March 2010

  • Daily Topics - Friday March 5th 2010

    bernie imagesHour One: "Brunch With Bernie" Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spends the hour with Thom discussing the issues and answering listener questions ww

  • Even Mountaintop Miners can love Cats and Dogs

    cat imagesAppalachian activists are very upset that the U.S. Humane Society has announced that it will give its “2009 Humane Legislator of the Year” to the greatest congressional defender of mountaintop removal — House Natural Resources Committee Chairman Nick Rahall (D-WV).

  • Wednesday 03 March '10 show notes

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  • Daily Topics - Thursday March 4th 2010

    healthcare is right imagesQuote:  “Liberalism is trust of the people tempered by prudence.

  • Janitor vs. CEO

    janitor imagesMinneapolis janitor Rosalina Gomez said she didn't get it at first that she was cleaning up the offices of the CEO of the bank that had her foreclose her d home. The CEO is Richard Davis of Minneapolis-based

  • Tuesday 02 March '10 show notes

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      • Is taxing unhealthy food more effective than subsidizing healthy food?
      • Do guns and alcohol mix? They do in Virginia!
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    US airdrops ammunition to rebels fighting ISIL in Syria

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    Community Archive

    We Shouldn't Honor Genocidal Colonialists-End Columbus Day Now

    Today, while millions of people across America are celebrating Columbus Day, the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico is doing something different -- it’s celebrating Indigenous People’s Day.

    It’s using the second Monday in October as a chance to raise awareness about the cultural contributions of the people who lived on this continent long before the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria crossed the Atlantic.