By Tim Taylor, Jan. 17, 2020 An online poll by Reuters News Service and Ipsos research firm on January 16th shows Senator Bernie Sanders (with 20%) just ahead of former […]
KNSJ is looking for volunteers to produce and host public affairs or music shows, and for all types of tasks. No experience required. Be part of San Diego’s true independent […]
Join KNSJ and Activist San Diego at our Year End Midwinter Party. It will be December 16th at 7 pm at the Joyce Beers Community Center at 3900 Vermont St. […]
Join Activist San Diego and KNSJ at our Midwinter Party. At Joyce Beers Community Center 3900 Vermont St.
KNSJ is egaged in a winter campaign to solict investments in the station’s future. We intend to raise $7500 to fund KNSJ’s mission of social justice. A generous KNSJ supporter […]
KNSJ would like to take this opportunity to thank all of its supporters over the years. We are wishing you and yours happy holidays and a great New Year.
John de Plume November 25, 2019 We know that Russia meddled in the 2016 Presidential elections for the purpose of sowing doubt about our system and helping Donald Trump win. […]
Tim Taylor November 3, 2019 You have, no doubt, heard people describe the Senate’s role in the impeachment process as that of a jury. That analogy is flawed on a […]
Floyd Morrow was born Jan. 20, 1933 in Wichita Falls, Texas. When he was 4 years old his mother, who was in poverty and in declining health, put he and […]
On August 2nd, Corey Briggs discussed on KNSJ’s East County Magazine Show the reasons he is running for City Attorney. Mr. Briggs is a public affairs lawyer who is widely […]