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Inga Barks

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Bakersfield Californian


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Bakersfield Californian


KERN Radio


Talk Show Host

KMJ 580


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KMJ 580


Radio Personality and Conservative Pundit

KMJ 580


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Inga Barks
Home > News > Columnists > Inga Barks INGA BARKS: There are enough Cesar Chavez namesakes already BY INGA BARKS, Contributing columnist ibarks@bakersfield.com | Friday, May 20 2011 07:00 PM -- Inga Barks, who hosts a talk show on KMJ AM 580, is one of three community columnists whose work appears here every Saturday. These are the opinions of Barks, not necessarily The Californian. You can email her at ibarks@bakersfield.com.


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Inga Barks
Home > News > Columnists > Inga Barks -- Inga Barks hosts a talk show on KMJ AM 580. These are the opinions of Barks, not necessarily The Californian. You can e-mail her at ibarks@bakersfield.com.


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KMJ Talk Show Host Inga Barks - (559) 490-5858 - Inga.Barks@cbsradio.comRush Limbaugh - (800)282-2882 - rush@eibnet.com


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KMJ Commentator Inga Barks
Barks, who hosts a daytime radio talk show in Bakersfield and a similar evening show on KMJ radio in Fresno, is a conservative who loves to bash Democrats, liberals and environmentalists, who she labels as "humaphobes," a term she coined for me, according to her blog on the KMJ Web site. She knows little about water issues but that doesn't stop her from blathering the agribusiness party line of the moment, oblivious to the fact Big Ag is awash in subsidy programs that, as a conservative, she should despise. She doesn't have anything to do with the Latino Water Coalition as far as I can tell. However she has viciously attacked me on the air several times (as a typical environmentalist) and thus I include her here. Shortly after my controversial televised remarks about the pathology of farmworker culture in early February she posted the following comment, in part, on the Internet: "I am convinced that Mr. Carter is not a racist, but an elitist. He doesn't care about the laborer because he doesn't care about the farmer. He doesn't care about the farmer because he believes the bread basket of the world (Central California Valley) should be a desert where the blunt[-]nosed leopard lizard runs free. Regardless [of] race, he hates you, your car, your farm and your water faucet." Come now Inga, I hate water faucets? And stop calling the Valley a breadbasket because grains, which bread is made from, are mostly grown in the Midwest. You can call the San Joaquin Valley the Fruit Basket of the Nation, or the Lettuce Bowl of the Nation, but not the breadbasket. But, hey, it's right-wing talk radio, right? As Barks herself put it in an April column in the Bakersfield Californian: "Talk radio also gives a voice to people who actually believe in God without harassing them like they are some kind of uneducated, back-water, snake-handling, NASCAR-watching, country music-listening, intermarrying, group of bumpkins/possible terrorists.


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