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Daily Topics - Tuesday December 7th, 2010

Quote of the Day: It is an unfortunate human failing that a full pocketbook often groans more loudly than an empty stomach. - Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Hour One: Why did Obama sell out his progressive base to make a deal with Republicans?

Hour Two: Topic:Is Big Brother is coming to a Wal Mart near you?

This is President Obama’s parting shot to House Democrats...

The tax cut debate may be nearing an end…and it looks like progressives are going to get screwed. Over the weekend – Vice President Joe Biden met with top Democrats in the House of Representatives to discuss a way forward on a tax cut compromise with the Republicans. While much of the focus has been on the Senate - and whether or not they can secure 60 votes to pass tax cuts legislation – the real test will be getting enough progr

Daily Topics - Monday December 6th, 2010

Quote of the Day: "All that serves labor serves the nation. All that harms is treason. If a man tells you he trusts America, yet fears labor, he is a fool. There is no America without labor, and to fleece the one is to rob the other." -- Abraham Lincoln

Hour One: What does the weekend's lack of Presidential leadership say about Obama's chances in 2012?

Julian Assange wrote this a few years ago...

Sat 09 Jun 2007 : The United what of America?

It has been frequently noted that many corporations exceed nation states in GDP. It has been less frequently noted that some also exceed them in population (employees).

Daily Topics - Friday December 3rd, 2010

Quote of the Day: Democracy is not something you believe in or a place to hang your hat, but it's something you do. You participate. If you stop doing it, democracy crumbles. ~ Abbie Hoffman

"Anything Goes on Townhall Fridays!"

Hour One: "Brunch With Bernie" - Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) spends the hour with Thom discussing the issues and taking your calls - www.sanders.senate.gov

Something must change or President Obama will be a one-term president

You need to know this about the tax cuts debate. The House yesterday passed legislation to extend the Bush tax cuts for ALL Americans on their first $250,000 of income per year. In response – Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is planning on holding two similar votes tomorrow – extending tax cuts for everyone on their first quarter-million in income, but no tax cuts above that. However – all of this – may be for naught. New

Secret low-interest lending program by the Fed?

You need to know this. Forget about the $700 billion dollars in federal aid known as TARP that went to the banksters back in 2008. That was just the tip of the iceberg. According to new secret documents released yesterday by the Federal Reserve – between 2007 and this year – the Fed pumped more than 3 trillion dollars into the hands of banks and businesses to stave off financial collapse. 3 trillion dollars!

Daily Topics - Thursday December 2nd, 2010

Quote of the Day: Science is the great antidote to the poison of enthusiasm and superstition. ~Adam Smith, The Wealth of Nations, 1776

Hour One: NOTHING FOR THE LITTLE GUY!! Blank Checks For Banks, But 2 Million Unemployed Get Cut Off?!

China eats our lunch..and everyone elses too!

Looks like America could be screwed in the 21st century. Energy Secretary Steven Chu warned today that China is throttling the US when it comes to new energy innovation. As far as world markets go – the Chinese are responsible for manufacturing more than 20% of high tech exports – the US – less than 15%. Of the 50 new nuclear reactors being built around the world – China has built 30 – the US – 2. And when it comes to clean

Daily Topics - Wednesday December 1st, 2010

Quote of the Day: Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does. ~ William James

Today is "World AIDS Day"

Hour One: Is Obama really the last Nixonian Republicans?

Hour Two: Should religious groups be able to censor government funding of the arts? Thom has a rumble with Dan Gainor of the Business and Media Institute - www.businessandmedia.org

Daily Topics - Tuesday November 30th, 2010

Quote of the Day: "The world wants disarmament, the world needs disarmament. We have it in our power to help fashion future history." -- Arthur Henderson (1863-1935) British Union Leader, Politician, Disarmament Advocate, 1934 Nobel Peace Prize Winner

Hour One: START treaty...when will Republicans do the right thing? Former Senator Gary Hart (D-CO), Chairman of the Board of the American Security Project will be here along with Dr. David Kay, former IAEA/UNSCOM Chief Nuclear Weapons Inspector - www.americansecurityproject.org/

FBI agents claim they prevented a potential terrorist attack in Oregon. Right? Well, Not Really.

FBI agents claim they prevented a potential terrorist attack in downtown Portland on Friday. A Somali-born teenager – Mohamad Osman Mohamud – parked a van packed with explosives near a large crowd gathering to watch a Christmas-tree lighting ceremony. When he then tried to detonate the explosives with a cell phone – FBI agents swooped in and arrested him. Job well done, right?

Daily Topics - Monday November 29th, 2010

Quote of the Day: "We need a new environmental consciousness on a global basis. To do this, we need to educate people." -- Mikhail Gorbachev

American businesses posted the largest profits ever – and moved our jobs to China!

Between July and September this year – American businesses posted the largest profits ever – nearly 1.7 trillion dollars! Never have US companies been so profitable in the history of this country. In fact – this this is part of a steady trend that started when worker salaries began to flatten out with Reaganomics. Most recently, corporations have seen their profits steadily increase every quarter since 2009 – and then they went t

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Without immediate global action on climate change, today's teenagers will be forced to live with the consequences of our inaction. The World Bank has issued their third report of climate change, and it says that global temperatures could rise by as much as 4 degrees Celsius by the time today's teens hit their 80th birthday.

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