The Seahawks (and the Eagles) won, and I’m not preempted… so what better way to celebrate Sunday night than to pop open a cold beer and tune in to “The David Goldstein Show” on Newsradio 710-KIRO, tonight from 7PM to 10PM.
The lineup could change in response to breaking news, but here’s what I think I’ll be talking about tonight:
7PM: We’ve already got two Johnsons and a Dick on the state Supreme Court, two of which clearly dress right, but that’s not enough for the BIAW, who keeps slapping their members on the bench, this time pulling a Groen and whipping out yet another Johnson in their drive to take control of the court. Joining me to discuss the enormous sums of money the right wing is spending on our formerly low profile judicial races is Jenny Durkan, one of our state’s most prominent attorneys, and a co-chair of Citizens to Uphold the Constitution.
8PM: Curious about tonight’s broadcast of Path to 9/11, but can’t bear to bring yourself to watch ABC’s propagandistic, lying piece of crap? Well, turn off the TV and tune in 710-AM, because Bill Scher of Liberal Oasis is on East Coast time watching it for you. After he’s done, he’s gonna call in to critique the movie and discuss the controversy surrounding it.
9PM: Jim Hightower, one of the pioneers of progressive radio will not be on the show tonight. But he will be at Seattle’s Town Hall on Thursday, September 14, headlining a conference on energy, agriculture and sustainability. I’ll be talking with some of the conference organizers in the first couple segments, then a representative from the No on I-933 campaign will join me to talk about how that dangerous initiative could kill Washington’s efforts at sustainable growth.
Tune in tonight (or listen to the live stream) and give me a call: 1-877-710-KIRO (5476).