//Archives – December 2012
The Common Sense Show
Archives – December 2012
The Common Sense Show

December 30, 2012

Rebroadcast of November 25, 2012 Show


December 23, 2012

Rebroadcast of December 9, 2012 Fifth Anniversary Show


December 16, 2012 (Click to listen)

Tonight on The Common Sense Show with Dave Hodges, we welcome back John Cruz, an insider who exposed the HSBC banking scandal. You are not going to believe the latest.

Annie Deriso brings to the show her popular segment in which she covers the latest in the news, not covered in the mainstream media, and we will be having an extended open lines segment in which we post the question, “What is the most important thing that people need to know?”  And, “What can be done about that most important thing?”

December 9, 2012 (Click to listen)

Fifth Anniversary Show

Tonight, Dave and Annie welcome an all-star list of guests who have made an enormous contribution to the success of The Common Sense Show as we begin our 5th year. All guests will be asked the same two part question:

“What is the one thing that you think everybody should know”? And,

“What can we do about that one thing?”

Show Line Up and
Schedule of Appearances

(All times are Central) 12/9/2012

Jim Marrs 9:08-9:20p

Ty Bollinger 9:23-9:50p

Cassandra Anderson 10:00-10:20p

Roger Brown 10:20-10:40p

Barb Peterson 10:40- 11:05p

Diana Hunter 11:10-11:30p

Darren Weeks 11:30-115:0p

December 2, 2012 (Click to listen)

Dave and Annie begin the show by discussing Monsanto’s aggressive agenda and the ties it has with the U.S. government.

Later on Mike Maharrey, from the 10th Amendment Center, joins in to discuss nullification and the recent talk about succession.

In the second half of the show Kara Blake joins Dave and Annie to discuss the rampant pedophilia at the highest levels of finance and government.

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