Morning Show Archives

June 2015 and earlier

Friday’s Morning Show 3rd hour. (6/26/15)

Friday’s Morning Show 2nd hour. (6/26/15)

Friday’s Morning Show 1st hour. (6/26/15)

Green Eric Petersen on Charleston, the Santa Barbara oil spill, and pink flamingos. (6/25/15)

Zac Petkanas from Media Matters on the right-wing media’s take on Supreme Court decisions on the ACA and housing and the Confederate flag. (6/25/15)

Friend of Hal Mike Spicer reports from Charleston, SC, on the killing of nine African-Americans at the Emanuel AME Church. (6/23/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman returns after a too long hiatus. Topics include: his drive across America, Bernie Sanders, and the Pope and AGW. (6/19/15)

Green Eric Petersen on Neil Young v. Donald Trump and roundabouts. (6/18/15)

Zac Petkanas from Media Matters on Fox’s ugly take on the massacre at a Charleston, SC, black church and Donald Trump’s presidential announcement. (6/18/15)

Wednesday’s Morning Show Hal discusses Pope Francis, AGW, the Grexit, and much more. “Catholic Jack” comes on at 1:29:20. (6/17/15)

Educator, Activist, author Paul Kivel discusses racism in America and what we must do about it. Learn more here. (6/16/15)

Health matters with Friend of Hal Glenn Sadowsky from Optimal Health Acupuncture & Bodywork. (6/16/15)

Friend of Hal Jeremy Holden is on the third Monday of every month 8-9 Pacific. Topics: Hillary v. Bernie, yes means no?, and the NBA championship. (6/15/15)

Thursday’s Morning Show Hal discusses “white privilege”, conservative media bias with Zac from Media Matters, the TPP, and much more. “Green Eric” ends the show. (6/11/15)

Author Mark Schapiro discusses his book Carbon Shock and why he supports a supplemental tax on fossil fuels. Bonus audio included. (6/10/15))

Friend of Hal Glenn Sadowsky from Optimal Health Acupuncture and Bodywork is on weekly. (6/9/15)

Friend of Hal Fia Karim on: the Duggars, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, and police use of force. (6/8/15)

Maryland Delegate Dr. Dan Morhaim on how the drug war fuels violence in Baltimore. (6/5/15)

Green Eric Petersen on earthquakes, Fort Ord, and Green Party candidates. (6/4/15)

Zac Petkanas from Media Matters on the the Republican debates and Limbaugh’s ad sales. (6/4/15)

Huffington Post blogger Rich Rubino discusses Obama bucking the Democrats on TPP, Hillary Clinton, and Bernie Sanders. (6/3/15)

Tuesday’s Morning Show Hal discusses the uncommon wisdom of a carbon tax, Bernie Sanders and much more. (6/2/15)

Monterey City Councilman Alan Haffa on how the Presidential election is shaping up, NSA surveillance, and the TPP. (6/1/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on Fridays 8-9. Topics include: American imperialism, Rand Paul, and the Quotation Quotient. (5/29/15)

Candid Camera’s Peter Funt joins Hal for a Funt-filled half-hour. Peter will be live in P.G. Saturday May 30, 2015 at 7pm. Click here for details. (5/29/15)

Green Eric Petersen on the Republican Presidential candidates and more. (5/28/15)

Zac Petkanas from Media Matters on the Duggars and Ann Coulter. (5/28/15)

Hal explains why you should drink your coffee. (5/27/15)

Friend of Hal Fia Karim is on every month. Today’s topics include: the TPP, Bernie Sanders, marriage equality in Ireland, and reality TV. (5/25/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on Fridays 8-9. Topics include: L.A.’s new minimum wage law, headlines you will see, and the Quotation Quotient. (5/22/15)

Green Eric Petersen on being green, the Santa Barbara oil slick, and Republican operatives. (5/21/15)

Zac Petkanas from Media Matters on global warming, Rush’s ratingz, and the Iowa caucuses. (5/21/15)

“Catholic” Jack on the new book Radically Catholic in the Age of Francis. Jack contributed an essay to it. Read all his other work at Christian Democracy. (5/20/15)

Robert Romano from Americans for Limited Government on mass surveillance and taking Andrew Jackson off the $20 bill. (5/20/15)

Hal on Hillary’s campaign so far. (5/19/15)

Author Julia Reynolds on her book Blood in the Fields about the Nuestra Familia gang. (5/19/15)

Friend of Hal and Acupuncturist Glenn Sadowsky on frozen embryos and food storage. (5/19/15)

Friend of Hal Jeremy Holden is on the third Monday of every month 8-9 Pacific. Topics: the death penalty, Bernie Sanders, and the Republican hopefuls. (5/18/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on Fridays 8-9. Topics include: California’s water crisis, religion in America Jeb Bush’s woes. (5/15/15)

