Saturday, May 31

John Batchelor Sunday Show line-up for tomorrow

From RezkoWatch:

WABC-AM 77 from 7-10 PM ET in New York.

705P: Chuck Todd, Political Director, NBC News re the end of the primaries, the beginning of the Florida and Michigan delegates fight
720P: Hope White of re Shariah Finance
735P/750P: ROUNDTABLE: Bill Whalen of Hoover and Vaughn Ververs of re the Puerto Rico primary, the delegate fight in the DNC Rules Committee. McCain vs. Obama on Iraq.
805P: Larry Kudlow, CNBC re Libor doubts, re the moral hazzard of the Fed bail-out of Bear, Sterns
820P: Malcolm Hoenlein of Conference of Presidents re Syria and Israel negotiations, re Olmert vulnerability, re Livni PM?
835P: Gideon Rachman, Chief Foreign Affairs Columnist Financial Times re Europe as the cuckooo clock of world affairs; harmless, feckless, pointless
850P: Amity Schlaes of Bloomberg/New York Sun re the SEC at 75 years old, not performing
905P: Aaron Klein of WND with Ernst Michel, UJA and survivor of both Auschwitz and Buchenwald camps
920P: John Nichols, The Nation re media reform and the candidates
935P: Max Hastings, author of "Armageddon," the last year of the Third Reich, and the 64th D-Day anniversary
955P: KFI LA show highlights

Second broadcast, 7-10 PM Pacific Time (10 PM -1 AM Eastern) at KFI-AM 640 in Los Angeles.

1005P: Adrian Wooldridge, The Economist re Obama, McCain, Clinton and the "Right Nation"
1020P: Angelo Falcon, Columbia University, re Puerto Rico primary
1035P/1050P: Craig Unger, Vanity Fair, Katrina vanden Heuvel, The Nation re end of the primaries, delegate fight
1105P/1120P: John Fund, Wall Street Journal; Monica Crowley, The McLaughlin Group and WABC Radio re Obama gaffes, Clinton delegate fight, McCain campaign wobbles
1135P: Andrew Jack, Financial Times, re Burma recovery and deprivation
1150P: Bob Zimmerman, author, "Universe in a Mirror," re Mars Phoenix Lander
1205A: Evelyn Pringle,, "Operation Board Games" and Tony Rezko trial
1220A: B Ramen, Southeast Policy re Burma junta, Beijing junta
1235A: Lauren Tyson Li, author, re Madame Chiang Kai-Shek

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