KVML’s Special Programs This January

Happy New Year!!!!!

Politically speaking, 2016 will be an exciting year. There will be plenty of national, state and local races and issues leading up to the General Election on Tuesday November 8th.

Special Programming this month:

President Obama will deliver his final State of the Union Address next week, on Tuesday January 12th. The President will lay out his agenda for the year. KVML will carry the full address. Time to be determined. The President’s Address will be followed by the Republican’s response.

The first Republican Debate of the year will take place two days later on Thursday January 14th. This is hosted by the Fox Business Channel and will be carried on KVML. Time to be determined.

Two weeks later, there will be another Republican Debate on Thursday January 28th. This is hosted by Fox News Network and will be carried on KVML. Time to be determined.

Governor Jerry Brown will deliver his annual State of the State Address later this month. The date and time has yet to be announced. KVML Radio will carry the Governor’s Address.

Thank you for listening to AM 1450 KVML.

Raise The Minimum Wage?

Joe Pags, a San Antonio talk show host recently sat in for J.D. Hayworth on NewsMax Television. Pags gives his strong opinion regarding the minimum wage.

BBC Showcases Twain Harte Lake’s Rock Explosions

“World’s Weirdest Events” is a television show on BBC2. In an episode aired two months ago, viewers were treated to the mystery of the Twain Harte Lake rock explosions, which occurred on August 3rd, 2014. This tabloid-style show makes a mountain out of an exfoliating rock.

Pop Hudson Sing 2015

The Tuolumne County Visitors Bureau staff, Board of Directors and supporters participated this last Friday at the traditional Pop Hudson Sing. It was held this year at Coffill Park in Sonora. Here’s the view from behind the microphones.

MSNBC Host Suggests That Star Wars Is Racist

A new Star Wars movie hits the movie theaters this Friday. But not everyone is happy about it. MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry went into a mini-rant about racism in Star Wars. She complained about Darth Vader being “totally a black guy” who was “terrible, bad and awful and was cutting off white men’s hands and did not claim his son”. Harris-Perry then said that after Darth Vader became white, he became good and claimed his son. Comcast owns MSNBC.