January 2010

  • Wednesday 27 January '10 show notes

    • Guests:
      • Bill Bradbury, Candidate for Oregon Governor; former Oregon Secretary of State, is proposing a "Bank of Oregon" if elected.
      • Eric Hensal, "Designated human" at "Murray Hill Inc. for Congress" campaign.
      • Bill Weise, Real Estate Agent, Evangelist, Author, who says he actually spent "23 Minutes in Hell"
  • Tuesday 26 January '10 show notes

    • Guests:
      • TV presenter, radio host, entrepreneur, broadcaster and journalist Max Keiser.
      • Conservative John O'Hara, Assistant Director of Communications at the Heartland Institute, contributor to Big Government dot com and author of "A New American Tea Party: The Counterrevolution Against Bailouts, Handouts, Reckless Spending, and More Taxes".
    • Topics:
  • Finally Bipartisanship.....

    bipartanship imagesFinally President Obama got the bi-partisanship he wanted.  Just one day after he asked for more in the State of the Union, uber-bankster Ben Bernanke was confirmed for a second term as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board.

  • Sam Alito had a Joe Wilson moment last night.....

    corporate personhood imagesSam Alito had a Joe Wilson moment last night. President Obama took a shot at the Supreme Court's ruling to roll back limits on corporate spending on political campaigns in his State of the Union.

  • Monday 25 January '10 show notes

    • Today's newsletter has details of today's guests and links to the major stories and alerts that Thom covered in the show, plus lots more. If you haven't signed up for the free newsletter yet, please do. If you missed today's newsletter, it is in the archive.
  • What will Joe Wilson yell out tonight?

    angry imagesAccording to a report in the Wall Street Journal, Raum Emanuel told a liberal strategy group that a plan to run advertisements against conservative Democrats who were "balking at Mr. Obama's health-care overhaul" was grossly unwise. "F—ing retarded," Mr.

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    GOP Blocks Equal Pay...again.

    Just in time for election season, Senate Republicans blocked legislation aimed at closing the gender pay gap. For the third time since 2012, Republicans refused to allow debate on the Paycheck Fairness Act, and reminded women that the GOP doesn't believe in equal pay for equal work.