January 10, 2013, guests June Ahern and Jim Fetzer

Chuck and Mike welcomed June Ahern and Jim Fetzer to the show.
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City of Redemption

City of Redemption

June Ahern is an excellent writer whose books kept me from sleeping until I’d finished them. I loved The Skye in June, invited her to the shoe, and then read City of Redemption and enjoyed it even more. The fascinatingly complex heroines in her novels share a similar background with each other and with the author herself: born in Glasgow, emigrated to San Francisco, lived in “The Castro.” The books and their protagonists are quite different, yet the underlying theme of overcoming the past and dealing with the now permeates each one. Her characters are wonderful and her depiction of the Haight is full of detail. She says she lived through it and remembers it–quite an achievement 😉
To see more and buy the books visit www.juneahern.com
Jim Fetzer is an editor at Veterans Today

Jim Fetzer is an editor at Veterans Today

Our new monthly columnnist Jim Fetzer started off with a bang. His detailed and incisive analysis of the Sandy Hook evidence was enough to move me off the fence on gun control. I had been leaning toward making guns illegal, because I am by my very nature strongly against violence. Yet, I had reservations, and when I heard Jim discuss the likelihood that Sandy Hook was a staged ‘black op’ just like 9/11 and most other events of national importance. We are under attack by our own government and they are winning.
Many of Jim Fetzer’s writings can be found at Veterans Today. Visit www.veteranstoday.com/author/fetzer/

The News from Mount Liberty was one of the best, and other monologues and assorted bits were very good.

Jim Fetzer

Jim is a monthly columnist appearing the second week of each month. James Henry Fetzer (born December 6, 1940) is a philosopher of science and conspiracy theorist. Since the late 1970s, Fetzer has worked on assessing and clarifying the forms and foundations of scientific explanation, probability in science, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of cognitive […]