If you ask them do they have it written? Will they give you the document with the policy in writing? Do they have reasons? Do other companies like insurance companies or landlords have tell them to be gin free?

If they have reasons could someone change their minds? What would it take? Fear? Employee pressure?

How has the NRA’s push to have more guns everywhere impacted your company’s policies?

If you want to support your company’s policies could you?

It’s hard to support what we think is common sense, but you might have to. If you don’t, people who think guns a ARE the common sense solution will.

Radio Hosts Bring Guns into Studios, Violating Firearm Policies. Response Salem CEO Astinger? (NASDAQ: SALM)

I’ve been listening to the fringes of talk radio for years. The people running the media companies that distribute these shows usually don’t listen. If they did they would be appalled. The hosts often say things that would never be allowed if that host worked in that company’s office.

What would get someone fired for sexual harassment or bigotry is classified, “entertainment” since supposedly off the air the hosts follow the corporate HR guidelines and their words or actions are different.

While listening to Armed American Radio, carried nationwide by Salem Communications Corporation, (NASDAQ: SALM) I heard the two hosts talk about ignoring signs about no guns in the studio. I got confirmation they did bring their guns into the studio and it sounded like they violated the corporation policy when doing so. Salem is the top Christian broadcast radio company in the nation and the third ranked radio company overall, but no one from headquarters wanted to talk to me about the policies or consequences for violation so I wrote them one of my patented Spocko letters to ask about the apparent disconnect between their corporate stance on firearms and what their hosts are saying and doing on . . . → Read More: Radio Hosts Bring Guns into Studios, Violating Firearm Policies. Response Salem CEO Astinger? (NASDAQ: SALM)

Lee Rodgers is Dead

I’m of the view that you shouldn’t speak ill of the dead when you first learn about their death.

That is a time for all the friends and family to say good things about them.

Radio Host Lee Rodgers is dead


It’s Spock, do you care?

“It’s Spock! Do You Care?” with Zachary Quinto from Billy on the Street

>Well I care. Now if they had said, ‘It’s Spocko, do you care?” I’m sure they would get a better response.