December 14, 4PM12/15/14
Ray McGovern speaks to the Senate report on torture, and the FDNY reduces the physical skills required for female firefighters.
December 14, 5PM
Jamie Hyneman from Mythbusters, and nooses in the news in the East Bay, with KGO Radio newsman Paul Rodgers.
December 14, 6PM
What Richmond is doing better than any other Bay Area city during the recent protests. Also, what Google has just done for the City of San Francisco.
December 7, 4PM
How do you stage a peaceful protest, and discourage the agent provocateurs? Also, how school districts spy on some students to determine residency.
December 7, 5PM
Do dead people need grass? The homeless encapement called "the jungle" has been closed, but many of the homeless have no where to go. To help the homeless, call 915-471-8674
December 7, 6PM
Should police officers wear cameras? Also, Tim Sika with holiday movie recommendations.
December 6, 6PM
The challenge of being black in America, and at what age is "Grand Theft Auto" appropriate?
December 6, 7PM
Tony Serra speaks to the issues of police brutality. Later, the new trend of dying underarm hair.
November 23, 4PM
The immigration executive order: who benefits, and who does not, with Ruben Navarrette. Why can't we stop things like this?
November 23, 5PM
Dianne Feinstein's water bill failure, and the dress code for the press.
November 15, 6PM
The consequences of a high speed chase can be devastating. A scientist's attire gets more attention than the spacecraft he landed on a comet. Should the 40 hour work week be considered part-time?
November 15, 7PM
Should American fast food workers be paid as well as Danish fast food workers? How immigration challenges President Obama.
November 9, 4PM
Should police officers be prohibited from security work for the SF Forty-Niners? Humanity for the homeless might be lost on Florida.
November 9, 5PM
Lori Wallach joins Pat to discuss what the election results mean for trade policy. Also, the challenges of finding housing in SF.
November 9, 6PM
Dana Barrow, founder of the Northern California chapter of Pets For Vets, and the movies: live and local, with Tim Sika.
November 8, 6PM
Brad Friedman on voters suppression, the rather racist exit poll in South Carolina, and a mother behaves badly in Colma.
November 8, 7PM
Was this racist? Are veterans with PTSD a bunch of whiny, crybabies who are weak and only live for a government handout?
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