Belly Up To The Bar 2: The Official Goldens Drinking Game

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Just in time could be my life’s mantra. I am reminded by Thor’s Assistant that no Official Drinking Game has been devised for tonight’s epic 17th annual San Diego County Taxpayers Golden Fleece and Watchdog Awards. Calling Ms. Tipit to the rescue. DISCLAIMER: In this litigious, risk-averse society, we must pause here to admonish anyone reading this column that it …

Hedgecock And The Franklin Center Are Teaming Up To Create Citizen Journalists

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Upon Andrew Breitbart’s untimely passing Rush Limbaugh said, “the country needs another 1000 more Andrew Breitbarts.”  As true as this statement may be, it is safe to say that Breitbart was sui generis. Not all of us are well-suited to build a conservative empire on the web. However, The Franklin Center  for Government and Public Integrity is coming to San …

Roger Hedgecock is the Man-in-Motion Today as SD Radio changes — More coverage of San Diego elections in 2012? — Let’s Hope.

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A new era, perhaps with more local Election coverage, starts  in San Diego radio today.  Roger Hedgecock exits his home of  26 years (!)  KOGO-600,  to do p.m. Drive at rival talker KFMB-760, where Mike Slater runs the mornings.  Bryan Suits and LaDona Harvey handle KOGO’s afternoon shifts.   Mark Larson, Rick Amato and Rostra’s own  Bob Siegel do local shows at …

Breaking, Part II: KOGO Changes Becoming Clearer

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As originally reported and updated on Rostra, big changes are coming to KOGO-AM Radio, San Diego’s foremost news and talk (make that talk with a sprinkling of news) radio station. Several sources including afternoon host LaDona Harvey have confirmed to this KOGO alumna the following lineup, starting on Monday: 9 a.m. – 12 noon: Rush Limbaugh (No change here, KOGO …

A Sit Down with Roger Hedgecock Part IV: The Nanny State, Father Joe’s Villages, Giving Back to Our Military

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This is the fourth and final part of my interview with San Diego’s Roger Hedgecock, nationally syndicated talk show host. He is heard locally on KOGO 600 AM. You can read Part I of my interview with Hedgecock here. You can read Part II here. You can read Part III here. A major theme on Hedgecock’s talk show is the …

A Sit Down With Roger Hedgecock Part III: National Politics, Presidential Timber, Social Media

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This is the Part III of my interview with San Diego’s Roger Hedgecock, nationally syndicated talk show host. He is heard locally on KOGO 600 AM. You can read Part I of my interview with Hedgecock here. You can read Part II here. I asked Hedgecock his take on national political figures worth following, in particular ones that are suitable …