On the next Story Told, the final of two parts in Michael McCusker’s original dystopian short story; a mixture of Orwell’s authoritarianism and Robert Heinlein’s warnings of theocracy to make “Evangelica 5440.”
On the next Story Told, the first of two parts in Michael McCusker’s original dystopian short story; a mixture of Orwell’s authoritarianism and Robert Heinlein’s warnings of theocracy to make “Evangelica 5440.”
On the next Story Told, Politifact’s 2021 lie of the year: “Lies about the Jan. 6 Capitol attack and its significance.” Also, Michael congratulates Joanne Rideout on her countless years of KMUN service, and mourns her retirement.
On the next Story Told, from the KMUN vault, an excerpt of the final Words Words Words program, hosted by Dire Day, as transcribed and read by Michael McCusker. And in closing for this year, “Resolutions for 2022,” which are, exactly the same as the previous resolutions
On the next Story Told, a Christmas-adjacent program featuring Santa Claus, who’s recently been suspected of smuggling cocaine across the boarder from the North Pole in “Snowtime for Santa.” Also, an excerpt from “The Complete Kwanzaa: Celebrating Our Cultural Harvest,” by Dorothy Winbush Riley. And finally, by Michael McCusker, “Born to be a Rebel.”
On the next Story Told, Michael McCusker delivers an original rant pertaining to the Bill of Rights. Also, from Dr. Robert Brake, “The Bill of Rights: America’s Greatest Afterthought?” And finally, “Mark Meadows has already established a coup plot. Do we care enough to stop him?,” written by Jennifer Rubin.
On the next Story Told, Michael McCusker presents “On the Occasion of the 80ᵗʰ Anniversary of Pearl Harbor.” Also, Dr. Robert Brake gives a “Bizarre Suggestion,” being a lyrically practical homage to the DC-3 Airliner. Finally, redressing a longtime mischaracterization in “Why Norman Rockwell left Thanksgiving Americana behind,” by Andrew L. Yarrow
On the next Story Told, Michael McCusker delves into the Oregon’s Citizen’s Alliance, otherwise known as the O.C.A., in “Petition of Prejudice.” Also, “Arthur’s House” from Katrin Bridget Snow, and poetry from Juanita Huebner, “Walking Tour of Astoria.”
On the next Story Told, Robert Jensen gives “No Thanks to Thanksgiving,” while Michael McCusker merely gives some personal observations. Additionally, to conclude the program, “Evergreen” by Jim Dott.
On the next Story Told, all about JFK’s assassination in Dan Armstrong’s “Dearth of a President.” Additionally, by Robert Reich, “What Happens When a Congressman Threatens a Colleague With Violence.”