Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Sunday March 23, 2008


705P: Larry Kudlow r Bush interview on stimulus package, re Bear failure, re markets

720P: Tomas Goetz NYT terminally ill social networking

735P: Malcolm re Cheney visit

750P: Bob Zimmerman, re Arthur Clarke, re ISS

805P: Dan Henninger WSJ re David Mamet

820P: Gordon Fairclough WSJ Shanghai re Tibet

835P: Neil MacDonald FT Belgrade re trouble in Kosovo

850P: Ben Ehrenreich NYT re war resisters in Canada

905P: Natasha Korecki Chicago SunTimes re Rezko trial

920P: Matthew Green FT Nigeria re energy stability

935P: John Ratey SPARK, re the new science of the brain and athletics

955P: Jim McTague Barron's Magazine re the Fed and banking credit


1005P: TASHI WANGDI HH Tibet Rep to Americas re Tibet repression, ethnic cleansing

1020P: Jim McTague Barron's re the Fed and the dollar

1035P: Roundtable Craig Unger Vanity Fair and ask Laura Meckler WSJ re Obama vs Clinton

1050P: Unger and Meckler continued re John McCain

1105P: Roundtable John WSJ and Monica Crowley McLaughling Group re Obama, re Clinton

1120P: Fund and Crowley continued re Dem disunion and the general election

1135P: Amy Yee FT Delhi re Tibet protests India

1150P: Lou Ann Hammond re EPA vs California

1205A: James Areddy WSJ re Tibet

1220A: Parris Chang Taipei re Taiwan elections

1235A: Craig Karmi WSJ "Biography of the Dollar" re the Forex, the BEP.

1255: Envoi re repression in Tibet, intel from B. Raman

Monday, March 17, 2008

Sunday, March 16, 2008

WABC-AM 770 New York City, 7P to 10 P Eastern Time.

705PM ET: Aaron Task Yahoo Techi Ticker re Bear Sterns fire sale.

720P: Charlie Gasparino CNBC re Bear, Sterns firesale, re Spitzer collapse and Gasparino's book, "King of Clubs<' re the Spitzer-Grasso feud. Will Grasso suit be dismissed?

735P: Daniel Junge director of IRON LADIES on PBS Friday 21, re Liberia and President Ellen Sirleaf-Johnson's first year in office.

750P: Rachel Kapochunas CQ re Florida and Michigan Democraic primaries, re-vote?

805P: Malcolm Hoenlein, Conference of President, re IRGC ops in Latib America, re Cheney pending visit to Israel, re Abbas fals promises regard negotiations, re the Assads opf Damascus

820P: Michael Vlahos of Johns Hokins re Petareus surge one year after, expedianet co-optation.

835P: Jim McTague Baron's Magazine re Bear, Sterns, re Fed, re Fannie Mae solvency, re dollar

850P: Paul Collier of Oxford, author "The Bottom Billion." Commenst on Liberia, Sierra Leone, Darfur, Nigeria.

905P: Aaron Klein of Worldnetdaily, re Hamas attack with American weapons on IDF, re Syrian-Israel negotations, re Syria play for US billions to become chief broker in region.

920P: Michael Casey Dow Jones Buenos Aires re the branding of Che Guevera forty years later

935P: Parag Khanna, author, re his new book "The Second World." Comments on Tibet crisis.

955P: Envoi, re KFI preview.

KFI-Am 640 Los Angeles. 10P-1A Eastern Time.

1005P: Larry Kudlow CNBC Kudlow and Company re Bear, Sterns collapse, Fed move to cut the discount rate on Sunday night, markets plunge in Asia, Wall Street opening, fate of Bear-Sterns. Lehman Brothers ahead. Credit crisis. Bernanke.

1020P: Chuck Nash USN aviator, re resignation of Admiral William Fallon of CentCom.

1035P: Political Roundtable with Craig Unger of Vanity Fair, Laura Meckler of Washington bureau WSJ.

1050P: "
1105P: Roundtable John Fund WSJ/Monica Crowley MCLoughlin Group


1135P: PBS Iron Ladies Jonathan Stack

1150P: Bob Zimmerman re Endeavor, re ISS, re Hubble

1205A: Bill Roggio Long War Journal he is in Mosul with IQ army

1220A: Parris Chang in Bahrain re Tibet, re Taiwan's elections Saturday 22.

1235A: Jimmy Rogers Singapore re Bear, Sterns, re the Fed, close it

1255A Aaron Klein Jerusalem re Gaza, re Syria.

Sunday, March 9, 2008

WABC-AM 770. 7P to 10P.

705P: Chuck Todd NBC re the primary campaigns so far, re the Clintons and the Obamas gaming: even the possibility that Mrs Clinton will accept the vp slot

720P: Michael Isikoff Newsweek, re Obama and Rezko.

735P: Malcolm Hoenlein re the massacre in Jerusalem.

750P: Russ Roberts Hoover fellow, George Mason University, re the stimulus package, re the Federal Reserve, re the credit crisis.

805P: Larry Kudlow CNBC, re the Obama and Clinton campaigns in Ohio speaking against NAFTA and in support of a form of protectionism.

