Actual photo of Larson doing research in 1957.

Friday, July 17, 2009


Despite Ted Kennedy's absurd scare tactics about Judge Robert Bork's nomination to the Supreme Court, life goes on and the truth is revealed. As Sen. Kennedy hopes the nation doesn't remember that, in addition to the Apollo 11 anniversary, this weekend also marks four decades since Chappaquiddick. To this day, he must thank heaven that Apollo pushed his driving-and-Mary Jo-problem out of the news.

On Monday's KCBQ radio show (7-9AM Pacific on 1170AM and we'll remember it all. Guests include astronaut Charlie Duke, the man heard communicating (from Mission Control) with Neil and Buzz on that first moon landing, July 20, 1969. And we'll talk with Tracy Caldwell, a new astronaut now in training to spend six months on the International Space Station in 2010. And yes, Judge Robert Bork will be with us to assess the state of the US Supreme Court, with Sotomayor, and much more. The Judge's new book ("A Time to Speak") demonstrates why he should have been confirmed to the highest court, were it not for Teddy's incendiary rhetoric.

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