on Alabama/Southeast U.S. radio Monday morning (4/3)

WRJM talk show host Joe Fondren will be interviewing me on Monday morning at 815 Central time (915 Eastern time) regarding Attention Deficit Democracy.

Mr. Fondren mentioned that since the radio station is 100,000 watts, it reaches from Alabama into northern FLA and probably other adjoining turfs. WRJM is an FM station at 93.7 on the dial. Apparently, there is no Listen Live option on the Internet. 


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3 Responses to on Alabama/Southeast U.S. radio Monday morning (4/3)

  1. Tracy April 4, 2006 at 7:09 am #

    I heard your interview with Joe Fontana yesterday as I drove to Pensacola for another of the many doctors appointments that my disabled son requires. Is there possibly a transcript of the show out there somewhere? I want for all things, to write about it and link to it for a very well traffic liberal blog of which I am a member. It was very shocking yesterday morning listening to the two of you discuss all of the HUGE ENORMOUS TERRIFYING worries that our democracy is facing this minute. In the end I could handle the bit of heat you two dished out to liberals in light of what we all must do to protect or democracy right now this very minute. We can argue the small points tomorrow after we fix what has become of us all today.

  2. Jim April 4, 2006 at 12:17 pm #

    Tracy – thanks for your comment. I am glad you could catch the show. Joe Fondren is a thoughtful host and I enjoyed his penetrating comments and questions.

    I don’t think there is a transcript of the show. Joe might have a CD copy; I will email him and ask him.

    Most of the core ideas are from Attention Deficit Democracy. The Introduction chapter is online at http://www.lewrockwell.com/bovard/bovard19.html, and some of the key ideas of the book are online at http://www.jimbovard.com/ADD%20Epigrams.htm. I have links at http://www.jimbovard.com to a fair number of recent articles spun off from the book. The Newsday piece may be especially interesting.

    Good luck!

  3. Jim April 4, 2006 at 1:48 pm #

    Joe Fondren is one of those rare talk show hosts who has thought a great deal about the fundamental issues facing the American republic.

    Joe sent me a very kind blurb for the book – “Our modern-day Thomas Paine has done it again. In Attention Deficit Democracy Bovard bombards us with the same high level of unfettered ‘Common Sense’ perspective on freedom that we’ve come to expect from him.”