Thom Hartmann off the air.

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I was busy around the house, I decided to turn on the show, and it was replaced...wait for it..... by HOCKEY. It was 11:00 AM and I think this was a prerecorded night game. I live in the Los Angeles and there is no way to contact K-TALK radio. I have tired over the years and they are very sequestered. It is time to take over the airwaves.

We need our information about the protests and I think this is a distraction. Next.... wait for it......a "false flag operation" to distract the public from what is happening with the WALL STREET OCCUPATIONS.

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The program has been taken off the air here in the greater Portland Oregon area and replaced with college baseball. Apparently this is happening in a lot of places.

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In the bay area, there was a huge attack on liberal talk radio, most of it is gone.

Bane capital owns clear channel, I think.

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In Denver, progressive talk is replaced by ballgames as well.. 'Tis a seasonal thing.

I suppose that's better than replacing it with right wing wackos.

Retired Monk - "Ideology is a disease"

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Both Clear Channel and Cumulus (which recently wrecked KGO in the Bay Area) are having financial problems. Karma! I would love to see stations locally owned again rather than by Corprica.

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Clear Channel = Bain

Progressive programming unpredictability - Coincidence? I think not.

Check your station's ranking against the spin from the program director-

http://www.radio-info.com/

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