The Mark Larson Show

The Mark Larson Show

Mark Larson is widely known as one of our community's most honest and intelligent voices, as well as a man deeply committed to causes close to the hearts of San Diegans. Listen to Mark and his unique view points Monday through Friday 10am - 12pm on AM 760 in San Diego... Show More

Episodes

July 3, 2020 43 min
What would the Founding Fathers say about a governor telling us that the "notion of independence" is wearing a mask and staying home for the holiday?

Major Garrett (CBS News Senior Washington Correspondent) updates us on his show "The Takeout" with a preview of what former NSA to President Trump, John Bolton, has said in recent days.
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July 3, 2020 43 min
Dr. Burt Folsom (Hillsdale College) explains the history and importance of Independence Day.

Mayor Steve Vaus (Poway) explains why his city is putting on 2 fireworks shows this year.

Stephen Moore (Heritage Foundation) expands on the latest jobs report that has caused a lot of consternation in Washington, D.C.
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Jim Kidrick (President & CEO, San Diego Air & Space Museum) provides insight on why museums shouldn't be banned from patrons' attendance due to the Coronavirus, especially with the new protocols the museum itself is providing for a safer environment.

Kristin Gaspar (SD County Board of Supervisors) comments on the latest from the county's public health director and why the latest closures of businesses are bringin...
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Dr. Simone Gold (MD, JD, FABEM) is a board certified emergency physician, and she provides another perspective on the latest positive test numbers going up, and how it's really not a relevant number anymore.

James Hirsen (NewsMax.com) comments on the latest analysis and wrist-slapping by Governor Gavin Newsom.
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Scott Sherman (San Diego City Council) gives an update on City Hall's attempts to battle the coronavirus and how the city and state need to keep some perspective.

Michael Reagan unleashes a tirade or two on anything from Governor Newsom to Major League Baseball amid the pandemic.
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July 1, 2020 39 min
San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore lays out his department's steps to enforce social distancing and will cite and arrest if health orders are blatantly disobeying such directives.

Tim Graham (NewsBusters.org) points out the mainstream media hiding the fact Joe Biden was questioned about his "cognitive health."
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California State Senator Brian Jones poses a hypothetical, among many, on how the state is just going backwards in a number of ways and not really moving forward.
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June 30, 2020 41 min
Tom Del Becarro (PoliticalVanguard.com) comments on the latest closures handed down by Governor Newsom.
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How can Governor Gavin Newsom continue to go back and forth on stay-at-home orders and closing of work establishments when the numbers are so skewed one way and not enforced properly?
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Dr. Joel W. Hay (Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical and Health Economics, USC School of Pharmacy) says Governor Newsom will bring the hammer down on California despite the wrong information being relayed.

Also, Jim Desmond (SD County Board of Supervisors) expands on the latest moves from Governor Newsom in closing bars across numerous counties with San Diego not being affected by it yet.
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Dr. Mona Hacker, M.D. (Director of Horizon Clinical Research) gives some perspective as to why the San Diego County Public Health Director is wrong in thinking private residences shouldn't host get-togethers until 2021.
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June 26, 2020 39 min
Susan Shelley (VP of Communications, Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association) gives some salient points on the budget crisis in California amid the pandemic.

Stephen Moore (The Heritage Foundation) talks about the House of Representatives trying to extend the personal paycheck protection program through January 2021.
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John Bolton says President Trump is worried about Americans reading his book, not foreigners. Listen as Mark Larson asks Bolton about the criticism being waged against him by the president and more.
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Lt. Col. (Ret.) Buzz Patterson has some thoughts about the scathing book that John Bolton penned against President Trump's administration.
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President Trump's former National Security Adviser John Bolton discussed his blockbuster book, "The Room Where It Happened," and how he would've voted in the Senate impeachment trial against the POTUS, deep-state allegations against Bolton, and why the current administration is attempting to suppress his book.
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Michael Reagan (President, Reagan Legacy Foundation) comments on the latest updates from Governor Gavin Newsom on the highest daily jump in total tests and positive cases of the Coronavirus in California.
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Scott McEwen is a lawyer by trade, and a best-selling author. He comments on the latest judicial decision by an appeals court to have the lower court grant the D.O.J.'s request to dismiss all charges against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.

Tim Graham (Executive Editor, NewsBusters.org) chimes in on the likes of MSNBC constantly finding a way to remain monotonous in terms of content yet claiming President Trump wi...
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Pat Boone re-releases a song he wrote following the riots in L.A. after the Rodney King trial verdict, and now it's being used to hopefully bring everyone together in these tumultuous times today.

Nick Canepa (San Diego Union Tribune) opines on whether sports should come back amid the pandemic even with taking such strong precautions along the way.
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Tom Del Becarro (PoliticalVanguard.com) expands on the dull nature of Joe Biden's campaign and outreach while President Trump continues to draw thousands upon thousands amid a pandemic.

Bill Gertz (national security reporter, Washington Times) breaks a story on how the Chinese were robbed of a back-door purchase of the former XTRA 690 signal down in Mexico.
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Stephen Moore (economist, Heritage Foundation) puts forth the idea that the United States is the least-racist country in the world and yet we're so, metaphorically, heavily under fire for racist history.

Dr. Georgine Nanos, M.D., provides more perspective on how we should tackle the Coronavirus and easing restrictions, etc.
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