The Other Side of the News - Jan 21, 2013 - The Ohio Rights Group to legalize cannabis for therapeutic and industrial use

29:37 minutes (27.11 MB)

Bob Fitrakis and Mary Jane Borden discuss the new initative to amend the Ohio Constitution so that people may use cannabis for medical illnesses and use hemp for food, fuel, paper, and other uses.

We Made A Decision Already (Now GO HOME!!!!)

59:03 minutes (54.08 MB)

Tonight on the show, Election Results for U.S. President, and selected U.S. Senate & U.S. Congressional Races, plus Franklin County races for Ohio House, and the contested races in Franklin County government (Sheriff, Treasurer, Recorder, County Commissioner, Common Pleas Judge).

Biff and Raff chime in on the Presidential Election as well.

Hal David, Andy Williams, & Marvin Hamlisch (plus Political Corner 2012 Finale)

58:17 minutes (53.36 MB)

Tonight on the show, songs sung by the late singer Andy Williams (1927-2012), composed/conducted by the late Marvin Hamlisch (1944-2012), and/or songs with lyrics by the late lyricist Hal David (1921-2012).

And then, Political Corner wraps up its short run with a look ahead to Election Day, and an explanation of "The Redskins Rule" (SPOILER ALERT: It's bad news, unless you're a Romney supporter).

Let's Make A Decision Already

59:18 minutes (54.29 MB)

Tonight on the show, ALL THINGS Election!!!!

- U.S. President, U.S. Senate, Congress, Ohio House, Franklin County Races
- Sketches lampooning the Romneys and an Obama sketch lampooning TWO 1984 Reagan campaign ads
- Don't miss the last five minutes.

The Other Side of The News - Sept. 10, 2012

29:47 minutes (27.26 MB)

Bob and Connie talk about the felony case of madeline ffitch, who was arrested for protesting fracking in Athens Ohio

Conscious Voices Fracking the Wayne

58:31 minutes (53.57 MB)

Audio and commentary from the recent Open House encounter at the headquarters of the Wayne National Forest. Forest managers are hoping to lease parts of the forest for Fracking even before an environmental impact study (EIS) is done. Around 50 people attended to ask questions and voice concerns.

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