Tom Cruise’s Edge of Tomorrow gets a new name, and Seth MacFarlane shoots blanks. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
Archives for September 2014
Ken DIto looks at NFL week 2. There are always upsets and week 2 in the NFL had it’s share of surprises.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss whether parents should be held responsible for the illegal acts of their young children.
Lloyd Lindsay Young asks why rain gauges and temperature gauges are not accurate some of the time.
John Rothmann talks about how Hillary made her first trip to Iowa, with Bill at her side, since her defeat in the 2008 caucus. The big news is that she will announce her intentions in January.
Stan Burford talks about how recent studies show that the Department of Defense owns over $800 million dollars of buildings and land and they don’t know where all of it is or how it’s being used.
John Rothmann talks about how a five year old F.D.R. met President Grover Cleveland at the White House and Cleveland made a wish for the boy that did not come true.
John Rothmann details the latest developments regarding the Middle East and that we have a major problem.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss the plan in Missouri to have teachers carry guns in the classroom.
John Rothmann says the petition to break California into six states has failed.
Ed Baxter responds to an email from a man who wants him to stop talking about domestic violence. 1 in 3 women in the U.S. is a victim. Baxter says the NFL needs to change as does society as a whole.
John Rothmann says the beheading of a British citizen is an act of pure evil.
Ken Dito says “Let’s Talk Sports”: a look this weekend games in the Bay Area. 49ers and Bears in the Niners stadium opener and the Raiders looking for their first win in 2014.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss a police officer’s decision to cut the throat of a dog that had attacked a woman. Could there have been a better way?
Ed Baxter points out there is a difference of opinion within the Obama administration about whether we are at war with ISIS.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was booked and released after beating his 4 year-old son with a tree branch.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about San Diego telling cab drivers they can’t have body odor.
Stan Burford says a 2nd BART Tube has been proposed with three different approaches.
If Hillary Clinton is not the nominee in 2016, why not Joe Biden? John Rothmann says one never knows what the future holds and Joe Biden is keeping his options open.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss the man who was arrested for posting song lyrics about dead bodies lying around a campus on Facebook.
What is the Pineapple Express? How does it effect us? Lloyd Lindsay Young explains.
The death penalty is cruel and unusual punishment and has not been a deterrent. The latest poll shows a drop in support for the death penalty.
Tim Horton’s to Canada. Joe Starkey discusses the feelings of Americans to move another company to Canada. Horton was a stellar hockey player.
Ed Baxter reports on homework assignment that had middle schoolers comparing George W. Bush and Adolph Hitler.
Derek Carr gets his first home start in the NFL when the Raiders host the Houston Texans. Ken Dito reports.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss how many baby boomers are still carrying student loan debt. There is a story of an 81 year-old with student loan.
Mad Max, Lisbeth Salander and Tony Soprano made a movie. But is it any good? It’s the most honest review you can find: in the car on the way home! Dennis Willis and Steve Wagner’s immediate reaction to James Gandolfini’s final movie, the crime drama The Drop, also starring Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace.
When does the rainy season start and how much does normal vary in the Bay Area?
John Rothmann talks about how President Obama never used the term “war,” but that is what we are waging. Following the speech, we are left with many unanswered questions.
Ken Dito talks about how the Ray Rice story is getting more bizarre as Roger Goodell denies all on CBS, the Niners suspend Ted Robinson for 2 games and a former FBI Director gets involved.
Ed Baxter says we can’t forget what happened on 9/11. He and his wife visited Ground Zero and he says there are messages we have to remember.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss a school that wouldn’t let a child put Chapstick on her lips.
Lloyd Lindsay Young answers the question: How did Chicago get its name as the Windy City?
Ken Dito comments on the 49ers’ Jed York speaking about his role in the Ray McDonald domestic violence arrest.
John Rothmann comments that on the day before President Obama’s speech, the G.O.P passed a resolution in the House condemning President Obama. This does not portend well for bipartisan support in advance of the speech tonight.
Rosie Allen says bloggers are blowing up the story regarding the owner of the Atlanta Hawks. She says his emails were not racist.
Elizabeth Kate says the kind of glass or cup from which you drink wine makes a huge difference.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the laws regarding pot and catching up on the workplace. Federal and State pot laws are not the same.
John Rothmann talks about how zero tolerance for domestic violence should be a non-debatable point. The NFL should be ashamed of its conduct in this matter.
Lloyd Lindsay Young on the double standard with flight attendants during rough flights.
Ken Dito talks about the Ray Rice case and how Janay Rice is defending her husband.
Barbara Simpson on outspoken Dutch politician Geert Wilders who wants all militant Islamists in his country to leave and he’ll escort them out. She relates that to our country where we have had so many threats against us and NO one, from Obama on down, has a plan to deal with it.
John Rothmann on how President Obama has a lot on the line as he prepares to give his speech on Islamic State.
Comparing 1910 vs. 2014, life in the US doesn’t seem as crazy as many think. Stan Burford says perspective is a good thing.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen disagree about the punishment handed to Ravens’ Ray Rice. He has been cut from the team for hitting his wife.
Dennis Willis and Steven Kirk celebrate the 48th anniversary of Star Trek, with a brief history of the fan-based wave that brought the cancelled TV program back in the 1970s, the current state of the rebooted film series, and Trek’s enduring legacy.
Barbara Simpson reflects on Joan Rivers and her contributions to the world of comedy and add a summary of her life and bravery and notes that she will be missed.
John Rothmann discusses how foreign policy will be front and center this week but the days of bipartisan foreign policy seem to be long gone.
“History shows again and again how nature points out the folly of man.” Originally written about Godzilla, that statement could be applied to all of this week’s releases. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
Ken Dito takes a look at the Giants winning trend. Buster Posey is playing like Buster Posey and he is getting a lot of help from his friends.