Morning Show takes indefinite hiatus

Last month, I posted that I would be off until July 11 at least. Since then, I have been moving forward in a different direction and will not be able to continue the Morning Show. Although I may resuscitate the show in the future, for now, I am off he air. Thank you all so much for your support. I will post periodic updates.

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The Morning Show June 13 – 17

halI will be taking a hiatus from the Hal Ginsberg Morning Show starting Monday June 19.  I intend to return on Monday July 11.

My show airs 6-9 am Pacific/9-noon east coast Monday – Friday.  Listen at halginsberg.com/dListen-Now/, radiomonterey.com, and at http://uberstations.com/.  On your smartphone, try Radio Monterey on your tunein app.  Better yet, install the Radio Monterey app on your device. Continue reading

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The Morning Show June 6 – 10

halCA, NJ, NM, MT, and ND are holding primaries Tuesday.  Feels anti-climactic doesn’t it – at least on the Republican side.  Think how you’ll feel next week when contemplating the DC primaries.  We’ll continue to focus on the race for the Presidency with frequent side diversions this week. Continue reading

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I’m off Wednesday June 1, 2016

My son Michael is graduating from high school! I’ll be back Thursday morning.

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The Morning Show May 30 – June 3

halThe race for the Presidency continues to suck all the oxygen from the room.  We’ll be discussing developments all week. Just 9 days from the California primary as I write.  Here’s what’s on tap and more.  Continue reading

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Global Ocean Heat Content

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The Five Stages of Bernie Grief

1) Denial – there’s no way this can be happening. Bernie really won New York if you don’t count Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx and Long Island.  Just look at the returns from Jamestown and Elmira.

2) Anger – it’s all Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s fault.

3) Bargaining – if we just win the District of Columbia on June 14, the super delegates will abandon Hillary en masse. Continue reading

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Earth Mean Temperatures over Time

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California Mean Temperatures over Time

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The Morning Show May 23- 27

halI was away from my laptop and desktop all weekend as I traveled to New York and then Connecticut to my college reunion.  Hence, I’m providing this somewhat abbreviated newsletter.

My show airs live 6-9 am Pacific/9-noon east coast Monday – Friday.  Listen at halginsberg.com/Listen-Now/, radiomonterey.com, and at http://uberstations.com/.  On your smartphone, try Radio Monterey on your tunein app.  Better yet, install the Radio Monterey app on your device. Continue reading

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Rift between Environmentalists and Unions Highlights Clinton’s Weaknesses

Unions representing construction and manufacturing workers may not line up behind Hillary Clinton and down ballot Democrats in the general election.  Clinton’s opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline and an announced partnership between three unions representing government employees and environmentalist Tom Steyer have incensed some labor leaders and their rank and file.  White-collar unions and the green billionaire have created the “For Our Future” super Pac in hopes of raising $50 million to help defeat Trump and Republican candidates in November. Continue reading

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The Morning Show May 16 – 20

halThe Democratic primaries aren’t over yet.  If you still can vote for Bernie, you know I want you to.  You know I also believe he has little chance to win and, if he does not, you should vote for Hillary Clinton in the general election.  My latest take on her campaign to succeed Barack Obama is here.  Those who bemoan my penchant for criticizing Clinton at most turns will be pleasantly surprised. Continue reading

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Making the right moves – Clinton takes steps to the White House

Hillary Clinton is the odds-on favorite to succeed Barack Obama as President. Despite historically high unfavorable ratings and being the ultimate insider in the year of the outsider, the prize remains hers for the taking. The electorate dislikes Donald Trump even more and the vagaries of the electoral college in recent years bespeak a pro-Democratic bias. Continue reading

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The Morning Show May 9 – 13

halLast week, as I predicted, was a particularly good one on the Morning Show.  If you missed any of the great interviews and discussions or just want to revisit one or two, you can find them right here.

We have more great calls lined up for the week ahead including a brand-new regular by popular demand. Continue reading

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A bad night for Hillary Clinton

Tuesday night was a bad night for Clinton.  Regardless of how she and her allies spin it, the reality is she lost a midwestern state that Obama won in 2008, a week after she all but wrapped up the Democratic nomination. Continue reading

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Can we take a mulligan?

“Superpredators”, Sarajevo, Glass-Steagall, death penalty, gay marriage, Honduras, Haiti minimum wage, Colombia, Panama, Iraq war, Libya, “no-fly zone,” bankruptcy bill, TPP, private email server, Goldman Sachs speeches, defense contractors, AIPAC, private prison industry, oil and gas industry, Walmart Board of Directors, MFN for China, Patriot Act, “hard working Americans, white Americans,” Iran, fracking, Ed Snowden, Henry Kissinger, legalizing marijuana, $15 minimum wage, H1B visas.

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The Morning Show May 2 – 6

halFor the first time in several weeks I anticipate being live all five days.  Last week, we had great guests.  If you missed any interviews you can hear them in the archives section of my website right here.

My latest article at halginsberg.com addresses how Hillary Clinton can consolidate her advantages as the likely Democratic nominee squaring off against Donald Trump. Continue reading

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Potentially fatal missteps and the necessary correctives

A year ago political insiders expected Hillary Clinton to waltz to the Democratic nomination.  Last July, Five Thirty Eight’s Nate Silver opined Clinton might well win every primary except the first two.  Things didn’t turn out quite that way. Continue reading

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I’m off Tuesday April 26

Election day in MD but I’ll be back Wednesday morning. Lots of great guests coming right up.

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The Morning Show April 25 – 29

halWe’ve got great guests throughout the week.  I’m really looking forward to our conversations in this upcoming last week of April.  My latest column is Goliath has won.  Now what?  Please read and share.

Monday (times are east coast) –

10 – “Thought WrestlerDanny Cardwell joins me for our semi-weekly 30-minute chat.  We’ll focus on his latest post – What does it take to have a revolution? Continue reading

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