5. When privately funded and non-journalist produced shows are aired, they are not only crappy, they give out only one-sided or wrong information about important issues. For example, and I am sure listeners can provide others, when Warnock “interviewed” Jason Botel from KIPP and MDCAN on the air, there was no mention of the problems that have plagued KIPP charter schools around the country, such as kicking out students unfairly, providing substandard services etc., or of who MDCAN is, which is a Michelle Rhee, right-wing venture capital funded group that seeks to destroy unions. Even if you don’t agree with these characterizations, it is irresponsible to not mention the controversies. These are relevant, important aspects of covering local and national groups, which are completely left out when a rich guy decides to play charity man and uses his money to give coverage to his appointed ones. This is not a service to listeners; this violates the ethical rules of journalism. These shows need to get off of our airwaves.