Morning in America
The elder Nawtin tipped me off to KSKY 660 in Dallas
online. They let you listen free and their morning line-up blows my local talk radio out of the water.
Bill Bennett from 5-8am does Morning in America. I watched him this weekend on a talk radio panel at the National Heritage Foundation and was again blown away by his way of stating principles in a simple way. I am a big fan and it's great to find out I can hear him so long as I tear my ass out of bed at 5am. Sigh.
Laura Ingraham is on right after that, and although we get her here it is a taped broadcast that doesn't play until 10pm so it's all old news by then. I like my talk radio fresh, or at least I like to be unaware that it is not.
So that's good. I'm glad I don't have to move to Dallas.
posted by M@ at 5:04 AM