Today on the program - January 14th 2008

Hour One - Thom challenges Dr. Lyle H. Rossiter, Jr www.libertymind.com on his book - The Liberal Mind: The Psychological Causes of Political Madness!

Hour Two - Topics: Should Democrats vote in the Republican Michigan Primary?

Are computers considered "your papers" under the 4th Amendment?

Hour Three - Brent Baker www.tristatebiodiesel.com Topic - "Everything You Always Wanted to Know" about Biodiesel.

Guest: Richard L. Trumpca www.aflcio.org Topic: Labor & Economics

"Unequal Protection: How Corporations Became People."

Thom Hartmann Here with an excerpt from my book “Unequal Protection: How corporations became “people” - and how you can fight back.”
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