SFBG Radio

SFBG Radio: Are conservatives brain damaged?

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Well, maybe not damaged -- but Johnny talks about the new evidence that the brains of right wingers are different from those of other people. You can listen after the jump. Read more »

SFBG Radio: Schwarzenegger's bad pardon

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So you thought Johnny was always mad; you ain't seen nothing. Today he's furious that the outgoing gov cut the prison sentence of a killer who happened to be the son of another prominent politician -- while thousands of nonviolent inmates are rotting in prison. You can listen after the jump. Read more »

SFBG Radio: The year in review

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In today's episode, Johnny and Tim talk about the crazy year that was 2010. Listen after the jump. Read more »

SFBG Radio: Can Callifornia wake up?

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In today's episode, we talk about Jerry Brown's challenge: Can the new old governor wake the state out of a California dream that has become utterly unconnected to reality? Check it out after the jump. Read more »

SFBG Radio: What will Jerry do?

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When Jerry Brown goes to UCLA to talk about education, what's he going to say? How's he going to promote the UC system when he's facing a $25 billion budget crisis? Johnny and Tim talk abou that (and the Obama health care law and a few other things) after the jump. Read more »

SFBG Radio: The death drug, Obama's failure and more

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In today's episode, we talk about California's strange adventures with the death drug -- and why the Obama presidency is at stake in the tax debate. Check it out after the jump. Read more »

SFBG Radio: He won't be back -- grading Arnold

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In today's episode, we talk about the outgoing governor, and how to grade his record. Hint: When you think of Arnold Schwarzenegger's legacy, does anything of substance come to mind (except financial disaster)? Anything? Listen after the break Read more »

SFBG Radio: Beyond body scans and patdowns

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Today we talk about the anger over full-body scans and patdowns at airports -- and why the critics are missing the point. Body scans are far less intrusive than the sort of data mining, wiretaps and assaults on personal privacy that go on every single day in both the public and private sector. Listen after the jump. Read more »

SFBG Radio: The next counterculture

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Today, Johnny's got the apolitical blues, so we talk about the next counterculture -- and why it might not come from San Francisco. Check it out after the jump. Read more »

SFBG Radio: The next step for weekly newspapers

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Today we talk about the future of weekly newspapers -- what's the role of a weekly in an era of 24-hour news cycles? And how will weeklies make money in the digital era? Listen after the jump. Read more »