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Jerry Brown Aims Elsewhere As Republicans Careen Toward California Primary

William Bradley | Posted 07.20.2014 | Politics
William Bradley

In truth, it doesn't really matter for Brown which Republican he wallops in November. He will win a record fourth term as California's governor in a landslide, his third in four gubernatorial runs. What difference does it make how much he wins by?

Suspension For John And Ken Is Not Enough; Their Hate Speech Needs To Be Taken Off The Air

Nancy Meza | Posted 04.30.2012 | Latino Voices
Nancy Meza

The "John and Ken show" publicly announced my cell phone number and email address on air, which had been intended for media purposes only, and launched a national campaign asking for my deportation.

A Day Without Calumny

Jorge-Mario Cabrera | Posted 04.18.2012 | Latino Voices
Jorge-Mario Cabrera

I have been an active critic of the type of talk radio John and Ken Show on KFI AM640 represent: obtuse, callous, hate-filled propaganda against any and all groups not "American enough".

Time to Set the Record Straight

John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou | Posted 12.31.2011 | Los Angeles
John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou

Our airing of Jorge-Mario Cabrera's business cellphone number on the show was legal, but morally it wasn't the right thing to do. Doing it was a mistake. We've apologized, a lot, and we mean it.

Latino Leaders Unwavering: 'Take John and Ken Off the Air'

Alex Nogales | Posted 12.19.2011 | Latino Voices
Alex Nogales

For too long, John and Ken have spit venom for ratings and money. The time is now for the people to rise up and demand a more accountable media and to demand that John and Ken be removed from the air.

John and Ken: The Best Apology Is a Farewell Message

Jorge-Mario Cabrera | Posted 12.20.2011 | Los Angeles
Jorge-Mario Cabrera

If Clear Channel is sincere about their intent to serve Los Angeles' diverse communities they should take John and Ken off the air immediately.

John and Ken's Misguided Fury on Immigration

Jorge-Mario Cabrera | Posted 11.08.2011 | Los Angeles
Jorge-Mario Cabrera

It is clear we differ on how our beautiful nation benefits from its immigrant community but such differences should not descend into the abyss of destructive, racist, divisive demagoguery that passes for free speech.