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If it happened today, let’s talk about it tonight on The Jim Bohannon Show. From on scene reporters to guest experts and newsmakers, Jim’s guests provide perspective on world events. You’ll hear from the top names in politics, entertainment and music, and we take your calls too! It’s all on the Jim Bohannon Show!

Jim Bohannon Westwood One

    • 4.5, 43 Ratings

If it happened today, let’s talk about it tonight on The Jim Bohannon Show. From on scene reporters to guest experts and newsmakers, Jim’s guests provide perspective on world events. You’ll hear from the top names in politics, entertainment and music, and we take your calls too! It’s all on the Jim Bohannon Show!

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

isimrace ,

Glad to hear his voice

I didn't know Jim still had a show. He sounds exactly like the last time I heard him which I think was around 2001. His pragmatic demeanor actually helped me deal with the 9-11 attacks. I only heard one show but he seems to have turned to a bit of a conservative leaf which made me happy. Thanks Jim.

justmescp ,

Reparations bill

As a first generation American and someone whose grandfather was in a concentration camp during World War II. I can empathize with the families wanting something, some acknowledgment of what their forefathers have gone through.

Instead of money, because no money can ever pay for the hurt the humiliation the disgrace the pain the dehumanization that their forefathers went through. Money would only cheap in the experience.

My opinion is that the government make a memorial a big beautiful memorial for those that were slaves whether they be black, Chinese, Native American, or Irish.
It needs to be known that the government is looking for names of slaves to put on this memorial. There needs to be an empty spot. This empty spot will represent all those that died during transport, all those that died without a name, without family, without ever being considered human. This memorial needs to be special it needs to represent forgiveness, the coming together of a nation that realized that slavery was wrong and it will not repeat such a sin again.
Now that’s how we we pay homage to the past we admit what we did wrong . We acknowledge and admit and vow never do it again.

shepsters6 ,

Need better phone screener

Jim either has a high percentage of nut-jobs listening to his show or they just let too many on the air.

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