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KSCO Programming, High Priced Consultants and The Future of Radio

What does the future hold in store for KSCO?  MZ has the answers!  Has he been talking with high-priced radio consultants from the future?  Has he borrowed Dave's time machine again?  NO, you don't need a Ouija Board, or a crystal ball, you don't even have to read tea leaves.  All you have to do is listen to this edition of "The Saturday Special"!  Find out what big changes are on their way to your favorite radio station (past, present or future)!

 

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Guests: Justin Baker and Roy Masters- Syria: Is America Willing to Kick a Hornet's Nest?

The phone lines light up in this hour with more citizens unwilling to back another war.  Justin Baker, retired Army Ranger, also describes his experiences with the VA and why he feels that the government doesn't seem to be keeping it's end of the bargain with vets.  Roy Masters joins the conversation to give his perspective on the looming attack on Syria.

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Guest: Justin Baker- Syria: Is America Willing to Kick a Hornets Nest?

Justin Baker and MZ take calls from all over the Central Coast about the looming attack on Syria.  What is at stake what are some of the possible consequences?  Is nuclear war a possibility?  Can America handle another confrontation in the Middle East? 

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Guest: Scott Gold- Topic: Manufacturing in America, Can we Keep Up with the World Economy?

Most American manufacturing jobs have gone overseas to countries that practice child and slave labor, causing moral and economic dilemmas.  What can be done to keep American jobs in the states?  Is this just the unavoidable result of economic times?

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Guests: Scott Gold and John Rothmann- Topic: Manufacturing in America, Can We Keep Up with the World Economy?

Most American manufacturing jobs have gone overseas to countries that practice child and slave labor, causing moral and economic dilemmas.  What can be done to keep American jobs in the states?  Is this just the unavoidable result of economic times?  
   Join MZ, and Scott Gold as they get a special visit from John Rothmann to discuss one of today's hottest issues.

 

 

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MZ's guest today is Santa Cruz County Superior Court Judge Hon. Robert B. Yonts (Ret.). Listen as Judge Yonts tells about his experiences in the Santa Cruz County legal system. Judge Yonts addresses questions from the audience in what turns out to be a real learning experience for the listeners.
Beginning as a lawyer and working his way up the ladder, Judge Yonts has become one of the most beloved members of his community. Both, criminals and good samaritans will love this edition of The Saturday Special.

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MZ's guest today is Santa Cruz County Superior Court Judge Hon. Robert B. Yonts (Ret.). Listen as Judge Yonts tells about his experiences in the Santa Cruz County legal system. Judge Yonts addresses questions from the audience in what turns out to be a real learning experience for the listeners.
Beginning as a lawyer and working his way up the ladder, Judge Yonts has become one of the most beloved members of his community. Both, criminals and good samaritans will love this edition of The Saturday Special.

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Your Cell Phone is Being Used to Keep Track of You: How Everyday Technology Can Be Used to Keep an Eye on You

Is your cell phone keeping tabs on you?  Can your TV be used to see inside your house?  Is your Xbox watching you, while you....watch dirty movies?  Is this all just paranoia, or, is there really something to these kinds of rumors?  MZ stands up to the government evesdroppers and puts his freedom at risk to discuss how "Big Brother", or anyone else with the technical know-how, can use your favorite items to spy on you.  So put on your tin hats and stop playing with yourself (video games) long enough to ponder the intimacy of current technology.

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