Nicole Sandler has worked in radio her entire adult life. After a successful career in music radio in NY and Los Angeles (WPLJ, KLOS, KSCA and others), she returned to talk radio to host mornings on then-progressive talk WINZ/Miami. After a flip to sports, she moved to Air America Radio for a nightly show. When AAR went off the air on Jan 21, 2010, Nicole Sandler moved online where she continues to question authority daily at

20220119 Nicole Sandler Show - Someone Had to Document the Insanity with Tim Devine

It's a busy day in DC. The senate continues debating the voting rights package, as a vote is planned for this evening at 6:30ET. All indications are that the vote will fail, but the goal is to get everyone one the record as to where they stand, Manchin and Sinema included. There is a question about what it would take to change the filibuster back to a talking filibuster... but I guess we'll see how it plays out tonight. At 4pm ET, President Biden is giving a rare press conference. My guest today is actually an old friend. I met Tim Devine when I was Music Director and on air at LA's Finest Rock fm 101.9 KSCA back in the mid-90s. Tim was an A&R guy for Capitol Records who brought John Hiatt up to the station, and was the guy who signed Bonnie Raitt to Capitol; the result was the groundbreaking album "Nick of Time." Tim and I became friends, though I haven't seen or spoke to him in probably 25 years. A few weeks ago, I saw a post on social media from him promoting his new book, "Days of Trump: The definitive chronology of the 45th President of the United States." My first thought was "WHY?" Then I reached out and invited him on the show. The fact is, someone had to document the insanity of those four years. We must remember and never let it happen again!