September 2009

  • September 9 2009 show notes

    • Guests:
      • Dan Gainor of the Business and Media Institute.
      • Jeff Milchen, Co-founder American Independent Business Alliance.
      • Roger Pilon, Vice President for Legal Affairs; B. Kenneth Simon Chair in Constitutional Studies Director, Center for Constitutional Studies at the CATO Institute.
  • September 8 2009 show notes

    • Guests:
    • Topics:
      • With the scalping of Van Jones, should we now consider Glen Beck a cult leader?
      • Does the picture of the dying marine suggest glorious heroism or worthless sacrifice?
      • Why does America have the most sick & twisted health care system in the developed world?
    • Bumper Music:
  • Citizens United v. Federal Election

    corporate psersonhood imagesThe Supreme Court could let loose restrictions on the influence of money in politics after it hears Citizens United v.

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    Martin O'Malley suspends presidential campaign after Iowa caucuses

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    And it's a serious criticism that's being thrown at Bernie.