There’s good news this month! More information and truth your family can use from the radio and computer, and best of all the news of better health for Christian heroine Kathleen Bremner.
Better things in local radio:
There’s good news in local radio where more hosts friendly to family values are available for more hours in more places. Here are some recommendations:
- 1. Mark Larson, KPRZ, (1210 AM), 4 to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday with “positive talk” about people of faith.
- 2. Roger Hedgecock… now almost 4 hours live, 12:20 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., KOGO, 600 AM (no longer on 1130 AM, his longtime home), Monday through Friday. Seatbelts are mandatory.
- 3. G. Gordon Liddy… The “G-man” is live again Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-noon on KCBQ (1170 AM) with his “Radio Free D.C.” show.
- 4. Jane Chastain… Is there a better Christian analyst on radio than this courageous lady? Her knowledge, insight and humility are refreshing to say the least! Give her a try on KBRT (740 AM) Monday from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
- 5. Mason Weaver… funny and opinionated, this rising political voice is heard Monday-Friday, 8 to 10 p.m. on KOGO (600 AM). He is author of It’s Okay to Leave the Plantation, a manifesto for freeing African-American families from the Welfare State.
- 6. Fred Schnaubelt….reform-minded San Diego City Councilman from 1977-81, he loves to engage on ideas about America and freedom. Hear him Saturdays noon to 3 p.m. on KCBQ (1170 AM).
- 7. Ken Hamblin… also known as The Black Avenger, defending America with humor, energy and common sense. If you haven’t heard him, you owe it to yourself to tune KSDO (1130 AM) Monday-Friday 11 p.m. to 2 a.m.
I could add Michael Reagan, newcomer Rick Roberts on KOGO, Bob Grant on KCBQ….but I’ll get to them in the future.
Top 6 computer sites for fast, fast, fast relief!
There really is lots of good information on the World Wide Web, and here are 6 good places to find it:
- 1. Good News, Etc… Sure, you’ve got this month’s issue in your hands, but what about past issues? Find that column you meant to clip by Bev Wyer, Al Menconi, Bill & Pam Farrel and all the rest at http://www.goodnewsetc.com/
- 2. Traditional Values Coalition. Find out what Rev. Lou Sheldon is doing (plenty!) in California and in Washington, D.C. Lots of good issues and opportunities. http://www.traditionalvalues.org/
- 3. Roger Hedgecock. Latest updates on the Roger Report newsletter, lists of the cheapest gasoline prices countywide, and a popular “Community Forum” where you can exchange views: http://www.rogerhedgecock.com/index.shtml
- 4. Media Research Center. A Washington-based watchdog on media bias in print and on television, led by L. Brent Bozell III. You won’t know whether to laugh or cry at the latest excesses of Tom Brokaw, Peter Jennings and Dan Rather. http://www.mediaresearch.org/mrc/
- 5. C-SPAN networks….the free cable-TV service that lets you see the workings of Congress for yourself, without media filters. C-SPAN Chairman Brian Lamb defines integrity and leadership in the world of television news. This site includes C-SPAN’s ever-changing schedule and lots of info about Congress and the Presidency. http://www.c-span.org/
- 6. CNN Interactive… not always unbiased, but better than the Big 3. A great site for finding the latest headlines and stories when most convenient to you. http://www.cnn.com/
That’s your information guide to radio and computer sites for this month. Did I miss your favorite radio program or computer site? Please let me know if I did. Write me at P.O. Box 82303, San Diego, CA 92138.
Now, about Kathleen Bremner: The most enjoyable part of writing a profile of Judge Larry Stirling (Good News, Etc. May 1997) was reading Kathleen Bremner’s stirring letter to the editor in the July issue.
No one San Diegan has done more for more good causes, and displayed more resilience and fortitude than Kathleen Bremner. And now she’s beginning a column in this same newspaper this month! May God Bless and keep you, Kathleen.
James Sills, Jr., a native San Diegan, is a political and research consultant. He was chief aide to County Supervisor Paul Fordem and City Councilman Bruce Henderson.