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

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Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announces charges against one of the four former Minneapolis police officers in the death of George Floyd.

Kristin Gaspar (SD County Board of Supervisors) comments on the new easing of restrictions at county beaches starting Tuesday, June 2.

Major Garrett (CBS News Senior Washington Correspondent) shares his thoughts on the riots and protests in Minneapolis, but also on the breaking news of the u...
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You can sit on your towel on the beach in San Diego County starting Tuesday, June 2. Why not now?

Tim Graham (NewsBusters.org) shines a light on the national media continuing to follow in line with their narratives and virtue-signaling especially as part of covering the protests of George Floyd's murder in Minneapolis.
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Lou Penrose subbing in, and he chats with Michael Bracken (Development Management Group, Inc.) on the relocation of companies currently manufacturing items overseas, especially in southeast Asia, and bringing them back home to the United States.
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Lou Penrose fills in, and discusses with Jennifer Kerns (The Daily Caller, and Fox News contributor) the effect the mask-shaming has on schools, let alone out in public, on a national scale and at the local level, while also pointing out Dr. Fauci says we should wear masks in symbolic form.
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May 27, 2020 39 min
James Hirsen (NewsMax.com) analyzes the latest controversies involving presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden.
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The countdown to NASA & Space-X's launch of two American astronauts into space this afternoon. We hear about the significance of the mission from former astronaut and the youngest ever (out of 12 humans) to have walked on the Moon, and Apollo 16 lunar module pilot, Charlie Duke.
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Tom Del Becarro (PoliticalVanguard.com) discusses the lawsuits in California against Governor Newsom about his all-mail-in-ballot directive for the November election.

Jim Kidrick (President & CEO, San Diego Air & Space Museum) talks about the historic launch set to happen tomorrow for the first human going to space in nearly 9 years.
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Lt. Col. (Ret.) Buzz Patterson discusses the latest with Governor Gavin Newsom's attempts to thwart California's attempts to safely reopen.
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Mark talks re-opening our nation with former rep Darrell Issa and and local happenings with Poway Mayor Steve Vaus.
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Mark is joined by San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore and Dr Burt Folsom, author and historian.
from Hillsdale College
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May 22, 2020 38 min
Dr. Joel W. Hay (Director of USC Clinical Economics Research & Education) provides more insightful numbers on the deaths from coronavirus.

Major Garrett (CBS News) analyzes the most recent comments from Joe Biden and President Trump that really put them in the wrong light of both their bases.
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Stephen Moore (The Heritage Foundation) analyzes the latest unemployment numbers but still projects good things to come sooner than later for the American economy.

Joe Biden stepped in it big-time on a radio show with a black host and played the racist card with the wrong crowd.
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May 21, 2020 39 min
Jim Desmond and Kristin Gaspar are both on the San Diego County Board of Supervisors.. They're both sharing their thoughts on the late-night approval from Governor Gavin Newsom for the county to start making strides toward the reopening of salons, dine-in restaurants, and much more.
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Scott Sherman (SD City Council) heads up the Audit Committee and he says a city employee allegedly taking gifts from contractors, then padding those contractors' bids for them to get more money.

James Hirsen (NewsMax.com) analyzes the latest from Governor Gavin Newsom's plan to allow counties to start moving toward Phase 3 in reopening in California.
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May 20, 2020 38 min
George Allen (Former U.S. Senator, Former VA Governor) talks about social distancing and stay-at-home orders and how we need to take our freedom back in getting back to normal.

Lorie Zapf (President & CEO, Big Brothers Big Sisters) shines a light on how mental health needs a bigger spotlight than it's getting during quarantine for not just adults but kids as well.
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Tom Del Becarro (PoliticalVanguard.com) and Brian Jones (CA State Senator) analyze the latest comments from Governor Gavin Newsom and how he might be recalled or run out of town should he keep up his antics during the shutdown.

Tim Graham (NewsBusters.org) predicts what the mainstream media could have for tonight's evening news, and why national reporters are caught in double standards and hypocrisies while crying about Presiden...
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Andrew Puzder (Former CEO of CKE Enterprises, & Former Trump Pick for Labor Secretary) has a few words for Governor Gavin Newsom on easing restrictions to reopening California.

Rowan Scarborough (Washington Times) reminds us why the Russia investigation, Michael Flynn, etc., is still as important today as it was in the beginning.
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Scott Walker (former Wisconsin Governor) talks about the latest in Washington via the pandemic, and how excited he's getting to lead Young America's Foundation come January 2021 following the presidential inauguration.

Dr. David Samadi, M.D., (Madison Urology, Robotic Surgery, Urologic Oncologist) expands his thoughts on what we can expect with the second wave of the coronavirus in the coming months.
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Kristin Gaspar (SD County Board of Supervisors) expands on the latest developments of California's stay-at-home orders, as well as how casinos are reopening this week despite the governor's opposition to hold off for a little longer.

Stephen Moore (Heritage Foundation) and Michael Reagan (Reagan Legacy Foundation) chime in on the latest with California and the nation on how we're responding to the pandemic.
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May 18, 2020 39 min
Rachel Bovard (Conservative Partnership Institute) sheds light on the new law the House of Representatives passed to vote by proxy while they're "staying home."
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