Here's what the LA Weekly's
March 21, 2014 edition has to say.
And this piece, considerably tamer, offers further proof that, if the Pacifica audience has stopped listening, the press hasn't. Author Jesse Walker, whose 2001 book on radio's alternative history, Rebels On the Air, included a somewhat distorted segment on WBAI, pretty much has his facts straight this time, but one might wish that he had dug deeper.
Here's yet another piece, this one, from The Villager, is by Paul DeRienzo. As with all these linked-to write-ups, be sure to read the readers' comments. This particular one drew response from former WBAI Program Director, Bernard White, who is currently a member of WBAI's LSB.
This one, from the March 21, 2014 issue of American Thinker, was written by Thomas Lifso. He calls it Death Throes at a Pillar of the American Left. Remember how LSB member Frank LeFever used to creep around with his repetitive, clueless call for WBAI promotion? Nobody's heard about the station, he used to complain, ignoring the fact that most of the program content he wanted people to know about had become unlistenable. Well, all this proves the old adage that one has to be careful when wishing for things—they just might come true.
Chaos at Pacifica