Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about the new trend of mainly young people smoking e cigarettes and the fact that they may be worse for them than the real deal.
Archives for December 2014
The Raiders need an overhaul after losing to the Rams 52-0. Ken Dito hosts.
The U.N. hits Israel…again. John Rothmann hosts.
Ken Dito talks about the continuing controversy at the 49ers between Jed York, Trent Baalke, and Jim Harbaugh.
John Rothmann discusses the racial profiling getting underway after the events in Ferguson, Missouri.
Dennis Willis catches up on award season and talks about Reese Witherspoon’s new film, Wild.
John Rothmann asks if it is legitimate to detain the wife and son of ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi?
Lloyd Lindsay Young explains winter weather terminology and the difference between a watch and a warning.
John Rothmann talks politics as the race for the White House in 2016 gets underway.
Michael Cardoza says the police in Ferguson seem to be tone deaf. Officer Wilson may have justifiably shot Michael Brown but that does not excuse how the police treat the Ferguson community.
Stan Burford on boarding your dogs while on vacation.
Prosecutors who commit misconduct are rarely reported to the state bar and if they are they are rarely held accountable.
Ken Dito discusses how the Raiders need a complete overhaul after their 52-0 loss against the Rams.
Michael Cardoza says Officer Darren Wilson resigns without severance pay. He was making $45,000 a year. His resigning will have a chilling affect on police officers around the country.
John Rothmann discusses the Supreme Court taking on a case involving Facebook posts and free speech.
Dennis Willis talks about a mixed bag of sequels including Sylvester Stallone’s The Expendables 3.
After the Oakland Raiders 52-0 loss against the Rams, John Rothmann looks at losing in general, what it means, and the lessons one can take from defeat.
Lloyd Lindsay Young on what the term “percentage of rain” means and why he doesn’t like to use it.
John Rothmann on the serious situation between Turkey, the Kurds, and ISIS.