Green Eric Petersen discusses media, Monterey Downs, law enforcement, and bicycling. (5/14/15)

Retired Monterey County Sheriff Scott Miller and I take a bittersweet walk down police memory lane in the final “Ask the Sheriff”. (5/14/15)

Zac Petkanas from Media Matters on Jeb Bush and Fox fails. (5/14/15)

Rick Manning from Americans for Limited Government on why the TPP is a bad deal. (5/13/15)

Author John Greenburg on “deflategate”. John’s most recent book is James Salerno, Boxer. (5/12/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on Fridays 8-9. Topics include: free speech v hate speech, revolution time? and deflategate. (5/8/15)

Green Eric Petersen discusses bicycle month, liberal media, and protesting the TPP. (5/7/15)

Zac Petkanas from Media Matters on misogyny in right-wing media. (5/7/15)

Lou Ureneck, author of The Great Fire discusses the 20th century genocide in Turkey. (5/5/15)

Climate activist/journalist Melinda Tuhus on moving Beyond Extreme Energy through civil disobedience. (5/5/15)

Monterey City Councilman Alan Haffa on increasing opportunities for the middle-class, affordable housing, and Jerry Brown’s environmental program. (5/4/15)

Huffington Post blogger Rich Rubino on Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, Carly Fiorina, and the rest. (5/4/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on Fridays 8-9. Topics include: prosecution of Baltimore cops, Bernie Sanders, and for profit colleges. (5/1/15)

Green Eric Petersen discusses Monterey Downs and sweep of Salinas Chinatown homeless encampment. (4/30/15)

Zac Petkanas from Media Matters on biased coverage of Hillary Clinton, Baltimore protests, and more. (4/30/15)

Three minutes on why I oppose the TPP. (4/27/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on Fridays 8-9. Topics include: Obama’s support of the TPP, and right-wing media. (4/24/15)

Green Eric Petersen discusses Salinas parcel tax and Religious Freedom Restoration Act. (4/24/15)

Green Eric Petersen discusses planned sweep of Salinas Chinatown homeless encampment. (4/23/15)

Zac Petkanas from Media Matters on biased coverage of Hillary Clinton. (4/23/15)

Vicki Nichols Goldstein from the Colorado Ocean Coalition on Earth Day. (4/22/15)

Law Professor Shi-Ling Hsu on his book The Case for a Carbon Tax. (4/22/15)

Ob-Gyn David Grimes on the importance of re-electing a Democrat to the White House. (4/22/15)

Friend of Hal Jeremy Holden is on the third Monday of every month 8-9 Pacific. (4/20/15)

Huffington Post blogger Rich Rubino on Rand Paul, Hillary Clinton, and John Kasich’s chances. (4/20/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on Fridays 8-9. Topics include: Hillary’s campaign, estate tax shenanigans, & the death penalty. (4/17/15)

Progressive Democrat MD State Delegate David Moon on the MD budget, his endorsement for US Senator, and more. (4/17/15)

Green Eric” Petersen with green news from Monterey County. (4/16/15)

Zac Petkanas from Media Matters on coverage of Hillary v. Marco, Limbaugh’s woes, and moneyed speech. (4/16/15)

“Catholic” Jack on Hillary, political speech, and Christian Democracy. (4/15/15)

Paul Kawika Martin from Peace Action Network discusses the benefits of peace with Iran. (4/15/15)

Engineer Greg Kozera discusses the benefits of fracking for oil and gas. (4/14/15)

Princeton Professor Melissa Lane leads “An Ancient Civics Lesson“. (4/13/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on Fridays 8-9. Topics include: Killer South Carolina cop, Rolling Stone’s debunked U.Va rape article, social justice in America. (4/10/15)

“Green Eric” Petersen with green news from Monterey County. (4/9/15)

Zac Petkanas from Media Matters on media coverage of Iran negotiations and police assaults. (4/9/15)

“Green Eric” Petersen with green news from Monterey County. (4/2/15)

Zac Petkanas from Media Matters on Harry Reid, intolerance, and economic injustice. (4/2/15)

Author/activist Richard Heinberg discusses his new book Afterburn: Society Beyond Fossil Fuels. (4/1/15)

All three hours of Monday’s Show are uploaded due to streaming difficulties. (3/30/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on Fridays 8-9. Topics include: US military personnel in Colombia immune from child rape charges. (3/27/15)

“Green Eric” Petersen with green news from Monterey County. (3/26/15)

Jeremy Holden from Media Matters on HRC, Republican misogyny, and O’Reilly. (3/26/15)

“Green Eric” Petersen with green news from Monterey County. (3/19/15)

