John Rothmann talks about why the United Nations resolution on the Middle East was a failure.
Archives for December 2014
Ken Dito asks if Raiders interim coach, Tony Sparano, should stay on permanently in the position.
John Rothmann on the controversy surrounding House of Representative Whip Steve Scalise attending a supremacist event twelve years ago.
Ed Baxter says Jim Harbaugh may have followed his dream. Jed York needs to sort out his nightmare. Either way – Harbaugh to Michigan.
Ken Dito talks about the York-Baalke press conference. What questions did it answer – and what questions did it raise?
What are some of the all time record lows in California? Lloyd Lindsay Young has the answers.
The lesson of 1928: Republicans are up today, but what about tomorrow? John Rothmann discusses.
Dan Ashley says he has become very dependent on his new iPhone. Is this a real addiction?
Steve Wagner interviews actor David Oyelowo about his powerful turn as Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, depicting the icon as a man, the ironic connection between Selma and Spielberg’s Lincoln, and how the recent events in Ferguson are a sobering echo of the past.
Hamas refuses to allow Palestinian children to visit Israel. John Rothmann hosts.
Dan Ashley says Sony buckled under pressure to first pull The Interview and then released it to make bundles of money. Ashley says the publicity was a money move.
Denzel shoots blanks, Stephen King hides a killer, and Justin Long turns into a … well, you just have to see it. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
John Rothmann reminds us that the war in Afghanistan is not over.
Elizabeth Kate talks about party wines for the holiday season and dispels the myth that screw caps closures are for cheap low quality wines.
Lloyd Lindsay Young on whether this outgoing year is the warmest ever for the state of California.
Ken Dito talks about Jim Harbaugh’s departure from the 49ers and how he was essentially fired from the team.
With the holidays here, Elizabeth Kate shares her view of sherry as the perfect complement to the season.
Abortion and free speech intersect in the Federal Court. John Rothmann hosts.
Islamic State forces closing in on Israel from the North and South. John Rothmann hosts.
Ed Baxter tries to make sense of whether to laugh or cry over the North Korea/Sony film incident. Should the movie “The Interview” crisis be viewed as humor or sad? Kim Jong Un’s government says President Obama acts like a monkey.
Here we go again: Egypt bans Exodus calling it a Zionist film. John Rothmann hosts.
Christmas violence in Oakland has no place. John Rothmann hosts.
Ed Baxter points out the things our government needs to do along with the things we need to do to make 2015 a good year.
Ken Dito looks at week 17 in the NFL and the upcoming playoffs.
The Interview makes a surprise appearance, Meryl Streep and Johnny Depp go Into the Woods, Selma makes a bid for Oscar history, and the SFFCC’s choice for best film of the year is now available. Dennis Willis hosts.
Ken Dito on how with the ongoing drama with Jim Harbaugh and the 49ers, Ray McDonald, and Aldon Smith, the team is in the headlines again – for the wrong reasons.
John Rothmann discusses former Vice-President Dick Cheney’s justification for using torture following the Senate Intelligence Report.
Lloyd Lindsay Young talks about national travel this holiday season.
John Rothmann touches on the tragic story of the destruction of the Christian community in Iraq.
Ken Dito says the Bay Area could have two new NFL coaches in 2015. Harbaugh is gone in a week, Sparano is in limbo.
Cyber warfare goes far beyond North Korea. John Rothmann hosts.
Lloyd Lindsay Young reminds us it’s always a good idea to check ahead before travel.
Two police officers dead and rhetorical excess abounds. John Rothmann discusses.
Although the 49ers lost to the Chargers, Ken Dito thinks Colin Kaepernick is maturing as a person.
A ‘general’ look back as we end 2014. A look more at Life than Time. Stan Burford hosts.
The Dodgers trade Matt Kemp to the Padres, pick up Jimmy Rollins and Howie Kendrick among other moves. Ken Dito asks, are they finished?
John Rothmann says North Korea’s cyber attack is really cyber war.
John Rothmann on the passing of Richard C. Hottelet, the last of the Murrow Boys. An era ends but the legend lives on.
Lloyd Lindsay Young shares some ideas for weather-related Christmas gifts.
John Rothmann on how the right of Israel to exist remains the bottom line in the Middle East.
Ken Dito takes time out from all the NFL talk to focus on major league baseball.
John Rothmann talks about the U.S. airstrikes that have taken out 3 Islamic State leaders.
The Naval Office of Rapid Innovation has just introduced a shark look-alike. It’s a spy that swims…..
The Hobbit calls it a (very long) day, A Night at the Museum bids farewell to Robin Williams, and it’s a hard-knock life for remakes of beloved musicals.
The politics surrounding the Cuban decision will effect how Florida’s electoral votes may go in 2016.
Ken Dito weighs in on the 49ers decision to release Ray McDonald after allegations for sexual misconduct.
With the recent Northern California storms, Lloyd Lindsay Young offers tips for driving safely in bad weather.
John Rothmann believes President Obama made the right decision in trying to reestablish diplomatic relations with Cuba.
Ken Dito takes a look at all the Bay Area sports teams: football, basketball, and baseball.
John Rothmann says Jeb Bush is almost certain to run for the G.O.P.nomination.