The attack on KSFO

Thomas Lifson
KSFO radio in San Francisco is one of the most important talk-format stations in the country. It enjoys very good ratings, but more importantly, it is the flagshhip for the hearty band of conservatives in the Bay Area. The old saying that "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger" applies to Bay Area conservative, a group which includes Thomas Sowell, Shelby Steele, the late Milton Friedman, and many other thinkers, including Noel Sheppard and yours truly. In a metropolis of six and half million, even if only 15% are conservative, that is a million people. A significant number of motivated conservatives

KSFO has been under concerted attack by left wing bloggers, seeking to shut it down, in effect. Our contributor Noel Sheppard has a long post at Newsbusters that tells you everything you need to know about the case. It is fascinating that conservatives tend to respond to lefties by making counter-arguments, while leftists try to silence conservatives.

Full disclosure: it is probably fair to call me a "friend of the show" for the Lee Rodgers and Melanie Morgan Show, the program under attack. I am not a disinterested observer.
KSFO radio in San Francisco is one of the most important talk-format stations in the country. It enjoys very good ratings, but more importantly, it is the flagshhip for the hearty band of conservatives in the Bay Area. The old saying that "what doesn't kill you makes you stronger" applies to Bay Area conservative, a group which includes Thomas Sowell, Shelby Steele, the late Milton Friedman, and many other thinkers, including Noel Sheppard and yours truly. In a metropolis of six and half million, even if only 15% are conservative, that is a million people. A significant number of motivated conservatives

KSFO has been under concerted attack by left wing bloggers, seeking to shut it down, in effect. Our contributor Noel Sheppard has a long post at Newsbusters that tells you everything you need to know about the case. It is fascinating that conservatives tend to respond to lefties by making counter-arguments, while leftists try to silence conservatives.

Full disclosure: it is probably fair to call me a "friend of the show" for the Lee Rodgers and Melanie Morgan Show, the program under attack. I am not a disinterested observer.