November 2010

  • Daily Topics - Wednesday November 10th, 2010

    Quote of the Day: The corruption of journalistic integrity is always bad, but it becomes obscene under conditions of extreme media concentration as now exist. - Robert McChesney, Rich Media, Poor Democracy 1999

    Hour One: Have the Banksters taken down another country? Financial journalist Max Keiser, host of "The Keiser Report" on RT, will be here http:maxkeiser.com

  • Why Does a Cashed Strapped Mother Sell her Baby?

    You need to know this about our nation’s grim labor market. In Florida – a cash strapped mother of a newborn tried to sell her baby for $30,000 to pay off legal bills and buy a new car. Luckily the person she tried to make the sale to was an undercover cop and she was arrested. This case highlights a disturbing situation in our country though. Welcome to America – the home of a desperate underclass with no hope of finding a jo

  • Tuesday 9 November '10 show notes

    • Politicial commentator and fellow talk show host Bill Press, host of The Bill Press Show and author of the new book "Toxic Talk". "W's" new book...truth or spin?
    • If you use the Internet - you could be screwed.
    • Health Insurance industry whistle blower Wendell Potter, author of the new book "Deadly Spin". Will the Republicans kill health care?
  • Monday 8 November '10 show notes

    • Is Obama participating in the "giant sucking sound?"
    • Tom Pauken, the former head of the Republican Party of Texas. Why don't Republicans ever want business or billionaires to pay their fair share?
    • Financial Times columnist Greg Farrell, author of "Crash of the Titans". Money, Power and Corruption...how Wall Street ate your lunch.
  • Thom's blog - Tuesday November 9th, 2010

    You need to know what the big banks are up to. After Democrats passed Wall Street reform legislation earlier this year – big banksters are now trying to soften many of the new rules put in place to prevent another financial crisis. At a conference yesterday – Wall Street lobbyists and big bank CEO’s met to discuss ways to “reshape” new rules. Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman railed against what he called anti-Wall Street sentiments coming out of Washington and urged, “The financial system nearly shut down. It's only two years on.

  • Daily Topics - Tuesday November 9th, 2010

    Quote of the Day: Liberalism, above all, means emancipation - emancipation from one's fears, his inadequacies, from prejudice, from discrimination, from poverty. ~ Hubert H. Humphrey

    Hour One: "W's" new book...truth or spin? Politicial commentator and fellow talk show host Bill Press, host of The Bill Press Show and author of the new book "Toxic Talk" will be here www.billpressshow.com

  • 3 millions jobs in India – not the US!!

    You need to know this about President Obama’s trip to Southeast Asia. He says it's an effort to open up markets to India – the world’s largest democracy – and for the Wal-Mart executives with him, that's true. They want to sell more stuff made in China in India in their retail stores, and are frustrated that Indian law only allows one company to own two retail stores. They're using Obama's prestige to get that law blown up.

  • Daily Topics Blog - Monday Nov 8th 2010

    Quote of the Day: “The money power preys on the nation in times of peace, and conspires against it in times of adversity. It is more despotic than monarchy, more insolent than autocracy, more selfish than bureaucracy. It denounces, as public enemies, all who question its methods or throw light upon its crimes.” - Abraham Lincoln

    Hour One: Is Obama participating in the "giant sucking sound?"

  • Thom's blog - Monday November 8th, 2010

    You need to know this about President Obama’s trip to Southeast Asia. He says it's an effort to open up markets to India – the world’s largest democracy – and for the Wal-Mart executives with him, that's true. They want to sell more stuff made in China in India in their retail stores, and are frustrated that Indian law only allows one company to own two retail stores. They're using Obama's prestige to get that law blown up. Additionally, Obama is there selling the only things we still make in the US - military hardware and airplanes.

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America’s billionaires are driving this nation’s poverty epidemic. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

As we speak, working-class Americans are getting screwed over by policies that favor the wealthy elite, and leave everyone else in the dust. As a result, more and more Americans are living in poverty.