December 2009

  • Daily Topics - Wednesday December 30th 2009

    new year resolution imagesWarm Welcome to our newest radio station KWAI 1080 AM in Honolulu, HI (where it's expected to be 82 degrees today!!)

    Hour One - Are we asking the wrong question about how to stop terrorism?

  • Please Help the Salem Children's Village If You Can...

    salem imagesBack in 1978, Louise and I started a community for abused children, the New England Salem Children's Village, on Stinson Lake in Rumney, New Hampshire.  A decade later we added a school to the property, the Hunter School, for ADHD kids.

  • Sen Jim DeMint - Terrorists or Unions?

    tsa union imagesThe TSA - which keeps us safe from airplane bombers - is without a director.  Why would one of our most vital security agencies be headless?  Well, it's actually quite simple.

  • Transcript: Thom Hartmann asks Howard Bloom, is global capitalism on its last legs? 3 Dec '09

    Thom Hartmann: Well, you know, sometimes you know what you know and sometimes you know what you don’t know and sometimes well, sometimes even as the Firesign Theater is fond of noting, everything you know is wrong. “You know that you’re wrong, but you fear you’re right! You suspect you’re out of sync. You think that you’re out of your mind. Everything you know is wrong.” Is everything you know about pretty much everything in the world wrong?

  • Limousine Conservatives at it Again....

    wealthy man imagesRepublican Sen. Jim DeMint has used the attempted attack on a airplane bound for Detroit to go after working-class Americans.

  • Wednesday 23 December '09 show notes

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  • Topics:
    • Do the Democrat's have a secret plan...shhhh, don't tell anyone...to get health care passed?
    • Class Warfare...who's winning, rich or poor?
    • What makes you happy about the holidays...family & friends or commercialism?!
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    Who Should an Economy Serve?

    The top one percent own half of all the world's assets. In stark contrast, the bottom fifty percent of the world owns less than one percent. According to the 2014 Global Wealth Report from Credit Suisse, global inequality has surged since the 2008 financial collapse. The report explains that while global wealth has more than doubled since the year 2000, the vast majority of overall growth has gone to those who were already wealthy.