820P: Bret Stephens WSJ re Barack Obama and terrorism.

835P: Michael Ladeen American Enterprise Institute, re Iran and the absence of Bish Administration policy.

850P: George Anders of the Wall Street Journal, re Mergers and Acquistions and the pending Democrartic victory in the WHite House and In Congress.

905P: Aaron Klein Worldnetdaily from Jerusalem on the massacre in Jerusalem, the identity of the planner still at large, Shahide, a Fatah member form Jerusalem who has worked for Islamic Jihad, but who is definitely Fatah.

920P: Gideon Rachman, Foreign Affairs columnist for Financial Times, on the new Russian president and the extreme unlikely possibility of a new Cold War, re Europe vulnerable to Russia energy cut off.

935P: Nick Taylor, author, "American Goes to Work," the birth and life of the WPA, 1935-1943, and the personality and work of Harry Hopkins.

955P: Robert Zimmerman re Moon Base 1 plans at NASA.

KFI-AM 640 Los Angeles. 10P to 1A Eastern Time.

1005P: Mona Charen of National Review Online, re the Clintons and Obamas.

1020P: Jim McTague Barron's re the credit crisis and more risk ahead.

1035P: Political Roundtable Craig Unger Vanity John Anderson author

1050P: Roundtable

1105P: Roundtable ask Fund/ Monica Crowley CONFIRMED/ Mowbray in LA

1120P: Roundtable

1135P: Robert Paarlberg Harvard University Press with Henry Miller Hover

1150P: Continued

1205A: Richard Waters FT re AI

1220A: Entifadh Qanbar re Al Q torture rooms in Iraq

1235A: Abbas Milani Hoover re Iran

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Sunday March 2, 2008

WABC-AM 770 in New York City from 7 PM Eastern Time to 10 PM Eastern Time; available online streaming at

705 PM ET: Jed Babbin, editor of Humans Events, re Mrs. Clinton vs Senator Obama, re Batchelor piece forthcoming re Rezko, Alsammarae and Obama.
720 PM ET: Author and American Prospect Tara McKelvey re Abu Ghraib, her new book: "Monstering: Inside America's ecret Interrogations and Torture in the Terror War."
735 PM ET: Wall Street Journal Americas Editor Mary Anastasia O'Grady re Chanvez threatens Colombia over Ecuador, re Raul Castro, re Chavez aims to be the new Fidel, spreading Venezuela oil money for favors.
750 PM ET:
805 PM ET: Malcolm Hoenlein of the Conference of Presidents re Gaza trouble, Gaza fighting, the rockets on Sderot and Ashkelon, the Golan and Bekaa threat.
820 PM ET: Author John Andersen re Texas Democrats and the primary, re Travis County, Texas.
835 PM ET: Hoover Felow and professor Richard Epstein of Chicago Law re healthcare proposals by Clinton/Obama.
850 PM ET:
905 PM ET: Jerusalem corespondent Aaron Klein re the Gaza fighting, re the Syrian threat, re Lebanon instability.
920 PM ET: Author Roberta di Galant re his new book,"Lucia, a tale of Napoleonic War Europe."
935 PM ET: Author Kristian Gustafson and his new book, "Hostile Intent," re the CIA blows against Chile and the deposing of Salvador Allende, 1973
955 PM: Bob Zimmerman on the NASA proposal for a moon base at the severe landscape of the lunar south pole. Envoi.

KFI-AM 640 in Los Angeles from 7 PM Pacific Time (10 PM Eastern) to 10 PM Pacific Time (1 am Eastern); available online streaming at; also podcast on the KFI website.

705 PM PT (1005 PM ET):
720 PM PT (1020 PM ET): Eli Lake of the New York Sun on Gaza trouble, Egypt turmoil.
735 PM PT (1035 PM ET): Katrina vanden Heuvel of the Nation, Craig Unger of Vanity Fair,re Obama vs Clinton, is this the end for Mrs. Clinton
750 PM PT (1050 PM ET): Continue vanden Heuvel and Unger, re Obama and the Chicago political machine
805 PM PT (1105 PM PT): John Fund of the Wall Street Journal, Monica Crowley of the McLaughlin Group, re McCain over the top, re Obama vs Clinton
820 PM PT (1120 PM ET): Continue Fund and Crowley, re Fun'ds column in tomorrow's WSJ on the Rezko trial for Obama
835 PM PT (1135 PM ET): Author Nick Taylor on his book, "American-Made," re the WPA, 1935-1943, and Harry Hopkins
850 PM PT (1150 PM ET): Lou Ann Hammond of on energy prices climbinb
905 PM PT (1205 AM ET):
920 PM PT (1220 AM ET): Entifadh Qanbar of Iraq, re the revelations abotu Aiham Alsammarae, CPA Minister of Electricity and fugitive from Iraq, and the Rezko, Auchi, Obama connections
935 PM PT (1235 AM ET): Anna Fifield of FT re her tour with the Philharmonic Orchstra to North Korea, and the invitation she reported to Eric Clapton to come to NK.
955 PM PT (1255 AM ET): Moon Base 1.