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

Episodes

June 29, 2022 38 min
El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells talks with us about the expanded homeless problem and the County’s new proposal to build a multiple unit housing facility for homeless in Lakeside. El Cajon has seemed to do a better job on homeless than the county.
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Immigration attorney Esther Valdes Clayton talks about the border crisis and this week's deadly incident in Texas. Are similar pressures coming here? Then, Steve Hilton from Fox News and California Rebel Base joins us, talking about rebate schemes from Sacramento and other California issues.
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Dan Plante of KUSI joins us to talk about why the vendors at Mission beach are still there. Then, Michael Schwartz, president of San Diego County Gun Owners PAC joins the show. In the wake of the US Supreme Court decision on guns, California’s AG has quietly gone along with fewer restrictions on the concealed carry weapons permit. However AG Rob Bonta has some other tricks up his sleeve. Finally, Maria Severson, attorney involved i...
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Tom Del Beccaro of politicalVanguard.com talks about Gavin Newsom and the state legislature's cash giveaway to offset gas prices… but not taxes. Plus the new ballot measure enshrining abortion in the state constitution. Then, Marc Morano from ClimateDepot.com joins us. America's energy options are being limited by politics (Green New Deal) and now we face potential brownouts and blackouts. Why are we in this mess and what ...
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June 27, 2022 38 min
Rep. Darrell Issa talk about the recent Supreme Court decisions and other big issues that have local impact. Then, Stephen Moore, our official economist, talks about inflation, food prices gas prices and latest schemes in Sacramento to provide gas price “relief“.
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Former San Diego City Council member Scott Sherman talks about today’s council decision on the 101 Ash St. debacle. The mayor wants it and the city attorney does not. Also, just in time for your summer fun, the council talking about banning beach fire pits again. Then we talk with Mike Reagan of the Regan Legacy Foundation about the SCOTUS decision announced today.
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More discussion of the SCOTUS decision on Roe v Wade with San Diego area attorney Wendy Patrick followed by CBS News Chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett who was at the Court today when the decision was announced.
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June 24, 2022 36 min
Local attorney Dan Eaton joins us to talk about this morning‘s blockbuster Supreme Court decision regarding Roe vs Wade. Then Steve Hilton from Fox News and California Rebel Base joins us about the Supreme Court decision, California chaos and Gavin Newsom pumped up as a presidential candidate. Meanwhile no gas relief, homeless in his crime and increasing pressures.
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We talk with the John Dillon, lead attorney for the San Diego Gun Owners PAC about today's SCOTUS decision on the NY gun law. Then we head to Kyiv, Ukraine, to speak with Nadya Vasina for the latest on what's happening on the ground there. Then SD area attorney Dan Eaton has more on today's SCOTUS decision.
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In this busy hour we talk with attorney Wendy Patrick about the big Supreme Court decisions including the NY gun law. Then, Dr. Kelly Victory, MD, talks about how government officials are pushing COVID-19 vaccinations for six months and up. Is this necessary and when does this stop? Finally, Scott Walker, former governor of Wisconsin & now President of Young Americas Foundation. He talks about the Biden gas tax holiday and othe...
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June 22, 2022 36 min
Joe Biden presents his idea for a gas tax holiday while continuing to blame Putin for his failures. We listen in on his announcement. Today is the first day of the supposed crack-down on street vendors in San Diego. We talk about this with local attorney Michael Curran.
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That's what the ;eft are saying. You don't seem to have your priorities straight. We talk about this and more with John Bolton, former National Security Advisor to the President and former US Ambassador to the United Nations and with Tim Graham from Newsbusters.org, exposing the latest media bias in national news.
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Mark on the Capitol Riot Committee Proceedings. Also Mark talks to Tom Del Beccaro, from political Vanguard.com about the Sacramento budget.
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June 21, 2022 36 min
Mark talks with Carl DeMaio about Mayor Todd Gloria's proposal to buyout leases of the Ash street building.
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June 20, 2022 37 min
We talk with Don Billings, former chair of the City of San Diego Independent Rates Oversight Committee, about what’s really happening in the water restrictions and how it’s not a crisis for San Diego County in reality. We also talk with Poway mayor Steve Vaus about the debut of the cities new and improved 911 system.
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June 20, 2022 38 min
We get the latest on what's happening at the international border with Mark A. Morgan, former acting director of U.S. Customs and Border Protection and ICE. Then, Burt Folsom, historian, Hillsdale College professor and Young America’s Foundation talks about the history of Juneteenth.
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Ben Evans who is a business owner in the University Heights neighborhood joins us to talk about the City stealing parking spots on Park Blvd. Then we talk about the latest doings in Washington, DC with Major Garrett, Chief Washington correspondent for CBS News.
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June 17, 2022 36 min
Why can't Joe see it? We talk with Stephen Moore, our official economist, about a tough week for America’s economy. What’s next? We also chat with Mark Meuser, candidate for US Senate in California.
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Jessica Millan Patterson, CA GOP Chair joins us. Any chance for Republicans in the upcoming midterm election? and what’s the deal with no gas tax relief from Sacramento? Then, Richard Bailey, Mayor of Coronado, with his view on the controversy over border sewage that is now closing the beaches at Coronado as well for 18 days and counting.
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Andy Puzder, former nominee for US secretary of labor and CEO of CKE Enterprises. What’s next with the big red increase, inflation and supply chain pressures? Then, Serge Dedina, Mayor of Imperial Beach, talks about the latest border sewage problem that could close down beaches all the way up to Coronado all summer long. Why can’t this be solved after decades of the same problem?
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