John Rothmann on how he thinks the President gave a great State Of The Union address.
Archives for January 2015
Lloyd Lindsay Young discusses how riding a motorcycle in the rain is dangerous and should be avoided if at all possible.
John Rothmann talks about the President delivering his sixth State Of The Union speech.
Ken Dito talks about how the New England Patriots are at it again, allegedly cheating by underinflating the balls in their game against the Colts.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about new research saying men and women react differently to marital infidelity.
Annabelle conjures up some prequel scares, James Gandolfini drops his swan song, Christoph Waltz searches for the meaning of life, and Scarlett Johansson gives good mind. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
Lloyd Lindsay Young says we’re running out of time when it comes to rainfall to help California’s drought.
On this M.L.K. Jr. birthday, John Rothmann says movies do not necessarily reflect accurate history.
With so many local teams, Ken Dito asks who are the best sports owners in the Bay Area.
Same sex marriage and equal protection under the law go to the Supreme Court. John Rothmann hosts.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen disagree about a women’s bathroom prank at the Purple Cow in Texas. Rosie says it’s sexist, Ed thinks it’s just fun.
Jack Del Rio introduced as new Raiders Head Coach. Ken Dito reports he’s from Hayward, went to USC and the Raiders have done it with class.
The Theater of the Absurd at the International Criminal Court. John Rothmann says it is 1984 all over again.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss the ruling by a church that a family had to edit out pictures of affection before it could have a funeral.
John Rothmann discusses the President’s upcoming State Of The Union address and the republican response to be delivered by Senator Joni Ernst.
Ken Dito asks if Jim Tomsula to be head coach of the 49ers.
John Rothmann on how the normally quiet country of Belgium makes the headlines after a preemptive sweep to take out terrorists.
With poor skiing conditions in California, Lloyd Lindsay Young shares where else to go for hitting the slopes.
John Rothmann on the tragic incidents in Nigeria caused by Islamic terrorists, Boko Haram.
Ken Dito weighs in on Jed York’s decision to promote Jim Tomsula to head coach of the 49ers.
Lloyd Lindsay Young discusses what time of day is best for air travel to avoid turbulence.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen discuss the latest planned protest in the Bay Area. This time they have another list of demands.
John Rothmann talks about how al-Qaida in Yemen claims credit for the attack on Charlie Hebdo and the Jews in Paris.
Ken Dito talks about Jack Del Rio heading to the Oakland Raiders as their next coach.
Lloyd Lindsay Young talks about why we catch colds on airplanes and what we can do about it.
Did Ben Affleck kill his wife in Gone Girl? Alfred Molina and John Lithgow anchor the ensemble Love is Strange, and Liam Neeson plays a bad guy for hire in A Walk Among the Tombstones. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
John Rothmann talks about the possible field of Republican candidates for the 2016 election and whether the party will lean right or center.
Ken Dito asks why would anyone want to coach in the NFL?
John Rothmann talks about how the battle has begun between President Obama and the new Republican controlled Congress.
Lloyd Lindsay Young talks about driving SUV’s in the snow and that even though they are more suited for bad weather, care should still be taken on the road.
John Rothmann talks about how the attacks in Paris were not simply an attack against France but against the entire West and it will happen again.
After Denver’s playoff loss to Indianpolis, Ken Dito asks if it’s time for Peyton Manning to retire.
Elizabeth Kate talks about pairing wine and spirits with food.
Lloyd Lindsay Young discusses how, despite huge rainfall in December, California’s drought crisis continues.
Ed Baxter and Rosie Allen talk about criticism of lack of American presence at the French Unity March.
California Senator Barbara Boxer says she won’t run for another term. John Rothmann reports.
John Rothmann discusses the terrorist massacre in Paris that left 12 dead.
John Rothmann’s perspective on the recent passing of former New York Governor and liberal standard-bearer, Mario Cuomo.
John Rothmann on the chances Mitt Romney may again be the Republican candidate for President in 2016.
John Rothmann on the Egyptian President’s talk on revolution.
Can Kurt Warner make Colin Kaepernick a better quarterback? Ken Dito hosts.
Ed Baxter shows what can happen when a protestor goes through police training. Improving community relations and understanding is a key to race relations.
Ken Dito looks at a classic matchup in the NFL playoffs this weekend as the Packers square off against the Cowboys.
Liam Neeson and his particular set of skills return in Taken 3, Joaquin Phoenix leads a cast of crazies in Paul Thomas Anderson’s adaptation of Thomas Pynchon’s Inherent Vice, and Selma expands onto more screens. Hosted by Dennis Willis.
Ken Dito previews the NFL playoff matchup between the Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots.
Lloyd Lindsay Young asks whether bad weather brought down Air Asia flight 8501 and why the captain didn’t turn back when encountering the weather system.
Ken Dito talks about the 2015 Baseball Hall Of Fame inductees. For the first time since 1955, 4 former players get the honor.
Lloyd Lindsay Young talks about how, much like last year, the arctic blast is back bringing freezing temperatures.
As we continue with the football playoffs, Ken Dito recaps the latest news and happenings in the NFL.
Like a bad movie sequel, the polar vortex returns causing changing weather patterns and freezing conditions across the country. Lloyd Lindsay Young discusses this weather phenomenon.