The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 18, 2008

The Morning Show talks with Public Citizen about the most expensive election in history and who is paying for it. Then analysis of Bush’s OK of the use of Navy sonar which threatens whales off the California coast.

Followed by a remembrance of Milton Wolf, veteran of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, dead at 92. In the second hour the 35th anniversary of the Roe v.s. Wade decision by the US Supreme Court will bring out many different forces next week. The Morning Show updates what’s happening in the Bay Area and across the Nation. Wrapping up the program US Army Retired Col. Ann Wright is live in the studio to discuss her book, "Dissent – Voices of Conscience".

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