The Hal Ginsberg Morning Show July 28 – August 1

Random notes:

1) The world is a seething cauldron – and for once I’m not talking about global warming.  A) The Middle East is boiling over with horrific violence in Gaza, Syria, and Iraq .  B) Anti-Semitism has returned to Europe with a vengeance.  Within the past month, eight or nine French Synagogues targeted by vandals and there have been anti-Jewish riots.  In Germany, haters are calling to “gas the Jews”.  And, in Greece and France, political parties with explicitly anti-Semitic platforms are growing in popularity.

2) The New York Times says that Republicans have a 60% chance of gaining control of the Senate.

3) It’s not the heat it’s the humidity.  Actually, it’s the heat and the humidity and since it’s a relatively comfortable 82 here in Kensington, MD, the 68% humidity is tolerable.

I’ll address these topics and many more this week on the Morning Show, Monday-Friday 6-9am Pacific.

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Monday –

Tuesday –

7:45 – Holistic health with Glenn Sadowsky and Optimal Health Acupuncture and Bodywork.

Wednesday –

8 – Author Michael Wolraich discusses his new book Unreasonable Men: Theodore Roosevelt and the Republican Rebels Who Created Progressive Politics.

Thursday –

7:30 – Jeremy Holden from Media Matters casts a jaundiced eye on the right-wing media machine.

8:45 – Eric Petersen from the Monterey County Green Party discusses all things Green.

Friday Free-for-all +

7 – Ed Qualls discusses economic injustice in America with a focus on the declining wealth of the middle-class.

8 – Arlen Grossman’s Quotation Quotient is your opportunity to win a great prize.  Don’t miss Arlen’s column in the Community Section of every Sunday’s Monterey Herald and every month in the Foolish Times.

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1 Response to The Hal Ginsberg Morning Show July 28 – August 1

  1. Dav says:

    Since I can’t call in, I thought I would write a few lines..
    First , I think don sterling is a selfish bastard with little regard for anyone else. What interest me in the saga
    Is civil law and court renderings.. The shelly sterling interaction is a interesting monkey wrench. In most cases of dissolution, shared property is partitioned. Normally, she could only sell her share, as the asset doesn’t require singular ownership as in the ownership of a residential house. A house is subject to a partition sale . A person can not be compelled to own anything.
    If the second party wants to retain ownership, their required to buy the first party out. That’s how normal partition works. Hal, you made the comment that you were right, implying I was wrong.. Exactly what am I wrong about?
    The medical aspect is equally mysterious. Why would sterling submit to exam , or, who would have the legal
    authority forcing sterling to submit?
    It’s hard to understand the merits without all the info.

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