Schedules

April 26, 2015

Photo, left: ICRC (International Red Cross/Red Crescent) -  see Hour 4, Catch The Jew!, by Tuvia Tenenbom.   Mirabile dictu, the ICRC spends vast numbers of euros on specifically anti-Jewish and anti-Israeli propaganda.  Hard to believe, but this is careful and even occasionally comical reportage. ...

April 25, 2015

Photo, left: The bombed-out center of the town of San Pietro Infine. (See Hour 4, A Death in San Pietro: The Untold Story of Ernie Pyle, John Huston, and the Fight for Purple Heart Valley, by Tim Brady) By the time Mark Clark’s Fifth Army reached the small village of San Pietro north of Naples in...

April 24, 2015

 Photo, left: USS Theodore Roosevelt, deployed to the Gulf of Aden.JOHN BATCHELOR SHOW Hour OneFriday  24 April 2015  / Hour 1, Block A: Harry Siegel, New York Daily News, in re: The agenda of a political party you’ve likely never heard of, one with just a handful of members and that’s never...

April 23, 2015

 Photo, left: Israel, born 1948.JOHN BATCHELOR SHOW Co-hosts: Mary Kissel, Wall Street Journal editorial board & host of OpinionJournal.com; Malcolm Hoenlein, Conference of Presidents.Hour OneThursday  23 April 2015  / Hour 1, Block A: Mary Kissel, Wall Street Journal, in re: spoke with Alicia...

April 22, 2015

Photo, left:  How the TPP and NAFTA are damaging the US economy, by Alan Tonelson.   Matthew Yglesias, who covers economics for the Obama-worshiping Vox.com, is puzzled. Why are American labor unions so passionately opposed to the president’s Pacific Rim trade deal? Among the reason for his...

April 21, 2015

 Photo, left:  JOHN BATCHELOR SHOWCo-host: Larry Kudlow, CNBC senior advisor; & Cumulus Media radioHour OneTuesday 21 April 2015    / Hour 1, Block A:  Stephen Moore, chief economist, Heritage Foundation, in re: the field of GOP candidates, almost all of whom have managerial experience. ...

April 20, 2015

   Photo, left: New Hampshire.JOHN BATCHELOR SHOW  Hour OneMonday  20 April 2015  / Hour 1, Block A: Thomas Joscelyn, Long War Journal senior editor, in re:  Benghazi suspect designated by UN, State Department  Both the US State Department and the UN have designated Ali Ouni Harzi as a terrorist....

April 19, 2015

Photo, left: Wadi es-Sebua, or Valley of the Lions (so called because of the sphinx-lined approach to the temple forecourts) (Arabic: ادي السبوع), is the site of two New Kingdom Egyptian temples, including one speos temple built by Ramesses II, in Lower Nubia. The first temple was built by...

April 18, 2015

Photo, left: The Kurdish national flag waved from a most precarious position.  In the midst of its other tribulations, Kurdistan endeavors to maintain the safety and rights of its religious and ethnic minorities. See Hour 1, Heirs to Forgotten Kingdoms: Journeys Into the Disappearing Religions of...

April 17, 2015

Photo, left: The Cumulus Radio Network host John Batchelor welcomes the Air Force Academy Superintendent, Lt-General Michelle Johnson, to his studio at WABC in New York.  General Johnson was the Air Force Academy's first Rhodes scholar when she was graduated in 1981, going on to serve as an aide to...

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