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Open Lines: Listeners Voice Their Opinions
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.
The Saturday Special with Michael Zwerling: Interview with Bobby Seale
MZ interviews Bobby Seale, co-founder of the Black Panthers. Listen to stories about the life and times that lead to the founding of one the most influential groups of the 60's. Check out Bobby's website and find out what Bobby is up to now and what you can do to help: http://www.bobbyseale.com/
Your Health and the Countdown to ObamaCare
If you have any questions about your health insurance and how it might change next year, don't miss this show. Medicare, Medical, Private Health policies.......It's all here.
What's Funny! With "The King of Clean" AJ Jamal
MZ invites AJ Jamal to the Saturday Special to discuss what's funny.
A.J. Jamal’s success to date is the proven result of many years of hard work. Having served as an engineer for IBM, he learned to take a unique and analytical approach to comedy. A.J. was born to make people laugh and he is a natural at doing so. Being the self-proclaimed, “King Of Clean”, A.J. is best known for his various television appearances on: “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno, HBO’s “Comic Relief ”, “Show Time at the Apollo” and the Ace Award winning television series, “Comic Justice” on Comedy Central. In fact, most people would remember his earlier longtime stint on the critically acclaimed hit show “In Living Color” in which he was famous for his funny parodies alongside the likes of Jamie Fox and Jim Carrey. http://ajjamal.com/
The Best of The Saturday Special
MZ takes a well deserved weekend off. We hope you enjoy this hand-picked episode of The Saturday Special. The sparks fly when MZ mentions that Michael Savage might be coming to ZBS.
Dealing with A Rogue Nuclear Threat. Is America Behind the Curve?
Rebecca fills in for Michael Zwerling and invites Colonel David S Maxwell to discuss the growing threat posed by North Korea. Growing instability in the Korean Peninsula is causing concern amongst world leaders. What is the next step?
David S. Maxwell is the Associate Director of the Center for Security Studies and the Security Studies Program.
He is a 30-year veteran of the US Army retiring as a Special Forces Colonel, with his final assignment serving on the military faculty teaching national security strategy at the National War College. He spent the majority of his military service overseas with nearly 25 years in Asia, primarily in Korea, Japan, and the Philippines, leading organizations from the SF A-Team to the Joint Special Operations Task Force level.
David holds a bachelor of arts degree in Political Science from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and Masters of Military Arts and Science degrees from the US Army Command and General Staff College and the School of Advanced Military Studies and a master of science degree in National Security Studies from the National War College of the National Defense University. He is the author of numerous works on Korea, Special Operations, Foreign Internal Defense, Unconventional Warfare and National Security. He and his family reside in Northern Virginia.
Should We Worry About Patriot Groups?
A recent article in the LA Times has caused a lot of outcry from Americans about their Second Amendment rights. Do certain groups have a tendency towards fanaticism and irrational logic? Do these groups pose the greatest threat to us all? The link to the LA Times article can be found below:
Guest: Rebecca Costa, Author/Sociobiologist- Guns and Violence in our Society, Have We Lost Our Will to Live?
Rebecca has recently authored an article in USA Today that offers a different angle on violence in our society. Is there something that we're missing? This show offers solutions for the problem. Listen to the show and check out her article here http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/01/28/suicide-mass-murder/1872833/