February 2010

  • Daily Topics - Monday Feb. 15th 2010

    don't know much imagesHour Two: Ever wonder what dirt the textbooks missed on Abraham Lincoln & George Washington? Historian Kenneth Davis drops by www.dontknowmuch.com

  • The Choice....Medicare Part E or a 39% rate Hike?

    healthcare imagesDoes the  39 percent rate hike in Anthen Blue Cross's health insurance price for many Californians predict future costs in healthcare?  Wellpoint, which owns Anthen Blue Cross, says no, and blames the economy plus they say only a few policies are affected.

  • Transcript: Thom Hartmann asks Dale Robertson, founder of teaparty.org, what is going on in the tea party movement. 08 Feb '10.

    Thom Hartmann: You know, in 1935 Sinclair Lewis wrote a book called “It Can't Happen Here.” He said “When fascism comes to America it will be wrapped in a flag carrying a cross.” What’s going on in American politics right now? Are we seeing a rise, a populist uprising, a revolt? A genuine grassroots revolt on the right, and frankly on the left as well? In different forms, in various ways.

  • Transcript: Thom Hartmann asks, when will the revolution begin? 10 Dec '09.

    Is it time for a revolution? 'La Révolution' I just heard from the control room, thank you Jacob.

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  • Latest Headlines

    One Iowa Caucus Delegate Comes Down To Coin Toss

    The Iowa caucus convener flipped a coin. Bernie Sanders supporters called "heads" and it landed on tails.

    Bernie Sanders leads Hillary Clinton by 31 points in N.H.: Poll

    Sanders was at 61 percent support in the University of Massachusetts Lowell/7News poll, followed by Mrs. Clinton, at 30 percent

    Martin O'Malley suspends presidential campaign after Iowa caucuses

    The announcement came after O'Malley barely registered in Iowa against his better-known rivals Clinton and Sanders, failing to meet already low expectations

    Corporate-Managed Trade Deals Screw America

    The New Hampshire primary is now just one day away, and differences between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton couldn’t be clearer, especially when it comes to so-called free trade.

    While Secretary Clinton’s views on corporate-managed trade have changed a lot over the years, Bernie’s haven’t.