The Morning Show May 2 – 6

Monday –

8:35 – California Assembly District Member Bill Monning joins us for his weekly recap of Sacramento and 27th District news.

9 – Best-selling author and top prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi returns to the Morning Show. Vincent will brief listeners on the case against both belief in god and atheism. Ultimately, he concludes that only agnosticism is defensible from a legal perspective. His new book is Divinity of Doubt.

Tuesday –

9 – Medical anthropologist and author Erin Finley will be on to discuss her research into Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and its effects on Middle East veterans today. Her book is Fields of Combat: Understanding PTSD among Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan

9:25 – Arlen Grossman’s Quotation Quotient is your opportunity to win a great prize. Don’t miss Arlen’s column in the Leisure Section of every Sunday’s Monterey Herald.

9:45 – Juan Escamilla from Wilson’s Tire and Service joins us for Car Talk. Call Juan at (831) 476-0370.

Wednesday –

8 – Articleman from www.dagblog.com will help us make sense of the bewildering political landscape at 8.

Thursday –

9:30 – Glenn Sadowsky from Optimal Health Acupuncture and Bodywork joins us to discuss traditional medicine and his great Sunday 10am show – What’s the Point.

The Friday Free-for-All +

8 – Allie Maffei’s Entertainment Report starts Friday off right.

8:50 – Patty Ross from Keller Williams presents the Monterey Real Estate Report at 8:50. Call Patty at 831-236-4513.

9:30 – The Peace Coalition of Monterey County introduces a different coalition member each week.

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And, every morning at 8:32 or so, we have the Doolittle & Ganos Market Report. Learn more about award-winning Doolittle & Ganos at www.doolittleganos.com

Thanks for being part of KRXA!

As always, there will be lots of room for your calls and probably last minute guests as well.

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One Response to The Morning Show May 2 – 6

  1. Tina Burgess says:

    I snagged this post from someone who wrote into the Ed Schultz Show. Everything she wrote is how I am feeling at the moment:

    My reaction to the death of bin Laden?

    At first, there was great relief that this figurehead was eliminated.

    Then, celebrating the justice long awaited.

    Then shame for reveling in the death of any human being. I remember how disgusted I was by those in the Mid-East for celebrating deaths of Americans who they believed to be evil. And now such celebrations are happening around the world for the death of bin Laden.

    While I am at odds with my spiritual beliefs, I will not fault others for their reaction, as those are personal expressions combined in the pride of our Nation and our Brave Men & Women in Uniform.

    I am proud that this operation was done professionally and that the remains were treated with respect according to Islamic law. (The only change being that he was buried at sea instead of on land.)

    I cannot ignore, nor do I wish to, the thousands that have died because of this man’s actions. The wars that have been started in the name of capturing him. (Politicians have used this as a campaign issue on both sides.) But the military kept their eye on the ball and were resolute in not allowing him to plan another attack on our country. They serve our country Honorably.

    While my feelings are mixed on my own reaction to bin Laden’s death, I am unequivocal in my pride in our Armed Services for all of their sacrifice and for the Seals, CIA, and all that completed the mission.

    bin Laden was a monster who made himself out to be right with God. Now, he will see. But here on Earth, he will be a martyr for those who followed him. Terrorism continues and we must be alert. This will not signal the crumbling of Al Qaeda. There have been splinter groups working without bin Laden for a decade. They will use his death to rally their followers.

    So a breath that has been held for nearly a decade has been released. There is still much to be done to keep our Nation safe from terrorism. And so, I inhale again.

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