I listened to him last night on some station out of Utah I think. I didn’t know he was back on the radio. I wish they would put him back on the local talk radio station here in northeastern Arizona. He cracks me up.
It will be interesting to see if Levin will make snide remarks about him on the same station. I like both of them, but they apparently don’t like each other.
Is that 9-11 AM or PM?
Chris Plante currently on WMAL 9-12 AM but has had a stand in this week who was very evasive(?) about when he would be back.
While I like listening to Savage, I do get a bit tired of
his hyper self-promotion, particularly with his book promotions, and continuous rehashing of his past.
There have been a few times lately when I have just clicked him off.
Am I being overcritical?
Oh Oh the ANOINTED ONE will not be happy with Savage banging away at his leadership. Michael better watch his cioppino from aliotos as Obummer might poison it.
Congratulations to Savage.
Laura Ingraham is off the air now, due to failure to come to an agreement with her syndicator.
Syndicators are killing the goose that lays the golden eggs. And the geese are going elsewhere.
I occasionally scroll into savage trying to find something interesting to listen to. Why is it, everytime I do he spends 14 minutes talking about what he had for dinner the night before and how it made him ill? Is he a food critic or a political commentator? I vote the former and turn it over to the FM side of the dial as I cannot stand the whiny uncle at thanksgiving complaining that the turkey is too dry and the wine is no good.
Savage Nation on WMAL, weekdays 9-11 pm.
Maryland “Freak State” PING!
Not the first time he’s been on in DC. He used to be carried in his old time slot by WTNT, first on 570, then on 730.
WMAL is a much stronger, more desirable signal.
Good to see him clipped by an hour. That will force him to jettison the fluff about his stupid dogs, etc., and focus on his biting commentary and impressive wit. Savage is a great American, as is (even more so) Mark Levin, who Savage ironically follows in NYC - Levin despises “Weiner”, even though they are similar in many ways. I enjoy them both. I find Rush’s re-reading of Drudge links and Hanraty’s Cliff Notes “conservatism” unbearable. I listen to Savage, Levin and John Batchelor.
I’m so glad that savage is back on the NYC radio.
WABC has a huge listening audience.
Since they are on the same station, Mark Levin can’t say anything negative about savage anymore! It must be frustrating, LOL.