heads - Simon Johnson & James Kwak, NYT

850P: Continued   Let's Put Down The Pitchforks - Steven Pearlstein, Washington Post


905P:  Henry Miller, Hoover Institution, Golden Rice is a two decade old breakthrough GM product that offers Vitamin A to the deprived and starving of the Earth, yet it is restricted from the continents that need it most by political savvy cultists.  Why?

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