"Ground Zero" is a local weekend late-night talkshow hosted by Clyde Lewis. Although Lewis has done considerable hours of unusual candor on 911 issues, the show was named years prior to the September 11 event.
In last night's edition of "Ground Zero," the Bush-protest police riot was touched upon, and a few local calls were taken on the issue. Lewis guest was Alex Jones, producer of a video called "911: The Road to Tyranny." Lewis announced that tonight's (Saturday, 8/24) show will feature open lines for the voices of witnesses, victims, and others seeking a forum in which to speak out about Thursday's demonstration and the conduct of the police.
Clyde Lewis' independent "Ground Zero" show airs on Portland's KOTK, 1080 AM, from 10:00 PM to 1:00 AM. The local call-in number is (503)250-1080. There is also an 800 line (which I don't have handy but will be announced). For those out of range, the show can also be heard on the Internet at www.kotk.com. KOTK runs 50 kilowatts by day, but reduced power at night. Lewis' own website is www.groundzero.com.