“Catholic” Jack on labor, unions, global warming, and racism in Monterey law enforcement. (3/19/15)

Craig Harrington from Media Matters fills in for Jeremy. Topics: Emails and global warming in the media. (3/19/15)

Steinbeck scholar Susan Shllinglaw discus- ses her new book Carol and John Steinbeck: Portrait of a Marriage. (3/18/15)

Susan Pittas discusses the Light and how we can make the world better by placing ourselves and others in it. (3/16/15)

HuffPost blogger Rich Rubino on patriotism, Hillary Clinton, and Scott Walker. (3/16/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on Fridays 8-9. Topics include: the power of prayer, the Republican letter to Iran, and Hillary Clinton’s emails. (3/13/15)

“Green Eric” Petersen with green news from Monterey County. (3/12/15)

Retired Monterey County Sheriff Scott Miller and I discuss Ferguson recent spate of police shootings of unarmed black men, (3/12/15)

Jeremy Holden from Media Matters on HRC, Republicans’ letter to Iran, and O’Reilly. (3/12/15)

Dr. David Grimes discusses his book Every Third Woman in America: How Legal Abortion Transformed our Nation. (3/11/15)

Dr. Frieda Birnbaum addresses the ugly racism at Oklahoma University’s SAE fraternity. Her website is doctorfrieda.com. (3/11/15)

Friend of Hal Fia Karim on Selma, elephants, and Hillary Clinton. (3/9/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on for a great hour every Friday 8-9. Topics include: Netanhayu’s address to Congress and poverty in America. (3/6/15)

“Green Eric” Petersen and Hal discuss unions and Monterey Downs (3/5/15)

Jeremy Holden from Media Matters on media. Topics include HRC’s email problems, Bill O’Reilly, and King v. Burwell (3/5/15)

Professor of Philosophy Philip Cafaro discusses his new book How Many Is Too Many? – The Progressive Argument for Reducing Immigration into the United States (3/2/15)

Monterey City Councilman Alan Haffa (3/2/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on for a great hour every Friday 8-9 (2/27/15)

“Green Eric” Petersen, Hal, and John discuss Trayvon Martin and white privilege. (2/26/15)

Jeremy Holden from Media Matters on media. Topics include O’Reilly and DC pot legalization. (2/26/15)

Cevin Soling on the Student Resistance Handbook. (2/26/15)

KI Furniture‘s Jonathan Webb on the health risks of a sedentary workplace. (2/25/15)

Friend of Hal Fia Karim on the Oscars. (2/24/15)

“Green Eric” Petersen with green news from Monterey County. (2/19/15)

Jeremy Holden from Media Matters on media. (2/19/15)

Author Steve Fraser discusses his new book The Age of Acquiescence The Life and Death of American Resistance to Organized Wealth and Power. (2/18/15)

Friend of Hal Billy Sunshine takes calls and discusses politics. (2/17/15)

Friend of Hal and Acupuncturist Glenn Sadowsky on water’s crucial role in our health. (2/17/15)

Friend of Hal Fia Karim on politics. (2/16/15)

The 2nd hour of Monday’s Morning Show (2/16/15)

The 1st hour of Monday’s Morning Show. (2/16/15)

Friend of Hal Arlen Grossman is on for a great hour every Friday 8-9. (2/13/15)

“Green Eric” Petersen with green news from Monterey County. (2/12/15)

Retired Monterey County Sheriff Scott Miller discusses law enforcement news and trends. (2/12/15)

Jeremy Holden from Media Matters on media. (2/12/15)

Darlene Arden discusses how to keep your beloved pet healthy, happy, and well-behaved. For more visit darelenearden.com. (2/11/15)

Dr. Bill Miller is a physician and biologist. He discusses the science of attraction and his newest book The Microcosm Within (2/11/15)

Jeremy Holden from Media Matters on media. (2/5/15)

Laura Carroll on Man Swarm, 2d Ed. (2/4/15)

Monterey City Councilman Alan Haffa. (2/2/15)

Montereyan “Green” Eric Petersen on fracking, solar farms, and Ford Ord trails. (1/15/15)

“Catholic” Jack on Pope Francis, global warming, the death penalty, and women priests. (1/15/15)

Hillary Tone from Media Matters on Muslim and immigrant bashing, net neutrality, campus sexual assaults, and media’s five biggest education fails in 2014. (1/15/15)

CAMEO CEO Claudia Viek on micro-lending. (1/14/15)

HuffPost blogger Rich Rubino on Ben Carson and Elizabeth Warren for President. (1/14/15)

Conservative New Orleans talk show host Jeff Crouere on John Boehner’s re-election as House Speaker. (1/13/15)

