George Noory outs himself as Christian Creationists

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Show started at Pacific Time 11pm April 23 (goes past midnight). Noory had a guest Jerome Corsi talking about and endless supply of oil on Earth, climate change/warming is no problem. Both Noory and Corsi always talk, no matter the subject, they know everything and the ONLY truth and everyone else in the world are liars. They both were ranting about something to do with teaching the wrong science in schools... then Noory burst out with "they're still teaching Darwinism in schools when it should be Creationism".

I'd like to see Premiere Networks get Randi on 700 stations instead of a lot of the Neocon/Tea Bagger/Corporatist/Republican/Pro war crap you often hear on coasttocoastam!

But Sunday I heard a good show with Knapp and his Guest William Pepper.
No doubt Martin Luther King was murdered by the CIA/Military/Memphis Police.

Bill Pepper was a friend of Martin Luther King in the last year of his life. Some years after King's death, Bill Pepper went on to represent James Earl Ray in his guilty plea, and subsequent conviction. Pepper believes that Ray was framed by the federal government and that King was killed by a conspiracy that involved the FBI, the CIA, the military, the Memphis police and organized crime figures from New Orleans and Memphis. He later represented James Earl Ray in a televised mock trial in an attempt to get Ray the trial that he never had.

He then represented the King family in a wrongful death civil trial, King family vs. Loyd Jowers and "other unknown co-conspirators." During a trial that lasted four weeks Bill produced over seventy witnesses. Jowers, testifying by deposition, stated that James Earl Ray was a scapegoat, and not involved in the assassination. Jowers testified that Memphis police officer Earl Clark fired the fatal shots. On December 8, 1999, the Memphis jury found Jowers responsible and found that the assassination plot included also "governmental agencies." The jury took less than an hour to find in favor of the King family for the requested sum of $100.

dArKeR's picture
Jul. 31, 2007 3:01 pm


Noory is kind of the Zelig of radio hosts. He goes right along with whomever his guest is. Whether he believe it or not, I don't know. But it makes for interesting radio. If the interviewee has the support of the interviewer, he/she will just keep going and let it all out, their defences gone.

I don't know if that is his intention, but it is what seems to happen. I have heard some fascinating interviews on his show with very interesting and intelligent people. I have also heard interviews of people that I cannot believe are even able to dress themselves in the morning. No matter which one, Noory is going right along with it. (He does tend to challenge the more cogent people more often, but they can take it.)

Point being, no matter what Noory really believes, the interviews tend toward getting out of them what the subject really thinks. I am ok with that.

planetxan's picture
Jul. 31, 2007 3:01 pm

I'm sort of thinking along the same lines as planetxan. My wife listens to coast to coast, I don't but we discuss the show in the mornings quite often. It's a bit unfiltered and drifts off from time to time into the bizarre and unbelievable but they do have news and information that is real and important that is highly controversial that others will not air. So good on them for that.

Choco's picture
Jul. 31, 2007 3:01 pm

I heard "Dr. Ruth" explain why she answered every question on her old sex show... even the ones that she KNEW were phony prank, funny phone calls.

She said that you never know. Even if the caller is making a joke, it might actually pertain to someone in the audience that does suffer from something or another and that her answer might be beneficial.

I notice that Alex Jones does the same thing with his guests.

Larry King also just seemed to agree with everything that his guest said.

It kinda makes that job seem very easy, doesn't it?

"Yes. Mmmm. Yes. Ok. Isn't that something? Yes. Ok. What happened next? Ok. Mmmm. Ok. Yes. Thanks for coming on and talking. Ok. Good night. Tomorrow's show, Snookie."

I'm gonna run out and get a face lift, I think I found my calling.

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Fletcher Christian
Feb. 15, 2012 11:49 am

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