For eighteen years Russ Feingold represented Wisconsin in the United States Senate. Well known for leading the fight for campaign finance reform in the Senate alongside Senator John McCain, Feingold has always championed efforts to limit the influence of special interests. He was the only senator to vote against the Patriot Act, was the first to propose a timetable to exit Iraq, and has always fought against unfair trade agreements like NAFTA and against financial .
Dr. Anne Speckhard has interviewed over 400 terrorists - from Lebanon to Morocco - and was responsible for the design of the Defense Department’s “Detainee Rehabilitation Program for Islamic Terrorists.” Don’t miss a sobering look at the “psychology of terror.”
John Densmore is the drummer for 1960’s rock band, The Doors, and author of “The Doors: Unhinged (Jim Morrison’s Legacy Goes On Trial).” Densmore will talk about the lawsuit he and the late Jim Morrison’s family filed against keyboardist Ray Manzarek and guitarist Robbie Krieger when the two launched their Doors of the 21st Century and he will discuss his resistance to using the Doors’ music in advertising.
NBA Player is Gay, Meanwhile in the Real News.......
NBA Center Jason Collins has dominated today's headlines with the news that he's gay. Meanwhile our country struggles to deal with things like North Korea, the Boston Bombings, and record Unemployment.
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Dr. Wallach starts the show discussing the growing population of gluten intolerant people. Explaining the difference between intolerance and allergies.Outlining how those who are gluten intolerant damage their small intestines in turn making them unable to absorb nutrients.
Pearls of Wisdom
Doug Winfrey and Dr. Wallach discuss a news article on gastroesophageal reflux disease or GERD. The story outlines that one out of every 10 Americans experience heartburn at least once a week. The story offers some natural remedies for dealing with heartburn. Various methods of coating the stomach or suggesting things like baking soda to neutralize the stomach acid. Which Doc asserts is exactly 180 degrees opposite from what should be done.
Jaime has questions concerning cancer.
Miriam asks Dr. Wallach about a friend with type 2 diabetes.
Shirley is trying to deal with depression without using drugs.
Jerry is experiencing neuropathies in his fingers.
Call Dr. Wallach's live radio program weekdays from noon until 1pm pacific time at 831-685-1080 or toll free at 888-379-2552.
The listeners call in to this edition of The Saturday Special to voice their opinions to the owner of ZBS Radio Networks about programming on KSCO. MZ shares one of the funniest stories about the radio station ever heard, and Kay's newest editorial hits the airwaves. Listen live every Saturday from 10am-12pm or listen to the replay on Saturday nights from 10pm-12am.
Rich shares stories about interviewing some of Hollywood's biggest stars. Call in live from 1-4pm (Pacific) at 831-477-1340. Leave comments at: Rich Lieberman 415 Media E-mail Rich at :
What do you watch on TV? What are some of your favorite TV shows, past or present. Take a trip down Memory Lane with Rich and the listeners. Call in live from 1-4pm (Pacific) at 831-477-1340. Leave comments at: Rich Lieberman 415 Media E-mail Rich at :