Frank Vernuccio on religious fundamentalism, free speech, and getting money out of politics. (1/13/15)

Hal on Ohio State’s championship and college football generally. (1/13/15)

Benjamin Ben-Ezra on the mass demonstrations in response to the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack. (1/12/15)

Wolf-Pac Maryland Director Wylie Burge on getting money out of politics. (1/9/15)

Frenchman Benjamin Ben-Ezra on the Charlie Hebdo terrorist attack. 1/9/15)

Sheriff Scott Miller on the massacre at Charlie Hebdo, NYPD, and more. (1/8/15)

Monterey City Councilman Alan Haffa. (1/5/15)

PJ Tatler journalist Bridget Johnson on shootings of and by police. (12/26/14)

Renaissance man Aaron Hamlin on advances in male contraception and election reform. (12/22/14)

Hal on the murder of NYPD Officers Rafael Ramos and Wenjian Liu. (12/22/14)

HuffPost Blogger Rich Rubino on likely 2016 Presidential candidates (12/18/14)

Fun with Hal and Jack (Quirk) (12/18/14)

Professor Matt Sutton on the conservative impact of millenialist thinking on evangelical politics (12/17/14)

Eve Tushnet on being an observant, chaste, gay Catholic. (12/16/14)

The Washington Post’s Erik Wemple on Rolling Stone’s journalistic debacle. (12/12/14)

Jackie Rowe-Adams from Harlem Mothers Save on police shootings. (12/10/14)

Cheryl Pomer on women’s anxiety and depression. (12/9/14)

High school students Caity Durcan and Adam Ettelbrick on protesting Staten Island and Ferguson grand jury decisions. (12/8/14)

Personal financial adviser Jordan Goodman on low energy prices. (12/3/14)

Brennan Center for Democracy Counsel Jennifer Clark on voter suppression. (12/3/14)

UCSC Lecturer and AMCHA co-founder and director Tammi Rossman-Benjamin on anti-semitism in America’s colleges and universities. (12/2/14)

Friend of Hal (FOH) “Catholic” Jack Quirk and Hal kick around the intersection of Ferguson and economic justice. (12/1/14)

Monterey City Councillor Alan Haffa on the mid-terms and Ferguson decision. (12/1/14)

Conservative commentator Bryan Preston on Chuck Hagel’s resignation. (11/26/14)

Center for Constitutional Rights Executive Director Vince Warren on the Ferguson decision. (11/26/14)

Progressive Democrat David Moon on his successful Maryland House of Delegates campaign. (11/24/14)

Conservative commentator Frank Vernuccio on Ferguson, MO. (11/24/14)

Trial lawyer Joe Cammarata discusses the case against a DC Rabbi who secretly videotaped women during a ritual bath. (11/24/14)

Keystone XL pipeline supporter Dan Perkins. (11/19/14)

Judge Morris Hoffman discusses his book The Punisher’s Brain. (11/19/14)

W. Virginia State Professor Danny Boyd discusses the US-China accord on carbon emissions. Boyd has written Carbon a graphic novel. (11/19/14)

ACA critic and Atlanta-based LabMD CEO Michael Daugherty on improving American health care. (11/14/14)

Author Jon Meacham discusses Thomas Jefferson the Art of Power. (11/13/14)

Former California Republican Party Chair Tom Del Beccaro (11/11/14)

Swift Boater/Tea Partier Jerome Corsi (11/10/14)

Global warming “skeptic” Drew Johnson (11/6/14)

Climate Marchers Dana McGuire and Berniece Thompkins on the Great March for Climate Action (10/31/14).

Con icon Phyllis Schlafly July 20, 2011 Professor Seidman on Libya July 7, 2011 Professor Seidman on Debt Ceiling July 7, 2011 Vicki Nichols Goldstein on World Oceans Day April 1 Show Part 1 April 1 Show Part 2 April 1 Show Part 3

One Response to Morning Show Archives

  1. Shade says:

    I hope you really meant to include the Forums but I fear you just got a bit too carried away with copying the old KRXA webpage code. If Forums on this site are for real, pls post some rules so we don’t run afoul & make you feel you must take EVERYTHING down again. Can I at least post a link that automatically allows your audience to make their own show recordings on the cloud at DAR.FM? Can I post complete show archives?

    Unfortunately, it is hard to find time to post just the entire show, and cleaning out other people’s potentially copyrighted content is just too time consuming. If you give me a private link to your feed to Monterey.com, I could record & post just your show’s content. While it would leave gaps, it would solve the copyright problem & dead-air is also easier to find & edit out later (perhaps I could automate this).

    Even more preferably, you could post archives yourself. What I did before was set up TapinRadio to record KRXA; I then had TapinRadio drop the files to a folder on a public website.

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