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January 31, 2006

Air America's Groundhog Day / State of the Union joke

Air America Radio is famous for something! Namely, this "joke": This year, both Groundhog Day and the State of the Union address occur on the same day. As Air America Radio pointed out, "It is an ironic juxtaposition of events: one involves a meaningless ritual in which we look to a creature of little intelligence... Keep reading >>>

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January 29, 2006

Sean Hannity to stoop to Jerry Springer's level

Usually, debates are held between closely matched people and groups. And, most major stars aren't willing to receive the same billing as lesser lights. Therefore, it comes as a bit of a surprise that Sean Hannity will be debating Jerry! Jerry! Jerry! Springer on Saturday! Saturday! Saturday! February 25 at Grand Victoria Casino and Resort... Keep reading >>>

Posted in PureClass at 12:18 PM | Comments (4)

January 28, 2006

Bobbing cork Mike Malloy shining light brightly on truth

A writer named Sheila Samples provides an extolment - nay, lionization - nay, idolization - of Mad Mike Malloy in "Who will tell the people?" Mike Malloy is the canary in the political coalmine -- the bane of the Bush administration and of hypocrites of all stripes. He is a liberal gadfly whose light shines... Keep reading >>>

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January 23, 2006

"Is Mike Malloy over the top when he calls the GOP the American Nazi Party?"

If we conducted a poll in our time/space continuum, about 99.9995% of respondents would say "No". However, in Alternate Dimention DUmmie, the current results are 279 votes for "Yes", a whopping total of 88% of respondents. Only 12 votes for "No", for just 4%. In related Malloy news, he received an email invitation to CPAC... Keep reading >>>

Posted in MikeWho at 12:23 AM | Comments (3)

January 17, 2006

Air America Radio and radical extremists

AAR's new vice president of news is one Felipe Luciano, a "black Puerto Rican" who has "worked at WNBC/Ch. 4, WCBS/Ch. 2 and Fox News. He's hosted radio shows at WRVR, WLIB and WWRL". And: He's been equally busy outside the media. In the '60s, he was a founder of the Young Lords party and... Keep reading >>>

Posted in Meta at 09:41 AM | Comments (7)

January 15, 2006

Warmongering Al Franken visits Missoula

You know how the local coverage of a parachuting visit from Al Franken starts, don't you? Something like this: Firing off one-liners and political jabs, author and comedian Al Franken scattered verbal buckshot at conservative Republicans on Friday while enlisting a little help from some new Montana friends in front of a charged-up audience. But,... Keep reading >>>

Posted in StuartSmalley at 08:43 AM | Comments (1)

Air America to stay on KXXT until they find a good home

KXXT-AM 1010 is AAR's home in Phoenix, and that station was recently sold to Communicom Broadcasting, a group of Xians. Now, according to this: [KXXT's general manager Bob Christy] says Communicom will change the station's format; however, it has graciously agreed to keep Air America programs on the air until it finds a new home.... Keep reading >>>

Posted in Meta at 04:34 AM | Comments (2)

January 12, 2006

Indecisive Al Franken not committed to Minnesotans

Al Franken must have the best publicist in the world. It must be that, because there's no such thing as the liberal media, and thus there's only one way to explain why there have been so many non-news stories over the past year reporting that Stuart was considering a Senate run. The latest in this... Keep reading >>>

Posted in StuartSmalley at 06:04 AM | Comments (1)

January 09, 2006

Laura Flanders + The Nation = "RadioNation". Who funds it?

One of Air America Radio's lesser known hosts, Laura Flanders, has a new name for her show: RadioNation. The second part of the name is because it's a collaboration with The Nation magazine. We're informed that this show appears on both the AAR network, and on "noncommercial radio stations nationwide". Is AAR just giving it... Keep reading >>>

Posted in AlsoRans at 12:50 PM | Comments (1)

January 04, 2006

Air America Nashville?

A group of "liberals" wants to bring Air America Nashville. However, there's a new NPR outlet there, and another "liberal" show just started. Now, to some of us, that might imply that the market is saturated with "liberalism". But, to others, that means a market opportunity.... Keep reading >>>

Posted in Meta at 07:59 AM | Comments (1)

January 03, 2006

KXXT: Air America doing a reverse Phoenix

Rumor has it that KXXT, Air America's outlet in Phoenix, has been sold to a Christian broadcaster. Therefore, that station will almost immediately be conducting a long-overdue exorcism and Randi, Al, Janeane, Mike, and the rest of the gang will be going off the dry, hot air. But, compared to some of their other programming,... Keep reading >>>

Posted in Meta at 11:54 PM | Comments (8)

Air America gets props on year end lists

Air America fans rejoice, as their favorite radio network has received year-end reknown from sources far and wide. "The 25 Dumbest Media Quotes of 2005" has not one, but two AAR entries: 21) "This President is never gonna do the right thing. I think somewhere deep down inside him he takes a lot of joy... Keep reading >>>

Posted in Meta at 05:14 PM | Comments (4)

Franken show will not be "overflowing with Minneapolis flavor"

Al Franken is finally - dozens of press articles later - making the big move to Minneapolis. They're building a studio in a downtown office building just for him. Given that Air America Radio brags about their new million-dollar New York City studio, one wonders how much that cost. And: "We'll be celebrating the fact... Keep reading >>>

Posted in StuartSmalley at 02:17 PM | Comments (0)


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