jene-photoJene Galvin was born on a mountain top in Tennessee, greenest state in the land of …., no wait, that was Davy Crockett. Jene grew up in Cincinnati and got schooled twice by the Jesuits before a long career of inventing and implementing urban magnet high schools. Along the way he toiled in politics, which started his 45-year friendship with Jerry Springer. A few years back he worked on Jerry’s Air America radio show as a sidekick and writer. Today he’s an adjunct education professor at Xavier University and writes articles for Cincinnati Magazine. As the executive producer of the Jerry Springer Podcast, he doesn’t ask for much. “I just want to leech off Jerry’s celebrity a bit longer so I could have a dignified retirement, maybe enough money to grow my own food in the backyard,” said Jene, pitifully.


Got a tale?

It says it right in our podcast’s title: Tales, Tunes and Tomfoolery. And you heard a good one when Freedom Rider David Fankhauser joined us for two episodes to tell his tale of riding a Trailways bus into the deep south to fight for racial justice in 1961. So as

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Hatin’ is Hurtin’

A new Gallup poll says for the first time since that company has been asking the question, more people self describe themselves as liberals than conservatives. Not only is this not a surprise, the future for Republicans could even be worse, all because of changing demographics and personal outlooks. Think

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